Ok, one mystery has been solved, and now life can go on. One time when I was walking into Epcot, I looked up at the geodesic sphere of spaceship earth (anyone who feels the need to point out that it's "actually" a geosphere is in dire need of something... something I simply can't provide) and wondered how big the golf club would have to be. That was a month or two ago. Just fifteen minutes ago, I managed to remember the question while I was near my computer, and thereby the infinite wisdom of Google. As it turns out, The golf club would have to be 4197 feet, 6 1/2 inches tall, or a bit over three-quarters of a mile. The person swinging this club would be 7321 feet, 5 inches tall, or just shy of a mile and a half. So I was inordinately pleased with myself at having solved such a profound mystery, but not for long. Within minutes, a new mystery, albeit of a different sort, had taken it's place, thanks to the fine and perhaps a bit left of center folks at the Learning Channel. Before tonight, I was a big fan of the Learning Channel. But just a few minutes ago, I was surprised, and pleasantly so, to find that they have exceeded themselves yet again. I was channel surfing around on my little tivo thingie for a few minutes between shamelessly stealing from the struggling and hard beset movie industry via my partner in crime, E-mule, and snatching the rear brake rotors out of my car. On my way past the learning channel, I caught the tail end of an ad for a new show they're putting on. At some point in the future, I'm sure I'll find out what this new show is actually about, but I hope it doesn't happen too soon, because I'm having a great time letting my imagination frolic and play with the possibilities inherent with a show called, "Honey, We're Killing the Kids". ... You know, there really isn't anywhere a post can go from there... hrmm.