My iPhone just lit up with a text message from ESPN that reads as follows:
MLB - ARI at CHC has been delayed. THE START OF THE GAME IS BEING DELAYED DUE TO SNOW.
Tim serves Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana. He and Mary Lee have five children and fifteen grandchildren.
A quick search on google shows that the most recent game between ARI at CHC that was postponed due to snow/sleet occured on Apr 04 2011.
This must mean that the speed of light has slowed down remarkably.
Maybe those physics guys in Switzerland & Italy who thought that objects could go faster than the speed of light really misunderstood what was the problem: it's that light can go slower than 186,000 miles/sec!
That's the problem with relying on ESPN; they don't know their snow from their rain. They probably just sent the notification out too quickly. One could almost say that they made a <em>precipitous</em> decision to send it out.
Kevin, Kevin, Kevin. I'm having a hard time reining in my comments. My thinking tends to be clouded when I discuss this sort of thing.
Hey, with our Cubbies, ANYTHING is possible. Has it cooled down at all there? When we flew out of Chicago last Friday it was 109. Now we're in St. Andrews, Scotland and it's in the 50s and rainy.
Kevin & Jeff - thanks for filling in for Dave while we're gone.
Temperature? We're just glad it's dry!!
Send the rain over to the midwestern U.S. (and Colorado with its wildfires). Most of us, especially farmers, are really hurting for rain.
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