Sunday, February 15, 2009

Debris Falling in Texas, Possibly From Satellites

FAA officials believe debris could be related to satellite collision. Click on "earth" to read the details.

**Actually, all that stuff is a whole lot of my Verizon network....oh wait!! I don't have Verizon.

Grandma J can't tell you how relieved she is because for a moment I thought all that debris was from my AquaFina bottles that my neighbor is supposed to be digging out of the trash.


Jason, as himself said...

Wait. Does that mean you recycle, or not? Or you just let your neighbor do your recycling for you?

AirmanMom said...

grandma...this is my first visit to your blog and I will return to read you again soon. As far as all that junk floating...I was taught, what goes up must come down. Scary!


Busy Bee Suz said...

Wow. I hope that was not the verizon or the altell satellites. :)
Oh, and you better be recycling Missy. Wait, you don't need to drink bottled water in the first place. DO you?
Omg. I am going to have to make an emergency trip to TX to perform a recycling intervention.
Stay tuned....

Jason, as himself said...

Hey. Why does your blog tell me "I win!" whenever I open it up and when I leave it? What do I win?

Grandma J said...

Jason and Suz...of course I recycle....our trash bin has sections for that...then neighbors steal stuff from the bins and go get cash for the plastic and bottles.

I hate drinking water, always have. Now I drink 6 bottles of AquaFina a's bearable, almost pleasant. People have actually put "other" water in AquaFina bottles...not nice to even attempt to fool me!
I love AquaFina it's cheaper than gin and better for me.

But Suz, don't let that stop you from coming to Texas! With all the debris falling around here (yeah, it's all over our local news) you can have a field day...and then after you clean up Texas we can go get some BBQ. :))

Jason, the "I win" is the game below my post. It's a bit annoying but there is a world-wide competition going on and I don't have the heart to take it off yet.

Anonymous said...

I have a garage full of recyclable bottles. One day I'll find out where to take them. I won't put it in the trash, and I wish I had a neighbor who wants the stuff.