Tuesday, December 08, 2009

High School Food

I know school food is bad, but this is what's on the menu today for Franklin High School in Franklin TN:


Beef Sticks, Nuggets, Mashed Potatoes, Green beans, Gravy.


Beef sticks and nuggets? Disgusting. What happened to good old Salisbury Steak?





Sunday, December 06, 2009

Buy Me Some Hope

Just fooling around trying to get creative with a Facebook profile pic, I Bing'd (aka Googled, but using Microsoft instead) "Obama Hope" looking to find the ubiquitous Hope poster image.

While I did find that, I also found this fun image:




And here's my new Facebook profile pic. I know- It's not perfect, but know this- I'm am not a designer... and this took me 3minutes.









Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Kiss Your Butt Goodbye

On April 3rd of this year I wrote a post entitled “Revealed” which talked about the really stupid things some people say after someone dies, especially words that attempt to shed light on character that, in death, is evident to be completely opposite from the flowery words offered up.

Below is an article regarding the unfortunate passing of Solange Magnano, a former Miss Argentina. In it there is a quote from a close family friend, Roberto Piazza, that truthfully, honestly, and directly speaks what needed to be said. Mr. Piazza seems to have his head on straight, and I wish Ms. Magnano would have sought his counsel before deciding to undergo the knife to enhance her hindquarters.

And if he did have the opportunity to speak into her decision prior to the procedure, I wish she would have listened. Article below…

Ex-Miss Argentina dies after cosmetic surgery
Monday, November 30, 2009
(11-30) 17:37 PST BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) --

A 38-year-old former Miss Argentina has died from complications after undergoing cosmetic surgery on her buttocks.

Solange Magnano, a mother of twins who won the crown in 1994, died of a pulmonary embolism Sunday after three days in critical condition following a gluteoplasty in Buenos Aires.

Close friend Roberto Piazza said the procedure involved injections and the liquid "went to her lungs and brain."

"A woman who had everything lost her life to have a slightly firmer behind," he said.

Magnano's burial Monday was shown on Argentine television.

Dr. Gonzalo Cortes y Tristan said she arrived at his hospital with an acute respiratory deficiency. Her condition deteriorated until she suffered the embolism.