Teh Squeaky Wheel
Dayum…a cat burglar that’s a real cat!
Cats-trickier than commonly known.
The site banner would make a good tee shirt.
OK, my winning caption for tonite’s contest: “Heck, if we could find my car keys we could drive out of here!”
I know that punchline. 😉
Happy Friday, Gerbil Nation!
It’s hard to believe that two days ago I was eating lobster eggs benedict in a shaded courtyard in Key West, with chickens running about the place.
I guess it’s time to do laundry, put things away, and prepare to face the coming school year.
Thanks for reminding me that I need to do some laundry, too, Paddy!
What date do you have to report back?
We report back on the 29th, but I’ll go in next week to set-up my room and make copies of stuff for the first week back.
Possible image for Sven’s winning caption:
You guys are NAUGHTY!
Duracell batteries are the worst junk you can buy. I just looked inside an illuminated magnifier I have and found the batteries covered with corrosion. They were Duracells dated for 2013. The only thing that surprised me was that I had not thrown these batteries away years ago when I threw away the other Duracells, including unopened packages that had years before their expiration dates. I have a long list of flashlights, radios, tools, and other electronics that have been ruined or damaged by batteries and almost all of them were Duracells. These were not flashlights kept in a hot car or garage but ones kept in a house that is air conditioned 24/7. I am sure they would have replaced the bad batteries but I can’t afford to use free batteries that will ruin electronics or lights costing hundreds of dollars as Duracells do. I keep dozens of each size battery on hand in case of emergencies and I buy only the best. I do not use batteries until they run flat but replace them as soon as they show signs of weakening or approach their date. I now only buy RayoVac or Energizer. These have been excellent. I will never buy a Duracell again.
Here is a package of Duracells I bought. The pictures were taken in late 2010 and you can see on the lower left of the package the date is 2015, but already two of the batteries are covered with corrosion and leakage in the package. I thought this might have been a bad lot or bad handling but in the years since I have seen so many items soiled by Duracell batteries of different sizes and dates that I now consider this typical of the brand. You might be better off with the cheapest junk generics but you are certainly better off with any other name brand.
Mad Mac is not happy. Mad Mac is ranting on Facebook and on other forums.
I saw that movie. It was pretty good. You’re a good actor, if a little anti-Semitic.
I want to hear more, but first you will blow me!