Daily Archives: 17 October 17, 2007

Ex-Cowboy Ron Springs has ‘no hope’ of surviving

Sad story.  Several thoughts go through my head. His former teammate Everson Walls gave him a kidney.  I’m sure Everson would have done it again even if he knew what would have happened, but that’s just real unfortunate to donate a kidney and … Continue reading

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Manny Just Being Manny

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Popular Mechanics’ 10 worst disasters of the last 101 years

1906 – San Francisco Earthquake Fire 1910 – The Big Burn (of Idaho and Montana) 1918 – Spanish Flu Pandemic 1925 – Tri-State (Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana) Tornado 1938 – The New England Hurricane 1964 – The Great Alaskan Earthquake … Continue reading

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Flushable Diapers

gDiapers consist of a washable, cotton outer pant and a plastic free flushable refill.  They are made of breathable material just like sports clothing.  So, babies stay dry and happy and are far less likely to get diaper rash. Can’t … Continue reading

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Sweet Jesus

It angered Catholics before an April exhibit was canceled, but a Chocolate Jesus is being resurrected at a New York Art Gallery. The six-foot milk chocolate sculpture titled “My Sweet Lord” depicts a nude, anatomically correct Jesus Christ hanging from … Continue reading

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For Batman’s Christmas Tree

Holy bat beads Batman™! There is Batman™ garland for a Christmas tree!   Link

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Woman cited for using foul language inside her own home

A Pennsylvania woman who unleashed a string of expletives at her clogged toilet faces possible jail time and a fine for mouthing off in her home, police said. Dawn Herb, whose potty mouth caught the ear of an off-duty police … Continue reading

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“Love thy enemy” — U.S. soldier gets discharge

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A U.S. soldier who said his Christian beliefs compelled him to love his enemies, not kill them, has been granted conscientious objector status and honorably discharged, a civil liberties group said on Tuesday. Capt. Peter Brown … Continue reading

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