July 27, 2007
Greetings from the Outer Banks
of North Carolina. Kittyhawk to be more precise. Home of the first powered
flight by Wilber & Orville Wright. I can see the monument and the Atlantic
Ocean from my room!
Pushing back the frontiers of
"I was a lifelong Democrat only because
the choices were limited. The Democrats are the party of slavery and were
the party that started every war in the 20th century, except the other Bush
debacle. The Federal Reserve, permanent federal income taxes, not one but
two World Wars, Japanese concentration camps, and not one but two atom bombs
dropped on the innocent citizens of Japan---all brought to us via the
Democrats." ---Cindy Sheehan, nailing her cohorts
Did you know that Pajama Party Sleepover
organizer and dishonest real estate dealer Senator Harry Reid D. NV has four
sons and a son-in-law - all federal lobbyists? Guess who's bills get to be
voted on first?
Marvelous Mary's Meanderings ........
Some minds are like concrete. Thoroughly mixed up and
Most people are unwilling to sell their souls; but I'm not
opposed to renting mine out for an hour or two.
Getting out of bed produces more pops, creaks and groans than
an antique schooner made of Rice Crispies.
The concept of the "paperless office" looks really good -- on
Cutting hair is an act of barbarism.
Sappy Sarah's Salacious Sayings ......................
July is National Hot Dog Month
This is National Salad Week
July 29 is . . . . . The start of the Garlic Festival in Gilroy,
California [You can't miss this one!]
July 29 is . . . . . Cheese Sacrifice Purchase Day
July 30 is . . . . . National Cheesecake Day [Let's hear it for all
of those calendars!]
July 30 is . . . . . Mutt's Day
August 1 is...National Raspberry Cream Pie Day
August 1 is...Braham Pie Day [Is that like a Graham Crust]
August 1 is...Hug A Senior Days [At last! My day!]
August 1 is...Rounds Resounding Day
August 1 is...Friendship Day
August 2 is...National Ice Cream Sandwich Day
August 2 is...National Mustard Day
August 3 is...National Watermelon Day
August 3 is...Friendship Day
August 4 is...Twins Day Festival [In Twinsburg, Ohio?]
Actual Headlines .............................
What Would We Do Without Reports?: "Report Says al-Qaida Seeks to Attack
U.S." ---Associated Press
If Not, She'll Demand a Refund: "Wife Could Get Death in Murder-for-Hire"
And We Mean Large!: "Local Obesity Conference Draws Large Crowd"
---Montgomery (AL) Advertiser
'10, 9, 8... Uh, What Comes After 8?': "Shuttle Crew Practice Countdown" ---CNN.com
That Must've Hurt: "Shark Bites Diver in the Fjord" ---Aftenposten (Norway)
News You Can Use: "Humans Walk Upright to Conserve Energy" ---Associated
"Tiny Brain No Problem for French Tax Official" ---Der Spiegel
Well, It Is July: "Snowless French Ski Resort Closing" ---Associated Press
[Al Gore thinks this is because of global warming.....
Facts to use when debating
In ancient Egypt, priests plucked EVERY
hair from their bodies, including their eyebrows and eyelashes.
An ostrich's eye is bigger than its
TYPEWRITER is the longest word that can
be made using the letters only on one row of the keyboard.
"Go," is the shortest complete sentence
in the English language.
If Barbie were life-size, her
measurements would be 39-23-33. She would stand seven feet, two inches tall.
Some driving tips you should know ..................
Turn signals...purely optional.
The actual speed limit is 20mph faster than the posted limit.
Parking lots; Nature's perfect shortcut.
At STOP signs, you must slow down to 20mph and be prepared to stop if you
see a police car.
People crossing the street are assumed to be walking fast enough to be out
of your lane by the time you get there.
If you are waiting at a red light, and there is nobody there to see you go
through it, did you break the law?
Well, that's about it from my perspective, be it Kill Devil Hill or
Absurdistan (Where 3-6% of the students actually graduate from their dumbed
down high school)
But, on the other hand ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
When everything seems to be going against you,
remember the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.