Since a great deal of what we see in the media is about the Coronavirus, that means something else is going on, we’re just not getting to see what it is.
So, that being the case, I’m on the hunt…
Of course, the now non-royals are still in the news, because if they suddenly lost relevance, then they wouldn’t be able to exploit the name, and this week’s epic headline – a move from Hollywood to New York.
How long it takes sensible people to get bored with them, say two days, will mean they will no doubt be moving on by the end of the week. Wouldn’t it be a surprise if they go back to London?
But meanwhile, in outer space where the sun is losing its lustre and making us normally hot people cold, there’d another phenomenon going on, what is being called a ‘cosmic ring of fire’ which happens when two galaxies collide.
Now that has to be better than reading about Brazil’s problems.
And speaking of life imitating art…
Sneaking under the radar is the successful test of a laser weapon, you know, the sort of thing we see in movies like star wars. Albeit, it’s on a conventional ship and it’s shooting down a drone, but how soon before we have space ships, and we’re heading to outer space? No, not any time soon. The economy is currently circling the drain, and besides, there’s more important stuff that’s needed.
Maybe next year.
And here’s something I didn’t know, the world’s largest volcano, now extinct Pahahonu volcano sits between two small rocky peals in Hawaii. How large is large? About 171 miles long by 56 miles wide.
Of course, as interesting as that all is, I’m still looking for a place in New York, that is, when the pandemic is over and we can once again go there.
I was looking at warehouse lofts but ran out of fingers counting the zeros in the price, so I’ve had to come back to earth.
Would I like a 627 square foot pre-war condo in the financial district for about $600,000? It’s got a doorman, and I’ve always wanted to live in a place like that. It’s in the city, so no traveling, maybe.
How about a $550,000 house in the suburbs, namely a 46-year-old, 3,000 odd square feet over several floors on an acre? I’m not sure I like the hour or so’s drive, or over 2 hours by train. Ideal of course if you work from home.
And then perhaps the $645,000, 2 bedroom apartment in Hoboken. Yes, it might be appealing to live in the town Sinatra came from, or be somewhere near Buddy’s cake shop but I think I’ll keep looking.