Friday, July 09, 2010
Thank you for marrying me my dear, and many happy returns..
Tony Lucas in New Zealand writes: Please wish your Dear Wife the Happiest of days for her birthday and may the year bring her much good fortune - from all us of the NZ CFZ.
As you know, Oll has been working on the archiving project since early February 2009 and he is now working on a general mish-mash of a section known as `General Forteana`. This fifteench collection once again really is a general mishmash of completely uncategoriseable stuff, including the a woman who thinks that she is a duck, a girl disembowelled by a paddling pool, and an ingenious phalarope. It doesn't get much better than this. Good stuff.
Thought u might like this (feel free to post).
It's a beasty I found in a pool of water in our garden the other day, on his back half dead. I picked it up and placed it on a piece of paper, and after about 40 minutes of drying off he was on his way.
I placed a 50p next to it for scale.
AUSTRALIAN scientists have unearthed the remains of a small bizarre, prehistoric, sabre-toothed cat in an ancient former rainforest, where specimens stretch back 25 million years.
Lead paleontologist Henk Godthelp said it was the first time the carnivore - with fangs half the length of its skull, which fits into the palm of an adult human hand - had been seen in Australia, calling it an exciting and unique discovery."It's sort of like a native cat with a broad flattish head with large canines," Dr Godthelp said. "It's an animal we don't think we've seen before up at Riversleigh, so it was quite a nice find for us."--
Penguin back in zoo after kidnap
Wildwood has mounted a "24 hour love patrol" to watch Britain's most dangerous & energetic lovers.
'800,000-year-old Britons' revealed
24 Hour Love Patrol sounds like a song by Barry White...
I'm Bcc'ing this to those in my address book who may be interested. I'll be on Coast to Coast tonight (friday) with host George Noory, discussing my new book (co-written with good friend and "Big Bird" author Ken Gerhard) which is titled "Monsters of Texas."
The time will be midnight to 2AM Central Time, and here's the link for more info: