Friday, March 28, 2014

Event Update For 2014-03-27

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Fires And Explosions

2014-03-27 - Passenger plane engine explodes into flame at airport just before takeoff, in coastal London (Britain), 3+ injured:

Quote: "Mike Mompi, 28, who was flying to Switzerland for a ski holiday, said the Avro RJ100 was revving up on the runway for take-off when the engine 'exploded'. 'There was a large bang and flames which grew and grew and large chunks of what looked like chunks of red-hot metal started flying up,' he said. 'People started freaking out.' He added: 'In about 20 seconds we would have been in the air.'"

Note: And here's yet another plane being hit by explosion and/or fire. Such events are obviously escalating. Those 'friendly skies' are getting less friendly all the time...

2014-03-27 - Home explodes and burns on Maxwell Road in Gilmer County (Georgia), 1 lightly injured:

Quote: "Gilmer County Fire Department responded to a major fire explosion which occurred earlier this evening on Maxwell Road. According to Gilmer County Fire Chief Tony Pritchett the Gilmer County Fire Department responded to a house fire on Maxwell Road early evening on March 27th. Pritchett told us there was one female in the home who told the fire department there was an explosion. The woman was the only person inside the home and she was transported to the hospital with minor burns."

2014-03-27 - Monroe Towers high-rise damaged by explosion and three-alarm fire in coastal Asbury Park (New Jersey):

Quote: "Munroe Towers resident Roberto Rivera, who lives on the eighth floor, said he heard an explosion at around 10:30 a.m. 'It was an explosion, I heard a loud bang, then the smoke began to come,' Rivera said."

2014-03-27 - 'Extraordinary event' in basement at huge fatal brownstone fire in coastal Boston's Back Bay (Massachusetts):

Quote: "Steve MacDonald, a Boston Fire Department spokesman, told reporters Thursday 'nothing has been ruled in or out' and investigators are focusing on the building’s basement and 'some kind of extraordinary event' that happened there. 'Something happened to have them call a "mayday" and the end result was we had two firefighters killed,' MacDonald said."

Quote: "Trained eyes and accounts from the scene of Wednesday’s tragic Back Bay fire appear to show that a backdraft caused Lt. Ed Walsh and Firefighter Michael Kennedy to get trapped and killed. Deputy Boston Fire Chief Joseph Finn first suggested the idea Wednesday night at a news conference. 'The wind was blowing in off the Charles [River]. There was an explosion, what we call a backdraft, occurred. Again it was all wind driven,' Finn said."

Note: The question is, what was IN that wind? It's possible that some methane blew in off the Charles River and exacerbated the backdraft conditions. It's an odorless gas, so unless someone was standing there with a detector - which they weren't - then they'd never know, and it's highly flammable. This fire occurred at a four-story residential brownstone one block east (downwind) of the Charles River Basin in the Back Bay and killed two firefighters and injured 18 more people, including other firefighters, mentioned in the 2014-03-26 update...

2014-03-27 - At least 11 row homes destroyed by huge six-alarm inferno in Lewistown (Pennsylvania), state of emergency declared:

Quote: "Fire officials from five counties continue to battle a six alarm blaze in the first block of Terrace Blvd. at Juniata Terrace in Lewistown, Mifflin, Co. Authorities confirm at least 20 row homes are affected."

Note: Lewistown is on the northeast (downwind) banks of the Juniata River...

2014-03-27 - Market ravaged by fire shortly after 2 AM in May Pen on the island of Jamaica, 47 shops burn:

Quote: "Assistant Superintendent of the May Pen Fire Department, Orette Barnswell, says they got a call shortly after 2 o'clock this morning that some shops in the market were on fire. The Spanish Town Fire Department had to be called in for assistance. Preliminary reports say about 47 shops have been burnt. The damage is estimated to be in excess of $30 million. Vendors and shop owners in the market say they are puzzled as to what may have caused the fire."

2014-03-27 - Mattress factory engulfed by massive six-alarm fire in Toronto (Canada):

Quote: "Firefighters are battling a massive six-alarm fire that has engulfed a mattress factory in the city’s north-west end. The initial call came in around 8:30 a.m. and was upgraded to a six-alarm fire around 11:30 a.m. involving more than 125 firefighters and dozens of fire trucks."

