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I'm an artist, an educator, Pastafarian and I write. I also will gamble on just about anything. And I like unusual juxtaposition, but I love my wife...and beer. This blog is observations from a funny old man who gets pissed off every once in a while. Oh, and I mispell alot.

Monday, August 31, 2015

MONDAY #2447


One Of My Very Own…
For you people who don't speak French, it wasn't that funny anyway.

ralph.henry.at.folio.olio@gmail.com 

Ladies and gentlemen, Mama Cass...


Egyptian Activist Defecates On ISIS Flag

 Now THAT is making a statement!

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What they didn't show you.
He may be hurt.


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This was fixed shortly after it was released.

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There have been many stories about the people who barely survived Katrina.
The facts are that 50% of the people who elected to ride out the storm had functioning automobiles in their driveways. These people are not "victims", they are fools. Every level of government begged them to leave for days prior to landfall and they did...not...leave. These people do not deserve sympathy. They deserve contempt. 

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I am going to bet that most of the Native American deaths involved alcohol. Prove me wrong.

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The world is confused why anybody in their right mind would give their real name, email address, shared credit card number, etc to a site like that.
Some people can find humor in it, though.





I hate it when I’m on the treadmill and accidentally hit the stop button and go to the bar and drink beer and eat Buffalo Wings.


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We all know this.
But it is very important to teach it to children. 

The rest of you just need to get fat because I don’t feel like going to the gym anymore.

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Just some images I ran across...
Quality humor....our motto.

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The next film will be called “War of the Planet of the Apes.”


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Strange image.
Here is a black man honoring America; the same black man that could get lynched for looking at a white woman, and a Nazi saluting a very evil man who lynches people for fucking FUN!

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I don’t always watch girls play football, but when I do it’s the Clemson Tigers.


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It is called a microburst, and it is easy to see how it can bring down a plane...

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Today I asked my wife if there was anything she would like to say before football starts.


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Poor pathetic bastards...caught in the act...
It kind of seems like it would take less effort just to go out and get a girlfriend.

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I can guarantee you that I will never, ever do anything like that. My wife on the other hand would do it every time.

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Not so fast, Mr. Caption Guy.
I taught all my students how to use white crayons for this...
And under colored pencils which really works for the illusion of water.

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David Dilcher of Indiana University writes that this 130 million year-old fossil may represent the first life on earth to flower and pollinate underwater. Based on the many fossil examples we examined, Montsechia floated in freshwater lakes and was submerged in the water. It had a spreading growth, branching freely. This flowering plant didn’t display any of the showy blossoms we tend to associate with flowers. But because it contains seeds enclosed in a fruit, the basic characteristic of angiosperms, it is classified as a flowering plant.

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Napoleon.

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If I was the President of the United States, I would create the Department of Sucking the President’s Dick.


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FUN WITH LANGUAGE





How very true.

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HOW SCIENCE WORKS SOME TIMES

Could that be true?

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"Spoon" in french is "cuillère" and is pronounced "quee-er."

Make of that what you will.

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Rats can tread water for up to three days, and hold their breath under water for three minutes, but do you see anything...amiss here?
Look at the water level at the back of the toilet. At that level it would simply run down the sewer.
I wonder why they did that.

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Nice old illustrations.

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The happiest place on earth, Banksy’s Dismaland

Artworks, sculptures and performers are seen at 'Dismaland' , a theme park-styled art installation by British artist Banksy, at Weston-Super-Mare in southwest England, Britain, August 20, 2015. REUTERS/Toby Melville








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Most days I feel like that kid in the movie Airbud who got cut from the basketball team to make room for a golden retriever.


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Astronauts Capture Rare Photograph of a Red Sprite
Never heard of it.

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Does anybody else say “Stay” to non-living objects that keep falling over?


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A Thing I Read One Time...

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Most of you know I minored in pottery...ceramics if you will. This is a piece of ceramics made with a 3D printer.

Well, since it's Monday and you don't want to be at work anyway, how about a 6 minute video about some potters in Korea that will blow your mind.



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Red Sprites:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sprite_(lightning)

Towanda

Anonymous said...

I wish I was so regular that I could plan to poop on a flag, coordinate said poop with another person and then do it.

Ralph Henry said...

Dear Anon,
You might want to work on that wish list of yours...it needs some real help.

Anonymous said...

Hey Lazy Fucker....why should I suffer on weekends because you don't want to post on weekends? I really enjoy your site so get with it. He would be more motivated with a 6:00am blowjob on Saturdays and Sundays.
B Baggins

Ralph Henry said...

Well, Mr. Baggins, I'll let you make the call. Keep the weekday number of items at about 40 or post on weekend and drop each post to 26 items. There is just so much I can find each day, so that is more or less finite. Your call.

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