that’s a keeper
as soon as the lights go down….
Something to remember.
This one made me smile.
Phil: I hope that you find this. I am asking a serious question. A few days ago, you talked about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables, along with getting the proper amount of sunshine. Do you know of any natural remedies that will either halt or reverse congestive heart failure? I have not found anything yet.
Now that’s the old Arlo and Janice we want to see. Grin.
7 Minutes & 4 Seconds – plenty of time for both of them to get a bit more “disheveled”. (Very Goth lipstick)
Has anyone seen a study on eclipse babies? 2 minutes 41 seconds. Plenty of time.
I like this one, I like it a lot
wow, a drive by kissing……..snicker snicker
Janis wears black lipstick?!? How goth
So, how did the eclipse viewing party make out?
Ah an eclipse with the emphasis on “LIPS”.
I use two pieces of viewing equipment: my telescope with the solar projector and a pin hole box projector. Notice a common word there? Projector. Rule #1, don’t trust ANYTHING that says it’s ok to look directly at the sun!!! I’ll use the word one more time. I project a drastic increase in Emergency Room ocular damage reports on Tuesday. You KNOW there are people out there that made $$$ selling inferior eye protection. You wanna bet your vision on those “safety eclipse viewing glasses”? Not ME!
If I see it will be on TV.
So, Arlo & Janis live somewhere within the path of totality of today’s eclipse.
Janis is My type of Woman….
This was a very sweet one.
I have l looked at 2 eclipses by having a pin hole above a piece of cardboard and all I saw was a sunlit dot. (not 100% either time or today) Husband has to be very careful as he already has holes in his vision due to retina surgery (biggest problem is numbers – one can figure out a word is wrong, but the difference between say, 1000 and 100000 may not be obvious when works with financial reports) so we knew we had to be very careful. We looked for glasses, but did not find any and he set up the pinhole and cardboard for us to use.
Last night (night before eclipse) I read that there were locations here that were hosting parties and that they had limited supplies of glasses – one of which was a library in the next community. I then heard on the news that libraries have had the glasses. We drove past the library with the event and they were jammed. I went in (he stayed with car as could not park there and ended up across the street) and got on a huge line and it soon started moving. We were told one pair per family – seemed fair to me as that way more people can see the eclipse.
I then had to get to husband – the county chose today to rip out the corner and replace it, so I had to walk in a main street. I had read up on the glasses before we went looking for them and it had all of the correct markings so we were not worried.
So I got to see a 71% eclipse – exciting only because it took so long to be able to see one – disappointing – it did not get darker at all nor colder.
A colander was a great way to look. LOTS of eclipses!