Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Happy Fourth of July!

I've been trying to come up with a good Independence Day-themed post. (Maybe some juicy gossip about the Founding Fathers or instructions for making your own fireworks.) But I'm afraid it's a pretty dull holiday. (Unlike Thanksgiving--I've got some great dirt on that day.)

Don't believe me? Check out these so-called "fascinating facts" about the fourth. Yawn.

So instead of dropping some science on you, I've decided to offer a few recommendations for spending your holiday:

Play a game of Alka Seltzer tag. Why didn't I think of that?

Eat an Octodog. What do you do with the bun?

Avoid severe stomach discomfort. Check the expiration date on the mayonnaise.

Practice putting chickens to sleep. (See below.)

How To Put A Chicken To Sleep - More amazing videos are a click away

I'll be back to the blog this weekend!


Anonymous teen vegan said...

This is so wierd>I'm at the national press club at a meeting and I'm just typing away on my moms blackberry its driving me crazy that I can't use symbols and the thing just puts them in automatically
Fun post I hope you have a great holiday Quick question do “you” ananka have a ghost writer who writes and does the posts for this blog for ms miller I haven't had time to check out the interviews you put up and don't be offended I'm just curious.

4:29 PM  
Anonymous Ananka said...

Nope. There's no ghostwriter. Are you looking for a job? ;)

6:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That chicken thingy is very odd. If I had a chicken, maybe I'd experiment. Unfortunately, chickens and swimming pools don't go together, so no chickens for me. =(

9:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The chicken thingy is weird. I'm just worried that what they did actually bothered the chicken. I'm really into animals,except rats!;)I hope the poor little chicken didn't suffer in any pain.

3:28 PM  
Anonymous ananka said...

Just a little nap, I'm sure. The chicken probably needed a rest.

4:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have you ever heard of the Nathan's famous hotdog eating contest? It's in New york every
4th of July? That is an interesting 4th of July event!

(sorry I think I misspeled a lot of words!)

12:37 PM  
Anonymous ananka said...

Yep. Gluttony at its best. You know, this year an American won for the first time in quite a few years. (The same Japanese guy has won the past 6 years.) I love Japan, but it's nice to have the title back in the USA again!

1:15 PM  
Blogger CosimaCat said...

well I'm betting some people I know could give the winner a run for his/her money...

1:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I watch it every year.
The winner this year ate 66
hotdogs in 12 minutes!!

1:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm a different anyononous then that other one. either way, you're right. those facts...made..me...sleepy....*yawn*

12:28 AM  
Anonymous Charstar said...

that is odd

11:05 AM  

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