Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Benny Hinn is Nuts



I am a little bit slack at the moment with blogging. I haven't really had a lot of time on my computer to make some nice photos for you guys out there in blog land. Pictures are worth a thousand words and they are easier to look at than a bunch of words don't you think?

So anyway, here is a photo. It is a sign posted on one of the last venues for the Cold War. The border between North and South Korea. The sign is 54 years old this year. Happy Birthday sign!

I also thought I would include a bunch of words. Just for the hell of it, why not?

A moth flew on to my cactus at work. I don't think it realised that a cactus is prickly. It stuck fast to the cactus and is now frozen in time on the top. I don't think it will make the same mistake next time... Does anyone want to see a photo? I am thinking of posting it next time. Money will be accepted to not post! Don't you feel a bit sorry for moths? They are the poor cousin of the butterfly. The butterfly gets all those amazing colours and people ooh and aah when they see them. The biggest reaction I ever saw for a moth was a screaming fit from a friend of mine. Moths get a raw deal. It must stop!




Recently I have become horribly addicted to Licorice Allsorts. The funny thing is that I hate licorice. But the allsort bit seems to cancel out the horrible licorice flavour leaving my tastebuds nothing but sugary goodness. Mmmmm. The problem is that I tend to eat about four and feel quite ill. I walk away swearing that I won't eat anymore, but everytime I see that packet... It's the Allsort's fault I tell you!



San Nakji for President!

7 comments:

Keshi said...

I loathe Licorice.

**It stuck fast to the cactus and is now frozen in time on the top.

no ways! awwwwww :*(

Keshi.

Oricon Ailin said...

I don't like licorice either. It's pretty nasty. Now, I'll eat those cherry flavoured Twizzler thingies...but not that real licorice stuff. ICK!!

And, I happen to think moths are pretty cool. We have giant moths here called Moon Moths. They grow to be about 8 inches across. Like a bird. It's freaky!! They are totally harmless but will scare the bejeebies outta ya!

Cergie said...

I like your picture even if you had no time to take it...
So look how the backround disappeared !
And you know how I like old road sign (you don't know that ? I'm learning it to you today)

Tim Rice said...

So a bit of a history lesson today, huh? :) As for licorice, I don't eat it especially the black licorice

The Archivist said...

I will one day post pictures on my blog.

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rubyslipperlady said...

Such a diverse entry. love it. can't decide if I want to see that photo or not.

enjoyed the photo, hate licorice.