“Sure, he’s a little cold, but he’s BIG and he’s green and he’s MINE!”
Just let her go, Emily D. H. [eye roll]
"Seriously, you don’t wanna know. I’ll spare you the details. You’re welcome. All I’m gonna say is that whatever genius builds a chalet right in the path of a ski jump can fix his own damn roof."
Talk about de agony of de feet, Isobel L.
Dearly befuddled, we are gathered here today to pay our respects to one of the cutest roadside memorials we’ve ever seen: This lovely floral presentation in honor of… a squirrel?!
And not just any squirrel, but true sports nut, with a passion for baseball, basketball and hockey.
Found in Sacramento by Angela B. Can any other Sacto peeps shed light on this?
[UPDATE: Working from Beth's and Ellen's tips, I think I've located the white building with the tiled roof in the background of shot one, which supports their theory about the address. Click here to see the building in Google Street View. -- Mike]
6 parts gin
2 parts vodka
1 part Lillet blanc
Lemon twist Kitty head
Combine liquid ingredients in a cocktail shaker with cracked ice and shake well. Strain into a chillin’ martini glass and garnish with
lemon twist kitty head.
We maded you a martini, Sandy B., but we drinked it.
(Recipe based on the classic James Bond martini. More recipes here.)
Look at the koala’s little tongue! And the koala’s paw on the fireman’s hand! The koala is so polite and so thankful! Like a little person! This makes me want to truckjack a Sparklett’s water truck and drive through the ocean to Australia.
Thanks Mr. Michael K. You can help at the Australia Red Cross.
The old "Ehn-Kerplop." [shaking head] so, so very sad.
Fail blog submishe, N E 1?
Got agoraphobia? Maybe you need a helper monkeh!
Got bi-polar? Maybe you need a calming, talking parrot!
Got blindness? A teeny guide horse may be for you!
The New York Times is reportin’ that unusual service animals are helping folks with unusual disorders.
Author Rebecca Skloot does it again, Sender-Inner Ida N.!
// Pics and links to more pics/video just added! Many more images and a video over at author Rebecca Skloot’s website here. //
Much more over at Rebecca Skloot’s website HERE!
The Los Angeles Times is reportin’ these Wrinklestilskins (Actually Chinese Meishan pigs) are all the rage at Berlin’s "Tierpark". Apparently, these chubbular wonders are famous for their wrinkles (duh) and loooong ears.
Get a load of Mom pig, People!
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