WifeGeeding and I sometimes have a hard time verbally understanding what BoyGeeding is saying, but SisterGeeding will translate for him and get it right 100% of the time.
My father-in-law is planning a trip to Cuba. I’d like to see what I can do to be included. If I end up going, that means the only times I’ve left the country were to visit communist nations.
‘The Big Bang Theory’ referenced Bazinga.biz and Bazinga.com last night (one of the main characters uses “bazinga” as a catchphrase). For the heck of it, I decided to visit those sites figuring that CBS created something for the fan, but no.
In my current hometown of Lewisville a toddler died after a door fell on her. It sounds like the door was removed so a refrigerator could fit through. I’m not certain and I’ve been trying to do my research, but I think the father of the girl is a classmate of mine from college.
Tickets go on sale today to ride that 2,000-foot Slip-n-Slide at PantherFest in Fort Worth on June 6. “All sliders need to be 5 yrs and older or 46″ tall – For safety reasons lap riding is not allowed.”
I can’t find hardly any details, but Central Market is having a bacon festival in March.
The tool used to remove rings from fingers that are too swollen.
The cadaver book I’m reading referenced how the Army used them to test a myth that sandals cause less damage stepping on a land mine than a boot. The thought being that fragments of the boot help cause more damage. It turns out there was some validity to the thought and boots were designed differently to help minimize damage. So instead of losing the entire leg, it may just be a foot or below the knee.
GIF – I think I’m more impressed with the dog flipping than the human.
Here’s the final ‘Mad Men’ teaser trailer. Roger’s hair is something else.