Nothing important happened today. That’s pretty close to a verbatim quote written in the diary of King George III on July 4, 1776. The difference here though is that in my case, declaring that nothing noteworthy happened is pretty accurate. Not that I’m a big fan of KG3, but I think we can excuse him for his little gaffe. After all, it took two months for news of any sort to cross the Atlantic back then. Nowadays, we can cross it at the push of a button.

Since there’s nothing to see here today, I can direct you elsewhere for amusement, assuming you are amused by Christmas tree rocketry.