Thursday, March 4, 2010

The Squirrel's Nut Cache - 3/4/2010

The Nut Cache - a collection of recent things I found interesting, or amusing, or nutworthy.

This article describes a terrible brutal attack. That isn't amusing at all. But, if you read all the way through to the end, you'll see that the jailers have had to turn away this guy's patients while he's been in jail. Talk about patient loyalty!

Why don't we stay in jail for the next nut. In fact, let us stay in Kentucky. I'm pretty much in favor of the 2nd Amendment rights of individuals, but, having said that, I admit that there are some people who should never be given a gun... or a badge and a gun.

Oh, sure. One more jail story! Jail is not where you want to spend your wedding night. My advice? Do not get drunk and try to drive over your new spouse's old lovers. Just sayin'...


And the Rodent Uprising continues. While many of our UK cousins might think that their Parliament, like our Congress, is full of rats, it turns out that the place the rats are meeting is actually infested with mice. Actually, the problem seems to be with the whole of London's West End.

Who knew? But there seem to have been a whole rash of attacks by lost Emus. (See here & here) From Pennsylvania to Texas, these large, flightless birds have been causing havoc. Most have been Tazed and captured, but at least one emu in Texas has died. I'd say, "Watch the skies!" but they are flightless birds, so, "Watch the... highways!"

Enough nuttiness for now! Until next time...

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4 comments:

Craig and Heather said...

welcome back my friend.

You still got it!

Sounds like that deputy watched too many Andy Griffeth shows!

Craig

Herding Grasshoppers said...

You're BACK!

and what a bunch of nuts...

Julie

Rabbit said...

Lagomorphs rejoice. The Squirrel is back. :)

re mice in the hallowed halls of Parliament - I've been calling them congressvermin for a while now...

Herding Grasshoppers said...

Ha ha ha!

Rabbit, when are you going to get a blog of your own? You'd do well.