Friday, July 13, 2007

Random Friday Five

Since I am NOT up on the Harry Potter crazy, although I have read all the books, and will read the last, I read the last one the summer it came out and my middle age mind just doesn't seem to retain any magical reading details. So, random is the way for me today!

1. Former U.S. First Lady "Lady Bird" Johnson died this week. In honor of her love of the land and the environment, share your favorite flower or wildflower.
The Wild Prairie Rose, North Dakota's State Flower

2. A man flew almost 200 miles in a lawn chair, held aloft by helium balloons. Share something zany you'd like to try someday.
It's not zany, but I would love to go to outerspace and fly around in a little space car like George Jetson had.

3. Do you have an iPhone? If not, would you want one?
Nope, don't have one. Yes, definitely on my wish list. Hoping they go to Verizon, since my contract with them is about 100 years.

4. Speaking of which, Blendtec Blenders put an iPhone in one of their super-duper blenders as part of their "Will It Blend?" series. What would YOU like to see ground up, whizzed up or otherwise pulverized in a blender?
hmmm. Rude Boston drivers? Plastic Santa yard ornaments?

5.According to News of the Weird, a jury in Weld County, Colo., declined to hold Kathleen Ensz accountable for leaving a flier containing her dog's droppings on the doorstep of U.S. Rep. Marilyn Musgrave, apparently agreeing with Ensz that she was merely exercising free speech. What do you think? Is doggy doo-doo protected by the First Amendment?
I think using a human using doggy doody to express herself is showing that she lacks decent vocabulary of her own and clearly bad manners. Venus, Daisy, and Wiggs agree.

5 comments:

Diane said...

yes, and my dog says... get your own !@#$
great friday five...

Songbird said...

Your flower sounds so pretty!

Mary Beth said...

don't you imagine that woman's momma is so ashamed!

Teri said...

i agree with the poo showing that the woman lacks her own vocabulary!

good play.

Diane said...

yes, good play. and I hope you weren't offended by my dog's consternation. my dog thinks she lacks vocabulary too.