'Nother Round Up
I thought pipelines were bad things:
Derailed Saskatchewan train spills more than 91,000 litres of oil
The Illustrated and Explained Caber Toss, right here in Knuckledraggerland, too.
The Scottish are coming. Hurrah! Hurrah!
This is, well, sad and a bit funny.
Man kills himself inside Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris
So, does that increase his chances of going to heaven or diminish them? (I know. I know. I'm bad, and that's a sick joke. Poor man.)
Speaking of freshly departed Frenchmen: Depardieu, Newly a Russian, Will Play Frenchman in Chechnya
"Mr. Depardieu made it clear that his strident antitax sentiments had not eased, despite his qualification as a Russian tax resident for a flat 13 percent income tax levy. Speaking in English, he used an expletive to describe taxes in Britain, which he said had prompted film directors to leave that country."
And, Australia gets it's own L'Anse aux Meadows?
1000-year-old coins found in Northern Territory may rewrite Australian history
"Australian scientist Ian McIntosh, currently Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University in the US, is planning an expedition in July that has stirred up the archaeological community.
The scientist wants to revisit the location where five coins were found in the Northern Territory in 1944 that have proven to be 1000 years old, opening up the possibility that seafarers from distant countries might have landed in Australia much earlier than what is currently believed."
Trust a Democrat:
Boxer uses Okla. tornado to push carbon tax
Yup. I'd let him have his way:
Prehistoric crocodiles ruled the roost in South America, study finds