Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Hey, thanks!

Thoughtful humans, using helpful global climate change or underwater volcanoes, have released useful water from a sixty foot deep, Connecticut-sized chunk of the Wilkins ice shelf in Antarctica, where that water has been held in "cold storage" for millenia.
Follow JUST ONE SIMPLE RULE and lose acres and gallons off your ice shelf! OBEY!


karie said...

All I can say is:


steve said...

As real estate agents tell us, it's all about location, location, location. One man's ice shelf is another man's beach resort. Can you say "development opportunity," everyone?