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Ann, you and Meade appear to be enjoying yourselves a lot - that's very nice to see.
A long cold winter is coming!
I got dizzy and threw up! Get a Stedicam Smoothee!
"There's a lipstick sunsetSmeared across the August (October) skyThere's a bitter sweet perfumeHanging in the fieldsThe creek is running highAnd I left my lover waitingIn the dawn somewhere to wonder whyBy the end of the dayAll her sweet dreams would fadeTo a lipstick sunset"
I'd say the Devil's Lake area, but it's a little flat.Nice eye make-up.
Boy, there's great light this time of year...
What you're seeing up there is the earth's shadow.
Napoli gave it a ride..
That must have been a sign misinterpretation.. the runner thought a hit & run was on.
Gee-Whiz...It looked like a Cialis commercial.Not that there is anything wrong with that....oh, God...w/v: comelikI don't care to know that much about either of you
It comes down darkEarlier and earlierWhen you liveUp in the north.Soon the refrain"But I love the cold!"As unlike bears burlier We foolish venture forth.
Love the still of the sunset, the video is delightful.He really is beguiled by you, Madame.That kind of sunset used to inspire me to write poetry (yes, bad poetry) to The Blonde.madAsHell said...Gee-Whiz...It looked like a Cialis commercial.She is all the Cialis he needs, I think.
Texas gets out of yet another jam.
Napoli is up again with men in scoring position and the crowd is chanting his name.. The score and the series is all tied 2 - 2
Napoli hits safely this time..Texas leads 4 - 2
Just go ahead and put him on
Wow..Not in a million years did I see that coming..A strikeout / throw out.
Texas leads series 3 games to 2.
I think Meade was having a Viagra-induced episode of diminished cerebral vascular flow. Package insert says one of the side effects is seeing color changes.
I went down to the Congress Street Bridge one evening in Austin to witness the bats. Standing on said bridge I got some beautiful pictures of the Tejas sunset. Alas, my fiance couldn't join me.As the evening went on, larger and larger crowds of people appeared. On the banks, on the bridges, in boats. People dressed in bluejeans and tee shirts, and people dressed in formal wear. All to see the bats.As the last hints of color seeped from the sky, First one, then a second darting shape appeared. No more than the sudden movement caught in the corner of your eye, that when you turn to look, is gone. At full dark all 1.5 million bats come out in force. You can't see them, but if you're in tune with your inner animal you sense their presence. A stirring on your face from millions of flapping wings. You can't hear them, or see them, but you can feel them.Most of the crowd, I imagine, hadn't had the up-bringing I had so probably went away dis-appointed. I took a few snapshots with my digital camera anyway feeling foolish but with Photoshop I was able to render a few pictures of this wonder.The people of Austin feel about bats much like the people of Salt Lake City feel about seagulls, and for much the same reason. I highly recommend an evening spent on the Congress Street Bridge. Just don't expect to see bats.
Ice Age Trail streaked.
Another computing giant gone - John McCarthy, father of AI.(had to learn LISP for a course; almost as bad as SMLNJ)Chip Ahoy said...Ice Age Trail streaked.I think we were hoping to see someone else.
Another computing giant gone - John McCarthy, father of AI.I knew him as a regular poster on the old sci.environment Usenet newsgroup in the 90s. He was fantastic - one of the original skeptics of environmental religion.Lefties hated him. Back then he put his home address - including lat/long coordinates - on his Stanford web page in case the lefties wanted to get him. I guess they never bothered.RIP
This always cracks me up: the Mercedes of Peace.
I read that Lindsay Lohan is going to pose nude for Playboy after she finishes her community service gig at the morgue. I guess she's just going from dealing with one kind of stiff to another!
Lovely photos...I love this time of year, great sunsets due to the lower angles."Where the Great Plains begin at the hundredth meridianAt the hundredth meridian where the Great Plains beginDriving down a corduroy road,Weeds standing shoulder highFerris wheel is rusting off in the distance"MarkGA common thread of the occupy group - covetousness, even to the point of contradiction (cough).This.
I sage, you sage, we all sage for ice age ...
So did all of you folks Up North see the northern lights last night? They were supposedly visible as far south as Oklahoma!
Shmendrik, My reaction also. How about a dramamine warning on that video. It is beautiful in spite of the agita. Sunsets are calming. I grew up w/ sunrises over the Atlantic [which are invigorating] during the summer and now sunsets over the Pacific in Winter, a certain symmetry.
So did all of you folks Up North see the northern lights last night? They were visible in Madison. Link.
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