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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, January 22, 2016

FRIDAY #2590

One Of My Very Own…
It should have read "live mice".




Michael Brown and Konstantin Batygin, astronomers at the California Institute of Technology announced today that they have discovered what they’re fairly certain is the ninth planet in our solar system. It’s up to 10 times larger than earth, has it’s own gravitational pull. By the way, Brown was the person who proved that Pluto is not a planet.





 And, pray tell, to whom do you "demand" the removal?

  

Bernie doing Johnny...


I want one.

Wouldn't you think shit like that would just kill tourism?

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I normally wouldn't have posted this, but it seems to have gone viral.
The chef was caught red handed prior to his segment.

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Lo, I have made an observation concerning a personal weakness. I am not a man who handles loneliness very well. I miss my wife every second she is away. I understand and sympathize with her motives, and I mean that. I am supportive...I swear. But somehow during my upbringing and maturation I never learned how to spend time alone. Like I said...it is a weakness, and this is my way of apologizing to her for not being stronger when she needed me the most.



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I always learn from the mistakes of others who took my advice.


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I hope you guys don't get tired of me posting stuff like this, but I find them fascinating.

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Being famous as a blogger is basically the same as being rich in Monopoly.

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Manual mail-sorting at the turn of the 20th century.

I am preparing to send stacks of $25 in one dollar bills all across the country. I'm close now, but they still have to be visually appealing. Anyway, the bills will be fully exposed. Handlers can touch them. The question is, if I mail ten of them to various places across the US with my name and address and I, obviously, don't live there and they have to return to sender, how many do you think will arrive back at my home without being stolen. So far the estimate hangs around 40% stolen. What say you?

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I love how music can take you to another place. For example, there is a folk guitarist playing at my bar so now I am going to a different bar.

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Speaking of...


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Sometimes I think I should log-off the internet and spend more quality time with my wife, what's-her-face.

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Katy Freeway (Interstate 10) Houston, Texas. It is the longest continuous untolled freeway under a single authority in North America.

Is THAT the culmination of human civilization? I mean, is that the best way we have for getting from one place to another?

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Anyone studying atoms is just a bunch of atoms trying to understand themselves.

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I did something like this before.
I post a bunch of stuff about me and my murals and some of you may have tried to Google me and my murals. I think it is time to fess up that Ralph Henry is not my real name. Sorry for the bullshit, but if the internet has taught me anything, it is to cover your ass.

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Eleven-year-old Kashmea Wahi, an Indian girl in Britain has cleared the Mensa IQ test with the highest score of 162 and is one of the youngest to achieve that, making her cleverer than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.

And that is EXACTLY what I thought a super-smart girl would look like.

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Always be nice to people who have a built-in bar in their homes.

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Wobble chess set


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Filling your online shopping cart with $1.35 million takes a long, long time.

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I'll let these next two images speak for themselves...

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What did Kermit the Frog say at Jim Henson’s funeral? Nothing.

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My headline fetish is strong...

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Do any of you other guys ever look at a woman and wonder how much money you would have to throw at her before she starts stripping?

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I like stories like this...

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I wonder how many times people who killed themselves by running a car in a closed garage have had to put on the seat belt to stop the beeping?

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 If 20 years in a public school classroom has taught me anything, it is that the system is broke...real broke. I say fund every goddamn alternative method anyone could dream up just to see what works.

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A study from the notorious socialists at the Harvard Business Review analyzed data from the Gallup World Poll and the World Top Incomes Database and found that in countries with a large degree of wealth inequality, "levels of life satisfaction" go down, and "negative daily emotional experiences" go up, for all populations, including the richest.


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Believe it or not...

And one the same site I found the above, I found this.
 800-Year-Old 'Mobile Cell Phone' Found In Austria.


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The K in knife is silent…but deadly.

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This girl's tongue game is strong...very, very strong.

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I become rather aroused when a woman says “Yes.” But the added “That’s him, officer,” is a tad off-putting.

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If you kill a killer, the number of killers in the world remains the same.

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It took me a long time to figure this out.
Carrying around grudges takes much more out of you than it does them. 

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Some war some place...
 How not to shoot a small arm...
But remember, 50,000 bullets were fired in Vietnam per enemy killed.

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Paint with light, Lucea Spinelli


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For no real reason, ears are at the perfect height for wearing glasses.

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I just happened to watch a race like this at the bar this afternoon when later I ran across these.
 The drone shots were extraordinary.

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Boy, this sure brings back some memories.

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I read this on the internet: Almost everyone has licked an asshole, but those same people freak out if you double dip your chip in the dip.
Well, I got to thinking that is is BECAUSE you lick assholes that we freak out at double dipping.

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iRobot


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My chemist buddy told me that shortly after I left the bar last night a guy I also know sat next to him and said, "Apparently, some guy is screwing keys to things all over town." The chemist started laughing and explained the whole Key Packet story. The guy laughed and said, "That explains everything." Like I said, the guy knew me.

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