Hope you guys that have been in Irene's path are still ok. You know all our parents have been glued to The Weather Channel whether they live on the East Coast or West Coast or any place in between. There's the little instigator part of me that hopes my in-laws were watching when this happened. (watch for the dude in the red shorts) (p.s. if you are personally offended by streakers, don't watch) (p.p.s. now is a good time to complain to your employer AGAIN for blocking YouTube videos from your work computers)
In other news, Simon Cowell has announced that he has plans to be Cryogenically Frozen. I thought he already was. What?
So, were you guys watching the MTV Music Awards last night? Yeah, me neither. I did see this picture of
Dear Helen Hunt, If you are a fan of Brazil and its customs, please wear underwear to your Yoga class. The poprocksies, every one who buys their pictures, everyone who sees those pictures on websites, and the people in your Yoga class will thank you for that. *washes eyes with bleach*
It's not Christmas, but this card is just too good to save. I love this kid. Especially since it's not my kid. It's still funny.
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And that's all the time I have for today. Make one goal for yourself today and then come up with a really good reason for why you can't or shouldn't do it. It will keep your creative juices flowing. (once you get over the feeling of failure, that is) And until tomorrow... here is something you should know...
The real name of the animal is “peafowl”. Male peafowl are peacocks, females are peahens, and the babies are peachicks! Peacocks are the most famous, with bright blue heads, flashy plumage, and the long “train” of feathers that can make the shape of a giant fan. Contrary to popular belief, these feathers aren’t really tail feathers; the tail is underneath the train.
Peahens, by contrast, are very drab in appearance and don't have the famous peacock feathers. They take care of the peachicks alone, while the fathers keep looking for more mates.
Peacocks also have a really loud call, to attract more mates from long distances.