Online gambling website, OnlineGamblingPal.com, announced it will be having a bit of Michael Jackson’s hair made into a professional standard roulette ball. They are already soliciting bids for the novelty item, just in case you’re interested. Only a few more shopping days before the holidays.
All together now. . . . Eeeww! . . . Click here for the full article: Michael Jackson Memorabilia Fail: Gambling Site Turns King of Pop’s Hair into Roulette Wheel.
Blogs and Articles in No Particular Order
The Bayard/Lamb 2012 Campaign Blog Tour is stopped off at Myndi Shafer’s blog this week. The Foxie with Moxie Pair Answer this Question: What’s Wrong with this Picture? Find out what the Foxie with Moxie Pair have to say about pizza as a veggie and great uses for Granny’s pills.
Great news! My friend/editor/running mate and best selling author Kristen Lamb is offering her unparalleled course on blogging. Join this Class or the Pixies WIN
Two of my favorites in one place. Donna Newton’s 30 Second Interview with . . . Ryne Douglas Pearson. Ryne isn’t just a genuinely thoughtful, terrific friend, he is also a novelist and screenwriter, with such credits as Knowing and Simple Simon, the book that the movie Mercury Rising was based on. You can find his work at his website, Ryne Douglas Pearson.
In the world of Cute, ferrets are getting a bit of competition from a snoozing baby seal. I’m sure it’s only temporary, though. A report from my presidential opponent, Samuel Clemons. Snagging My Gig
In case you were wondering, Erik Klemetti, assistant professor of Geosciences at Denison University, clears up this pressing question. The Right (and Wrong) Way to Die When You Fall Into Lava
And don’t despair if you’re outbid on the hairy Michael Jackson roulette ball. Stacy Green has some unique and eccentric gift ideas. Glovers for Lovers
Speaking of seasonal shopping, Mark Kaplowitz asks, Remember When You Couldn’t Buy Things Online?
Another awesome installment from Nigel Blackwell about flight and the sound barrier. Not the Only Game in Town
A look at America, India, work, and the meaning of education through the eyes of a thoughtful young Indian gentleman from Calcutta, Vikash Pandi. Ohh, America
Merry Farmer discusses the power structure of England during the Middle Ages. Who’s In Charge Here?
Chaz questions our human tendency toward legalism at his blog, One Direction Forward. Legalism
Alicia Street asks a question near and dear to my heart. What Makes You Dance?
Today, I want to introduce you to one of my favorite dancers, Sonia. Sonia is an awesome lady with some outstanding moves. Yes. I can do this. But since I’m at least 20 years older than Sonia, I will concede that it looks better on her. She dances in the Boulder/Denver area, and you can find her at her website, Sonia Belly Dancer.
What do you think about Michael Jackson’s hair being made into a roulette ball? Would that be a Michael Jackson hairball?
All the best to all of you for keeping your hair in place.
Piper Bayard–The Pale Writer of the Apocalypse