I recall seeing an educational TV series when I was a teenager, it was done like a TV news program airing on some historical date, the middle ages, the reformation, etc. There were sports, business and opinion segments, and even "commercials", all appropriate to the time period for that episode. The show would always end with the anchor saying something like "And that's the way it was, October 12, 1492."
Anyone else remember this show? And what the name was?
It's been pretty chilly out the past week or so, but today it jumped into the 70s and the bugs suddenly came out with a vengeance. So far I've killed at least
87 132 flies inside the house. Eighty-Seven!!! One Hundred Thirty Two!!!!! WTF? There's also a few dozen ladybugs inside as well.
The bugs hang around outside the doors and as soon as someone opens one, they come pouring in like a dam burst. The sticky fly strips on the porch are totally covered; I guess I need to put up some more.
Fortunately temps are supposed to drop to near freezing tonight, so hopefully that, plus my skillful use of the flyswatter, will take care of the problem.
At least it's not grasshoppers. My roommate who's lived here for quite a few years tells me one year the grasshoppers were so bad, they started eating the metal window screens! I think I'll take 87 flies over millions of metal-chomping locusts, thank you.