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September 18, 2020

ROSH HASHANAH

To all the fine blogfolks who belong to the tribe: L'shanah tovah. (Hebrew for "Auld lang syne.")

WHY DIDN'T WE THINK OF THIS?

Russia Declares Venus a Russian Planet

(Thanks to Howard from Broward, who says "They need to be stopped before they claim Uranus.")

YOU'RE NOT EVEN SAFE *OUT* OF THE WATER

'Cannibal fish' with huge teeth terrifies walker as it lunges to bite him on beach

(Thanks to John Lobert, who says "This is why they located New Zealand close to Australia.")

ATTENTION, PARENTS OF KYRGYZSTAN:

Keep your children indoors. We are not kidding.

(Thanks to John Lobert)

IN THAT CASE, MA'AM...

Enid woman arrested after leading officers on chase, claiming she had to have bowel movement and it was her birthday

(Thanks to John Lobert)

'WHAT POLE, OFFICER?'

Two men caught with stolen power pole on SUV in Jacksonville

(Thanks to pharmaross)

Update: Upon further review, it turns out that this item is from 2017. Judi has of course been fired.

'SURPRISING EVERYONE'

In a new study, an Australian-led team has for the first time confirmed what actually happens to those calcium atoms: surprising everyone, the calcium goes underneath both the upper graphene sheet and a lower 'buffer' sheet, 'floating' the graphene on a bed of calcium atoms.

(Thanks to Jim Kenaston)

AUSTRALIA....

Even the trees will hurt you.

(Thanks to Al Barkafski, Godot51, Woozy Barnes and The Perts)

BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETIN

Making a knife out of frozen human feces is not an effective way to make a knife.

(Thanks to Kevin Smith)

AT LEAST IT'S SPELLED CORRECTLY

Sign welcoming people to Dania Beach actually located in Hollywood

(Thanks to pharmaross)

FORTUNATELY THERE'S NOTHING TO COLLIDE WITH UP THERE

A Canadian man has been charged with dangerous driving for allegedly taking a nap while his self-driving Tesla car clocked up more than 90mph

(Thanks to Barry Nester, pharmaross and Rod Nunley)

AS THE JOKE GOES, YOU DON'T HAVE TO OUTRUN THE BEAR

This is a video from Glacier National Park in Montana of a group of hikers that encounter a grizzly bear, prompting them to all run in different directions screaming, which is apparently exactly what you’re NOT supposed to do, as it may “trigger a natural predator-prey attack response.”

(Thanks to John Lobert)

 
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