In honor of the radio program the Shadow that premiered today in 1930 I will give you my version of The Shadow -"Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows!"
A wonderful about Tiggers
Is Tigger's are wonderful things.
Their tops are made out of rubber,
their bottoms are made out of springs
They're bouncy, trouncey, pouncey, flouncey,
full of fun, fun, fun, fun, but
The most wonderful thing
about Tiggers is:
I'm the only one!
Convicted Murderer John Crane denied parole
Ten years ago John Crane was convicted of hiring a hit man to kill his then wife Miranda. In a botched attempt, an innocent bystander was shot, but disappeared before medics could arrive on the scene.
John Crane professed his innocence throughout his trial and incarceration. Email correspondence, fingerprints, bank statements, and voice recordings were enough to convince the jury of his guilt even though the police never apprehended the hired hit man.
Upon his denial for parole, he issued the following statement through his attorney, Fred Grayson, “I am disappointed to be denied parole again, but I will not give up my fight.”
My father always said, "Never trust anyone whose TV is bigger than their bookshelf." -- Emilia Clark
Knowing that a bunch of birds is called a flock is easy. Here are some unexpected names for animal groups:
A battery of barracudas
A congregation of alligators
A coalition of cheetahs
A congress of eels
A memory of elephants
A troubling of goldfish
A cackle of hyenas
I'm pretty sure the dinosaurs died out when they stopped gathering food and started having meetings to discuss gathering food. -- From meetingboy.com
I wish people were like the Internet videos and you could tap them lightly to see a clock of how much longer they are going to be talking. -- @JuliusSharpe
Under an endless rain of cosmic dust, the air is full of pollen, micro-diamonds and jewels from other planets... People go about their lives surrounded by the unseeable. -- Louie Schwartzberg
Nothing has ever given us as much pleasure as our pocket money when we were 12 or our first wage at the end of that first exhausting week... Now we're ten times richer but we're not ten times happier. -- A.A. Gill