Monthly Archives: November 2005

>Sunrise Alert

>.
.

I was making coffee for Mrs. Geezer and looked out my kitchen window. I saw the sunrise was going to look nice behind our windmill so I grabbed the camera and went outside in my PJ’s.
Got a nice shot of the sunrise and another shot of Charlie The Neighbor driving by, looking at me standing there in the snow in my bare feet.
Just kidding, I had on my rubber mud boots… and my PJ’s.


.

Sunrise Alert

I was making coffee for Mrs. Geezer and looked out my kitchen window. I saw the sunrise was going to look nice behind our windmill so I grabbed the camera and went outside in my PJ’s.
Got a nice shot of the sunrise and another shot of Charlie The Neighbor driving by, looking at me standing there in the snow in my bare feet.
Just kidding, I had on my rubber mud boots… and my PJ’s.

>First Snow Bunny

>
Well it really isn’t the first snow bunny but yesterday was the first real snowfall of the year… big fluffy flakes.
Did I mention that we have a plethora of bunnies around the old homestead?
We started with one Handsome Stranger of a bunny who wandered in one day about 2 years ago. “Hey Honey look, a bunny”. He was kind of tan or buff colored, we called him the Mega Bunny because he was Huge. He hopped around and ate the grass for a couple of months but we could see that he was lonely.
One day a beautiful white rabbit showed up and they figured out who was the boy and did what rabbits are known for. The first time we saw the little babies, my wife just squealed… (actually she still does).
We have about 30 rabbits around here now. They probably are doing damage with their digging but I can’t get too upset about it. The fricken gophers are another matter. The rabbits are pretty tame. Sometimes you can get almost close enough to touch them before they casually hop away.

First Snow Bunny


Well it really isn’t the first snow bunny but yesterday was the first real snowfall of the year… big fluffy flakes.
Did I mention that we have a plethora of bunnies around the old homestead?
We started with one Handsome Stranger of a bunny who wandered in one day about 2 years ago. “Hey Honey look, a bunny”. He was kind of tan or buff colored, we called him the Mega Bunny because he was Huge. He hopped around and ate the grass for a couple of months but we could see that he was lonely.
One day a beautiful white rabbit showed up and they figured out who was the boy and did what rabbits are known for. The first time we saw the little babies, my wife just squealed… (actually she still does).
We have about 30 rabbits around here now. They probably are doing damage with their digging but I can’t get too upset about it. The fricken gophers are another matter. The rabbits are pretty tame. Sometimes you can get almost close enough to touch them before they casually hop away.

>Don’t Say Bad Words in School

>I don’t remember who sent this to me but it’s pretty funny.

Don’t Say Bad Words in School

I don’t remember who sent this to me but it’s pretty funny.

>Hey, I’m number One on MSN Arabia

>
If you do a MSN search for “street begger in egypt”, that is.

Perhaps it’s because I misspelled beggar.

MSN Arabia Search – More Useful Everyday:

Hey, I’m number One on MSN Arabia


If you do a MSN search for “street begger in egypt”, that is.

Perhaps it’s because I misspelled beggar.

MSN Arabia Search – More Useful Everyday:

Cindy Sheehan’s Miracle

It’s Amazing… must be seen to be believed.

Knowledge Is Power

>Cindy Sheehan’s Miracle

>It’s Amazing… must be seen to be believed.

Knowledge Is Power

Bruce Willis to make pro-war movie.

My Blogfather, Ace of Spades, has the scoop on the new Bruce Willis movie.
I’m planning on spending my money to see it, so it must be good.

…”Unfortunately, I’ve seen a leaked copy of the script, and the Hollywood executives have changed it so that Bruce Willis will no longer be fighting Muslim terrorists in Iraq. In the new story, terrorism in Iraq is due to European Neo-Nazis and American defense contractors who are creating a ‘fictitious war’ to sell more munitions.”…

Ace of Spades HQ:

>Bruce Willis to make pro-war movie.

>My Blogfather, Ace of Spades, has the scoop on the new Bruce Willis movie.

I’m planning on spending my money to see it, so it must be good.

