Who turned on the snow?
Tuesday 30 November 2010, 19:57 pm
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Our blog is snowing!



All Hail the Purple Buckeyes!
Saturday 27 November 2010, 23:03 pm
Filed under: Things That Confuse Toaster

Toaster enjoyed the Michigan-Ohio State football game today. But the color on the tv set was funny so the Buckeyes looked like they were in purple and grey instead of scarlet and grey.

Monday 22 November 2010, 19:25 pm
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A real, live cootie!

… the giant weta, a cricket the size of a human hand …

    — Reptile’s Pet-Store Looks Belie Its Triassic Appeal

Wow! Neat-o!

Toaster wants one for Christmas.

It would go good with his plastic Cooties.

Hello, Toaster
Sunday 21 November 2010, 22:07 pm
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Not to be confused with the Hello Kitty Toaster.

World Hello Day

World Hello Day was begun in response to the conflict between Egypt and Israel in the Fall of 1973. Since then, World Hello Day has been observed by people in 180 countries.

A Toast! A Red One!
Saturday 20 November 2010, 12:51 pm
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24 New Cardinals Get Red Hats in Rome

Pope Benedict XVI elevated 24 new cardinals in a festive ceremony in St. Peter’s Basilica on Saturday, bestowing quadrangular red hats on the new members of a group that will one day elect his successor.

Red hats. Hah! Toaster is sure none of them have red toast!

Matchmaker, matchmaker …
Thursday 18 November 2010, 21:14 pm
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Zenyatta Is Retired

The great mare Zenyatta was retired Wednesday and will be sent in early December to her new home at Lane’s End farm near Versailles, Ky. Her owners, Jerry and Ann Moss, however, have yet to pick a stallion for her first date in the breeding shed sometime in 2011.

Toaster wonders if they have eHarmony for horsies?

Coiffure de Bwana
Monday 15 November 2010, 21:50 pm
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Ted Koppel: Olbermann, O’Reilly and the death of real news

… We live now in a cable news universe that celebrates the opinions of Olbermann, Rachel Maddow, Chris Matthews, Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly – individuals who hold up the twin pillars of political partisanship and who are encouraged to do so by their parent organizations because their brand of analysis and commentary is highly profitable.

The commercial success of both Fox News and MSNBC is a source of nonpartisan sadness for me. While I can appreciate the financial logic of drowning television viewers in a flood of opinions designed to confirm their own biases, the trend is not good for the republic. …

Toaster says no matter what Mr. Koppel thinks, Bwana’s hair is still nicer than TedHead.