This is a pretty funny story about a woman that got the old cell phone number of Chris Rock and started getting calls from Ken Burns, Spike Lee, Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson. Makes me wonder why Chris Rock changed his phone number and didn’t clue these dudes into new number. Maybe he’s trying to avoid them?
I’m back from Bali. Got in this morning, and while I feel quite relaxed from days of indolent splendor, I am also wracked with severe intestinal distress. The colloquial term is ‘Bali Belly,’ but I’ll come out and say it: I got the shits. Bad.
I’ll post some pictures from Ubud later tonight. Hopefully the lomotil will I’ve been popping will stave off any further complications.
There will be no posting for the next few days. I’m off to Bali for a little R&R, and I intend to stay far, far away from any computer with an internet connection. Time to unplug and decompress for awhile. I’ll post pictures upon my return.
Dump sites chosen – guampdn.com. I guess that Dandan location is the most attractive. It certainly is the largest by far.
Hmm, can’t seem to stay away from the MacBeth allusions lately.
Anyway, NASA scientists announced that water was once a major feature
of the Meridiani Planum, site of the Opportunity rover. They described it as ‘water drenched’ and said there was probably once a hot spring in the area.
Joy. Two of the top three sites GEPA and DPW rated for a new dump are located in Yona. I live in Yona. The last location is also the most likely, a remote location in Dandan, Inarajan. While they offer up a slew of reason why the Dandan location is the best for the new landfill, let’s face it; number one consideration in this site’s rating is the fact that very few people live in Inarajan, and even less up in the savannah regions of Dandan. Out of sight, out of mind. Never mind if the location selected is one of the most pristine and untouched locations on Guam. It’s a great location for a dump.
Before I forget, let me post these pictures of the puppies I took on Sunday. The pups roughly doubled in size in one week, an impressive achievement. Anyway here’s some pictures.
Pretty cute little critters aren’t they? More pictures to follow.