This Week’s Not So Nasty News
. . . . from John, awaiting Nancy’s draft of her week’s news.
I enjoy science sayings, puns, and jokes, periodically. Looking for something funny this week, I found this photo that made the cut:
In India, a train went 160 km – in the wrong direction.
Near Cheyenne, Wyoming, big-rig trucks were tipped over by high winds.
In Green Bay, the Packers failed to score in a game that lasted 3 hours and 20 minutes. Fans in the Bavarian Bierhaus got free beer for the entire time.
The big issue in the U. S. seems to be whether press secretary Sarah Sanders baked a chocolate pecan pie, or not. I don’t know, but do make one from a recipe hand written by my mother, that looks just like Sarah’s photo. Usually, I eat the chocolate before it gets to the pie.
And this video of Popocatépetl says something about something – just not sure what.
Link, if needed
And, finally, for this week, and my favorite, there is the story from Prince Rupert, B. C., of Hammy the buck, after Rudolf, likely the most famous deer in the world.
Story of Hammy
Morning here on the Naneum Fan is not so nice. A cold mist limits visibility to about 100 yards. One of the outside cats has eaten. Birds are about – looking of Sunflower seeds. I need to put on warm gear and feed them and the horses. After that we’ll have a sausage link and an egg.
And that, for this week, is the not so nasty news.