I was rather surprised, when checking out my hometown's local paper (well, it is about 15 miles away, but it's the most local weekly paper around) to see that there were UFO sightings a couple miles from where my parents live. A thing I find fascinating is how so many people can dispel the lights as being satellites, but yet there are numerous reports of the same lights in the surrounding area. Hmm... Hopefully the next time they swing by the area, I'll be visiting my parents!
I came upon this story and had to chuckle. It's quite an interesting excuse for losing a game! Maybe whoever books the hotels for the Knicks should check out this website before booking for the next road trip. The Skirvin, which opened in 1911, is a beautiful old hotel and looks like a rather posh place to spend a night! Just watch out for Effie, and don't be alarmed to hear a baby crying in the middle of the night...
On a side note, I had no idea Oklahoma City even had a basketball team. I used to be so into the NBA when I was in high school but gave it up when I went to college. I could only devote my time to one sport so I reverted to my favorite: football. I see the Thunder came to
First I read that Nessie, the Loch Ness monster, is feared to be dead due to lack of sightings. I breathed a sigh of relief when the official fan club (who was cited for info in the first article) stated that Nessie is NOT dead and is probably just hanging out in the depths of Loch Ness. This made me worry though. Is Nessie the only one? Is there just one with no hope for future Nessies? I think I need to cash in my frequent flier miles and book a trip to Scotland this year, just in case!