The title to this post is funnier if you say it Jerry Seinfeld stizz.

Big Fish Monday Aug. 1, 2005 shows Duncan Rooke, 32, left and Stephen Buss, 30, as they haul in a record-breaking catfish in the River Ebro, near Barcelona in Spain on July 6, 2005. The 7ft 7in, 212lb female fish is the biggest freshwater catch ever made by a British angler and nearly pulled 32-year-old gas engineer Rooke back into the river once he had hold of her. After weighing the fish and burping her to get rid of the air in her stomach she was released.

From the Found by Erik Jaeger Dept. --

 "Amabuddy is a free price checking service. When you are at a store, call 888-WE SIGNAL, enter the ISBN code (above the barcode), and an automated voice will tell you the current price on Amazon. Next time you are at a computer, go to the site, enter your number and it will take you directly to amazon for purchase."

That's cool.  So you now know even at the store what you could be paying online.  Plus you can find the price of a book you find at the library too.

From the Found by Shawn Polito Dept. -- 

"You go in the cage, cage goes in the water, you go in the water. Shark's in the water, our shark." -Quint

Fisherman on Martha's Vineyard, Mass. display a massive 1,100-pound tiger shark Sunday, July 17, 2005. Unfortunately, the fisherman failed to capture first place in the monster shark derby because their boat was six minutes too late in returning to Oak Bluffs harbor with its catch. (AP Photo/Chris Lewis,

Chris made the horrific mistake of giving me passwords and access to his site. For those that don't know me, I'm Deirdre, one of Chris' sisters.

I can say that I have actually talked to Chris on the phone since his last post. So I'm pretty sure he made it back from the beach. Also, Amber has made several posts to her site.

Just wanted to say hi. And give you something to read while you attempt to make your life a little less boring. As a teacher I have the summer off so I read a lot of websites to fill the void that summer brings after spending 9 months with 350 14-18 year old girls.