Saturday, June 16, 2007
A quickie Saturday poll, Rosie O'Donnell?
Rosie O'Donnell Rosie Bob Barker Barker The Price Is Right TV
Friday, June 15, 2007
This blogger's coffee break, the Jim Bunch eats you know + A tribute to a couple of my heroes
One cup of coffee, black and straight.
The cup? It's a Christmas present from my barber lady.
Pill bottle, for a pill at mid-morning,** 'eat with food.' [This stuff, Tricor, works on digestive juices.]
The snack, it's Jim's favorite, crackers and peanut butter. These are low fat, I prefer no fat. Why are they broken, and what happened to the corner and edge pieces? Go here (link) to see.
The mouse pad, well it looks geeky but my lap top doesn't use it when I'm doing this from my big chair recliner. Go here (link) to see,*** since I've switched to the immobilizer on my leg (go here [picture link] for that).
Goodbyes to the Heroes
To Bob Barker: This is his last day on his show, The Price Is Right. he has been hosting this TV game show since 1972, for 35 years. (link). Did you know he went to Drury College in Springfield, Missouri, on a basketball scholarship? (CBS link to Barker bio--I have a degree in economics too!)
To Ruth Bell Graham: She died yesterday at age 87. She will always be remembered as the "life partner" of famous evangelist, Billy Graham.(CBN News link to Mrs. Graham bio) In her own right, Mrs. Graham authored some very enlightening books. There were over 50 of them that she authored or co-authored. I quit counting, some were listed more than once, etc.(link)
Ruth Graham Graham Billy Graham Bob Barker Jim Bunch eats Graham Blogging Entertainment Humor TV Writing Books TV Games Food Eating
* Not used because I forgot what I wanted here
** I take three pills and three vitamins in the morning with a graham cracker; this one, a Tricor at mid-morning with a snack; three pills with noon meal; five secret ingredient pills at mid-day with a graham cracker; three more pills and another vitamin "C" with the evening meal; an aspirin at least a half hour before bedtime; and two more pills at bedtime.
*** Notice in this picture I did use a mouse and this mouse pad with the lap top. It works just as good in the recliner using the arm of the chair (protecter piece in place) without the mouse pad.
Thursday, June 14, 2007
These feet are meant for drivin'
Don't you think I got every one correct? My score = 100.
But Adi's feet walk.
These Feet are meant for flyin'.
Quiz Travel Automotive Humor Life Photos Pets and Animals My Life
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
Automotive history in the viewing -- 1946 to 1949
In case you can't hear the audio or you want your own, click here
or, go here
Jim's Wordless Wednesday, click here
YouTube Automotive Videos Video Travel 1949 Ford
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
A new kid in town, a new blogger
Find her at http://adiandamber.blogspot.com/ or click the link on my side bar,
BP, Adventures With Adi and Amber . Alphabetically she ends up the top entry!
Monday, June 11, 2007
Stop in for a Mississippi Road Map
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Mississippi Welcome Centers: http://www.visitmississippi.org/welcome/washington.asp
The Washington County Welcome Center was a project created by the City of Greenville to participate in the 1984 World’s Fair in New Orleans. The project was to resemble a nineteenth century steamboat. The city then proposed to use the exhibit as a tourist information center after the World’s Fair was over. The steamboat replica was taken apart and brought back to Greenville to serve as a tourist center in 1985. The replica now sits in eighteen inches of water and is visited by tourists across the country. The steamboat replica is located at Highway 82 West and Reed Road. The staff welcomes tourist to visit daily.
Mississippi travel and places Travel Pictures