Thursday, September 07, 2006

Woman Goodies


tips for a woman when looking for good man

1. It is important that a man helps you around the house and has a job.

2. It is important that a man makes you laugh.

3. It is important to find a man you can count on and doesn‘t lie to you.

4. It is important that a man loves you and spoils you.

5. It is important that these four men don‘t know each other.



[Got this in an e-mail on September 6, 2006, from Sister-in-law.]

Monday, September 04, 2006

Watch Out, They're Coming to a Place Near You

We've had these critters digging in our flower beds since we had beds. One time Mrs. Jim caught Moma and three babies digging there for worms.

She shooed them away, they didn't shoo very good or very fast. They all sorta' waddled through the front yard and accross the street.

For a picture and description, see Wikipedia (link).

The armadillo is waddling its way north (link):
"Robert Dibrell: Chronicle Illustration

Sept. 4, 2006, 1:24AM
They're makin' tracks
The armadillo, that official small mammal of Texas, is waddling its way north; maybe the grass really is greener there

Copyright 2006 Houston Chronicle

The official small mammal of Texas is becoming a Yankee.
Blame global warming. Or maybe just wanderlust.

Texans feel proprietary about the armored mammal, but we hardly have a monopoly on its range. It's not even a native.

The nine-banded armadillo, the most prolific of the 20 species of armadillo and the only one to live in the United States, crossed the Rio Grande about 150 years ago.

In recent years, though, it has been spotted as far north as Illinois.
'I don't know exactly how they get here,' said Joyce Hofmann, a research scientist with the Illinois Natural History Survey's center for wildlife and plant ecology. 'I don't know if they're really surviving and breeding here.'

But she has gathered more than 100 reports of sightings, mostly roadkill, since 1999.

A few have been found as far north as Chicago, but most have been in southern Illinois.

Emboldened by the disappearance of its predators, the 'dillo spread first across the Southeast and now is marching through the Midwest, where the biggest threat isn't bobcats and foxes but freezing weather." [Continue the article]

Sunday, September 03, 2006

Got this e-mail about a very noxious virous, better watch for it!

I thought you would want to know about this e-mail virus. Even the most advanced programs from Norton or McAfee cannot take care of this one.

It appears to affect those who were born prior to 1965.


1. Causes you to send the same e-mail twice.

Done that!

2. Causes you to send a blank e-mail!

Done that too!

3. Causes you to send e-mail to the wrong person.


4. Causes you to send it back to the person who sent it to you.

Who me?

5 Causes you to forget to attach the attachment.

Well darn!

6. Causes you to hit "SEND" before you‘ve finished.

Oh no - not again!

7. Causes you to
hit "DELETE" instead of "SEND."

and I just hate that!

8. Causes you to hit "SEND" when you should "DELETE."

Oh No!


From: Sister-in-law

Subject: Fwd: The Unstoppable Virus]

To: [a lot of us]

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