March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
it still doesn’t travel faster than bad news!
afternoons are much, much longer in the summertime if you’re living in northernmost Scandinavia, Russia, the Canadian Northwest Territories, and even Alaska
I hear you, Sally. I hear you.
And the nights go so much faster than days.
No matter how fast light travels it finds the darkness has always got there first, and is waiting for it.
― Terry Pratchett
Because light has energy and will warm up any object that absorbs it, and heat causes dilation.
Actually 186,282 miles, 698 yards, 2 feet, and 5 21/127 inches per second.
And the sad part is – you can’t make light of your situation, Sally.
Early evenings still have daylight in Summer months.
It really depends on what season it is and where you live.
The Count agrees. The Count simply cannot wait for Fall and Winter… football, cooler/colder weather, hot chocolate and reading in front of the fireplace. Can’t stand this heat and long hours of daylight.
Cuz you’re in school.
Afternoons in school really did get long, Sally ;)
Because Dark travels much slower…
Because boredom travels at 1.86000 feet per day.
Or to explain it in Peanuts grown up language. "Wha wah. Wha wah wah wah wah. "
only in a vacuum
This piece may be the best tie ever of our understanding reality to metaphysics. It’s Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel.
Because clocks are in a different dimension and travel much slower (but only at school and work)
Because you’re not a photon?
The days grow short when you reach September Sally. You’ll see.
Because you are days away from summer vacation.
Sally must be writing copy for ‘Twizzlers’ ads.