Here's something strange about this blog that I never noticed before. If you click on the thing on the sidebar that says RSS Feed, it takes you to a page that is basically your blog, but it looks different. You can also get to this page by clicking a box that says RSS; it is on top of the window, in the box that has the url, and all the way to the right (i'm not sure, but the second way to get to it might only work on Macs). I'm not really sure what that's for, or why it's there, but... it's just something strange that I noticed.
Here's something strange that I noticed about myself (this one is a little hard to explain). When I'm having a snack, I sub-consciously count how many pieces it takes. Say I'm having a granola bar. That only takes 1 piece: the granola bar. Now say I'm having a bowl of cereal. That would be 4 pieces: the box of cereal, the bowl, the spoon, and the milk. I have no idea why I do this. Actually, I don't even do it on purpose. I just kind of do.
Here's something strange I noticed about the world. It's the only planet in our solar system that sustains life. Actually, I'm not sure about that, but we'll soon see because NASA just landed the "Curiosity" rover on Mars to take pictures and drive around for 2 years. Anyways, Earth is the only planet in our solar system that has humans, or, like, any intelligent civilization or whatever. But there has to be another planet somewhere out there that has humans or something like humans, because space goes forever. There's no end to it. It's not like you're going to fly to the end of space and find a big brick wall. Or maybe you would, but I highly doubt it. Anyway, my point is that there has to be another planet out there somewhere that has humans or something like humans, and it doesn't necessarily have to be in our solar system or our solar system's next-door neighbor. We might never get in contact with them or see them or even know for sure if they're there, but there has to be another planet with a bunch of people just like us, trying to figure out if there's anyone out there. There might be only one other planet like ours, or two or three or four or 500 or a bajillion. Or I might be wrong. Earth might be the only planet in the entirety of space that can sustain this kind of life. If that's true, then we have no idea exactly how lucky we are to have the only planet good enough. In everywhere, in every way for all eternity. Or something like that.