Check out this ridiculous video. Thanks Chase for the recommendation.
I went to a wedding a few months ago with the best wedding band I had ever seen, "The Grateful Geezers". I am not much of a dancer, but they had me dancing all night long.
While in Thailand I got the chance to visit the Long-Neck Karen Hill Tribe people. It was the first time I had ever seen a person with rings around there neck that wasn't in a National Geographic. The rings on the neck reach from the clavicle up to beneath the chin, and these rings are always held very tighly by the bone structure from clavicle to chin. This neck ring adornment is started when the girls are 5 or 6 years old and the neck grows longer as additional rings are added with each passing year. It is from this practice that this tribe has gained the name of "Long Necks". I also had the oppurtunity to hold a set of rings, and they were way heavier than i would have thought. Here is a picture of me holding a handmade guitar with a Karen Woman.
For those of you that don't know, I love to play tennis, and I think half of the battle is looking the part.
On our way to Thailand we stopped in Japan, and I was fascinated with the toilets.
At first glance it looks like a typical toilet, until you check out the buttons on the side..........
You have a plethora of options to assist you with you duty..... (pun?). My favorite being the flushing sound that you can use to disguise your bodies embarrassing sounds. And yes you can control the volume. Last but not least if you look to the far right you can see a deodorizer, but not just any, it is a "powerful deodorizer". If you get the chance, check out these toilets, they are second to none.