Hic! - drunk driver unaware he was missing wheel
Weapons of Choice - Montanans insist on gun rights
Do You Want Fries with That? - restaurant offers 134-pound burger
On this day in history: February 26, 1974 - A U.S. Senate report reveals Ford Motor's involvement in Nazi Germany's war efforts, for which CEO Henry Ford received the Grand Cross of the German Eagle from Adolf Hitler himself. After the war, the car company was paid nearly $1M reparation by the U.S. government to compensate for one of its plants that was bombed within the Reich.
Born on this day in history: February 26, 1932 - Johnny Cash (1932–2003) Born in Kingsland, AR, singer Johnny Cash, one of the greatest stars of country music, recorded his first hits, "I Walk the Line" and "Folsom Prison Blues," in 1956. In 1968, he married June Carter (1929-2003), a member of country music's famous "first family." Cash was inducted into the Country Music Association (CMA) Hall of Fame in 1980.
Scripture of the Day: As the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without deeds is dead. - James 2:26
Video of the Day: fin d'été - end of summer - submitted by Amber
Hillary stares in horror as the vote count is reported. Click to enlarge.
Warm weather! It is forecast to be 70 degrees today and tomorrow and 74 degrees on Thursday! The weekend is forecast to be warmer yet! Praise God!