12 February 2006

Rare Michigan species found!

This news just in! Wolverines and Spartans alike have observed the Michigan Blue Sky in February! Typically seen only in the summer and fall, the MBS has graced naturalists with a dazzling display of azure and teal hues. Accompanying the MBS in a beautiful confluence is the misanthropic Distant Yellow Orb (or, in technical terms, sunshine). This amazing, and seasonally variable, display of both MSB and D-Yo is cause for a long and pleasant run through beautiful snow-covered parks.

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