1. Never lend a geologist money. They consider
a million years ago to be recent.

2. "Everybody is talking about the weather
but nobody does anything about it."
(Mark Twain)

1 opinionated prattle:

Stan said...

You made a very good point, approaching the Golden Age of 65, on a scale of a short term of a million years ~ I am not even a speck, I am so minute you cannot even see me, let alone hear my words of wisdom. To achieve that "recent event", I would need to reach the milestone of 65 just 15,385 times. Will you loan me a buck? Don't have enough digits on my calculator to derive how many hours that would be, plus that pesky "leap year" would give inaccurate data and we know science only works on valid and proven scientific data.

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