Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Stump Spellcheck early and often

You know you're doing something right when you can stump spellcheck twice in one post.

A geology post on the malfic peripheries of the Mammoth Caldera was particularly dry reading, but because there was an interactive map, I explored the caldera, and then got lost in the dendritic patterns of rivers (spellcheck does not like dendritic, let alone, malfic).

Which led me to a random comment on a friend's Facebook page, which led to my Facebook post, which led to a blogeen on watersheds—none of which would've happened if I had not read that rather dry post on Mammoth....

The only reason whey I was even interested in the Mammoth article was because I was awakened by a series of earthquakes that originated in Hawthorne, NV, near Mono Lake. Which is a munitions dump on the periphery of the Mammoth malfic periphery.

You see where this is going.....

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