Yesterday was the last day of the school year for the kids and the first night of summer vacation was spent allowing them to stay up late and watch The Wizard of Oz on TMC. I started it with a trip to the doctor for a sinus infection.
Fiery lava from Hawaii’s ongoing volcanic eruption has completely evaporated the water from Green Lake, the Big Island’s largest freshwater lake, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). The assassination by evaporation began this past Saturday morning (June 2), when lava from Fissure 8 flowed into the lake and boiled the water away. The lake didn’t go peacefully, either. Rather, the boiling water turned into a thick white plume that reached high into the sky, the USGS reported.
The opinion piece points out the lack of church bells in churches nowadays, something so obviously true with all the modern church building but something I never thought about. My old church in Mineral Wells had a bell but I only recall it being rung once.
Some folks tried to carjack a Nissan Leaf but they couldn’t figure out how to operate the car and as well as some other stuff.
That’s because in the Arabic alphabet, no letter exists with a hard “p” sound, making it tough for Arabic speakers to pronounce the letter P. Arabs have worked around this issue with the closest alternative — the Arabic equivalent of the letter “B” (ب). Across the Middle East, Pepsi is known as “Bebsi.” Pizza is “bizza.”