I took this picture in La Jolla this weekend -- it is of a house with a very narrow driveway that has a turntable to help the car get in and out of the garage facing the right way.
I thought it was amazing, but my wife immediately began saying things like "well, I think you could easily get the car in and out without it by... blah blah." I told her you don't have a turntable because it is necessary, you have it because it is awesome. Didn't she watch the Batman series growing up? It's a freaking turntable for your car! What further justification is needed?
Local swimmers have gotten a court order forcing the City of San Diego to chase away the seals from the Scripps children's pool in La Jolla. But it is not my intention to blog on that specifically, but on this bit:
The city said it would blast recordings of barking dogs to scare away the pesky pinnipeds at the cost of $688,000 a year. San Diego cannot use force because the seals are a federally protected marine species.
Please, oh please can I get paid $688,000 a year to play loud recordings on the beach? I have not even cracked a spreadsheet on this, but I am betting I can turn a profit on that.