Hey. You. Ya, you with the hair. Go back to the video and watch a bit. Just watch the first little bit. Or skip ahead to about 3:45 and watch from there. Really, you'll enjoy it. If you don't, I'll give you your money back.
Ernie and Bert if Picasso had drawn them.
Occasionally they don't fight.
File this under "the world is just awesome."
See all those brown spots and the grey spots underneath them? They're manta rays. Seriously. click on the picture. From German photographer Florian Schulz:
"During an aerial expedition over the coast of Baja California Sur, I came across something I had never seen before. Not even my pilot, who has surveyed this area for 20 years, had seen anything like it. As we glided high above over the water looking for whales, a large dark spot caught our attention. As we got closer we started to discover its nature: an unprecedented congregation of rays. The group was as thick as it was wide, all heading towards the same direction. I have asked around why this took place but no one has been able to explain it to me. After such a unique sighting, I realise there are so many marvels in the oceans that we are yet to understand. Our knowledge of the oceans is so limited; I just hope that we are in time to rescue it before it collapses from pollution and over fishing."
Yesterday, on the ZNN, a blog I share with Middle Aged Woman from Unmitigated, Jenni of Oscarelli commented that:
"you should do a post comparing newborns to zombies. there are ample similarities. babies are cuter, duh, but both are slow moving and suck the life out of you."
She might have something there. If this kid had teeth he'd have gnawed my arm off.
Speaking of zombies, check out The Un Mom for more Random Tuesday fun.