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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.

Friday, September 25, 2015

FRIDAY #2472


One Of My Very Own…



THERE WILL BE POST THIS WEEKEND.


Crank up the volume and let it all hang out.


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Such a man CAN NOT be elected President of the United States.

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 This is unacceptable.
Puppy screaming and the old homeless man having his one emotional connection ripped from him wailing for these French animal rights monsters to stop.

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Mailboxes along the Pope's route.


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Niagara falls dry due to an ice jam 1848 for approximately 30-40 hrs. Articles that had been laying on the river's bottom for hundreds of years picked up as souvenirs-bayonets, guns barrels, muskets, tomahawks and other artifacts of the War of 1812. People on foot, horseback or buggy crossed the width of the Niagara River. It was a historical event that had never occurred before and has never been duplicated since. Thousands attended church services many thinking it the beginning of doomsday.

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A guy told me how hard it was for him to take a nap. I told him how hard it was for me NOT to take a nap. We had a good laugh, and then I punched him in the face.


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The signature's of the Six Wives of Henry VIII.


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Sometimes I forget I don’t have to be perfect. I just have to not get caught.


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By now, you should all know how I feel about this.
It is a perfect example of using something you don't need to make something you do need. 

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People who look like their parents.

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Fun never asks how old you are.


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Not as stupid as one would first think. They offer book signings and other events dedicated to that one book. They also have artwork inspired by the books and book club meetings, etc. 

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What a wonderful idea for limited living space.

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My wife eats whatever she wants, and if anyone tries to lecture her about her weight, she eats them too.


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Here's another great idea for a campfire grill.

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Never underestimate the power of a random compliment.


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This is what Mount Rushmore was supposed to look like.

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Girls, if you walked in to a boy's bedroom and saw this, how would your react?
Seriously. I want answers goddamnit!

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I posted that for several reasons. A) I love that tool.  B) Why do they call it a hooligan bar? I thought that was a tavern in the hood. C) It reminded me of a story.
At the American Legion during its hayday, a rather large drunk women fell off the toilet and wedged in the small space between the wall so securely that they had to call the fire department. It was all fun and games until the firemen noticed that they only had one exit and closed them down. They managed to install another exit, which was a real trick since the bar was in the basement.

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I don't know how it is that I never attended Burning Man. It is my kind of gathering.
 “Penny the Goose”


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NASA Image of Massive Middle East Sandstorm From Space

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The Palais Idéal in Hauterives, France is a unique structure. It is made entirely out of stones that postman Ferdinand Cheval collected on his mail route.
One night, Cheval dreamed about building a palace. He thought nothing of this dream for years, until one day in the spring of 1879, when his foot caught on an unusual-looking rock during his postal route. The rock was so fascinating to Cheval that he took it home to admire it. It also gave him an idea.
For the next 33 years, Cheval continued picking up more stones during his postal route, first putting them in his pockets, then graduating to a basket, and finally using a wheelbarrow. Each one of the stones was hand-selected by Cheval to play a part in the construction of his dream palace.

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People not like us.

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I took a peak at what people typed in Google to find Folio Olio. Here was my favorite.

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Here is documentation of a person watching people watching dogs watching kittens in a basket in a basket in a basket.

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 - George W. Bush


 -  Neil deGrasse Tyson


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Has any of you guys seen this in person? No info as to who did it.

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I don't know where this is, but somebody put in too much work making it for me to ignore it.

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I like to think that airplanes only stay in the air as long as no one on board doubts that they should work.


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PichiAvo paint a new mural in Boras, Sweden

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I read that at a spending rate of $1 million a day, it would take Bill Gates 218 years to spend all his money.


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Everything you've ever wanted to know about titties.
 Tittie chocolate...

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Sometimes gentleness takes a lot of strength. I don’t like drunks, but I understand them.


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How clever.

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Would you want this person working in your office?

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Is it rude to toss a Xanax into someone’s mouth while they are talking?


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Wait for it....

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The first rule of taking the high road is not to talk about how you are taking the high road.


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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

The tool is actually called a Halligan, named after Hugh Halligan, the fireman who designed it. Having worked as a fireman I can tell you that it is the most versatile tool on the truck.

psm

Ralph Henry said...

I wanted to be a fireman once, but my utter terror of fire stopped me.
Seriously, thanks for the head's up.

Joe Jackson said...

'The Longest Ride' starts at the northernmost point in the Bronx and ends at Rockaway Beech, Queens, going through four of the five boroughs of the Big Apple...

Anonymous said...

Oh Folio, the man with his dog being taken away. That's the first time I've ever cried reading your blog, and the tears won't stop. Saddest thing I've seen in a long, long time.

Ninja Grrrl said...

How would I respond if I saw handlebars over a man's bed? I'd check to see how secure they were, and then look for some rope. If they were just for show, I'd be very, very disappointed.

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