2014-03-27 - Recycling facility hit by major fire at 1:30 AM in coastal Cardiff (Britain):

Quote: "More than 70 firefighters are tackling a large blaze involving 2,000 tonnes of waste material at a recycling centre on the outskirts of Cardiff. The incident at the Atlantic Waste Management site in Newton Road, near Rumney, began at 01:30 GMT on Friday."

2014-03-27 - Chemical recycling business erupts in flame just after 4:30 AM in Ottawa (Canada):

2014-03-27 - Eight million pounds of plastic pipes go up in flames shortly after midnight in Natrona County (Wyoming):

Quote: "When units arrived, about 8 million pounds of plastic pipe were afire. Fire officials were able to save surrounding buildings and only the plastic piping was consumed."

Quote: "Firefighters from Natrona County District One respond to a Mills fire that started shortly after midnight. Plastic pipes went up in flames early this morning and officials say this is the largest fire they've seen in the area."

2014-03-27 - Underground electrical fire erupts in Bloomington (Illinois):

2014-03-27 - Underground electrical explosion and fire ignites man in coastal Manhattan (New York), man seriously burned:

Quote: "It seems a manhole fire is what sent a person on Avenue C to the hospital with serious burns Monday, but the exact circumstances of the incident remain unclear."

Quote: "Last night a fire marshal call me to ask about details of what I saw. I asked him if the explosion was from a gas leak. He said, 'No,' that it was an electrical problem."

2014-03-27 - Transformer bursts into flame on pole in Visalia (California), some homes go dark:

2014-03-27 - Transformer bursts into flame near shopping center in Charlottesville (Virginia):

2014-03-27 - Transformer bursts into flame at university campus in Kirksville (Missouri):

2014-03-27 - Yacht 'Asante' bursts into flame near the island of St Vincent in the Caribbean Sea, 1 killed:

2014-03-27 - Boat and three RV trailers destroyed by fire at 7 AM in Harwood (North Dakota):

2014-03-27 - Transit bus bursts into flame on street in Port Credit (Canada), near Lake Ontario:

2014-03-27 - Car-hauler truck bursts into flame on US 23 near Fenton Township (Michigan):

Quote: "Motorists are being diverted off the road. Some cars on the back of the semi were reportedly on fire. A cause wasn't immediately known."

2014-03-27 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on US 63 in Denver (Colorado):

2014-03-27 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A19 near Dalton Piercy (Britain):

2014-03-27 - Semi tractor bursts into flame at business in Lafayette (Indiana):

Quote: "Mechanics working on a semi found themselves running for the doors when the truck caught fire inside 91 N. 36th St. about 10:50 a.m. Thursday."

2014-03-27 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on Route 44 in Winchester (Connecticut):

Quote: "Officials said a garbage truck caught fire while driving down the roadway."

2014-03-27 - Refrigerated truck bursts into flame while parked at business in Mosta on the island of Malta:

2014-03-27 - Van bursts into flame while parked on Barnhurst Path in Watford (Britain):

2014-03-27 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to garage, in Grand Island (Nebraska):

2014-03-27 - SUV bursts into flame on street in Greenwood (South Carolina):

2014-03-27 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at rail station on the Isle of Wight (Britain):

Note: A car burst into flame on a road in coastal Shanklin on the Isle of Wight the day prior, mentioned in the 2014-03-26 update...

2014-03-27 - SUV bursts into flame at 3:30 AM while parked in carpark in Crowthorne (Britain):

2014-03-27 - Two cars destroyed by fire, third damaged, while parked at post office in Kearny (New Jersey):

Quote: "Ten hours earlier, Kearny firefighters joined firefighters from Harrison, East Newark and Secaucus to battle a 2-alarm brush fire off I-280 at the 15.9 mile marker, near the Kearny-Harrison border, Dyl said. The fire spanned several acres, he said, and was under control by 2:45 p.m. The fire temporarily suspended some railroad transportation, including the Northeast Corridor line of NJ Transit and PATH service, as it 'jumped the tracks' and extended down to the Passaic River, Dyl said.  At 5:07 p.m., Kearny firefighters went out to fight a second brush fire, this time a 1-alarm at 425 Bergen Ave., he said. The fire also burned for several acres along a railroad and was placed under control by 5:54 p.m., Dyl said."

