World's Greatest Mystery Solved
I've come up with the answer to one of life's greatest mysteries... but first, Idaho cats in the news. A story from MSNBC details a car ride taken by an Idaho pussycat; it wasn't an ordinary ride...
..."Hutchison was driving along Interstate 15 one day recently when a motorist kept trying to get her attention and pointing to the roof of her car.
"She said she was wary of the man, but wondered if perhaps her ski rack might have come loose.
She pulled over to the side, but kept her doors locked and the motor running.
"The man pulled up behind her. Hutchinson rolled down her window to hear the man frantically shouting, "Your cat! Your cat!"
"He reached for the roof of her car and handed the shocked Hutchinson her orange tabby.
She had driven about 10 miles with the cat on top of the car, and didn't even notice the feline when she stopped for gas."
I don't have any photographs of this event, but there are some photos you should check out over at bothenook's place. bo also passes on a link to the complete Calvin and Hobbes cartoon library; check it out before it goes away!
OK, I've checked Google, so I think I'm the first to post this: the answer to one of life's great mysteries. What do you put in your dryer that you don't get back? The answer, obviously, is socks. What do you get out of your dryer that you don't put in? Again, just as obviously, the answer is lint. Therefore, applying Occam's Razor, the reason behind this discrepancy is clear: Dryers contain a "sock to lint converter" that turns your socks into lint. Skeptics who might say that you always get lint, but don't always lose a sock, should consider that this machine most likely distributes it's product little by little over each load, but only takes a new sock when it's running low. Anyone who would like to argue with my irrefutable logic is invited to do so in the comments.
Staying at PD...