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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Heads On A Plane

I have had it with these mother@#!&n' heads on this mother@#!&n' plane!

Heads on a plane.

A Southwest Airlines employee called police after finding human heads in a package set to be transported to a Fort Worth medical research company, the airline said.

"It wasn't labeled or packaged properly," said Ashley Rogers, a Southwest spokeswoman. "They called the local authorities."

The incident happened in Little Rock, Ark., last Wednesday, she said.

Little Rock police turned the package over to the county coroner, who questions where they came from and if they were properly obtained.

Camper described the items as 40 to 60 human heads.

But Henry said they were "four full cranial specimens and 40 pairs of temporal bone ear blocks."

He identified the supplier as JLS Consulting of Wynne, Ark.

JLS's business license was revoked in December, according to the Arkansas Secretary of State's online database.

Company founder Janice Hepler did not return phone calls Wednesday. Her voice mail indicated it was full and no longer accepting messages.

But in an earlier interview with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, she blamed the problem on the private courier she had hired to transport the body parts.

"Nothing is wrong," the newspaper quoted her as saying. "We're providing the documentation."

But the coroner said the paperwork has "discrepancies."

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

President Parrot

The Pres is going around giving speeches about the spill.
I was thinking on the way to work this morning that Obama is a lot like a parrot.
He talks a lot but never says anything useful.

Never seems to actually do anything either.

Well, he plays golf... there is that.

OK, so President Parrot thinks NOW is a good time to peddle energy taxes ?

Oh sure, put a lawyer in charge of Minerals Management Service, great idea. Someone who doesn't know diddly about oil drilling technology.

You would think Jimmy Carter would be saying thank you.

Monday, June 14, 2010