Thursday, February 17, 2011

Toomer's Tradgedy

Today, although I don't have a photo for you all, I wanted to share with you the news of the poisoning of the 130 year old oak trees that have been part of tradition at Auburn University for years. Some redneck, too-much-free-time man drove up and dumped a ridiculous amount of toxic poison into the soil. The man called into Paul finebaum radio show and reported his doings. Finebaum did well and reported the alleged action to Auburn, who proceeded to run a soil test and find that the soil around the trees was 65% poison. The trees have little chance of survival. The man was arrested today, and hopefully will serve a long, hard term in some facility. I know this is a well known event, it just makes me so angry that I felt I should share my feelings. Check out this link for the radio recording and a mug shot:

Monday, February 14, 2011

Happy Valentines...(/chocolate) Day!

Ahhh! Dont you just love Valentine's Day? I apologize for the gap between posts. I have NO TIME! I can hardly find time to post pictures, much less take them!

Anyhow, the closest thing to a love themed picture I could find was a chocolate store. Now if I revealed the location, I would be breaking a promise I made earlier not to post any more photographs from this location. So I suppose I just revealed the location. (Mental Note. Dont make promises online.)

Valentines Day is just one of those good days where you can shutup about all of your problems and stuff your face with chocolate. Isnt it just glorious? I cant stand it when people sit at home and complain about how they never are in a relationship during Valentines day and how it draws attention to the fact. Just take advantage of an excuse to eat chocolate when you have one. Well I suppose that was my soapbox for the day.

Hope you have fun, lots of love, lots of hugs, and even more sugar this Valentines day.

-Rip <3 ;)
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