Monday, January 13, 2014

Monday Odds and Ends

I don't have anything in particular on my mind this morning, so how about a few random observations about things going on in the world?

Dennis Rodman, America's most embarrassing emissary and the best (and probably only) friend Kim Jong-un ever had, is back and apologizing for his idiotic behavior. He ought to have stayed in North Korea.

A family whose mother died during a vacation visit to the island of St Maarten received a coffin containing the wrong body, although it had been dressed in their mother's clothing. Because the macabre mix-up was discovered at the receiving funeral home in New Jersey, authorities are investigating the possible involvement of Tony Soprano.

This past Sunday was the 13th annual "No Pants Subway Ride," celebrated in various major cities around the world. Given the sort of behavior one sees every day on the DC Metro trains, I doubt anyone would have noticed.

Yesterday's post titled The Last Supper List generated some interesting guest lists. I'll give it another day or two to see if anyone else comments, then offer some comments of my own on the topic.

And that's all for now. Another week beckons, and I need to get ready to face it. Sigh.

Have a good day. More thoughts tomorrow.



eViL pOp TaRt said...

Dennis Rodman is an irregular planet; no one knows what he will do next.

That woman's poor family! It must have been traumatic for them, on top of their already-present sorrow!

Mike said...

I missed no pants ride day AGAIN!

Bilbo said...

The world thanks you, Mike.

Duckbutt said...

Damn! I missed No Pants Day too!

Elvis Wearing a Bra on His Head said...

Anyone who went without pants in January deserves hero status.

The Mistress of the Dark said...

I would have loved to see no pants day in Pittsburgh....or maybe not.