Saturday, September 29, 2012

Useless Information

Did you know:

In the State of Washington, they have a law on their books which states, if you are driving into a town with ‘criminal intentions’, you are required to call the local Police Chief first before entering  .

Open Blog - Weekend

And justice for all.

Friday, September 28, 2012

Four for Fridays

Hello everyone! Welcome back to Four for Fridays after another crazy and busy week. It seems that there is no rested for the wicked..... Just sayin'. Anyways, here are some questions for you.

1) Would you rather have money or love?

2) Do you know how to drive a vehicle with manual transmission?

3)  What have you done to make a difference in someone’s life?

4)  Do you like buffet restaurants?

Enjoy your weekend!

No Hands Driving

What happens when there's technical problems with one of these?

Open Blog - Friday

Simply marvelous, again!

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Open Blog - Thursday

Have a productive and peaceful and profitable and preposterous day.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

"Amazing mind reader reveals his 'gift'"

Please be careful, my dears, of what you post online.

By the way, I would never use fraudulent means to give clients readings. I don't have minions working online to feed me information about a person. I could never afford minions. More importantly, I don't have to. My crystal ball and my psychic powers are all that I need to do my job. I can even work without the ball, it just takes more concentration.

NY Post

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my fabulous friends!  How are you?  More trees are turning colors every day.  More shed their leaves.  It’s beginning to look like fall.  The temperatures feel like it, too.  I must say that whoever did the plantings and maintenance in downtown Racine this year did a grand job.  The flowers, grasses and greenery were beautiful all summer long.  That must have taken a lot of watering during our drought.  Thank you to all who put their efforts into it.

The Green Bay Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks game last night made national news.  Our majestic and admirable Packers were the victims of the substitute referees’ incompetence.  I’m quite sure that we will have to live with the loss.  Dear Pack, don’t let this get you down.  Fight! Fight! Fight! Use the defeat to fire your ire against the New Orleans Saints this Sunday, Sept. 30, at 3:25 p.m., in Lambeau Field.  If the substitute officials continue to blow calls, don’t be surprised if some “outside interference” affects the game.  Something has to be done to counteract the NFL’s negativity.  I’m positively sure of that.

Here’s a related story in the Mt. Pleasant Patch: "Packers Fans Call for National Boycott of NFL,"

Until now, I have kept my mouth shut publicly concerning “Mr. Racine,” Mark Eickhorst, the part time supervisor who drove one of the jail inmates on a work detail to the inmate’s girlfriend’s home, where the inmate allegedly beat her.  He’s called “Mr. Racine” because he has a weekend radio show on WRJN.  Until now, I haven’t said anything about the sheer stupidity and irresponsibility of Mr. Eickhorst’s actions.  “Mr. Racine?”  Harrumph!  I guess even the criminal element deserves a representative.  I’m quite sure that Mr. Eickhorst’s connections to Mr. Mayor Dickert prevented him from being charged with a crime.  It really upsets me to see the law perverted like that.  It upsets me even more than the blown call in Monday’s Packer game.  I know that our city can do so much better.  We the people, the real Mr. and Mrs. Racine, don’t deserve the corruption that we receive from our local “representatives.”

I will not end my blog on a negative note.  Instead, I’ll tell you a gypsy joke.

Q: Why do gypsy men walk funny?
A: Because they have crystal balls.

Oh dear, shame on me.  I hope you enjoyed the joke and the blog today.  Thank you for stopping by and spending a little time with me.  I love new visitors and readers.

Q: Where do gypsies go to get their fortunes told?

Enjoy the outdoors while we still can.  Be watchful for school buses and children on the road.  Dusk comes earlier and earlier each day.  Sorry, I can’t make it to the impromptu get-together tomorrow.  Have a very good time, my dears. Rugose!    

For Lizardmom

The picture is from I thought of Lizardmom as soon as I saw it.

Open Blog - Wednesday

Simply marvelous!

Monday, September 24, 2012

Texting While Driving


Wisconsin's first homicide by texting while driving prosecution ended Friday with a Sun Prairie woman receiving a year in prison for the death of a UW-Madison student on East Johnson Street in 2010.

"I know my apology is hard to accept, but it comes from the deepest part of my heart," she said.
this is the woman who orginally told police it was his fault because he was on the road when she it hit him

In addition to prison and extended supervision, Ehlke ordered Kanoff to spend 100 hours speaking to young people learning to drive and other groups about the dangers of texting while driving. He also ordered that she not drive with a phone that's turned on in the driver's area of a car. She will also have to take a driving safety course to get her license back after a mandatory yearlong revocation.

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A jury has convicted a Wisconsin woman of homicide by negligent driving for writing a text message before a fatal crash. Source: JSOnline

Wisconsin has passed a law it is illegal to “text” while driving.

When a death is caused because of texting, do you feel the individual doing the texting should receive prison time and how much?

JSOnline Article        Wisconsin State Journal

Open Blog - Monday

That lady really needs dental work.