You may also note on the inferior row of related videos, there is a nicely put video argument utilizing the "precautionary principle" which also comes down on the side of the hoaxers. These guys are playing for keeps. I wonder if we could make the game more interesting by having penalties for being wrong.
A correspondent of my brother forwarded this picture entitled The Four Bottles of Life. I'm not sure that it is a complete story though. Perhaps in Wisconsin. It seems to me that at least 5 if not 6 bottles should be pictured. I am suggesting maybe a small bottle of Captain Morgan and a normal size bottle of Kendall-Jackson Chardonnay, just before the last one of course.
I couldn't resist copying this cover when I saw it. Every time I come across it in iPhoto I say to myself "Think of a Caption" but then I get distracted. The couple do remind me of some of my left-leaning friends, but I'm not sure why.
Here is my entry for the funny t-shirt contest. This beauty was given to me by my brother Russ. All I had to do was comment nicely on it while he was wearing it: I was delighted when it came in the mail a week or two later. Just in case you are having trouble reading this it says: “Practice safe lunch, use a condiment”.
I believe this is an ironic take-off or put-down or snark-piece or something on the long-running ad campaign about safe sex and condom use, but even if it is not the t-shirt is still funny. I wonder why extensive population control measures have not led to a decline in population? Perhaps the reason is similar to the observation that seat belts in cars did cut down on injuries and deaths but not as much as might be expected because of the problem of even more reckless driving while wearing them. That is a little bit of my wrinkly neck above the t-shirt.