bis·cuit [bis-kit] –noun 1. a kind of bread in small, soft cakes, raised with baking powder or soda, or sometimes with yeast.
If a tree were to fall in Phoenix or Tucson, it would make a sound but no one would slow down enough in their busy lives to pay attention to it. In Flagstaff however, all of the environmental science majors start crying into their kombucha. So hell yeah it would make a sound, and everyone would hear it except for the stoner hippies that are too busy curing their munchies with copious amounts of Cheetos, and the people who live too close to the train tracks to hear anything but the train’s whistle. Real talk.