Lauren Davenport is working as a conservation intern at the Franklin Conservation Department. She was assigned to write a piece on invasive species for the Franklin newsletter, but was kind enough to share some thoughts with Buntology readers first.
“I’m not trying to bore you guys here, but I thought a little environmental science info might spice up the site, and maybe I can share some of my knowledge. I think it’s interesting, I hope you do too!”
Invasive species are rapidly spreading across the world. Invasive species are plants, animals and insects that aren’t native to the area and have a negative effect on the habitat. They invade the area economically, environmentally and ecologically.
These days, more than ever before, I’m hearing people say they want to get tattoos. That’s cool I guess. I’m about as accepting as the next acceptor, but I often wonder how so many people can spontaneously give up a plot of their body they probably can’t get back.
I have a hard enough time choosing between three tempting items on an IHOP breakfast menu, let alone marrying one of the endless possibilities of potential tattoos. And unlike my blueberry pancakes, this decision is relatively permanent.
If I were in Belgium last weekend, this is a pep talk I would have had with 18-year-old Kimberly Vlaeminck
Michael Jackson died after being rushed to the UCLA Medical Center earlier today where he was reported as not breathing.
A call was placed to the Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics who performed CPR on Jackson and took him to the hospital.
“The circumstances of Jackson’s death were not immediately clear. Jackson was not breathing when Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics responded to a call at his Los Angeles home about 12:30 p.m. local time, Capt. Steve Ruda told the Los Angeles Times.” – Associated Press
Rest in peace MJ. And know that your video for “Thriller” still scares the bejesus out of Angela.
After the jump, read Ivan’s thoughts on Facebook as a source of news…
Farrah Fawcett, most famous for her role as one of Charlie’s Angels, died earlier this morning after a long battle with cancer.
She recently filmed a diary on her fight against anal cancer, which I watched only last month.
I never knew too much about her, only that her feathered blonde hair was all the rage in the 1970s, and that famous poster of her was on everyone’s wall. To read more about Farrah’s life you can click here.
Buntology friend and music contributor Neil Cassady joins us for a nightcap and conversation about swine flu, an upcoming music festival and our pants-optional policy. Just another Wednesday night at Bunty headquarters.
Check out “The Rum Diaries,” a blog created by Westfield State-ers Colby Henderson and Matt Castonguay. The site is still pretty new, but if these boys’ talent is anything like their looks then it’s probably slightly above average.
Check out an MLB Roundup article by former Sports Method & Madness writer, Steve Christo. A Rum Diaries exclusive!