Teh Squeaky Wheel
Happy Caturday, GN!
Need. Moar. Coffee.
CLEVELAND (AP) — A brawl that started over spilled punch at a kindergarten graduation ceremony Friday resulted in the arrest of eight people, authorities said. Police were called when one participant pulled out a pipe and another a hammer.
Serving a beverage called “punch” probably encourages a culture of violence. Therefore, it should be banned, tightly regulated and/or require a background check. Not to mention a waiting period to purchase rainbow sherbet and club soda.
Two teenage girls apparently started hitting each other at Michael R. White Elementary School, and their families joined in, Cleveland police Cmdr. Wayne Drummond said. The fight involved adults and minors, he said.
I couldn’t be more proud of the place where I grew-up.
Cleveland rocks. Ian Hunter.
Sooo, were the teenage girls the graduates or the mothers?
Happy Caturday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa and Sven!
Coffee? Yes, I think I will have some! Maybe even some waffles.
Speaking of which, I should probably get to making them.
OK, Paddy, we’ll just leave you alone so you can enjoy your waffles!
Tried a new recipe from FoodNetwork.com -- five star reviews. phhht! My modification of a basic Bisquik recipe is better, easier, and faster.
Wanna see some pictures of Jerry’s latest project?
I knew you would. Look carefully at the first four pictures to see if you can spot the factory errors. Hint: more than 3.
Things look a little warped/bowed to me and there’s a weird ghostly looking image in the glass. Scary, that. The last picture, looks like it was installed backwards and opens the wrong way?
I do like the flagstone porch.
Great windows, Jerrie! Did you order them that way on purpose? In the fourth picture, what are those black things near the bottom on each side?
Want to see some purdy sprang pitchers?
Here ya go:
The tree in the center is a tri-color Beech. The leaves start out as deep purple centers with bright pink edges and gradually change to light green centers with white edges. The tree to its right is a purple fountain beech.
The poor ol’ willow oak suffered during last summer’s derecho. I had to save it by having almost all of the center removed to keep it from splitting in half.
Love the tri-color beech.