As if our Post Traumatic Snow Disorder wasn’t enough, the doctors wanted to see what would happen if they added a little cabin fever to the mix.
Why not totally cut off the subjects from the rest of the world by denying them sunlight, a view, and any idea of what was going on outside of the test area?
Let’s see what happens to the rats when the maze has no windows!
What in the world am I rambling on about now? This was what I discovered when I arrived at work this morning…
Every window in the office was completely blocked by snow.
Must be a state regulation of something…
Someone walked by my desk and said that she hoped the windows were strong. Could you even imagine the chaos that would have ensued if the windows had shattered under the weight of the snow?
Look at how high those snow mountains are! Those are not Matchbox cars parked out there, Modern Philosophers!
Think of all the fun we could’ve had. It would’ve helped us all to better deal with out Post Traumatic Snow Disorder if we had turned the snow into something fun rather than something annoying, difficult to drive in, and painful to clear from the driveway.
At least the snow mountains will still be there tomorrow if she has a change of heart about the sled races.
I did hear a rumor that Sherpas were only charging $20 to lead an ascent of the snow mountains. That sounds like a really great deal…