It's April 21st

...and everybody knows today is Earth Day, Merry Christmas, Happy Birthday...

The slow motion tragedy of the Cassville Cave Boy continues. The media, with its typical short attention span (and likely confused by the rescue of the imposter Cave Boy) has already moved on to more important stories:
Hardee's is piling on the beef in its latest offering, the Philly Cheesesteak Thickburger. It's basically a giant burger combined with a Philly Cheesesteak sandwich.

The meat-on-meat monster has a-third of a pound of ground Angus beef, Swiss and American cheeses, green peppers and onions, and thinly sliced steak meat. It's not for the diet-conscious. Hardee's says the Philly Cheesesteak Thickburger packs more than 900 calories and 63 grams of fat.
Meanwhile in a pinching cave, Cave Boy endures the the freezing hours away. Though to be fair, that is one humongo sammich.

In the unlikely event Cave Boy isn't dead two weeks and two days from now, can someone remind me to use some of the money I earn wagering on the 132nd Running of the Kentucky Derby to buy him one of those enormous revolting sandwhiches, and then lower it down him on a string?

In yet more tragic cave news (if I've learned anything from Cave Boy's accident it's that tragic cave news is all around, once you open your eyes to it), a body was found in a suitcase in a cave near Nourlangie Rock in Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory in Australia in the Southern Hemisphere:

Police are preparing a file for the coroner on the case...A file is being prepared for the coroner.”

Am I alone in wondering if this murder is somehow connected to the cave death of Swami?


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