Jake, of Team Seacats, brought to my attention that the previous post, "Wednesday Wipeout," was in fact not a wipeout since the boat pictured recovered and did not picthpole. That's what happens when you have a sloppy staff writer who would rather watch wahines at the beach than do thorough research. (note: there is only one staff writer at "The Horse's Mouth.....Oops.) So in my zeal to protect the public interest I present to you the photo above. I would say that it qualifies as a wipeout. I apologize and ask for your forgiveness for my mistake. Now pour me a double shot of tequila and let's get back to the movie.
A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty "Hi Ho Silver!" I'm always blown away by the photos of Matias Capizzano. I want to go south just so I can sail off of Mar del Plata. Mas buenas fotos aqui. Todos son bellisimo! Muchisimos gracias al Senor .sNIPEOUT para enlace.
I was lucky enough to catch the Coast Guard practicing surf boat drills off of Ocean Beach last week. It was incredible to see them in action. I have more photos and videos that I'll post in a few days.
What did he say? A trillion here, a trillion there, a trillion everywhere. Wall Street was thrilled. How much money is left in my portfolio? Thanks Hank....I mean Tim. Meanwhile, down on the farm. The farmers bring home the bacon.
What's wrong with pork? I feel stimulated. Hello Adam.
Yes, I feel like the guy in the pot, very confused. Firenze, Toscana, Italia 2004
Through a tear in the space time continuum I tag Albert Einstein, Erik The Red, and a shark, named Tibby, from the late Silurian age. Have fun guys, post those pics or fossils in a hole where my team of archeologists and Bill, the paleontologist, can find them.