Monday, April 2, 2012

Local beeswax found to cure hangover

      A group of researchers from Marfa have released a study that finds local beeswax to help cure the common hangover. After many years of hard research, the case study revels that the beeswax from the Marfa Flats is very different than the wax collected from surrounding areas. When the bees wax is warmed, and then mixed with seltzer water, the concoction is said to eliminate all symptoms of  a hangover. When the news of the study was leaked, local stores noticed a spike in seltzer sales. A few local pubs were also thankful.

      Many birds are returning to the Big Bend area, and can be seen flying in the sky. But Saturday an unmanned kite was grabbing the attention of many binocular wearing folks. High above the Sul Ross University campus, a large bird-like kite has been flying without explanation. No one knows who started the flight, but until officials figure it out, the kite will remain in flying. A similar event was reported in 1931 and the kite remained until 1938 when it was destroyed by a lightning storm.


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