Small World After All
That season does not know season is certain. NASA is finding many examples to say our global calendars and clocks are out of sync with what we’ve been used to .
We notice small changes on Goose Creek–very small–in all the new anthills we’ve never seen before in anything like this number and this early.
And with regard to ants, we are not alone. Consider the plight of Houston, for instance, with teeming masses of an ant named after an intrepid exterminator–the Rasberry Ant, which “for obscure reasons, chew up the wiring inside things like pool pumps, computers, gas meters and fire alarms when they get inside them. Even the Johnson Space Center and Hobby Airport are on the lookout after signs of a Rasberry ant advance.”
They’re coming to take us away, haha, ho ho, hee hee…