Saturday, September 26, 2009

Pulp of the Day - "Soft Bodies for the Nazi's Hall of the Living Dead!"

Pulp of the Day Blog is highly recommended - check it out:
Leave an entry for the caption contest..
I love the character on the right grasping the victim's thigh.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

It was a fun Labor Day

I may - or may not - have saved this spunky gopher from the Jaws of Death...
Girly is a tiny cat and an excellent hunter. Gophers are like mini beavers - all teeth, and very feisty. Girly had a hard time delivering the coup de grace because the gopher was fighting back. The gopher did not appear to be seriously wounded so I put it under a woodpile to recover. It was such a spunky lil' bastard I thought it deserved a second chance. (Of course, if there was a gopher snake under the woodpile, I didn't do the gopher any favor.) Mind, if the gopher had been the little digging demon of the lettuce patch who ate a row of parsley, I would have cheerfully delivered the coup de grace myself!
The camera amplifies all the background noise, but you can hear the gopher chattering his teeth. So cute!

Monday, September 7, 2009

Charles Laughton, The Great Ham

This is a very cute, fluffy, highly enjoyable film where Laughton plays a distinguished stage actor and even greater ham. Maybe he played himself.

Friday, September 4, 2009

The Big Book Of Lesbian Horse Stories

"When these Sapphic sisters saddle up, ecstasy is only a heartbeat away."

Buy your copy today!!!
Won't this perpetuate the myth that women like to ride astride for the - ahem - stimulating effects?

Horse o' The Week - Section D Welsh Cob

A great description here:
Section D Welsh Cob Mare

Section D Welsh Cob Stallion


Thursday, September 3, 2009

Olivier Latry plays opening chant at Mass at Notre Dame

Olivier Latry, one of the best organists in the world, is one of three organists of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. The organist cannot directly see the cantor or chorus, so watches them via video or a mirror.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

One Guinea Pig in the Hand is Worth Two in the...?

Guinea Pigs are entertaining animals who speak with funny squeaks and whistles. I used to have several and when I came home from work, would be greeted with a chorus of  "Wheek!Wheek! Wheek!" all demanding food of course. They are a favored food source in the Andes.  Peruvian restaturants are getting popular in the USA - I wonder if they serve guinea pig? I'd try it if it was on a menu.   The babies are born with teeth, fur and their eyes fully open, they can eat adult food almost immediately.  There is nothing cuter!
This little fellow was very mellow!