Friday, April 24, 2009

Happy National Hairball Awareness Day...

This is a growing problem in the world and we need to fight it-- the best thing to do is to make sure anything you are going to be licking is hair free (I couldn't add any more innuendo here if I tried).

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Happy 24th Birthday, New Coke...

I never had New Coke so I can't comment on it, but if what they say is true and it was made to be more like Pepsi, I might would actually prefer it to regular Coca-Cola-- But I despise change so.............................................

Maybe I should start wearing a bra...

Bra deflects bullet aimed at woman
Writing by Kevin Krolicki; Editing by Doina Chiacu
DETROIT (Reuters) – A 57-year-old Detroit woman avoided serious injury when the underwire on her bra deflected a bullet shot at her from next door, police said.
The woman, who lives on the West side of Detroit, saw a group of men breaking into a neighbor's house on Tuesday morning. When the men spotted her, one of them fired a shot at her, a police spokesman said.
The bullet struck the underwire on the woman's bra and that saved her from a more serious injury, police said.
"It did slow the bullet down," said Detroit police spokesman Phillip Cook. "She sustained injuries but they're not life threatening."
The woman, who was not identified, was treated at a nearby hospital. The suspects in the shooting drove away.

WTF??? 82

Minn. surgeon needs two tries to remove appendix
SHAKOPEE, Minn. – A state investigative report said a surgeon performed an appendectomy on the same patient twice after he mistakenly removed a piece of fatty tissue instead the first time. The Star Tribune reported that the surgeon realized his mistake two days after the first operation after a hospital pathologist reported what was removed was "not an appendix."
The patient had been complaining of pain and fever and was ordered back for a second surgery.
The by now ruptured appendix was removed, after which the unidentified patient spent 11 days in the hospital with complications from the second surgery.
The Health Department found no evidence the hospital did anything wrong. Complaints against doctors are handled by a separate state agency. The Board of Medical Practice isn't commenting on the case.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

WTF??? 81

This sounds right up your alley, Calvin-- except it's real bacon and not that ham you Canadians call bacon and it's Vermont maple syrup instead of the Canuck kind...
Reminds me of this...