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Friday, September 18, 2015

918 ~ Deewayne Honneeee ~ Bruiser ~ Deer/Turkeys ~ OVamit's Nobel Prize ~ Weather ~ Chicken Sandwich ~ Thursday Football ~ Veggie Dinner

Good 44º clouds laying low on top of the trees can't see my mountain morning.
California poleece radio code 918 stands for "insane person". So, if your birthday is today, lottsa luck! Uh, that would be
you, Deewayne Honneeee P-berger
(LASD ret)!! Happy Birthday, you crazy person you! xoxo Love to you and Judy. I hope your special day is GREAT!
Yesterday the Bruise was out and about doing his hunting thing again...

Then some turkeys started following a couple deer, a buck and an doe....

Then the Bruise goes farther up the hill...

He saw me on the porch taking his picture, so he came running back! I love the way he jumps through the fence!




Now here's a f**king surprise:

OSLO (Reuters) -- The effect of giving the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize to U.S. President Barack Obama fell short of the nominating committee's hopes. Geir Lundestad, lifting a veil on the secretive five-member panel, also reveals that former German chancellor Helmut Kohl, late Czech president Vaclav Havel and several rock stars were among those who were considered for the award but never won.
Lundestad writes in "Secretary of Peace" that the prize to Obama was the most controversial during his time as director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute from 1990-2015. He attended committee meetings but had no vote.
"Even many of Obama's supporters thought the prize was a mistake," Lundestad wrote, adding that many Americans viewed the award as making Obama a spokesman for international peacemaking values rather than their own interests.
"In that sense the committee did not achieve what it hoped for," he wrote, noting Obama himself rarely mentioned the prize.
The award, made by the committee in particular recognition of Obama's vision of ridding the world of nuclear weapons, was widely criticized in the United States as premature. It came just nine months after he took office. (AND he got
1 1/2 million dollars for it! GAG)
Interesting video: How To Win The Nobel Prize

Oh wait, speaking of idiots.... Here's today's Mexican Word of The Day:

Historically this date............
1793 – The first cornerstone of the Capitol building is laid by George Washington.

1895 – Daniel David Palmer gives the first chiropractic adjustment.
.... interesting read....

1947 – The United States Air Force becomes an independent branch of the United States armed forces.

1975 – Patty Hearst is arrested after a year on the FBI Most Wanted List.

2009 – The 72 year run of the soap opera The Guiding Light ends as its final episode is broadcast.

And births this date include...
1905 – Greta Garbo, Swedish actress (d. 1990)

1924 – J. D. Tippit, American police officer shot by Lee Harvey Oswald (d. 1963)

1933 – Robert Blake, American actor

1933 – Jimmie Rodgers, American singer and composer
.... lots of drama and problems in his life...

1939 – Frankie Avalon, American musician

1971 – Lance Armstrong, American cyclist
Yesterday, wow it was cool. Sun finally came out about 9:am.... first you couldn't see my mountain ...

then it started coming back into view.. 

And then it hid again and started raining up there....
Then the sun tried to come out ....
Then it clouds got dark again and by 2pm it still was only 68º,  and then by 4:30 we hit 72º!  I'm NOT complaining, this kind of weather is my favorite!!!
Breakfast yesterday... I shredded a cooked chicken thigh and added Creamy Garlic sauce... on a whole wheat English muffin I put a little mayo on each side, put on tomato slices, the chicken, and lettuce....
So good!!! Too full after that for lunch!

Football last night was intense. Would not normally have watched, but what a game! HOLY COW! Broncos 2 touch downs in last seconds!

Dinner was an urge for just vegetables... so stir-fried some broccoli, snow peas, and carrot slices with a touch of water and some of my lemon infused olive oil... and cooked an ear of corn. OMGOOD!!!

All I know. Nuff said. Happy TGIF. Ciao.
xo Sue Mom Bobo
September 18th

National Cheeseburger Day is today. Top off America's favorite sandwich, with a piece of cheese.
The food industry makes it a point to celebrate a wide variety of foods. We believe the Cheeseburger certainly earns a special day.
Celebrate National Cheeseburger Day by firing up the grill, and cooking cheeseburgers. You can do so for lunch or dinner.... or both! Any kind of cheese will do. Try a different cheese, if your adventuresome. For the carb conscious, eat your burgers without the buns.
Watch for....... luncheon and dinner specials today at your local restaurants. Tops on the specials board certainly should be cheeseburgers!
Today is also the birthday of the USAF!

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