Friday, November 09, 2007

The Month in Pictures: October 2007

Random Friday Thoughts

In a nod to my hectic work schedule (though I'll classify this as part of re-branding), the Week in Pictures (WiP) has been rechristened as the Month in Pictures (MiP) from now on. In keeping with current trends, I'm going to classify this as a "Green Initiative" in that it allows me to conserve 75% of the energy I used to spend each month writing this.

It's raining. And cold. And the leaves have finally begun changing. I really enjoy this time of year. The only problem is this: I'm about to fall asleep at my desk.

So let's move on to the WiP...erm...I mean MiP


A woman is still shaking her head in puzzlement after her boyfriend's proposal. "I wondered what he meant when he hinted at buying me a 5,000 karat engagement ring," she said.


Zoologists in the Arctic have stumbled on the novel method that Polar Bears use to keep each other warm.


Scientists are no closer to learning if a bear sh*ts in the woods, but they have confirmed that gorillas do.


Police divers believe that they've found the head belonging to a scarecrow that was decapitated on Halloween night.


A heated debate broke out during a recent school board meeting dedicated to the debate over the merits of Sox education in Boston area schools.


The Tin Man is facing a misdemeanor count of voyeurism after getting caught looking up Dorothy's skirt.


Santa Claus is trying to recapture his enthusiasm for the holiday season by hiring a new batch of elves.


In entertainment news, yet another report emerged this week that Elvis is still alive after a tourist snapped this shot while vacationing in Hawaii.


And a beleaguered Britney Spears showed the judge this photo of her at her new night job in her efforts to prove her fitness as a mother.


A woman was treated and released for injures suffered when an ice cream cone got stuck to her head.


Doctors believe that they've discovered the source of tinnitus.


A man cancelled his plans to climb Mt. Everest with a group of friends after waking up and learning that they'd already decided to eat him should they become stranded.


The night sky will be noticeably less romantic after a group of children that had been encouraged to "shoot for the stars" wound up accidentally hitting a few of them.


The end.