Friday, March 7, 2014

...warmer on the tame prairie...

YES! The Kougaress wants one of these megacars... fat chance, though. ~grins~

Is this the world's fastest car?

"A Swedish manufacturer has raised the speed stakes by unveiling the world's fastest car - a jaw-dropping machine capable of almost 275mph and cost £1.67 million.

The Koenigsegg One:1 is being described as the 'world's first megacar' and is the most powerful production car ever built.

It is powered by a 5-litre V8 engine which develops an enormous 1,322bhp - more than ten times as much as Ford Fiesta."


Late night mews, happy snappy Big Cats... warmer on the tame prairie today, but the allergens hit too... and the sky had that oily haze look... the squirrels and birds were out and about... the Kougaress loves seeing the wild critters... yeah, another fast and furiously busy day.

Lots coming down the worldwide pike, darling kittens, so take care and prepare. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougar got to pen some on her secret project. She hopes it will be about 20,000 words. Only!!!


Another Study Confirms (Dark) Chocolate can Promote Weight Loss
Eating chocolate (preferably dark chocolate) does not make you fat - it actually promotes weight loss.



Purported Sasquatch tracks found on Vancouver Island
Cryptid said to have been spotted by fisheries officer who also discovered tracks from the creature.
 CTV Vancouver
Published Tuesday, March 4, 2014 10:14PM PST
Last Updated Tuesday, March 4, 2014 10:27PM PST

A hairy creature conjuring the Sasquatch of North American folklore is stomping around Vancouver Island, according to a young First Nations man who claims he had a startling encounter with the beast.

Fisheries officer Luke Swan Jr. told CTV News he was out in his boat patrolling Ahousaht territory near Tofino last Wednesday when he saw a mysterious figure crouching on the coast.

“Something really big stood up, probably between eight or nine feet,” he said. “The first thing I had in my mind was to get off the beach. I pushed off as fast as I could and got to deep water.”



Zombie Studies Gain Ground on College Campuses
As public interest in zombie genre grows, academia follows suit with research papers and college courses. — Wall Street Journal



New Dino Ranks as Europe's Largest-Ever Predator
Monstrous Torvosaurus gurneyi believed to be a distant cousin of the infamous T. Rex. — Discovery News



Vikings 'brought sarcastic sense of humour to Britain'
Danish Ambassador contends that the English adopted understatement and satire from Viking visitors. — The Telegraph


Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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