Thursday, July 14, 2011
Six "super cool" discoveries made using Google Earth. True dat.
Hey, slugger, long time, no yak with.
So, I see you're still up to your old tricks. Ardently supporting gay rights. Closely following the British tabloids. Believing a female has a hope in hell of acquiring the presidency. Good stuff, all!
By the way, I've got that new rainbow banner that you requested ready. Are you sure you want the new logo to be "Tigerhawk's Blog -- Where Gay Lovers Meet!"? I thought you and your new 'guest blogger' (wink-wink) were going to tone it down until the divorce went through.
As you can see, I haven't lost my delicate sense of humor. :)
Also, I don't know if you been tab-dumping any of my latest Maggie's posts, but I've really been on a roll lately. Magellan was a lie. Columbus wasn't first. The OJ jury was right. The extremely unique site I opened the other day, "Doc's Secrets". And for those interested in the concept of intelligent life on other worlds, last night's post was another nail in the coffin in the against argument.
Where were we?
Oh, right, Google Earth. I'm surprised there aren't any comments. It's a fabulous program, and every word of that article rang true. I've discovered a couple of bizarre things (both deep inside China -- imagine that!) myself. If you're into it, check
this out. I've just opened it.
Stay loose, goose,