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January 07, 2014


The 30-foot maple had a 4-inch knob near its base that reminded the 88-year-old World War II veteran of a certain part of the human anatomy.

(Thanks to Ned Tugent)


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At 88 maybe he can't find it anymore.

It's a woodpecker.

Oh yes, it also had to be in Johnson City.

slow news day?

more like frozen news day.

That could be the work of a yellow-bellied sapsucker. Those type prefer hard wood.

Whole new meaning of "sporting wood". And of course it's from Johnson City!

Now all it needs is ballsa.

Wait, they censored a tree?

Morning wood?

Lawrence is way too close and smiling way too much for my liking.

I agree with Hogs...it's like old dudes quit competing 'down below,' and start vying for the biggest set of teeth. Or longest eyebrow hair. Or bushiest ears....Or perviest smile.

Big news in the big city.


More like the 4 inch knob had a 30 foot maple

At least it wasn't another "40 tips for surviving the vast winter catastrophe" story. Or "Governor Snyder says it's only funny until someone gets frozen".

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