That factoid considered, today the sun rose over Miami in all its splendor and everything looks good for a nice sunny week. For those of you in the snowy areas of America, keep the faith as Spring has sprung and hopefully the snow will begin to dissipate in an orderly manner and signs of spring are hopefully beginning to appear.
Spring is cherry blossom time and the Cherry trees are beginning to bloom, especially in Wasington, D.C. This time of year, the street monkeys of D.C. admire this beautiful event as they clean their weapons in preparation for the Spring robbery season around the nation's capitol. It kinda brings a tear of nostagia to your eye, doesn't it.
Octomom has brought two of her litter home and things are abuzzin' around her new house. The pitter patter of little feet brings joy to the hearts of the people who are paying for the care of her children. Planned parenthood aside, it's great to see another generation of welfare recepients well on their way to the good life, thanks to the American taxpayer.
This Date In History: 1919; Benito Mussolini holds the founding meeting of the Fascist Party in Milan. 1933; The Enabling Act is passed by the Reichstag, granting dictatorial powers to Adolf Hitler and ending the Weimar Republic. 1983; Retired dentist Barney B. Clark dies 112 days after receiving the first artificial heart.
1996; Lee Teng-hui becomes Taiwan's first democratically elected president. 2001; The Mir space station, the first permanently orbiting space station, is brought out of orbit and disintegrates as it re-enters the Earth's atmosphere.
Naturally, I have a different criteria as to the signs of Spring as witnessed by this photograph of my lovely sweetie Rocio (center) and a couple of her friends. Ah yes, Spring is in the air!
Birthdays: Schuyler Colfax, 17th vice-president of the United States 1823, Erich Fromm, psychoanalyst 1900, Akira Kurosawa, film director 1910, Wernher Von Braun, German-born American rocket engineer, developer of the liquid-fuel rocket, and leading authority on space exploration 1912.
Printable Things I Never Told You: 1) I think that some days you're the dog and some days you're the hydrant. 2) I took my basic training in the U.S. Army at a place called Fort Polk, Louisiana. I'm not going to say that it was bad, but suffice to say if they ever give the world an enema, Fort Polk is where they will insert the tube. 3) I once flew down to San Juan, Puerto Rico to close a real estate deal and was introduced to a dish called Mofongo. Although it sounds lewd and lascivious, its a popular dish, made from fried green plantains or fried yuca, seasoned with garlic, olive oil and pork cracklings, then mashed. 4) I have a mind like a steel trap, rusty and illegal In 37 states. 5) No matter where I go, there I am.
A kilted Scotsman was walking down a country path after finishing off a large amount of whisky at a local pub. He felt quite sleepy and decided to nap against a tree. As he slept, two female tourists heard his loud snoring. When they found him, one said, "I've always wondered what a Scotsman wears under his kilt." She boldly walked over to the sleeper, raised his kilt, and saw that he wore nothing at all. Her friend said, "Well, the mystery is solved! Let's thank him for sharing!"
She took off her pretty blue hair ribbon and gently tied it around the Scotsman's endowment. A while later, the Scotsman was awakened by the call of nature. He raised his kilt and was bewildered at the sight of the neatly tied blue ribbon. He stared for a minute, then said, "I don't know where y'been laddie... but it's nice ta see you won firrrst prrrize!"
Canada is sending troopers to help the Mexican army control the riots. The European community (except France) is sending food and money. The United States, not to be outdone, is sending 150,000 replacement Mexicans.
The older mother continues, "And this is my second son Kalid. He's 21." The other mother says, "He had such curly hair when he was born." The older mother says, "He's a martyr too " The other mother says, "Oh gracious me, they blow up so fast, don't they?
That's it for today my little fur babies. More on Wednesday.
Stay Tuned !