Wow! A lot of people have already found my cache! The first person found it an hour after it was published on Geocaching.com. Here's one of the log entries:
After the head's up in The Daily Dave and the hint a couple weeks ago I knew exactly what we were looking for. TFTC!
You may have no idea what this is all about. It's called Geocaching, and it's a treasure hunt. I put a "cache" near the Leesville Library in North Raleigh -- all the details are here. The hint is the picture above. Follow your GPS into the woods, and when you see those crazy roots, you're pretty much at ground zero. Good luck!
Dave's new car from Capital Mazda of Cary
Another survey from the 'department of obvious': A new survey found women spend more time staring at other women than they do guys, checking out the 'opposition's' clothing along with their hair, weight and how much cellulite they have.
Their eyes are also looking for dark or unflattering hair roots, handbags, and whether or not they have had plastic surgery. Fun, huh?
Top 10 things women notice on other women:
2. Hair style
7. Hair color
8. Boob size
Meet the toughest dang bridge in Durham. You will not stop watching this...enjoy.
The bloggers at YourTango released a study this week that discovered our most common relationship problem revolves around nagging. More than half say it's a serious issue in their relationship.
Thank goodness you don't nag...or do you? Let's find out. Here are 9 signs you're a nag...
Get more on each here
Today is Button Day and Have a Party with Your Bear Day
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 - This is it, folks...
Anna Karenina stars Keira Knightley and Jude Law
abc: Last Man Standing, Malibu Country, Shark Tank and 20/20 are all new
cbs: Undercover Boss, CSI: NY and We Will Always Love You: A Grammy Salute to Whitney Houston -- all new tonight
nbc: Go On and Guys with Kids are both repeats followed by new episodes of Grimm and Dateline
fox: Kitchen Nightmares and Fringe are new
cw: America's Next Top Model - finale
A man was walking down the street when he came across a body lying on the sidewalk. He ran to a phone and called 911.
The operator asked him where he was and the man replied, “I’m on Sycamore Drive.”
“How do you spell that?” the operator asked.
“S-i-c-k…” the man began. “No, s-i-c-a…..” no, s-i-k-a…. oh heck, let me drag him over to Lake street and I’ll call you back.”