Monday, January 7, 2008

What do you expect when you leave Virginia Halas McCaskey and Walter Mondale alone for a weekend?

You remember that old choosing game, "Foot-Nuclear Bomb-Cockroach"? Well, it looks like that title is as antiquated as Dick Clark. Why is that? It seems that iguanas can't die. Maybe not "can't die." Maybe that's overstating it. Let's just say that Mr. Freeze has a better chance against Batman than he does against Iguanas. To recap: Frozen iguanas are only mostly dead and they should have fun storming the castle.

Here are some other people who can't die:

This weekend was somebody's birthday! Whose Birthday? Chicago Bears owner Virginia Halas McCaskey's Birthday. How Old Is She? 1,2,3,4... 85! And Never been Kissed By... Death

Virginia Halas McCaskey's name appears on "the Garden of eden" (DSG)'s Roster

  • On January 21, 2007, McCaskey accepted the NFC Championship trophy, which bears (get it?) her father's name. She called it "her happiest day so far."
That was before today, though, when exoplanet reflected light was detected for the first time. But "second happiest day so far" ain't bad.

This weekend was somebody else's birthday! Whose Birthday? Former Vice President Walter Mondale's Birthday. How Old Is He? 1,2,3,4... 80! And Never been Kissed By... Death

Walter Mondale's name appears on "the Garden of eden" (DSG)'s Roster
  • Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale are the longest-living post-presidential team in American history. On December 11, 2006, they had been out of office for 25 years and 325 days, surpassing the former record established by President John Adams and Vice President Thomas Jefferson, who both died on July 4, 1826.
... And Many More!

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