Wednesday, June 20, 2012

It’s officially summer either today or tomorrow, depending on where exactly you live, and that means celebrations! Forbes runs down some goings-on around the world. The biggest, of course, is Stonehenge, but fortunately there are alternatives.

Other summer activities this weekend include the Grand Canyon Star Party in the USA and Chester’s Midsummer Watch Parade in the UK. (Also in the UK this weekend: Swamp Soccer Championships. It’s... muddy.)

However, why are we wasting time talking about celebrations when there is big news – the Millennium Falcon has been found at the bottom of the Baltic Sea! (Other, slightly more rational folks say it’s just an unusual rock formation. Meh.)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Those who claim the UFO to be an unusual rock formation lack imagination. : )