Washington and Northern Virginia oak trees don't seem to be producing acorns this year. No acorns at all. It's a bonafide mystery. Reports from around the country indicate this is more than a local problem. Soon the squirrels will invade the peanut stalls, taking hostages, issuing demands for more nuts. Next thing you know, chaos. Didn't Edgar Cayce predict something like this would happen?
Well, all I know is the oak tree in my front yard has plenty of acorns, and if the squirrel nut zippers in Washington want them, they'll have to pry them from my cold dead paws!