Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Wednesday Arrived With An Excuse From Tuesday !

Wednesday's here, so I'm heading over to Lakes Cafe and Pub. I've heard some unusual stories about some happenings there the other night and, as per my wont, "I gots ta know". I don't know why Tuesday seemed to hang around so long, but it finally left with a sniffle and Wednesday has come in with a bang. 

The Goldman Family were awarded rights to (A) O.J. Simpson's unpublished book, "If I Did It". The Goldmans plan to publish the book with the title, "Confessions Of A Double Murderer". I hope they do and make a ton of money. You'll be paying the price for a long time, O.J. !

The Pictures: Tea fields of Japan and Jackie's sunflowers. I also added some of the artist Eric's paintings of the brewery so you could see them in the "Ken Burns" style.

This Date In History: 1291; The cantons of Uri, Schwyz and Unterwaldon form a protective confederation that will become the nation of Switzerland. 1954; The Yangtze River floods in China, killing 40,000 people and forcing 10 million others to leave their homes. 1981; Music Telvision (MTV) debuts on the air with a video of the Buggles' Video killed the Radio Star'.

Birthdays: Herman Melville, author of "Moby Dick" (1819), Anne Hebert, poet and novelist (1916), Jerry Garcia, singer and guitarists (1942).

The Hits Just Keep On Coming:


That's it for today my little cantelopes. More tomorrow.

Stay Tuned !


bamawmn46 said...

Thanks for running the pic of the sunflowers again! They always make me smile! As I was looking at the pics of the brewery, I wondered if anyone had ever mistakenly walked into the wall because it looks so real!! That would truly be affirmation of a perfect piece of artwork!!

Still waiting for the #,  <grin>

nhd106 said...

How about posting a video (or audio) of your singing?

(PS  Cantelopes?)

rdautumnsage said...

Love the hits for today. (Hugs) Indigo

acoward15 said...

I've never really understood the significance of Moby Dick. In America it seems to be considered a novel of great importance. In England it is generally considered just another children's book.