The pictures adn the blog items are here, but if you want to track down my columns follow these links:
and check out the Bartcop blog page regularly
It’s very unlikely that Kim or “the Load-man” will ever see this photo, but the thing about running a blog is if the blogger likes the idea, then it gets done.
We promised more on the prison break theme park.
and Sudden Impact Entertainment
All we give you is link so you can do your own fact checking? Why do you think we have the title of “World’s Laziest Journalist”?
Bon Scott Statue
The reason that the city of Fremantle in West Australia has a statue of Bon Scott (from AC/DC) is because his family moved to “Freo” when he was less than 10 years old, so he attended school and high school in the port city on the Indian Ocean.
Barstool Mountain sends many visitors to this site. We mentioned that a song was missing from their list of 100 best drinking songs. The missing song is Sigmund Romberg’s “The Drinking Song” from The Student Prince.
Writing stories on the fly using computers with time limits means there is likely to be less fact checking, so we are studying the possibility of getting a portable lap-top to use.
We urge readers to check out our columns on the web sites
and to look for some of our photos on the Just Above Sunset Photo site and also on flickr (search flickr for “bobby Kennedy 68 los angeles” and click on the one of him with a toy store sign in the background and follow that to more of our photos.)
To be continued . . .
Running pictures of folks is one way to boost the number of hits on the Wrold’s Laziest Journalist’s blog.
If we run 100,000 mug shots we will get 100,000 readers, eh?
It’s easier to pay for computer time and post this shot of a ship at sunset taken in Fremantle Western Australia and hope that my friends see it, rather than sending them each a post card.
(Dennis, sell my story . . . please!)
This statue of rock star Bon Scott is in Fremantle in Western Australia.
One of the new versions of the Fiat 500 was spotted in Fremantle W. A. on Chrismtas Eve.
If you don’t know how to use a Bic lighter as a “church key,” then you have never really been to Australia.
What better Christmas present could a blogger want than a chance to scoop the New York Times.
I think I just did scoop the New York Times
I guess that makes it the best Christmas ever!
Tourists in Kalgoorlie will find all kinds of diversions.