Best duct tape story ever. . .
During a private fly-in fishing excursion into the
Alaskan wilderness, the chartered pilot and fishermen
left a cooler with bait in the plane. And a bear smelled it.
This is what it did to the plane...
The pilot used his radio and had another pilot
bring him two new tires, three cases of duct tape,
and a supply of sheet plastic. He then patched
the plane together, and FLEW IT HOME!
Duct tape. Never leave home without it...
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Friday, July 29, 2011
Must be Good !?
‘Be gone’, I say!.
Not to be confused with ‘Hetero’ sausage.
Insect repellent? Are you sure that’s what it’s for?
For Paris Hilton?
Good Luck! Bet it don't taste the same in a can ?
So that’s where SARS came from!
Only one thing better than regular Shito
– new, improved Shito.
Spicy Hot Shit-o!
Hope thats not the the scent!!!!
What are you looking at me for ?
Mines Happy anyway!
So much better than old, stale ‘cok’!
Well of course, ‘Asse’ just had to be chocolate.
I really shouldn’t find this funny...
Hard to refuse!
I hope ‘Marie’ knows about this.
And they said it couldn’t be bottled.
Color is a worry though!
Bring home the bacon,
Cut and Shoot, TX is a real town, about 200 miles SE of Dallas. It has a Post Office. This is all real, no bullCute little Texas pig ...This was killed near the town of Cut-N-Shoot TX . We call them Piney Wood Rooter's. Over 1,800 lb. wild boar shot and killed in Conroe , Texas near the County Airport, East of I-45 and near the community of Cut and Shoot.
Killed by a medical Radiology worker...What would you do if this beast was coming at you? Run for dear life? Climb a tree or simply get run over?
Yep.......only in Texas ! We were taught to stand still because there eye sight is poor. By standing
still they probably would not see you and walk right on by.. And No, you can't out run them!! Look how tall the grass and weeds are. How fast do you think you would be running thru that?
Monday, July 25, 2011
Friday, July 22, 2011
I've been sponsoring Aregawy for just over two years now. Slack old me has only written once and he's written three times. This week I've received a birthday card from World Vision to fill in and send to him. The first letter I got from him two years ago he was twelve and wanted to be a Doctor.
Anyhow, this email is a plea for more assistants, it's asked me to share the story with everyone and try and influence more sponsors. For a good twelve months I was paying $43 a month that even my bank was kind enough to let the transactions happen even if my account was already in the red. So I had no escape from not paying them, the process is through my debit Visa so there's no bank penalty for insufficient funds, it's just a simple credit card denial. But still, StGeorge, who by the way are changing to Bank of Melbourne, woo hoo, let the funds go through. Just meant I was $43 shorter on payday.But because I haven't been keeping in touch, does he still want to be a Doctor? Things change over time. His father runs a farm so he might like to keep that up. But if there are droughts happening, I doubt that he would want to keep the farm going and possibly his father probably doesn't want to neither.
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A growing hunger crisis in East Africa
Dear Andrew, Thank you for your generous support of Aregawy Araya in Ethiopia. You may have seen recent news reports about the drought and hunger emergency affecting East African countries including Kenya and Ethiopia. We are starting to receive reports that some of the communities we work with are being affected by this emergency. We are closely monitoring the situation and if we hear anything of concern regarding your sponsored child, we will let you know immediately. Your help is needed now. As someone who cares about the wellbeing of children in this part of the world, please help us meet the growing and urgent needs of families affected by the hunger emergency. World Vision has been working in these countries for many years and our long-term development work helps communities prepare for and protect themselves from the impacts of natural disasters such as drought.
Koutich's mother is malnourished and has difficulty producing enough milk for him. He is one of many children at risk from the hunger emergency. But this current drought, described by scientists as the driest period in the region since the early 1950s, is so severe that communities need additional support. So World Vision and other aid organisations are helping them respond to this emergency. Meteorologists forecast that the region may not receive normal rains until early 2012. A donation of $125 today, for example, could help us to meet the immediate food and health needs of the most vulnerable children and families and support essential agriculture and livelihood recovery efforts. You can also spread the word by forwarding this email to friends and family who may want to help the people of East Africa. Thank you for your support. Tim Costello
World Vision Australia Chief Executive PS. You can find out more about our response to the East Africa emergency on our website.
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