With all of the other evidence that prosecutors already have on hand against her worthless mother Casey Anthony, discovering the child's remains erases another possible excuse to escape the death penalty. Either way, I am hopeful that she never sees the light of day again, the final judgement of the supreme being notwithstanding.
Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich held a two minute press conference today to state he was innocent and would fight the charges filed against him. Someone should have told Blago that he could have stated this from the front porch of his home and saved the public the cost of a useless press conference.
My newest irritations are the stores that use "Xmas" in the advertisements. I assume that they can't spell the word Christ or they are to lazy to write it. Additionally are the words "for free." There is no reason to use the word "for", i.e., "I got this product free (not "for free")." These are supposedly educated people. but you couldn't tell that from the way that they express themselves.
Today's Friday and a good reason to escape to AREA 51 for a little rest and recreation. I plan on meeting with my pal and spiritual advisor Johnnie Walker Black and see what happens.
This Date In History: 1562; The French Wars of Religion begin with the Battle of Dreux. 1783; William Pitt the Younger becomes Britain’s youngest-ever prime minister at the age of 24. 1972; The Apollo 17 spacecraft splashes down in the Pacific Ocean bringing to an end the US Apollo programme of landing men on the Moon.
1975; The Altair 8800, considered to be the first successful “personal” computer, goes on sale for the first time. 1984; Britain formally agrees to return Hong Kong to China.
Picture Of The Day: It seems the Photoshop people are working overtime to come up with funny pictures. The Bush and Obama fans have been having a field day with these easy targets and there has been a plethora of excellent pics that have been photoshopped. Unfortunately you can't post some of them lest ye offend the politically correct dimwits.
Birthdays: William Edward Parry, naval explorer of the Arctic 1790. Albert Abraham Michelson, German-born American physicist 1852, Ralph Richardson, actor 1902, Leonid Brezhnev, Soviet leader 1906, Edith Piaf, Parisian popular singer 1915.
The Hits Just Keep On Coming:
An farmer went to town to see a movie. The ticket agent asked, "Sir, what’s that under your arm?" The old farmer said, "That’s my pet rooster Chucky, wherever I go, Chucky goes." The ticket agent said, "We don’t allow animals in the theater."
The irritated old farmer went around the corner and stuffed the bird down his pants. He returned to the booth, bought a ticket and entered the theater. He sat down next to two old widows named Mildred and Marge.
The movie started and the rooster began to squirm. The old farmer unzipped his pants so Chucky could stick his head out and watch the movie.
Mildred whispered, "Marge, I think this guy next to me is a pervert." Marge replied, "What makes you think that?" Mildred whispered, "He unzipped his pants and is exposing himself."
Marge said, "Well, don’t worry about it, At our age we’ve seen them all." Mildred said, "Yeah, but this one is eating my popcorn."
That's it for today my little sleigh belles. Have a great and safe weekend and more on Monday.
Stay Tuned !