Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Trinity vs Milsap

This really has nothing to do with anything, but it is simply amazing so enjoy:

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Props to Wichita State

Kansas.com | 10/28/2007 | 'Mr. B's' return a good sight at WSU:
"Players and coaches are scheduled to work today in Greensburg, the town that was destroyed by a tornado in May. Deighton, volunteer coordinator for the South Central Kansas Tornado Recovery Organization, said the Shockers might help with mowing, painting and building a playground. Greensburg is 109 miles west of Wichita. 'Coach (Gene Stephenson) said to work them hard,' Deighton said. 'They're going to be filling in a lot of places where people need assistance"

Friday, October 26, 2007

I made it in the BV! Stress relief in running - Sports

Mahar finds stress relief in running - Sports.. a short bit of the article:
"Running is much more time-efficient because you can get a good workout in
35 minutes," .....I am convinced that if I didn't run or work out, I
would go nuts"

" (There are) very big synergies there," he said. "You just feel good
about yourself (when you exercise). Going back to the Romans - they tied in
physical fitness to scholarly work. You can't just be one or just be the other.
I don't think it works." "

FTR, Anthony has already pointed there is no dount that I am nuts, so ????

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Wildfires creating 'utter devastation' in Southern California - CNN.com

Wildfires creating 'utter devastation' in Southern California - CNN.com:
"Asked by CNN where she would go, she replied, 'I have to find someplace to accept two dogs, two cats and a turtle.' Video Watch people staying with pets at refuge » Animals are allowed in Qualcomm Stadium, a nearby field and Del Mar Fairgrounds and Racetrack."
We are learning :)

In fire's path, lessons learned | csmonitor.com

In fire's path, lessons learned | csmonitor.com:
"...attention is shifting to the federal government's performance, with this question uppermost: What have US agencies learned since their botched response to hurricane Katrina in 2005? ....'They do seem to have learned a lot from Katrina and the 2003 fires here,' says Richard Carson, an economics professor at University of California, San Diego, who studies governmental agency response to emergencies. 'They saw the fire coming and plotted it out and moved people out"