If we really want to do something about the diminishing bee population, the solution is quite simple. Get little files and sand off the barbs on their stingers. Now they can sting as much as they want, their abdomens stay in tact, and they don’t die. They live to sting another day. As long as they are also pollinating and not too busy exercising their newfound stinging freedoms.
I think a great idea would be to redesign our car antennas from a wimpy little wire, to a yard-long sharp spike. One, it will be less prone to bending. Two, it will look super-cool. Three, if a giant space monster starts stomping cars, he or she will quickly learn it is a bad idea. I guess all things really should have a spikey top. Perhaps spikey hats would be prudent. The Vikings and Prussians were on to something.
The 70's were an embarrassing time for ninjas. Corduroy Shinobi Shozukus were the fad. Ninjas could no longer approach their enemies clandestinely as the "zpzpzpzpzpzp" easily telegraphed their approach.
It had been a little of a year since we’ve had a dog in our house. Rosco was a great dog and friend of mine that cannot be replaced. However, the girls need a dog around, and so do I. After looking around at local rescue shelters, I found a 3-year-old 100 pound yellow Labrador named Jake. We decided if he were going to live with us, we would need to change his name. Hence, 'Tank' Wozniak is the newest member of the Wozniak clan.
If you are like me and think that hunting would be fun, but don’t actually want to kill anything, a great idea would be to go out with a paintball gun instead of a rifle. We could use camouflage colored paint so that after we nail 'em, they gain elusiveness with their new camo-fur and a new understanding of human tactics, making it that much more challenging and fun for actual hunters. "Yeah, it was only a four-point buck, but he DID have camo-fur."
It would be wise for lakeside communities to put a limit on how long its residents can build their docks. If there were no limits people would probably do what I would do; Build their docks the entire length of the lake, then build in a drawbridge so I can charge a toll for boats to pass through.
The kids are making some great strides these days. Molly can sit up by herself at times. She can hold her own bottle at times. She can even roll herself over from back to belly and sometimes belly to back. Samantha has started taking swimming lessons. She has started taking showers instead of baths. She can now do simple math as well as ride her bike around my car in 6.4 seconds.
If I were to open an equestrian veterinary clinic, I think I would name it "The Horsepital". Mostly because the sign would make me giggle every time I drove in.