Well, here’s a thousand (and then some)…
Here’s a sign of the times for all you risk managers out there: http://failblog.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/fail-owned-risk-mgmt-fail.jpg?w=500&h=318
If you can't see the above video, try http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=th4pKLjAGGI&feature=player_embedded
And here's a picture....AND a few words to expand on the story....
- - - In Powell, Wyoming , Mike and Pam Masterson called 911 - - - and then animal control - - - about a cat that was perched in a tree in their backyard - - - - the cat's presence led first to the couple's dog barking "hysterically" - - - and then the dog ran inside and wouldn't go out - - - and then Pam saw why - - - and so can you at http://powelltribune.com/index.php/content/view/1054/1/
TRIVIAL PURSUITS :
When Secretariat was euthanized in 1989 (he was suffering from a painful and often incurable hoof condition), a part of his anatomy was the largest ever recorded for a racehorse - what was it?
The post-mortem exam showed that Secretariat's heart weighed 22 pounds, the largest ever recorded for a racehorse.
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