Global warming: tips & tricks

Here in Las Vegas, we're living on what might be seen as the wild frontier of global warming. The weather here today, for example, is perhaps not too different from what your own town will feel like in a decade or two.

So today we commence this handy series, aimed at educating you in the nuances of life in the oven.

Pictured above is the practice, common among my neighbors, of cracking open the garage door during the evening hours. This lets out the 140-degree air, and allows sufficient ventilation to dry the carcasses of any cats or small children that may have become stuck in the garage during daylight hours.

Feel free to try a test run in your own home, and check back here for more friendly "Global warming: tips & tricks."
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