Now that the gyms are all shut down, walking is a big part of trying to burn some calories off. Some days are just too cold and wet to bike. But that is not what this is about. That is a segway to the issue at hand. Porch lights are a thing. Normally, most houses come OEM with a single porch light. A trend lately I've noticed is dual garage front lights. A few weeks ago, one house in particular stood out. Mind you, this is at zero dark thirty in the morning. There was a red and a green porch light on the sides of the garage. How clever. But... something seemed off. I'm facing the house, and the green light is on my right side. Wait a minute. There is some Red Port wine Left. It seems to imply that I am looking at the rear of the house. I mean, the house isn't moving, so, it's fairly irrelevant which end of the house I'm looking at, save for that if I was actually looking at the rear of the house, that would mean I'm in the back yard, and I am probably imminently going to face a large, hungry Rottweiler. Again, the house isn't moving. It's... anchored. To the ground. So, properly, the anchor light should be on. Not the nav lights. Fast forward a few weeks. Apparently someone called dyslexic old wannabe seahag on the lights, because they were switched, and now properly conveyed which end of the house I was facing. But here is the thing - within the last, oh, say two or three days, I've noticed at least two, no, three houses with nav lights on the garage. And they were ALL on the wrong side. I mean, I get it, the general public at large is probably fairly ignorant on the purpose for and arrangement of navigation lights, but you would think if they were going to do enough Internet research that they are red and green, that they would bother to note which side is which. Or maybe they saw on the Disney channel that the pirate ship had a red and a green light (Arrrggh, matey) and thought it was cool, not realizing that the placement actually had a significance. Or, I dunno, are they making some sort of obscure statement?