New Stuff to Blog About and More

In the News; April 21, 2008

It's a new week and we are back to work. The weekend was beautiful and I expect than many of us got a lot of spring cleaning done. Thanks to all of you who left me comments over the weekend. I know you were busy doing other stuff- as was I. I do attempt to post daily, if not more than daily. There is so much to write about especially, in the oddities of life department. -Shakespere-

In Californai, a pet store owner is calling a police sergeant a hero for saving her from the coils of a 12-foot Burmese python. The owner had reached into a cage to show the huge snake to a customer when it bit her right hand and coiled around her left arm to throw her to the floor.A friend who happened to be at the store kept the snake off her neck and body while police were called.

Global auction house Sotheby's failed to sell a 72.22-carat, "D" flawless white diamond at its Asian sales last week. They blame it on a possible sign of weakness in the global diamond trade.

Prince William landed a Royal Air Force helicopter in the garden of the parents of his girlfriend Kate Middleton. The Ministry of defense defended his actions, saying he achieved essential training objectives. (Training for what?)

A strong aftershock shook Southern Illinois just three days after a magnitude 5.2 quake rattled the region. Geologists say the temblor just before 12:40 a.m. registered 4.5 magnitude. It's epicenter was in the same area as Friday's early morning earthquake .

Oil prices spiked to a record above $117 a barrel on Monday after a Japanese oil tanker was attacked off the east coast of Yemen. This means that gas prices, which are already over $3.40/gallon, will soon hit $3.50. The UN is warning that this is affecting food prices world-wide. Do the big oil pumpers in the Mid-East care?

Photo of the day
Maybe you have seen this one circulating on the internet.

It's ALL hers!! She owns the land, the main house, all four guest houses, the river, the golf course, the tennis court, the basketball court, plus alimony and child support!! Her total settlement is over $150,000,000.00 making this the LARGEST divorce settlement in history.

Who is she?



Anonymous said...

Sort of reminds me of 'Neverland"

Anonymous said...

Bet MJ's happy to let that one go

Anonymous said...

You really make it seem so easy along with your presentation but I
find this topic to be really one thing that I feel I might by no means understand.
It kind of feels too complex and extremely wide for me.
I am taking a look ahead on your next submit, I will try to get
the hold of it!

Stop by my weblog cheap truck insurance rates

Find it Here

Custom Search