Yes, We Will Have No Bananas, says the New York Times. I don't know what makes me sadder, the fact that we're supposedly going to lose our bananas or the fact that we already lost a better banana.
Part of me finds it hard to believe that after millenia of trade caravans crossing land and sea for exotic products, we're going to revert back to eating what grows nearby. It's hard to see that trend reversing in any significant way. I'd like to hope we'll be shipping bananas to Mars someday, rather than our colonists eating what they can grow from the local water sources.
Will we call it a "colony," though? That sounds so, imperialist.
A friend of mine has a talent for integrating his features into the faces of other people. How does Drew do it?
This picture might not mean anything to you if you don't know Drew, but it's downright creepy for me.