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Welcome to another fun exercise in entropy as The Nest goes fishing in the really deep end for another picture to write a post from. It’s our Wednesday feature Random Image Inspiration! That’s where we fire up the Randomator and….. … Continue reading
Posted in Random Image Inspiration Tagged boat, drowning, image, inflatable, inspiration, random, rescue, story, what a twist 25 Comments
The Gizzard Of Blahs – Part XII
Where to find the juicy parts of this series you may have missed… When we last mercifully left our story, Mitzi Gale was locked in a room by the Wicked Bitch of the Wild Wild West with a timer that … Continue reading
Rescuing Baby Zeeba
Those of you who were around in the 80’s, particularly here in the US, probably recall the story of Baby Jessica, the 18 month old girl who fell into a narrow well in October 1987. It was a media sensation … Continue reading
Posted in Picture Day Tagged bearcat, critters, funny, hatchimals, humor, lost, photo, photography, rescue, shelf, zeeba 21 Comments
Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #279 — 8/31/17
Blood On The Tracks
As if my beloved St. Louis hometown hasn’t had enough bad news over the past year, Friday morning a 58 year old woman was fatally struck by a light rail train on my side of the river. Sandie Konopelski was … Continue reading