What's Stuart Whitman up to these days? He's retired, relaxing, and remarried, and recently talked about his career. Couldn't get all his stories in the article, but a funny, delightful character. Story here.
The holiday season should be a joyous time for all members of the household, even the four-legged ones. Why, we even put a sprig of holly in our mousetrap cheese.
Unfortunately, our cat only reluctantly seems to embrace the Christmas spirit. So if you have a puss that starts pouting over the holidays, don’t blame him or her entirely ‒ pet owners must bear some of the responsibility.
are some amusing "double features" to watch. For example: “The
Postman Always Rings Twice” (1946) followed by “You've Got Mail” (1998). Or how about “Meet the Parents” (2000) followed by “High Anxiety” (1977). Can
you think of others??? More at this link.
October means it's Blessing of the Animals season again. Churches all around the world conduct the service where owners bring their pets to church for a blessing. He's a photo from a previous service I attended. No, I'm not in the photo - not even the one with the pink ribbon. This year's stories are featured in the Charleston Post and Courier and the Montgomery Advertiser.
I love this Yahoo headline error from this morning. Glad I
snapped a photo of it before they took it down. Not surprisingly, the
commenters where giving Yahoo a hard time about their lack of editing skills.
Some were even doing all sorts of calculations to figure out how many suitcases
you would need to carry 1.3 million tons of cocaine, and what the street value
would be. I think it was larger than the GNP.
Ever had a kidney stone? If you’ve never experienced the agony of a kidney stone, give thanks for your good fortune. At its worst, the intense pain radiates from the lower back to the groin to become utterly debilitating, relieved only by passing the stone or, in the interim, powerful narcotics..... full story in the Montgomery Advertiser.