Happy Father's Day
I offer a couple of images from last night's outing in Covington. We love old Covington.
Covington - June 16, 2012
Grilled Pork Chops - New Orleans Food & Spirits - June 16, 2012
And three more from this morning: The squirrel is doing complex mathematical formulas in his head while eating what the birds are dropping for him. He will figure out how to get on the new feeder before long. He hasn't failed in that endeavor yet.
New CrabAppleLane Feeder - June 17, 2012
CrabAppleLane Squirrel - June 17, 2012
CrabAppleLane Backyard - June 17, 2012
Speaking of fathers on this Father's Day: When this guy heard his daughter screaming, I'm sure his adrenalin red-lined. When he saw why she was screaming, I'm sure his rage red-lined, too. By all means, fully investigate his story. If nothing is found to dispute it, though, no charges should be brought. If there is father or daughter on the jury, there would be no chance of conviction.
My iPhone's auto-correct feature turned "dealership" into "fleshpot". Is that cool or what?
About today's QOTD: Buying a PSL (Personal Seat License) is definitely a bigger ripoff than buying stock in the Packers but only by a matter of degree.
80 days until football season ...
5 song iTunes shuffle:
- Ooh Baby Baby - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - AM Gold: The Mid-'60s
- Pastures New - Nickel Creek - Nickel Creek
- On Fire - Van Halen - Van Halen
- Rock 'n' Roll Singer - AC/DC - High Voltage
- Someday We'll Be Together - The Supremes - The Ultimate Collection
Quote of the Day
And so the folks in the Bay Area who will be paying anywhere from $2,000 to $80,000 per chair for the privilege/obligation of thereafter buying season tickets every year should understand that, unlike the folks who purchased stock* from the Packers, the PSL represents an ass-in-seat asset that may appreciate or diminish based on whether and to what extent the 49ers flourish or fail in the future.
Mike Florio, PFT
Blog of the day is here.
Quote from said blog: "While this Father's Day is not my first as a father, for the first time I really thought about Father's Day. I think it is because for the first time on Father's Day, my own father is no longer around. Sure there are signs all-around of his presence and the memories, but it is just not the same, and never will be again."