The Inlet Cafe in Highlands: cold beer and fried seafood.
May you spend time with those you love this weekend.
A naked, machete-wielding man was charged after he allegedly threatened bystanders and a police officer Monday on Long Island, according to a published report.
The man was waving the 20-inch machete at people in the parking lot of a Lake Grove Costco, Newsday reports.
Police found the man barricaded inside the cab of a tractor-trailer he operated for a New Jersey company, according to Newsday. He initially refused to get out of the truck, which contained clothes and a microwave, but later tried to get out with the machete as officers tried to contain him, the report said.
with The Colonel
Embrace the Age of Super Genius.
…to accompany your Friday after work wine. (And thank YOU, Julie! :* )
Then afterwards had some BingleyAde to recover
well I guess it was last night, technically.
And I’m making them wire it to me.
Note to Comcast: Duke’s nickname is not “Tar Heels”
I hereby declare Winter is Over
Does this mean I actually have to talk with my family for the rest of the month?
The ironing board surfing is a new one for me!
Now excuse me whilst I clean up that mirror I broke when I dodged that black cat crossing my path…
But in his defense I can kind of understand if he didn’t see it
World’s smallest sculpture no bigger than ant’s head accidentally crushed by photographer
Jonty Hurwitz, from Hampshire, uses a high-tech process called nano-painting to craft detailed representations of the human form in miniature.
Some of his pieces are just 100 microns tall and so tiny that they cannot be seen by the human eye without a microscope.
…“I went off to have the original sculpture photographed so I found a laboratory with an electron microscope and the photographic technology,” Hurwitz told the Daily Mail.
“The technician went to change the orientation and then for the next half an hour we were looking for the piece through the lens.
“Eventually I noticed there was a fingerprint exactly where the sculpture used to be and I was like ‘Man, you have just destroyed one of the smallest art pieces ever made’. I slightly freaked out.”
It had taken Hurwitz a year to make the sculpture.
Horton was unavailable for comment.