Yep. That’s how I feel toward all cancers. According to the Official Sponsor of Birthdays®, 1:2 males and 1:3 females will develop some type of cancer in their lifetime. I do not like those odds. So, in October, I ride my bike in support of the most common cancer women get – breast cancer. Help me in my fight by donating to the Mamma Jamma Ride. Thanks for your support. Regards, Ross The Official Sponsor of Birthdays is a registered trademark of the American Cancer Society
If you’re anything like me, you missed last night’s lunar eclipse. Not because you gave up and went to bed early, or because you forgot. But, because last night you were playing ping pong in a friend’s garage, drinking tallboys, awaiting a once-in-a-lifetime event…then, cue cloud-cover and you get a backlit stratus eclipse. Weak. Austin, TX: home to beautiful 65° mid-December days, and a thick blanket of clouds on the one night you hope for a clear sky. So, if you’re like me and missed last night’s lunar eclipse, (which won’t happen agin until 2092), here are some cloud-free photos.
Since that was probably the most bracketed title I have ever written, I must explain… Seatbelt Charades aka Seatbelt Chair-aides. It will make sense after watching the following PSA. / (tangent) I received this from a friend via email [Fwd:] and it was spot-on appropriate for two reasons: I’m having a party this evening, which will require many to travel via vehicle. Texans cannot drive in any weather other than one-hundred degrees and sunny, (and even that is sometimes challenging), let alone the current torrential downpours we are experiencing as a result of Hurricane Alex – the strongest June hurricane since Alma in 1966 – so, the likelihood of car accidents in Austin today have exponentially increased. (end tangent) Say a prayer. Watch this video. Buckle up.