…”Unfortunately, I’ve seen a leaked copy of the script, and the Hollywood executives have changed it so that Bruce Willis will no longer be fighting Muslim terrorists in Iraq. In the new story, terrorism in Iraq is due to European Neo-Nazis and American defense contractors who are creating a ‘fictitious war’ to sell more munitions.”…

Ace of Spades HQ:

>Godzilla vs. Murtha, Part II

>


Wuzzadem courageously follows the story.

…”Only a coward would run from Godzilla – he must be defeated!”

WuzzaDem: Godzilla vs. Murtha, Part II

Godzilla vs. Murtha, Part II


Wuzzadem courageously follows the story.

…”Only a coward would run from Godzilla – he must be defeated!”

WuzzaDem: Godzilla vs. Murtha, Part II

Do Something Good This Thanksgiving.

Dave at Garfield Ridge has a great idea:

“…a fellow blogger and good friend of ours is having a hard time of it right now. Jennifer at Demure Thoughts has spent the last two weeks in and out of the hospital with her five-year-old daughter ill from all sorts of serious maladies– kidney infections, pancreatitis, and now, surgery to remove her gall bladder and appendix. Jen and her family are spending the holiday in the hospital while her daughter gets better.”…

Garfield Ridge: Do Something Good This Thanksgiving.:

>Do Something Good This Thanksgiving.

>Dave at Garfield Ridge has a great idea:

“…a fellow blogger and good friend of ours is having a hard time of it right now. Jennifer at Demure Thoughts has spent the last two weeks in and out of the hospital with her five-year-old daughter ill from all sorts of serious maladies– kidney infections, pancreatitis, and now, surgery to remove her gall bladder and appendix. Jen and her family are spending the holiday in the hospital while her daughter gets better.”…

Garfield Ridge: Do Something Good This Thanksgiving.:

>The Crying Game

>Victor Davis Hanson discusses the intellectual level of wartime criticism.

…”Yet as they [the Democrats] hedge — on television praising Congressmen Murtha who advocates withdrawal, but making sure they vote overwhelmingly on the record to reject his advice — they should consider some critical questions.

First, are the metrics of this war in the terrorists’ or our favor?
Are the Iraqi security forces growing or shrinking?
Are elections postponed or on schedule?
Are Europe, Jordan, Lebanon, and others more or less sympathetic to a war against Islamic terrorism in Iraq?
Are bin Laden, Zawahiri, and Zarqawi more or less popular or secure after we removed Saddam?
Is al Qaeda in a strengthened or weakened position?
Is the Arab world more or less receptive to democracy in the Gulf, Egypt, Lebanon, and the West Bank?
And is the United States more or less vulnerable to a terrorist attack as we go into our fifth year since September 11?”…

Very Interesting ~ VDH’s Private Papers::The Crying Game:

The Crying Game

Victor Davis Hanson discusses the intellectual level of wartime criticism.

…”Yet as they [the Democrats] hedge — on television praising Congressmen Murtha who advocates withdrawal, but making sure they vote overwhelmingly on the record to reject his advice — they should consider some critical questions.

First, are the metrics of this war in the terrorists’ or our favor?
Are the Iraqi security forces growing or shrinking?
Are elections postponed or on schedule?
Are Europe, Jordan, Lebanon, and others more or less sympathetic to a war against Islamic terrorism in Iraq?
Are bin Laden, Zawahiri, and Zarqawi more or less popular or secure after we removed Saddam?
Is al Qaeda in a strengthened or weakened position?
Is the Arab world more or less receptive to democracy in the Gulf, Egypt, Lebanon, and the West Bank?
And is the United States more or less vulnerable to a terrorist attack as we go into our fifth year since September 11?”…

Very Interesting ~ VDH’s Private Papers::The Crying Game:

>Babes in TV Land

>
Here’s One. Hot. Babe.
It’s Melissa Theuriau, a News Anchor who happens to be…
Fwench.

I think I would watch her newscast, even though I wouldn’t understand it.

Babes in TV Land


Here’s One. Hot. Babe.
It’s Melissa Theuriau, a News Anchor who happens to be…
Fwench.

I think I would watch her newscast, even though I wouldn’t understand it.