Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Oh, one more thing...

Boingboing.net has picked up on the San Diego mysterious boom issue. Validation! I'm telling you, mysterious booms, huge chunks of sky-ice, the guy in the fedora across the cafe carrying three turned-on flashlights and talking to himself... Are you ready for the end times? Look to the East! Get Jesus-ed up! Or, you know, don't.
By the Way, our friend Amy has moved from near campus to just up Telegraph from us! She and Josh are moved from a two-bedroom apartment to one room in a house of six. Sounds familiar. Or, vis my typo, familial. At any rate, their new digs are right by Oakland's Bushrod Park, site of the famed ice fall of a few weeks ago! We tromped around the park looking for the crater last Saturday, to no avail. It's a pretty big park, mostly a huge overgrown field. We found a few small depressions that could have been craters, but more likely were just small depressions.

1 comment:

Joe said...

Update on the boom thing- here's a link to the front page of the San Diego Tribune article this morning.

http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/metro/20060427-9999-1n27boom.html

I liked Andy's exploding asteroid theory, but apparently it's just more unexplained military brouhaha.

I remember one time as a kid with Andy and Dave at an airshow watching the Thunderbirds, and as the six F-16's roared by Dave turns to us with a wry smile and says "Tax dollars at work, boys..."