I heard the real reason for the boat being stuck, which of course is being suppressed by main-stream media, is that a submoron tourist near the pyramids opened a can of "Windy Wyoming Wind." There's a lot of nougatty wind in those little cans.
That sounds sandily plausible, in a camel kind of way.
Probably totally irrelevant question, knowing how stupid some companies are, but why would French Nougat be shipped through the Suez Canal on the way to America? Bad map or something wrong with their compass?
It was traditionally made in France, yes, but these days, all the manufacturing has been outsourced...
Bubo, please do not make the classic mistake of confusing ordinary French Nougat with Montelimar. In the wrong culinary capital, this could be considered a serious offense, almost as bad as making the decision to set out on a Long Night without a backup map reading ficklampa. You would not do that to your team mates and you would not serve them French Nougar when the occasion clearly demands Montelimar.
Long Night without a proper light is usually no problem for me. It has been daylight when I finish anyway.