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Sunday, July 27, 2008



A mental disorder where people think their lives are part of some global reality TV show. I think I suffered from that once, but the show was cancelled after the first episode. Poor ratings.

"What a tangled web we weave..."
Conspiracy theories find life on-line.

For 80 years, every hour on the hour, the war monument clock in Galashiels, Scotland has chimed. Until Ann Tozer, who owns a B&B a short distance from the clock, filed a noise complaint. Now it is silenced. Bet she is popular with the rest of the townfolk.

Here in the States, its not uncommon for a judge to have a firearm concealed under his/her robes. And nobody really gives it a second thought. The British aren't quite as understanding when one of theirs is found to have a knife.

"Anything not factory recommended would void the warranty." You mean like blowing the shit out of your lawnmower with a shotgun and handgun?

Wanna bet that visitor rates increase at the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas after this.

I guess these teen "bad guys" have never watched The Wire.

It may be that diamonds are not just a girl's best friend.

Hospital rules:
You know, the life of a crook isn't as easy as you might think. Why don't the victims just follow the script?

French prankster Rémi Gaillard is famous for sneaking his way into professional sporting events. Now he's showing his soccer skills in a video called "Urban Soccer".

He is GOOD! Watch the video:

Urban Soccer - More amazing video clips are a click away

Okay. Got this edited up before my son's 40th birthday party started. Hope it satisfactory. Enjoy your Sunday and mahalo for coming by.

Let's all be careful out there!"