Sunday, May 4, 2008

Caption This.........

TimO said...
Just a normal day here in Florida....

WooHoo said...
Bottom picture: "That's Sally from Sally's Crab House, where they make crab soup starting by scratch."

Ostrich Egg is what for Dinner

It is "perfect for a very large family" - an ostrich egg 24 times the size of a normal hen's.Waitrose, the supermarket chain, has just started selling the eggs which can weigh in at almost 4.4lb (2kg). Diners are advised that a simple tap of a spoon is unlikely to break the shell - a roasting spike or a domestic drill is more suitable.
And those hoping to "go to work on ostrich egg" might think twice and save that particular treat for the weekend, as they can take an hour to boil. They can also be hard-boiled, scrambled and fried - with a very large frying pan - just like chicken or duck eggs

Weird Racehorse Names

All Thoroughbred horses must have their names approved by The Jockey Club.

Blow Me (1945)
Pussy Galore (1965)
On Your Knees (1977 & 2005)
Jail Bait (1971 & 1983)
Hardawn (1937)
Wrecked Em (1983)
Golden Shower (1955)
Titanic Blow (2006)
Ménage Á Trois (1974)

Could this be a "Blonde" Elephant

Are you feeling lucky???


It’s amazing

Fresh Meat BBQ

1- Goose - Attacks, Re-Attacks and Attacks Again

Small Bits of News

Man asks to change his name to "In God We Trust"
ZION, Ill. — Steve Kreuscher wants a judge to allow him to legally change his name. He wants to be known as "In God We Trust."
Kreuscher (CROY'-shir) says the new name would symbolize the help God gave him through tough times.
The 57-year-old man also worries that atheists may succeed in removing the phrase "In God We Trust" from U.S. currency.
He recalls that the phrase "God Reigns" was removed from the Zion city seal in 1992 after courts deemed it unconstitutional. Zion was founded as a theocracy — by a sect that believed the Earth was flat.
The school bus driver and amateur artist in the northern Chicago suburb says he has filed a petition to change his name in Lake County Circuit Court.
Fake medic had own ambulance
Oddball Ryan Nurse posed as a paramedic for 18 months – with his own ambulance, uniform and forged qualifications, a court heard. Nurse, 22, lived out his teenage fantasy by attending carnivals and sporting events. He even persuaded schools to book him to give first aid lessons to pupils. Nurse – his real name – set up a company called Medina Emergency Medical Services as part of his scam. In 2005 he was given an award by the duped St John Ambulance for 500 hours of voluntary medical work in a year. Nurse then bought a secondhand ambulance and some old equipment.
He even turned up to work as a paramedic at the international yachting regatta Cowes Week – although he had been hired only as a car park attendant.