Thursday, August 26, 2010

Here we go again



There might not be a lot of posts over the next few months. I'll get Axen and Axen (2) posted when I can!

9 comments:

ponydogwoman said...

Where are the trees?

Chainey said...

Ponydogwoman: possibly there are radical vegans in the neighbourhood who have stripped them bare of leaves and thereby killed them.

However, we also know there is at least one radical carnivore in the neighbourhood, which is why you don't see any cows or sheep either.

blogblog said...

It seems that some of the Japanese longevity claims may actually be due to the fact that the deaths of many of the elderley simply aren't being reported by relatives.

http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/many-japanese-centenarians-may-be-dead/story-e6frfku0-1225910696012

Emily Deans, M.D. said...

I saw that story a few weeks ago, blogblog. Rest assured if my grandmother were alive and frisky at 100+ we would not lose track of her! Also would not collect the pension for her mummified remains. Bad form to lose/abuse grandma!

Peter said...

Chainey, actually, the sheep ate the vegans..... No comment about where the sheep ended up.

Peter

grubinski said...

Buying a house, or selling one? Nice Miata! Looks like mine might be the same year, it's the same color....

water said...

Diabetes Update blog seeks help translating basic lowcarb info:

https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=30206473&postID=5045386229962502492

Peter said...

Hi water,

yes, anyone who does more than English might like to help...

grubinski, well one day I took the MX for 1000 mile drive and half way through someone offered me a job with a middle class salary. Have to do some work some time so it's sell the house, buy a house and do some more hours than I do at the moment. There's lots of other stuff happening too so we're off south again. "R" reg, not sure which year that is but an elderly mark 1. Small engine and not a lot of breaking power. But still a very fun car to drive. My toddler son insisted we got a car with pop-up eyes and no lid....

Peter

"Guppy" Honaker said...

Hey Petro,

I just finished reading most of your blog (it's a lot to read!). It's wonderful. And my animals will benefit from it.

I hope you come back to blogging soon.


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