Lots of words come to mind. Scary, sad, amazing are some of them. This was recorded Sunday in Bastrop State Park. It shows EXACTLY how fast fires like this can move.
Apparently, Madonna doesn’t like Hydrangeas. In fact, she “loathes” them. We all found out about her distaste for the flower when a fan handed her a beautiful bouquet of them before a press conference in Italy. She thanks the man who hands her the flowers. Then she shoots a look to the person next to her and turns to her other side to share the following:
“I absolutely loathe hydrangeas. He obviously doesn’t know that.”
NOTE FROM ALLI: No, Madonna. OF COURSE he doesn’t KNOW that. Why would anyone know your ridiculous opinions on flowers??!!! Why do you EXPECT people to KNOW that? This guy was trying to do something nice and all you can do is complain? Also…QUIT trying to sound like your from the U.K. Ugh…I am so disgusted by her right now I could scream. Gross. Still love “Vogue” though….
Coming to the Texas State Fair THIS YEAR is the latest dried concoction…Deep Fried Bubblegum. In reality it’s not actually gum. It’s marshmallows filled with liquid gum extract, battered, fried, covered in chiclets and icing. A picture is below:
So…Would You Eat It?
More items from this years Fair include:
*Deep Fried Salsa
*Deep Fried Sauerkraut and Pork Sausage Ball
*A Taco served in a bag of nacho cheese Doritos
*Buffalo Chicken Strips coated with pancake batter and (you guessed it) deep fried
This looks highly unsafe, so participate at your own risk.
Or…just watch these guys!
I know…there have already been a ka-trillion covers of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep,” but I think we can make room for one more! Members of the Air National Guard in a band called Sidewinder put out a video in early August with their rendition of the song:
From the YouTube description: “U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Angie Johnson and Sidewinder perform a cover of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.” Sidewinder is part of the 571st Air Force Band, 131st Bomb Wing, Air National Guard. They are deployed as the U.S. Air Forces Central Command Band”