I just found a total rip-off of one of Chris10A's LOLs that you faved. If you want to unfave it, you can find it here: http://cheezburger.com/4385100288. And if you want to fave Chris' original, it's here: http://cheezburger.com/4368890624. Can't tell if you already did, as it has over 700 faves and we don't get to see all the icons anymore. Your choice... just letting you know.
I noticed you were kwiet. But kno RL can get in the way. Glad you got some work, even though you ended up with a headache. LOL It's still 'hurry up and wait' here. Hopefully we'll get hubby taken care of next week. Or at least find out what deh bump is. How's Mom doing? Hey I'm the kittehs mama, do I get cookies too? LOL
Thanks for faving da tummy twap! Princess does that, rolls over and shows me her beautimus black tum with a white hour glass. As soon as I reach down to give it a rub, she reaches up and grabs me with her teeth and claws. So I have learned that no matter how inviting a tummy looks, it's apt to be a trap!
From Sylviag. But of course Harry can be a riding instructor! Didn't he represent England during the last summer Olympics? You are most welcome and we all dearly love all the characters you and psom have created and their advenshurs!
If you'd seen the lengths the guys on the show went to, you'd understand my certainty. If the one that hit in your area was iron-based, all they'll need is metal-detectors, which is already standard equipment for them. Oh, and some hip-waders for the swampy area. Neither are deterrents for the True Believers. ;)
Oh I betcha the fragments *will* be found, because fresh out of space meteorites are worth HUGE money. There was even a show on the Discovery Science Channel a couple years ago, lasted for at least 2 seasons, called "Meteorite Men." It followed two guys who went all over the world investigating meteor known impact sites and searching for suspected ones. Depending on the type of meteor, the size, the condition (pristine, or not), and if it's brand new, they can be worth more than diamonds. And of course there's the increased value to science when they're new because then they can distinguish what conditions are space-caused, as there aren't yet many earth-caused ones. So glad you weren't hurt and didn't lose windows or the like!! I can see why you thought it might be an oxygen tank - I've seen footage of propane tanks going up - multiples at one time - and it is un-frikkin-believable!