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Yellowstone Waterfalls August 9, 2010

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So the escaped murderers from Arizona are holed up in Yellowstone?

How fast can I get a gun, I wonder. Or an F-14. Or an M1A1 tank.

Here are some pictures from Saturday’s trip.


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What did I say? August 2, 2010

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Thanks to SilFox:

Husband down

A husband and wife are shopping in their local Wal-Mart.

The husband picks up a case of Budweiser and puts it in their cart.

‘What do you think you’re doing?’ asks the wife.

‘They’re on sale, only $10 for 24 cans,’ he replies.

‘Put them back; we can’t afford them,’ demands the wife, and so they carry on shopping.

A few aisles further on along the woman picks up a $20 jar of face cream and puts it in the basket.

‘What do you think you’re doing?’ asks the husband.

‘It’s my face cream. It makes me look beautiful,’ replies the wife.

Her husband retorts: ‘So does 24 cans of Budweiser and it’s half the price.’

On the PA system: ‘Cleanup on aisle 25: we have a husband down.’


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Congress Passes Law for Air Passenger Safety August 1, 2010

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LA Times:

Congress tightens requirements for regional airline pilots, by requiring 1,500 hours of flight time (up from 250) before they can fly passengers, and by requiring the FAA to increase the number of sleep hours required before flying.

Fark says “Congress passes law requiring more training and sleep for pilots. Continental announces $25 fee for passengers who want them to follow the law.”


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Yellowstone National Park August 1, 2010

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We are camping 50 miles east of Yellowstone, in Meeteetse, Wyoming. Lacy and I have made three day trips to the park, but skipped this weekend so I can work.

This is what we saw last weekend:

This is what we DIDN’T see this weekend, but hope to see next weekend:

And here is Lacy’s new favorite “big doggie”, showing how they clear out large crowds at Old Faithful:


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