I cleaned the house. Nothing interesting. My mistress can't find the earrings. I'm thinking of putting it in the cat tray.
I had a conversation with a parrot. He told a story about how in Ohio a seven-year-old set fire to a playground. The police said the boy said he started the fire by igniting rubber pellets at the playground. He then tried unsuccessfully to stomp out the fire as it spread, but the fire spread quickly and consumed the entire playground. There were no injuries, but $25,000 in damages were reported. And now everyone's talking about the way to punish the arsonist. But nobody discusses the real problem: Why do they construct playgrounds in the area with materials that are easy to burn? Were there any tests? Who is responsible for choosing those materials?