Note: So some parked cars went up in flames at a post office and two brush fires broke out, one near the Passaic River and one near some railroad tracks...

2014-03-27 - Car bursts into flame at 3:30 AM while parked at apartments in Twentynine Palms (California):

2014-03-27 - Car bursts into flame on road in coastal Hampton (Virginia):,0,5958417.story

2014-03-27 - Car bursts into flame in Pelham Bay area of coastal Bronx (New York):

2014-03-27 - Car bursts into flame on Broadway Road in Sanford (North Carolina), car fire ignites woods:

2014-03-27 - Car bursts into flame on I-35 in New Braunfels (Texas):

2014-03-27 - Car bursts into flame on Route 21 in Nutley (New Jersey):

2014-03-27 - Car bursts into flame at 12:15 AM on Hayes Terrace in coastal Gosport (Britain):

2014-03-27 - Car bursts into flame shortly before midnight, on Jemmett Road in Ashford (Britain):

2014-03-27 - Car bursts into flame while parked at County Motors on Manchester Road in Northwich (Britain):

2014-03-27 - Car bursts into flame on M62 slip road at Chain Bar (Britain):

2014-03-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-485 in Pineville (North Carolina):

2014-03-27 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Route 17 in York County (Virginia):,0,943586.story

2014-03-27 - Two pickup trucks, garage and two other buildings destroyed by fire in Greenback (Tennessee):

2014-03-27 - Truck, race car and garage destroyed by fire in Greene County (Tennessee):

2014-03-27 - Mowers, tractors and storage building destroyed by fire at golf course in Douglassville (Pennsylvania):

Note: Within a mile of the Schuykill River...

2014-03-27 - Tractor and shed destroyed by fire at Tuckahoe Plantation on River Road near Manakin (Virginia):

Note: That's about 1 mile northeast (downwind) of the James River...

2014-03-27 - RV and garage destroyed by fire at Lake of the Ozarks (Missouri):

2014-03-27 - Barn damaged by fire in Greene County (Tennessee), one in a rash of barn fires:

Note: $2500 reward offered if anyone can identify a person involved in any of these fires. I guess the authorities there haven't noticed that the PLANET has been experiencing a rash of barn fires...

2014-03-27 - Barn damaged by fire near Clean Water Way in Reno (Nevada):

2014-03-27 - Barn damaged by fire on Back Lane in Kingston Seymour (Britain), near Yatton:

2014-03-27 - Barn and trailer damaged by fire in Hilton (Britain):

2014-03-27 - Electric meter bursts into flame with popping noise at 3:15 AM, fire spreads to home, in Des Moines (Iowa):

Note: There's that popping sound again, heard right as many fires have broken out in the last year or two. If you hear a popping sound at home, you might wanna take a walk around and see if something just ignited...

2014-03-27 - Garage bursts into flame, fire damages home too, in Des Moines (Iowa):

Note: Des Moines is looking kinda burny there...

2014-03-27 - Cooling tower bursts into flame at high-rise in Kansas City (Missouri):

2014-03-27 - Mulch bursts into flame in the wee hours along road in coastal Naples (Florida):

2014-03-27 - Two plant nursery buildings destroyed by fire at 1:30 AM in Macedon (New York):

Quote: "We had two buildings, the building to the west was more of a garage. The building that was involved on the east had the fertilizers in it..."

2014-03-27 - Deck bursts into flame, fire spreads to home, in Lexington, Minneapolis (Minnesota):

2014-03-27 - Porch and exterior AC unit burst into flame at apartment building in Opelika (Alabama):

2014-03-27 - House damaged by fire on East Ocean View in coastal Norfolk (Virginia):

Note: Map in the story shows just how VERY close this house is to the ocean...

2014-03-27 - Home heavily damaged by blaze in the wee hours in coastal Warwick (Rhode Island):

2014-03-27 - House damaged by fire at 3:43 AM in Springfield (Massachusetts), fire started in basement:

Note: Started in basement, just like that deadly nine-alarm fire in coastal Boston's Back Bay in Massachusetts the day prior, mentioned in the 2014-03-26 update. Hydrogen sulfide is a heavier-than-air gas and will seek out low-lying areas, like basements. It's also reactive with electrified copper and rust, and water heaters are also often located in basements, and gas water heaters have pilot lights...

