Latitude and attitude

Shakespeare in chalk

Yeah, I was in a mood, so the text is “upside down.” I especially love the white-lined blue-dot period. This was not taken during a night or during midsummer. Hah!

I’m in climate change shock. In this case the climate change is because we drove about 1K miles south over the weekend. We’re in a wave of humidity and the high temp today was about 4°F above average. The two combined—humidity and temperature—constitute an atmosphere thick enough to be carved, I swear!


  1. jcb says:

    ¡pooɯ ɟo ʇɹos əɯos uı əq ʇsnɯ noʎ ‘pəəpuı

  2. kayak woman says:

    Hotlanta is a whole lot different than The Planet Ann Arbor but I know well that climate change feeling. Also, I was laughing so hard at jcb’s archaeobus tweets I couldn’t even talk. I hope that was not inappropriate. I think the bus us cool 🙂

  3. kayak woman says:

    The bus “is” cool, not “us”

  4. Ol' WD says:

    Hot and humid is tough. But hot and dry like two years ago means corn won’t grow. I want my corn to grow even if I have to sweat! I’ll bet the racoons agree with me.
    How did that jcb guy write upside down and backwards? Turn the key board around? Use a mirror? Or just do the GURU thing?

  5. Sammy says:

    The Guru never gives away his secrets. All I can tell you is that the “behind the scenes” version of the text you see has LOTS of numerals and non-letter characters. Probably the clue is: unicode.

  6. Sherry says:

    The north country misses you!