Friday, January 23, 2009

This is NOT a bio terror lab!


The world's longest hiccup spell lasted
68 years. Charles Osborne, 1922 - 1990.


With 41 words in the title, and a 1991 film,
what is the longest movie title ever?

If you can find an uglier fish, let me know!

6 opinionated prattle:

Stan said...

Just got hit with a very strong earthquake, no data been posted yet but there was a 3.6 at Port Graham at 0318 this morning. the one we just felt was the strongest that I have felt since we moved into the house, we discovered the house does move in all directions.

Stan said...

Data just posted, our little shaker was a 5.7 magnitude, 50 miles west of Homer (Saint Augustine ?) Maybe the mountain is waking up, there has been a lot of activity in the region over the past several days when you triangulate it on a chart. As for an uglier fish than the picture you posted, your fish are ugly but I think the spawned out "pink salmon" that you tried to enter into our Silver Salmon Derby was much uglier, at least in these pictures your fish are almost smiling! Working on the movie title.

Stan said...

I got the answer on the longest title, but I will not share it since I cheated and looked it up on the www. I saw this movie and it was a very good movie but I did not realize it had that long of a title, I may have been in the lobby getting pop-corn. Really surprised it did not get an Academy Award but I guess the title was to long to engrave on the trophy. 208 spaces in the title, 168 letters.

Stan said...

Our shaker this morning was just on national FOX News, they are calling it a 6.1 magnitude but you know how the news will exaggerate some news stories.

jd plumma said...

Good job on the movie title. Heard about the quake. Hope the "ring of fire" isn't about to open. That would send us into a global cooling trend with ash cover.

FishTaxi said...

i like the little ones Quakes & Kids.

didn't even feel it

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