Hear “Twas The Night Before Christmas” like you’ve never heard it before:
Hat tip: Dr. Mercola
Riding Sun has a humorous post to start your day, here’s a peek:
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Yesterday, whilst the ALIEN was trying to burst from my pounding head, I got to thinking about something we see almost everyday—police pulling speeders on America’s highways—and how similar it is to life on the African plains.
From my childhood on, I’ve always enjoyed nature programs about African wildlife, especially lions. Lions stalking prey, the sudden attack and the after dinner socialization fascinated me. I felt sorry for the Zebra and Wildebeest, but then that’s the way of nature. The animals rarely got upset about losing a comrade and seemed happy enough afterwards. Well, they may have been a little upset and talked amongst themselves about the latest victim, “poor ole Fred, he always was a little slow. It’ll never happen to me though, I tell you what…”
In America, we all zip along until we see the blue lights pouncing on us. In that moment of vulnerability, we quietly beg “please don’t let it be me…” And then we gawk in amazement as we drive by the latest victim and with a sigh of relief, we zip merrily along.
Yeah, I love nature programs.
A sputtering we will go:
Obviously, this news release is totally fictitious; I just wanted to take a humorous ‘jab’ at the folks complaining about inaugural costs. Maybe it is too much money, maybe it isn’t. But, I believe the Office of the President of the United States is worthy of a grand celebration every four years, no matter who holds the office.
I just could not resist posting about this story, forgive me Canada:
And we wonder why Canada isn’t fighting alongside the United States in Iraq…seriously though, I really do love Shania tw…I mean Canada.