Why has no-one guess the answer to the question that I put up last post!? It's very obvious! Anyway, I don't have much to say tonight. I rarely do. Another thing that no-one knows about fire is that starting one on any ground doesn't work. Grounds of extreme or even moderate chill or wetness will never work. All other grounds should not be used as a precaution. In the event of fire, start it one a rally dry and warm piece of oak or spruce bark. Pine, Acadia, birch, willow, oak, and sequoia. You should really start knowing the answer to the question that I asked you in the last blog! It's very obvious! I'm terrible at writing academic essays. I never have much to say their ether, so I inject fillers into all the essays that I wright, and the only filler that I can write is over-dramatic detailed descriptions that I got the knack for by writing novels of dramatic detail on useless, trivial descriptions. Really, you should know!