I wonder if anyone has stopped to consider what would happen if an earthquake like the one that hit Japan, occurred in the Gulf Of Mexico in the middle of all those oil wells?
I recently discovered that there are several web sites where writers can post articles on a variety of subjects and than others can use those articles in there blogs or eZines. The only restriction is that you leave with the article the attached author information and links and, of course, you cannot make any changes to the article. I used one such article this past week and I will probably use more over the coming months. I will also be posting some of my articles on these sites for others to use.
We have heard in the news about Japan that the Coach company has seen it’s stock value drop because sales are expected to plunge in Japan, but that really shouldn’t be a problem. It seems the new hip fad among business men in China (Yes! I said men), is to carry an expensive leather purse and Coach is becoming very popular with them as well as with Chinese women.
Some people are concerned that Malawi’s proposed air quality law is so strict that flatulent people could get arrested for fouling the air.
A matter of priorities? Forty percent of the people in Cambodia have cell phones. Only twenty percent have toilets.
Perhaps that explains why a company in Canada has recently has two incidents of porta-potties being stolen.
When a 53-year-old neighbor refused to kiss a 92-year-old woman in Florida, she shot several rounds into his house.