Sunday, February 27, 2011

Remember The Alamo

Kind of cool out there. Temp is -13C/9F. That's not counting the windchill. Used my snow blower yesterday. Should be the last time. Did mine and five of the neighbours.

Saw an article where they found a new dinosaur. They seem to do that ever so often, which is kind of weird. Maybe they have parts of different dinosaurs and putting them together. Not too far fetched. I remember a few years ago, they took one apart and put him back together differently. Said it was wrong the first time. The whole thing seems to be a maybe. They don't really know what they look like. We haven't built a time machine yet.

It doesn't appear to be a time machine in our future. We have never seen anyone come back. Unless they are invisible when they return. Nothing for me to worry about. They wouldn't be coming back to see me.

"Remember The Alamo." I bet the Mexacins do. "Two of every three Texas children are now non-Anglo and the trend line will become even more pronounced in the future." That's what they say. I think they want Texas back, along with California. After all, it was stolen from them. The way the States is going, it's only a matter of time. I wonder if they will still make the movies in English? Oh well, That's not tomorrow.

The Scotia Prince was a ferry that ran from Yarmouth to Portland, Maine. Stopped service in 2004. I see it popped up in the newspaper today. It will be ferrying Indians ( not the ones with tomahawks, the other ones) from Libya to somewhere. It didn't say where the ferry now lives, must be India. Didn't say it changed its name either. You would think it would be called Raja of Banalai or the like. Doesn't matter, I won't be going on that ship either.

Gadhafi is now handing out guns to civilians. That sounds like a good plan. Better give them lots of bullets. They love shooting them in the air. These bullets must fall to earth sometime. I wonder if anyone has ever been killed with a round in the top of their head?

1 comment:

Kurt said...

Some rather astute observations, as usual, Jack..... It is certainly an education living here where it is well over 80% Hispanic....