|The Ravens crashing the 49 ER BOWL?-)|
Destiny's Child Reappearance Predicts Future?
at Loren Coleman's "Twilight Language" blog.
|COLE (man?) 41|
Who's The Real Joker Here?
|A Dark night in the bird-cage for the 49ers, maybe?|
"What's he saying, that half the stadium lights would be knocked out on the night?"
Well, it turns out that they were, more or less.
|Trinity Site? That Merc badge cuts the circle 3 ways.|
|Muhammad Ali might say it was destiny?-)|
Was it destiny, or just coincidence?-)
" The lip-synching controversy threatened to derail the pop singer's crafted comeback after giving birth to her first child with rapper and husband Jay-Z in January 2012."
Not only that,but the 49ers were
86ed by the Ravens.
|59...where have I seen that number before?-)|
UPDATE: Feb 5th, 2012.
Thanks to John Cole(man?-) who sent me links to these great photos of the Superbowl.
|Brothers in Arms?|
|Destiny's Child and Ravens colours, purple and black.|
|Michelle Williams (left)|
|Submerged in darkness: Superdome after half the lights went out for a 1/2 hour.|
|Moments before the blackout: Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones 12 runs back the opening kick-off of the second half for a 109 yard touchdown - the longest in Super Bowl history.|
|There's that name Williams (63) again.|
|Singing their hearts out: Wearing white shirts with green ribbons pinned on the right side of their shirts, the 26 children of Sandy Hook school stood on the NFL's red, white and blue shield-shape logo.|
|While on the subject of red,white and blue,the colours of the Australian flag.|
Australia Day was on the 26th Jan and we got blacked out, too.
Dingo - The Trickster
The "incredibly rare" nugget was found 60cm underground by a prospector, who wishes to remain anonymous, on Wednesday.
Ballarat Mining Exchange Gold Shop owner and dealer Cordell Kent said the prospector heard a faint noise on his detector and removed a dense pile of leaf mulch before he started digging.
"He thought he had detected the bonnet of a car when he saw a glint of gold," Mr Kent said.
"He cleaned the top of it and the gold kept expanding and expanding ... he saw more and more gold ... he couldn’t believe what he was seeing."
The nugget is worth about $282,000 in weight, but has an added premium because it is rare to find one over a kilogram, Mr Kent said.
"I have been a prospector and dealer for two decades, and cannot remember the last time a nugget over 100 ounces (2.8kg) has been found locally.
Prospector strikes 5.5kg gold nugget in Ballarat, Victoria