2014-03-27 - Home destroyed by fire at 12:40 AM in New Gloucester (Maine), second in 2 days, fourth in 3 days:

Quote: "The fire that destroyed a home in New Gloucester Wednesday morning marked the fourth major fire in Cumberland County in three days, but there appears to be no correlation between those blazes or a string of Portland Dumpster fires set by an arsonist over the weekend."

Note: Ah, so homes AND dumspters are going up in flames in this town. No idea if those dumpster fires were arson. Haven't seen them mention any evidence that people were involved, so I'm not going to assume that THEY aren't making assumptions here. This town is east (downwind) of numerous lakes...

2014-03-27 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 6:30 AM in Salt Lake City (Utah):

2014-03-27 - Apartment building damaged by fire in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2014-03-27 - Apartment building damaged by fire in Aspen Hill (Maryland), near the coast, 50 families displaced:

2014-03-27 - Apartment building heavily damaged by blaze in Somerville (Massachusetts):

2014-03-27 - Condo complex heavily damaged by fire in coastal La Cita, Titusville (Florida):

2014-03-27 - Deadly blaze rips through home in coastal Seabrook (New Hampshire), 1 killed:

2014-03-27 - Vacant house burns at 6 AM in Beltzhoover area of Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-27 - Vacant home burns at 2 AM in Sugar Notch (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Early Tuesday morning, firefighters battled a blaze at a garage at 895 Main St. The cause of the garage fire was deemed electrical. The garage and the building damaged by fire early Thursday morning are about 80 yards from each other."

2014-03-27 - Vacant house burns just before 1 AM in Mount Hope (Kansas):

2014-03-27 - Two vacant homes destroyed by fire, vacant apartment building damaged, in Evansville (Indiana):

2014-03-27 - Vacant motel destroyed by fire in Melvindale (Michigan):

2014-03-27 - Charred corpse found in burned SUV shortly after 1 AM in Altoona (Alabama):

2014-03-27 - College student, 20, found dead in dorm room in Albany (New York):

Quote: "While Robert's death was unattended, there is no evidence of foul play..."

Note: So just another college student dropping dead. Well, everyone of every age is dropping dead these days. College students aren't immune...

2014-03-27 - Rich lady's bodyguard, man, 35, Australian war hero, drops dead at luxury hotel in coastal London (Britain):

2014-03-27 - Two women, 44 and 55, found dead in separate houses across the street from each other in Wythe County (Virginia):

Note: This area is about 1000 feet northeast (downwind) of a creek. Apparent drug overdoses is the explanation - key word apparent. How do they know that? Nobody's done any tests, so they're trying to cough up some explanation they can sell to the sleepy and unobservant public. This reminds me VERY much of when two men, both 52, dropped dead in their separate but adjacent homes in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), as mentioned in the 2013-03-15 update. As the atmospheric contamination proceeds, the clouds of hydrogen sulfide will get larger, more numerous and more concentrated. Eventually it won't just be two houses with dead people in them, but ten, fifty, then entire villages and towns dying and so on. Many people will die from fires and explosions too, of course...

2014-03-27 - Woman in her 30s found dead in lake at Hollenbeck Park in coastal Los Angeles (California):,0,1868315.story

2014-03-27 - Woman, 62, found dead near Butte Creek Road in Molalla (Oregon):

2014-03-27 - Man, 33, found dead in vacant gas station in Edinburg (Texas):

Quote: "There are no signs of trauma, and no other signs of foul play..."

2014-03-27 - Woman, 83, drops dead next to her SUV, in Ray Township (Michigan):

2014-03-27 - Middle-aged man drops dead in Manheim Township (Pennsylvania):

2014-03-27 - Man drops dead near Thoroughbred Park in Lexington (Kentucky):

2014-03-27 - Man falls off bridge into the River Clyde and dies, in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2014-03-27 - Man, 20 to 40, found dead in the Mississippi River in Keokuk (Iowa):

2014-03-27 - Man found dead in muddy water at wasteland in North Tyneside (Britain):

2014-03-27 - Man, 65, goes to take a dump in river, next seen dead in the Pasig River, in Manila (Philippine Islands):

2014-03-27 - Woman, 72, found dead in canal in Quepem (India):

2014-03-27 - Man, 52, has 'medical event while driving, pickup slams into church, in Damascus (Ohio), 1 killed:

Note: He may have been dead BEFORE he hit the church. Plenty of people are being found dead in vehicles, so obviously some are dying while driving too, not just while parked. Being in a vehicle is pretty close to being outdoors, which means fully exposed to any hydrogen sulfide that may blow by in the wind...

