Oh, and we’re out of that blue stuff in the gallon jug, too:
… [W]e asked the following questions: “When I drive through Pennsylvania in June my windshield gets quite dirty with all these bugs. Yet do I know what they are? How many beetles versus butterflies? Is there a difference between day and night? Is there a difference between Pennsylvania and Connecticut?” So we scraped the windshield, isolated genomic DNA, and subjected it to 454 FLX sequencing. We then uploaded the data into Galaxy and attempted answering these questions. In the end Pennsylvania turned out to be different from Connecticut.
Which displays a level of intellectual curiosity presumably superior to mine: when I made similar trips through the northeastern US, I was asking only “Where did all these effing bugs come from?”