Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Southern Fried Stings - What A Show

I have been sitting here, blogging, and half heartedly watching this show called Southern Fried Stings. I missed just who are what are the folks in this group of do-gooders. I guess they are sort of vigilantes who go out and make citizens' arrests or who at least gather evidence then call in the cops to make arrests. All I can say is that each time I look up, one of them is getting knocked on his butt or belted in the face or being hit in the head by condoms full of urine (yes - pee filled condoms that were being sold, by a transvestite right outside a parole office, to parolees to pass drug testing). It is one heck of a wild show. Next time I have it on, I will not be blogging but intently watching.

Oh yeah, its on Verizon's channel 183 in my neck of the woods, something called truTV. I am not sure I ever watched anything on this channel before but I will be checking it now and then from now on.

All the best,
Glenn B

The Tsunami - A Video Link

Tonight, my brother-in-law sent me a link to a video about the Tsunami that hit Japan. I saw some stuff on the news over the days after it happened but never saw anything like this footage. It is several minutes long but I think it is worth the watch.

The power of nature to cause devastation that it shows is truly awesome. It depicts what surely must have been actual loss of life though you do not see anyone actually die because you see it from a bird's eye view but you just know some of the people seen are doomed. They are in cars and trucks and they say one guy is running from it (but it actually looks to me as if he is on a motorcycle he is moving so fast). I am just letting you know so you can choose to watch or not. here is the link:


Sorry but there was no way to embed it.

Why am I posting this at this late date. It is never to late to wake up and be prepared. How can you prepare for this? have a plan to evacuate. Have grab and go supplies. If you are ever in any area where they even hint that a Tsunami may be on its way toward you, all I can say is do yourself a favor and get to high ground if you have the time. If not, well - as for me - I would get to the top of the highest point I could reach and hope for the best.

Mind you the point is not to just be prepared for a Tsunami, be ready for whatever can happen. If you do survive the initial onset of any such disaster be it a Tsunami, a hurricane, a volcanic eruption, an earthquake, a forest fire, civil unrest - whatever - you will be much better off if you have a plan and some supplies to get you through the next few to several days.

All the best,
Glenn B

Wow, 11PM and No Blog Post Yet

I'll try to think of something soon but only got home from work at about 930PM. Oh well!

All the best,