The Family (Or most of them)

The Family (Or most of them)
The Family

January 30, 2010

The Winter O-limp-ics

I Had a sign on here that said "Winky Weinerhead Wants You" but I accidentally erased it.

Anyway, the Winter Olympics are oming to Canada in mid-month.

My pictures of the atletes are all gone but there's speedskaters Cindy Klassen & Clara Hughes and hockey phenom Jennifer Botterill of Manitoba, my province, on the Canadian women's hockey team.

And there's others, including phenom centre Jonathon Toews, on the mens' hockey team that I've written about and that I know pretty well.

Then there's tortoises.

These girls with interested male onlookers...
An explanation of the above phenomena...

And the Attention span of males...

The male gorilla, which shows the same huge interest in The Winter Games, is joined in its interest in The Games by the Grizzly bear below it.

These are just sidelight pix to distract you.
This woman below will almost certainly win the inaugural womens' beard-growing event.

Below is a rendition of the "My brain can survive anything" event.

Here is a shot of Spaceship Orion.

Above is what I really look like. Below is a rendition of my younger brother Gerry.

Snow anyone?
I am the Supreme Being.

This is Jaring Timmerman, a centenarian swimmer I got to know.
This below on the right is ME.

I just like this pic.

Our GOOFY Prime Minister.

My ex-newsroom.


  1. Anonymous1:09 p.m.

    Small and Collins are no longer on the Canadian women's hockey team.

    No need to reply; I'm just a geek, in addition to being too shy to use my name.


  2. Anon: I see your interest & sincerity. Thanks.

  3. I'm looking forward to the Olympics! Weeeeeeeee!!!!!

    I bet all the Canadians are going to take a day off from work to watch the hockey games. I hear the Russians might be your biggest challengers. Still, you have the home field advantage.

    I hope they got enough snow now for the Games.

  4. Anonymous11:16 p.m.

    It they don't have enough snow in Whistler they can always transport the snow from the zamboni at the hockey games to Whistler for the slopes. :) lol

    I hope the men's hockey team wins gold — if they don't we'll have to hear about it for the next four years and how the Canadian hockey program needs fixing.



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