Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Biggest Burger EVER! (No joke)

Last Saturday, a mere two days before Independence Day, Juicy LLC created the biggest hamburger ever at the Alameda County Fair in California. 

The Roundabout Capital of America

Anyone who has ever driven through Carmel, IN would attest to it, so, according to BBC, Carmel is, in effect, the Roundabout Capital of America.  According to Mayor Brainard, Carmel has more roundabouts within the city limits than any other city in the country - and I believe it.

I just wonder if all the time lost on detours will be made up by reduced waiting times on the roundabouts.  Who knows.  But at the very least, its good to see the Indianapolis metropolitan area is world famous for something!  Oh wait, we have the Super Bowl this year... hmm...

Here's the BBC article:  Click me!

The Next Step Toward Cyborg-ness

See that? That weird looking, uh, thing?  It doesn't even look like it could be anything at all, so I can't even say "look at that thing that looks like some other thing."  Anyway, its a cane. 

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Goodbye Blogger!

Sorry to disappoint, but I'm not leaving... apparently Google is bailing on the "Blogger" and "Picasa" brands, opting to change them to "Google Blogs" and "Google Photos."  Not sure what that means for this site yet... hmmm...

Say Cheese! (or bananas?)

British photographer David Slater was out in the wilderness shooting (with a camera, not a gun...) some Indonesian macaques when one of them decided to grab the camera and take a self portrait!

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Google Street View Car Spotted in Burn Notice

My favorite TV show apparently was just invaded by a Google Streetview Car.  Probably the government keeping tabs on its favorite burned spy.

That white and green car in the back, with the giant thing on top is a Google Streetview car, recording pictures to post on Google maps.  So does this mean that Michael Weston will be somewhere on Google maps?

How to Get Rid of Ants Naturally

Foot smash.

That's all.  Or, if you want to read the actual way, go over to or click here: 

How to Get Rid of Ants Naturally

But it just makes me wonder... is it really necessary to use "friendly," "safe" or "organic" ways to kill creatures?

I don't know.  Just a thought.