…Or perhaps they’re more observations than stories, per se. Anyway here they are:
One, I’m again in the surprisingly sleek and modern Detroit Airport as I am returning to Asheville, NC. I walked passed the airport McDonalds and was flabbergast to see how busy it was. The front row of emplyees – that is, not including those hard workers hidden behind the industrial strength microwaves – totalled 13. More impressive were the 38 people in line waiting to order. Thirty eight! Wowoweewow.
Two, I’m at my gate where there’s a nice enormous flat screen TV to keep the waiting hoards entertained. CNN just reported a story about a 5.4 magnitude earthquake that hit California two days ago. I’m no geologist nor seismologist, but 5.4 sounds destructive. So what is the headline CNN reports? I quote, “EARTHQUAKE CAUSES POOL WATER TO SLOSH”.
Now that’s newsworthy! Apparently some nose-to-the-grindstone investigative reporter had his or her camera conveniently by the swimming pool to report this earthshattering story. Thankfully there was footage to prove this wasn’t some sort of hoax. You heard it here people, the water sloshed!
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