The natives are getting restless and things are warming up. It's been a dry spell for the "Cat Ass Trophy", but methinks it's time to wipe off the dust. The first candidate for the envied award is (A) Rosie O'Fat Ass, who, while trying to explain that she was misinterpreted when she likened U.S. troops to terrorists, went off on a tirade against Elisabeth Hasselbeck. O'Fat Ass came down on Hasselbeck after she responded that there were terrorists/jihadists who wanted nothing more than to attack America and kill it's citizens. O'Fat Ass told Hasselbeck that she got her information from watching the "crappy cable shows" and inferred that the terrorists/jihadists weren't trying to kill Americans and were just defending Islam. Both Barbara Walters and Joy Behar came to Hasselbeck's defense in stating that jihadist's mission's, indeed, were to inflict pain and death to America. Rosie responded by reiterating that she did not call U.S. troops to terrorists and changed the subject. Isn't that just like a man !
The Pictures: AOL is diligently working on restablishing the old picture format and expects to have the situation fixed within the next week. In the interim, I'll be posting pictures as usual with apologies to anyone using dial-up. Today's theme is Central America with pictures of Belize, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Guatemala and El Salvador, in no specific order. Indigo's pictures today are of a beautiful Osprey and a Chamelion. Oh, and the "usual suspects".
Sunday is the running of the 91st Indianapolis 500 and if you've never watched the pomp and circumstance that surrounds the event, you're in for a treat. Helio Castroneves won the pole (1st) position and this year establishes a record, with three ladies racing in "the show". Lady drivers Danica Patrick, Sarah Fisher and rookie Milka Duno are among the 33 starters of the race which will be televised at 1:00 p.m EST. That evening, Nascar takes to the 1.5 mile quad-oval at Charlotte for the World 600.
This Date In History: 1455; England's thirty year War of the Roses begins. 1939; German dictator Adolf Hitler and Italian dictator Benito Mussolini sign the "Pact of Steel" establishing a military alliance. 1992; Johnny Carson ends his thirty year reign as host of "The Tonight Show". 2007; Rosie O'Donnell goes into surgery to repair her recent adadictome operation.
Birthdays: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, physician, novelist and detective story writer, creator of Sherlock Holmes, and author of the phrase "No shit, Sherlock" (1859), Laurence Olivier, actor, producer and director (1907).
The Hits Just Keep On Coming: Thanks,Victor !
I met an older woman at a bar last night. She was attractive and not bad for 55 years old. We had a few drinks and got cozy. She then asked me if I'd ever had a "sportsman's double", a threesome with mother and daughter. I said no and she said that "today's your lucky day."
We had a few more drinks and then she invited me to her home. When we entered the house, she turned on the hall light and shouted upstairs, "Mom, are you still awake?"
That's it for today, my little niblets. More tomorrow.
Stay Tuned !