The passenger is a couple of dinner rolls short of a banquet.
These people live on our planet.
The happiest people seem to be those who are producing something; the bored people are those who are consuming much and producing nothing. William Inge
Photographers unknown / seen on uberhumor
When President Obama stopped in at the Big Apple Pizza in Ft. Pierce, Florida, he was greeted with a hug and lifted up in the air by the owner, Scott Van Duzer. Because of what Duzer did, he is getting a lot of flack from the Republican crazies, who need to get a life, andContinue reading “President Obama Is Lifted In The Air By Scott Van Duzer, At The Big Apple Pizza Which He Owns In Ft. Pierce, Florida”
How can a society that exists on instant mashed potatoes, packaged cake mixes, frozen dinners, and instant cameras teach patience to its young? Paul Sweeney
A few weird and/or strange photos seen on the internet.
This Beatles photo, is from the scene during the filming of the movie, Help!
He stood there for 20 minutes. Photographer Unknown.
I like this stairway.
The tunnel of trees is located outside of Rivne, Ukraine. Click on photo to enlarge it.
Beautiful photo of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Click on photo to enlarge it.
I remember this waterfall, as I use to live one block away. The name of the river is Pow Wow, in Amesbury, MA. Photo credit: Ratbar Steward Waterfalls 2012 – Worth1000 Contests.
I didn’t realize the cab has the same license plate number as in the movie Taxi. Read it at the New York Observer. ‘Are you talking to Siri?’: Martin Scorsese Slips Taxi Driver Reference Into iPhone Spot (Video) | Observer.
What better friend could a man have.
Click on photo to enlarge it.
Found it on uberhumor
Derek Trucks makes some interesting points on music, and President Obama.
Normally I don’t write anything about myself, but what happened to me today (2-8-12) is kind of weird. This morning I took a walk to the local store to buy some scratch tickets and play the Mass Lottery Daily Numbers Game. Before I left the house, I decided to play 542, first 3 any orderContinue reading “Deja Vu”
The fewer rules a coach has, the fewer rules there are for players to break. John Madden
In Memory of Al Davis. The Autumn Wind
Oakland Tribune is reporting, that Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis has died. He was 82 years old.
Its confirmed that Mike Flanagan, died from a self-inflicted gunshot to the face. He was one of my all-time Baltimore Orioles player to watch, and now may he rest in peace. Read it at CBS Sports Report: Flanagan died from self-inflicted gunshot – CBSSports.com.
Watch Matt Damon school a Libertarian reporter from Reason.tv, defending public school teachers. Matt’s mom is a school teacher in the Greater Boston area. Matt Damon Continues Defending Teachers, Makes Libertarians Look Silly | AlterNet.
Harvard graduate and former Cincinnati Bengals punter/receiver Pat McInally, is now coaching high school football in Southern California, and is doing it without pay. McInally scored a 50 on the Wonderlic intelligence test, prior to the 1975 NFL draft, and no other football player has done it. Whether your a football fan or not, itContinue reading “Pat McInally: Pat McInally’s life off field has eclipsed on-field achievements – latimes.com”
The photo of the meteor, was taken in Cambridge’s Harvard Square. Others saw it in Amesbury. Its not to often that a person is lucky enough to get a pic of a meteor. Read the story in Boston.com Photographer gets a rare shot in Harvard Square.
I’m 5’6″, so the total snow fall so far at 70.5″ this winter, is well over the top of my head. Click to look at the chart. Shaq-o-meter: Does season’s snowfall measure up to Shaq? – Boston.com.
What happened in Tucson, AZ this past Saturday, was just horrible and uncalled for. Whether part of the blame can be put on Sarah Palin with the posting of the 20 people she had targeted last year, with gun sights pointed at them, is unconscionable. I will not be judge and jury, as for PalinContinue reading “My Thoughts on What Happened in Tucson”
What happened today in Tucson, AZ in one word: senseless. In a perfect world, this would not have happened. But, in reality, we don’t live in a perfect world, so we have so put with the bad with the good. I personally don’t know Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, but I am sure she is a goodContinue reading “A Senseless Tragedy”
US Representative Gabrielle Giffords an Arizona Democrat, was shot point-blank in the head, at a constituent meeting, outside a Safeway store, in the northwest part of Tucson. At least 11 other people are injured, and some presumed dead. Reports say that the gunman walked up to Giffords, stood about four feet away, shot her, andContinue reading “Sad Day in Tucson AZ”
Today, December 21, begins the first official day of winter. It is also the shortest day of the year, day light wise. As the days start getting longer again, we will have one extra second of day light beginning Wednesday, and as the days go by, gradually the sun will be rising earlier, and settingContinue reading “Winter Solstice”
When you wake up in the morning, and you can smell the coffee brewing, then you know you’ll have a wonderful day. If you can’t smell it, then you know you are in for one hell of a crappy day. And, for all you coffee lovers, make the coffee strong, black and no sugar. ItContinue reading “Just Thinking”
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