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On March 5th, 2007... I finally decided to start my online journal.
You'll find my opinions on a variety of topics as well as links to
other things on the web that I find interesting.
When the spirit moves me, I may also include longer essays.
 
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Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Check Out The NEW Site!!
The New Site is Up!! ... Well... Partially anyway... It's far from done ...But I'm sure I'll get it fully functional soon.
 
Go and check it out... It's Right HERE
 
Don't forget to bookmark the new address too!  It's at:
 
 
We'll be linking back here so we don't lose the current archives... (I worked hard to post all that stuff!!)... See Ya There!!
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Monday, April 30, 2007

I'll Try Again Tomorrow
I tried to upload the transfer to the new server... Didn't work... I'll keep trying.
Be Patient!
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Todays insults
Your house is so dirty people have to wipe their feet before they go outside. -anonymous
 
I farted to make you smell better. - Sharon
 
You must be from the shallow end of the gene pool. - unknown
 
There's nothing wrong with you that reincarnation won't cure.-- Jack E. Leonard
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PostSecret 7:51 pm pdt | link

Are We Heading For Immortality?

From the moment of birth, we begin the battle against death -- against the inevitable. Statistics say that a newborn child can expect to live an average of 76 years. But averages may not be what they use to be.

In 1786, life expectancy was 24 years. A hundred years later it doubled to 48. Right now, it's 76.

"Over half the baby boomers here in America are going to see their hundredth birthday and beyond in excellent health," says Dr. Ronald Klatz of the American Academy of Anti-Aging. "We're looking at life spans for the baby boomers and the generation after the baby boomers of 120 to 150 years of age."  (more)

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Saturday, April 28, 2007

Sunday may be moving day
On Sunday we'll be trying to move onto a dedicated server... If I get it halfway right... You shouldn't notice anything... If I don't... Be Patient!
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Some Quotes
"America is a melting pot, the people at the bottom get burned while all the scum floats to the top."- Charlie King
 
"Nothing in the world is more dangerous than a sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
 
“The tongue is deadlier than a sharp knife... It can kill without drawing blood.” - Buddha
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Today's Insults
You are a wickedly uncivilized fiend and a myopic, dull-witted patient on a ward of witless wanton wretches. - unknown
 
I feel sorry for you because you're homely, but I feel even sorrier for other people because they have to look at you. - anonymous
 
Is that your nose or did you inhale a cantaloupe? - anonymous
 
 
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Plants Gone Wild!!
kudzuFew houses are abandoned and allowed to be taken over by vegetation. However, in parts of the south including the city of Atlanta those that are, are susceptible to being engulfed by kudzu. Some make interesting natural sculptures. Here are twenty seven buildings and old houses in 39 images which are visible from highways and streets in Georgia and South Carolina.
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Had major trouble yesterday
I hope we can post today!!
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Thursday, April 26, 2007

Why Some Get Laughs and Others Get Fired
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Some Say the Don Imus Debacle Was a Seminal Moment in American Cultural History... Media A.I... (After Imus)
For a country founded on free speech, some people are getting a lot of flack for opening their mouths.... Last week...a New York police sergeant was reassigned after calling three female officers "hos" during a roll call at a Brooklyn stationhouse. (MORE)
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Insults of the Day
"Every now and then you meet someone whose ignorance is encyclopedic." - Stanislaw J. Lec
 
Your mom's so dumb she put a peep hole in a glass door. - unknown
 
After hearing you talk, I now know that the dead do contact us. - anonymous
 
You must be the arithmetic man - you add trouble, subtract pleasure, divide attention, and multiply ignorance. - unknown
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Got some questions about this
This post raised some questions... Maybe a few answers here.
 Does absinthe really cause hallucinations?
 When absinthe was banned in France, Switzerland, the United States and many other countries in the early 1900s, it had really fallen out of favor. It wasn't just frowned upon; it was accused of creating murderers, making children into criminals and turning women into "martyrs." That regular old alcohol received similar treatment during the Prohibition period in the United States turns out to be pretty apropos: We now know that properly manufactured absinthe, an anise-flavored, alcoholic drink, is no more dangerous than any other properly prepared liquor.

What about the tales of hallucinations, Oscar Wilde and his tulips, family massacres and instant death? Not absinthe's fault, technically speaking. Absinthe does have a very high alcohol content -- anywhere between 55 and 75 percent, which equates to about 110 to 144 proof. It makes whiskey's standard 40 percent (80 proof) seem like child's play, which is why absinthe is supposed to be diluted. Absinthe is not a hallucinogen; its alcohol content and herbal flavor sets it apart from other liquors.

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Great Pictures Here! 6:01 pm pdt | link

If anybody deserves it ...Its this guy!

Physicist Hawking gets taste of zero-gravity

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) - British physicist Stephen Hawking took a flight on Thursday that gave the renowned scientist, who is confined to a wheelchair, a taste of the weightlessness of space.

Hawking, 65, and an entourage of caretakers and other thrill-seekers took off from the space shuttle's runway at the Kennedy Space Center in a specially modified jet that dives through the sky to give passengers an experience of zero gravity.

They returned to the space center in Florida about two hours later.

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So this is happening in other parts of the world also...

Taiwan stung by millions of missing bees

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's bee farmers are feeling the sting of lost business and possible crop danger after millions of the honey-making, plant-pollinating insects vanished during volatile weather, media and experts said on Thursday.

Over the past two months, farmers in three parts of Taiwan have reported most of their bees gone, the Chinese-language United Daily News reported. Taiwan's TVBS television station said about 10 million bees had vanished in Taiwan.

A beekeeper on Taiwan's northeastern coast reported 6 million insects missing "for no reason", and one in the south said 80 of his 200 bee boxes had been emptied, (continued)

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Wednesday, April 25, 2007

No Posts Today ( Wednesday)
I'll be back on Thursday!
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Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Looney Tunes
Remember all those great lines from the Looney Tunes Cartoons?  Bugs Bunny, Foghorn Leghorn, Little Red Riding Hood,  Elmer Fudd & Porky Pig?
Here they are!... Lots of 'em!
 
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I always thought we survived because we were Stinky
Hairless, clawless, and largely weaponless, ancient humans used the unlikely combination of sweatiness and relentlessness to gain the upper hand over their faster, stronger, generally more dangerous animal prey,
Modern humans and their immediate ancestors such as Homo erectus sport several adaptations that make humans, instead of some ferocious, furry, or fleet creature, the animal world’s best distance runners. (continued)
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Wanna see some cool clouds? 4:29 pm pdt | link

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