As a Colorado native, I’m always on the lookout for articles that
tout the advantages of Colorado living.
Boulder’s dailycamera.com reports that a bed bug problem at the University of Colorado dorms and family housing apartments merely mirrors a similar problem across the country. According to CU officials, the bed bugs were centered mostly in the family housing apartments than elsewhere, at least in part because residents of those apartments are more likely to engage in international travel.
As I sit here contemplating this information, I can’t for the life of me figure out the moral behind this news. Does it imply, as it clearly appears to, that people in foreign countries are more likely to have a bed bug problem than people in the U.S? Is it possible that bed bugs in foreign countries merely have a yearning to move to the U.S? Or do the U.S. family travelers to foreign lands live a not so hygienic lifestyle when they are in foreign countries?
As you can see, I had too much time on my hands today.
Check out more insightful blogs:
“Man’s Prosthetic Leg Set on Fire,” Colorado Business
Litigation Lawyer Blog, posted 07/13/10
“Don’t Tase Me Bro,” Colorado Business Litigation Lawyer Blog, posted 05/11/10
“Colorado’s Vicious Wiener Dog,” Colorado Business Litigation Lawyer Blog, posted 02/25/10