Like every red-blooded male he has a completely out-of-proportion view of his manhood and shows off his genitals because he says building are "organs of power".Um, yeah. Most of the red-blooded males I know don't feel the need to project themselves on Spanish Cathedrals. I'm just sayin'. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ And no, I'm not going to post on the explosion at work, except to say it's been a very sad couple of days here. The local papers and TV stations have enough news. Some things just aren't meant for blogs, I guess. The deaths of my coworkers, friends and relatives are one of those things.
Genital artist projects himself on buildings | Metro.co.uk Genital artist? There is such a thing???
My own birthdays have never bothered me. (My brothers, on the other hand, are really getting up there on the old age scale. That's scary!) But reading this.... man. I listen to geezer rock?!?!?!
The Press Association: Sir Mick ranks high in sexy stakes Mick Jagger is still officially sexy as he reaches the milestone of 65.Well.... happy birthday, Sir Mick!
Wow. When I disappear from the blog, I really disappear, eh? I just have to plead "busy". When I haven't been working or slaving over essay questions, I've been... well.... digging holes in my yard. Photos will follow. In the meantime, I've finally finished another project, related to this. I was elected/selected/volunteered ---probably due to the fact that I had the biggest, bulkiest camera--- to gather up all of the photos the gang took of our little jaunt, burn them all to CD, and redistribute them. I did that, going through well over a thousand pictures, and had a grand old time doing it. *So* much fun, in fact, that I went ahead and created a little video from the best photos for the two members of the gang who don't have computers (can you believe it? There are people in this day and age who aren't wired up???). The hardest part was learning to burn a DVD playable on a television. My incredible and extensive computer skills didn't prepare me for the amount of cussing needed to make DVD's that work on *all* players. For some reason, my DVD's will not play on my fancy machine in the living room, but work just great on the $5 garage sale machine in the bedroom. Go figure. The full video on DVD is about a half hour long, but here is just a short selection. Hope you enjoy.
WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL
GREEN BAY — Brett Favre had his chance to come back to the Green Bay Packers at the end of March, but the legendary quarterback reneged on an agreement then to unretire — part of the reason why the Packers aren't now welcoming back the legendary quarterback.Wonder if we can get a first-rounder for him?
Favre Says "Release Me": The Packers Respond
"The Green Bay Packers are aware of the latest developments regarding Brett Favre. Brett earned and exercised the right to retire on his terms. We wanted him to return and welcomed him back on more than one occasion. Brett’s press conference and subsequent conversations in the following weeks illustrated his commitment to retirement. The finality of his decision to retire was accepted by the organization. At that point, the Green Bay Packers made the commitment to move forward with our football team. As a retired player, Brett has the option to apply for reinstatement with Commissioner Goodell. If that were to occur, he would become an active member of the Green Bay Packers. As always, the Packers will do what’s right and in the best interest of the team. As with all Packers greats, Brett’s legacy will always be celebrated by our fans and the organization, regardless of any change in his personal intentions."
Smalltown parades on the Fourth are the world's BEST way to celebrate.
We got Color Guards.
We got politicians working the crowds.
We got....well... canoes on wheels.
We got rodeo queens.
We got Elvis.
We got the editor of the local paper hard at work.
We got.... motorized barstools. You gotta wonder how many beers were involved in the creation of this idea.
Happy Fourth of July to all of you. Hope it's a good one even if you aren't lucky enough to be in small town America today.