Monday, February 21, 2011

Today On Oprah

Today on Oprah, she had Celine Dion and the debut of her miracle babies and the McGhee Family with their 8 month old sextuplets. The McGee family welcomed home four boys and two girls on June 9th. The sextuplets were a blessing to the McGee family after the couple had lost twins to preterm birth 3 years earlier. Thanks to Walmart in Columbus, Ohio the McGee's will have $250,000 to spend at Walmart to help them with the cost of raising sextuplets.

Winter Break

Yesterday morning there was no snow on the ground and look at it now. 10" of snow since yesterday afternoon.  

Some winter break. I guess the weather is appropriate for a winter break. Adam is probably wishing he was in school instead. Because, he is not happy with me for sending him outside to shovel snow. To his relief, he does have the assistance of his sister's boyfriend.

BP Says It's Safe To Eat Sea Food From The Gulf

BP jumped the gun a little bit when launching their new commercial featuring a fisherman of the Gulf. In the commercial, the fisherman says, BP cleaned up the oil spill, paid him for his loss and it is safe to eat the lobster from the Gulf again. Apparently, they didn't know about the new reports being put out by Samantha Joye, from the University of Georgia on Saturday at a conference. A marine scientist Samantha Joye of the University of Georgia says, the oil isn't degrading as planned and it has desecrated part of the sea life in the Gulf of Mexico. "Magic microbes consumed maybe 10 percent of the total discharge, the rest of it we don't know," Joye said, later adding: "there's a lot of it out there." Joye and her colleges took 5 expeditions and took 250 cores of the sea floor stretching across stretching across 2,600 square miles. Joye says the oil is choking the bottom dwelling sea creatures.  Bp is claiming it is safe to eat sea food from the Gulf. I think they are just thinking about the bottom line, making money and they are not too concerned about the dangers of people eating sea food from the Gulf. I wonder if they are eating sea food from the Gulf or if they would feed it to their families. My guess is, probably not.

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