Worship the ground you walk on

The Senate has spoken. We are honoring soil. Seriously. Soil.

Thank goodness none of Indiana’s senators attached their name to the writing of this bill:

“On Monday, the Senate passed a resolution honoring soil. That’s right. Soil. I mean, isn’t soil happy to let its accomplishments speak for themselves? Sustaining life, surviving for millions of years, etc. Does it really need a nonbinding resolution to make it feel important? Seems if we were going to do something for soil we ought to at least give it a Congressional Gold Medal or something. The first sentence says it recognizes soil as an essential natural resource. I have always wondered whether soil is an essential natural resource, and now I know. The Senate has spoken.”

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You’ll probably see him around Indianapolis on a bicycle.

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