I checked out the Weather Network on Friday to see how much snow we begin on the weekend and they said if you flurries. Then, on the very next screen showing details on precipitation, it said "close to 10 cm". I don't think that word means what you think it means...
On through the link-o-rama. First up, I celebration of Dubya’s exit, a real ad from
Hard to segue off that, so I'm not even going to try. Trevor sent me a clip about the Internet in 1981 (you've come a long way, baby), the Canadian quiz, a new report about a truly brilliant hack and the best condom commercial ever.
I forget who sent me this little clip about a German coast guard trainee, but I laughed for days. Ken retaliated with a standoff between the U.S. Navy and a very calm Irish voice.
Apparently, today's all about the uniforms, because LynnM sent me this virtual pilot. This displays my first score and I don't want to talk about how obsessed I've been since.
Iforget how I found this link to the fastest growing sport in
On the musical front, Another Outspoken Female posted this rather wonderful antidote of sorts to the song that shall not be mentioned and I recently found It Happens by Sugarland and it was rated made to finally get off my arse and get one of their albums.
And last, to leave you transported by breathtaking beauty… I recently watched a documentary called the Wild Horses of Sable Island in which a photographer by the name of Roberto Dutesco went to Sable Island to photograph the wild horses there. The images are out of this world. This is his gallery - and I call myself a photographer? - that has other beautiful images, but I'm stuck on the ones from Sable Island, so captivated that I'm pretty sure I'll be sending them an e-mail to inquire about prices of the small print. You can also see clips from the documentary on the site. And one more about horses… Mary sent me this clip of a dancing horse. Take your breath away.