2014-03-27 - Passenger plane makes emergency landing at airport in Schiphol Airport (Netherlands), landing gear problem:

2014-03-27 - Small plane takes off then immediately crashes, in Haryana (India), fire mentioned:

Quote: "The plane was barely 15-20 feet in the air when it went down. A fire broke out in the aircraft but it was not immediately clear what caused the accident and whether the blaze preceded or followed the crash."

Note: That's a big detail to miss - another plane bursting into flame?

2014-03-27 - Small plane crashes into paddock in Pallamana (Australia), engine failure:

2014-03-27 - Tractor trailer hauling sheep overturns in coastal Whitehaven (Britain), 60 sheep killed:

Note: Sounds baaaa-aaa-aaad...

2014-03-27 - Tractor trailer hauling milk overturns on the M6 near Stoke (Britain):

2014-03-27 - Truck slams into tour bus at 2:20 AM, both burst into flame, near coastal Mumbai (India), 2 killed:

2014-03-27 - Unoccupied fuel truck rolls off driveway into creek, in Richmond (Virginia), brake failure:

Quote: "The fuel truck rolled out of the driveway after it suffered a brake failure..."

2014-03-27 - SUV veers over centerline, hits dump truck head-on, near Sherwood (Oregon), 1 killed, 1 lightly injured:

2014-03-27 - Car and SUV collide head-on at 5 AM, one bursts into flame, in Gary (Illinois), both drivers killed:

2014-03-27 - Car and pickup collide head-on, in coastal Sydney (Australia), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2014-03-27 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, near Tiaro (Australia), near the Mary River, 2+ injured:

2014-03-27 - Car crashes through guardrail at 2:30 AM, overturns, bursts into flame, near Marine Creek Parkway in Fort Worth (Texas), 1 injured:

2014-03-27 - Car veers off road, slams into parked cars, in Middlefield (Connecticut), 1 injured:

2014-03-27 - Car veers off road at 6 AM, hits tree, splits in half, near Springfield (Ohio), 3 killed:

2014-03-27 - Sharp rise reported in dog bite cases in Arizona in recent years:

Quote: "State Department of Health Services director Will Humble said Thursday that incidents of severe dog bites that required hospitalization have more than doubled in the last five years. According to Humble, there has been a 139 percent increase in patients requiring at least one night of hospital stay for treatment of a dog bite."

Note: Sharp rise in people-biting-people cases too, I would bet you, if anyone monitors such a thing, which I doubt. Same problem - slow neurological deterioration (brain damage) caused by low (but rising) levels of neurotoxic hydrogen sulfide contaminating the atmosphere. More autism, ADHD and ADD too...

2014-03-27 - Pit bull-terrier mix attacks and seriously injures 3-year-old girl in Chubbuck (Idaho):

2014-03-27 - College student, 21, found dead in car from hydrogen sulfide poisoning, blamed on suicide, in Waco (Texas):

Quote: "Officials later determined that the student, a 21-year-old senior, died by inhaling toxic gas released from a homemade hydrogen sulfide mixture, Assistant Fire Chief Patrick Kerwin said."

Note: Or maybe someone saw him already dead and put the hazard placards on the car to disguise what actually happened. They weren't handwritten, apparently, so there's really no way to tell. I mentioned that the authorities might try to disguise some of the hydrogen sulfide deaths that way. Not really any reason for anyone to commit suicide with hydrogen sulfide - carbon monoxide is easier and cheaper and every vehicle already has a carbon monoxide emitter: the exhaust pipe. Plus, hydrogen sulfide, if it doesn't kill you, might leave you a brain-damaged zombie, or paralyzed, or blind, etc.

Quote: "In February 2012, Baylor freshman William David Patterson committed suicide by setting himself on fire in the back seat of his Cadillac CTS, which he parked near Eastland Lake Road by the Baylor Challenge Course."

