Friday, March 07, 2008

Now that's what I call a birdie

Sometimes the jokes just fall into your lap.

Needless to say, this blog strongly disapproves of cruelty to animals, especially endangered species. What do you think humans are for?

Meanwhile, the Yahoo News site continues to be a source of endless entertainment. Another article from the site informs me that scientists have discovered that the Grand Canyon is at least ten million years older than it's usually considered to be. That's about 2,628,000,000,000 missed photo ops. No word yet on how old John McCain actually is.

5 comments:

km said...

Or an eagle. Har har.

Cheshire Cat said...

And that's supposed to be evil, while mechanized slaughter is not... Moral orthodoxy is quaint.

Chevalier said...

Well, maybe West Virginia needs to start golf lessons in schools now (http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/08/us/08hunting.html).

Falstaff said...

km: Groan! And after all the effort I put into resisting that one.

cat: Yes, it is, isn't it? Though, if you think about it, so is golf.

chevalier: Yes, I saw that one. Did you see the one about the bill to allow people to carry handguns on campus? I suppose it's the Republican answer to the unemployment problem. No Child Left Alive.

Anonymous said...

I am quite curious to know how you arrived that the 'number' considering the probability of your picking a number at random is highly unlikely, but then deviations can always be made...so what says you?