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The Daily(ish) Review: Monster Red Waves

Seattle is enjoying a break from the heat, which means I get to have a delicious cup of Nescafé Clasico without it being a foolish act of cruelty to self.

I've always been intrigued by the Bermuda Triangle. Rationally, I believe the scientists and oceanographic institutes that claim there's nothing mysterious about the area. Still, I'm a sucker for the stories about the mysterious disappearance of Ship X or Squadron Y. And really it's not limited to just the Bermuda Triangle. There's something particularly haunting about sinkings and mysterious disappearances. Put "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" on by Gordon Lightfoot and tell me you don't get goosebumps.

So when I saw a Huffington Post article on Yahoo claiming that scientists have solved the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle I had to read it. Turns out monster red waves are the culprit.

 "...because they were sunk by rouge monster waves..."

"...because they were sunk by rouge monster waves..."

Just a bit of fun. It's a very easy typo to make. All typos are. But anyone who has ever played D&D gets a kick out of the rogue vs. rouge typo. Also, it was correct in the actual article.