Note: Wouldn't be too sure THAT was a suicide either. All we can know for SURE: one college student was incinerated in his car and another college student died from hydrogen sulfide poisoning.

2014-03-27 - Landfill emitting noxious odors in Bethlehem (Pennsylvania), inspectors can't find source:

Quote: "The inspector cannot find odors emanating from this huge IESI Landfill Bethlehem in Lower Saucon Township? I live 5 miles away and step out my back door in Williams Township and get knocked over by the wet-dog smell. Depreciating land values are next. Something is rotten, and it's not in Denmark."

2014-03-27 - Dangerous levels of radon gas found in home in Limousin (France):

Quote: "A check discovered the presence of 'abnormal amount' of radon gas in the basement and other areas of the property."

Note: Hmm, in the basement. From Wiki:

Quote: "For this reason, it has been hypothesized that increases in radon concentration is due to the generation of new cracks underground, which would allow increased ground water circulation, flushing out radon. The generation of new cracks might not unreasonably be assumed to precede major earthquakes. In the 1970s and 1980s, scientific measurements of radon emissions near faults found that earthquakes often occurred with no radon signal, and radon was often detected with no earthquake to follow. It was then dismissed by many as an unreliable indicator. However, as of 2009, it is under investigation as a possible precursor by NASA."

Note: Yeah, and 2013 was a record year for volcanic eruptions too. Maybe some new cracks are forming underground in that area, and magma is moving closer to the surface, or water is seeping down into those new cracks, flushing some radon out of the ground and into this home's basement...

2014-03-27 - Man, 42, sickens on cruise ship off the coast near Cape Lookout (North Carolina), medevac'd off:

2014-03-27 - Hundreds of students and 50 staff sicken at high school in Montclair (New Jersey), near the coast:

Quote: "...most were believed to be suffering from the sudden onset of stomach cramping, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea."

2014-03-27 - CDC reports 30 percent increase in autism diagnoses in children:

Note: More neurotoxic hydrogen sulfide blowing around in the atmosphere will result in increases in neurological problems like autism, ADHD, ADD, etc. Looks like that's already happening...

2014-03-27 - Humongous rat caught at home in Stockholm (Sweden):

Note: Wow, that thing was just enormous, bigger than any of my cats. Also, I think the guy there just made it to level 2! (Haha, Dungeons and Dragons reference - my inner nerd is still alive!)

2014-03-27 - Ferocious storm tears across Newfoundland (Canada), 185+ KPH winds:

2014-03-27 - Toxic blue-green algae outbreak (cyanobacteria) reported at Tomahawk Lagoon (New Zealand):


  1. More events happening around me here in PA - Manheim Twp is a short ride (less than 1/2 hr) from here. Bethlehem is about 85 miles away. Douglassville is about 31 miles away, while Sugar Notch is less than 110. Of course Pittsburgh is clear across the state.

    If I had put pins in a state map, of all the events you've listed since I started reading your blog - i'd be surrounded! Nyaaah-aaah-aaaaaaah! Wooo-woo-woo-woo!


    1. Haha, I know the feeling where I am too! But for some reason, Pennsylvania does seem pretty bad. It was the first place where they found methane seeping from the ground around some homes, so I had a feeling things would not be too rosy in Pennsylvania. That'd make a good new state motto for me here: 'Come To Missouri, We're Slightly Better Than Pennsylvania!'

  2. Ha-haaaaaaa - that's great Jonny!

    I forgot to mention Lewistown which is about 102 miles from here.

    Also - how about that effing RAT! Geez Louise I woulda called the local SWAT team on it! Holy Crap!

  3. Jonny- It took 8 count them, EIGHT cops to get this guy handcuffed to a stretcher!!!! They are blaming it on PCP. And the naked tricycle rider they are blaming on cocaine. Yeah, right.

  4. Dayum! Thanks for the link. Don't see any mention of PCP in the actual charges either. And who witnessed him say anything about that? ONLY the cops? Mmm, yeah, well, they could say that he said anything, so then you've gotta believe them AND this crazy naked guy, and I'm not too sure I can believe either one!

  5. I am sure this would have been on your report tomorrow anyway but I just had to alert you to it. 8 cops and he hurt many of them pretty bad. Sounds like he was just a kid at like, 21 years old.
    PCP? Don't think so......