conceptual oyster

the world is my oyster…living in random oyster beds, oceans and marshes worldwide, currently:, New Zealand

Archive for July, 2007

random thursday…i mean tuesday

1. i’m so tired, i just want to put my head down and rest.

2. my poor computer is held captive by the twits at HP…i’ve been more than patient for about 5 months  with this notebook, and now, i’m down right pissed. (and that’s probably why i’m tired)

 3. my recent …i forgot

4. i have poison ivy.


Bigger, Stronger, Hungrier…Celebrate Shark Week’s 20th Anniversary

breaching the surface

yep, it’s that time of year again for a time honored tradition…i will hunkerdown with hot tea, peanut butter & crackers, as i have for so many years and consume…Shark Week ’07.
Here’s this year’s new feature:

Ocean of Fear: Worst Shark Attack Ever

A dramatic documentary featuring the story of the of the USS Indianapolis in World War II. Explore the sinking and the horrifying shark attacks that cost hundreds of soldiers’ lives.

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lake blossom

thought bubble

i am not a gypsy.

wednesday’s written verses

i’ve been collecting ‘banana stickers’, and here’s what i’ve gotten so far.

go forth and be inspired, even if it is from a banana…

‘nourish your body’

‘heart healthy’

‘ive got vitamin C’

‘brain fuel’

toothy tuesday…

Rugby Player Finds Rival’s Tooth Buried in Forehead


Mon Jul 16, 11:16 PM ET

An Australian rugby player who went to his doctor with severe headaches was amazed to find he’d been living with an opponent’s tooth embedded in his forehead for months, it was reported Tuesday.

Ben Czislowski clashed heads with an opponent during a game in the Queensland Cup competition in early April, slicing open his forehead and leaving his opponent with a broken jaw and several missing teeth.

Czislowski told Brisbane’s Courier Mail newspaper that his wound was stitched up after the match and since then he had suffered shooting headaches, lethargy and an eye infection.

After trying to ignore the symptoms, the 24-year-old went to his doctor when he became concerned the constant pain and listlessness would force him to quit rugby league.

Czislowski said he was shocked when doctors told him the problem stemmed from a tooth that had been buried in his forehead just above his left eye.

“I can laugh about it now but the doctor told me it could have been serious with teeth carrying germs,” Czislowski told Australian Associated Press.

“I feel so lucky that the worst that I got out of it was that my head looked uglier than it does normally.”

Czislowski said he was prepared to mail the tooth back to its rightful owner if it was wanted, but until he received a request, he was keeping hold of it as proof of his bizarre injury.

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