Friday, July 14, 2006

Eurasian's Accident Report

Well the Eurasian has been posting accient reports in comments on random posts...


Why not post them all in the comments of this one post

Hmm the Eurasian is the first to be on the scene of a few accidents... Maybe he should get a police scanner and a digital camera and bring up news of all accidents in town? Then the insurance companies can visit to see the accident scenes?


Anonymous Anonymous said...


This week, LonesomeDove of Odessa made everybody at aware of the fact that snout butterflies were in the area, passing through.

Sunday, July 30, I watched a crowd of snout butterflies feeding on some flowers. So I went and scrutinized them from a distance of about a foot.

I noticed that they only have 4 feet. I did this several times with several snout butterflies, and always I only saw 4 feet.

This looked stranged because what I know is that insects have 6 feet, except for spiders which have 8 feet and milipedes and centipedes and caterpillars that have many feet.

So I googled the Internet and looked at some photos of butterflies. You know what I found out by looking at the pictures??????



note: remember, you heard it first, here at Bert's Blog.

The Eurasian

10:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spiders aren't insects.

8:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:40pm Aug 3, 2006, a red pickpup was laying upside down, rolled over at one end of Highway 191 Underpass, between SAM'S and Grassland. All 4 wheels were pointed to the sky. Roof 50%partly crushed, headights on. TV reporter was seen taking pictures. Highway 191 Underpassed bocked and closed by police cars.

Remember, you heard this first at Bert's Blog. Sorry, I slept and forgot to report this 5 hours ago. But even if late, still is ahead of TV Stations in reporting the rollover to you!!! The Eurasian

3:44 AM  
Blogger Bert said...

Not too late Eury, I didn't hear about it until now! Thanks!

6:36 AM  
Blogger Buck-Fush said...

I have the Euro One pegged now........he is in shyster school....or else he has his own &&&experimental%%% teevee station.......

9:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Annonymous said 10:17 am that spiders aren't insects.

Are spiders crabs?

Are crabs spiders?

7:53 AM  
Blogger Bert said...

Spiders are arthropods... Arthropods include Insects, Arachnids, and crustaceans.

Insects are insects. Spiders are arachnids. Crabs are crustaceans. They all can be considered cousins then (same phylum, different class)

3:13 PM  

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