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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.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

THURSDAY #2603

One Of My Very Own…


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Interestingly, after a few weeks of rivaling the US in views, Russia has dropped off the chart.

Fuck Russia.
Just kidding.

A song I heard around my house when I was very young.




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A good scare is worth more than good advice.

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Punakaiki is on the road between Westport and Greymouth and is a geological feature of stratified rock formations created more than 30 million years ago. The feature is known as the Pancake Rocks - NZ

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WAR IS HELL

 James Dickey, who wrote Deliverance, was also a poet. I sat on the front row in an auditorium while he read a poem about a US soldier in a Japanese prisoner of war camp. There was an attempt of escape and as was their custom when that happened, ten prisoners were chosen at random to be beheaded. The soldier in question had been a gymnist in his past life and when it was his time to die he jumped up and began to do flips and handstands and such. He was so good the Japanese captors cheered him on and clapped. When he tired, they cut off his head.
I have several more stories about James Dickey that I will tell you in upcoming posts.

It was an ugly time, folks.
Hugh Thomson... the soldier who during the Vietnam War had landed a helicopter in the line of fire to confront and stop American troops who had by that point killed close to 500 unarmed civilians in the My Lai Massacre, was labeled a traitor by Congress and ordered not to speak about the event.

The same street, 71 years ago.

Damn nazis. Those came in peace!

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I always follow the dictates of my conscience, but fortunately, but it usually shows up late, sheepish and open for some dictate adjustments.

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Bicycle generator
 So apparently you can create power by running an electric motor backwards?

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Why I love the internet...
Leon Czolgosz, assassin of William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States, was electrocuted for his crime on October 29, 1901, at Auburn Prison in Auburn, New York. Among the personal effects found in his cell was a U.S. quarter stamped with the date 2218. The face in profile on said quarter was not George Washington, but rather a face which has yet to be identified.

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 Every kid's reaction when I show them my 18" hip replacement scar across my left ass cheek.

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Ant farm in gel

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I have never poured out beer, not even to put out a grass fire.

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Got some time on your hands?

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Black Lives Matter:
Rule #1 – Don’t commit crimes.

Rule #2 – Don’t run from police.

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Children are imbeciles
 Did you notice the last kid faking it?


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 What a good idea.

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RABBIT HUSBAND: You look even better after a full day of work. I don't know how you do it, honey.

RABBIT WIFE: They test cosmetics on me.

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1930 Henderson Streamline Motorcycle

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Just saying, if you go to a man’s hotel room at 2 o’clock in the morning and accept an unknown pill from him, you aren’t entirely innocent.

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Flint and steel

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HUSBAND TO CAR SALESMAN: Is the passenger seat also heated?
SALESMAN: For your wife?
HUSBAND: *imagines putting a fast food bag on a warm seat after the drive-thru* Why yes!

WIFE: Aww.

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TIPS FOR JOB INTERVIEWS
 





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Perks of marrying me : I'm too lazy to cheat on you. 
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MEN AND THEIR HOBBIES

Made up of 120,000 Lego Pieces and 250 hours of labor


USA counties map made from 3047 carved wooden blocks

Pair of metal detector friends discover three quarters of a TON of Iron Age coins worth £10m buried in a field


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Just to let you ladies know, if you wear yoga pants all us men look to see if you have a camel toe.

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Zombie Makeup

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Children grow up way too fast. Make the most of the time you have with them.

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Damn you Constitution! 

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If god didn’t intend for us to eat animals, he was probably really freaked when we started.

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Powerwashing the scales off a fish.

Speaking of...

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Quadcopter obstacle course

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Marriage is like having cable with one channel.

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I once "lost" two loaded handguns - a .38 and a .357 magnum. Finally found them just where I hid them.

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Just one more reason I don't do stuff like that...

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A study done by the University of Arizona found an average of 421,000 different bacteria on shoes. Coliforms, a bacterial indicator of the level of sanitation of foods and water (and universally present in feces), were detected on the bottoms of 96% of shoes. In addition, E. coli was detected on 27% of the shoes, along with seven other kinds of bacteria, including Klebsiella pneumoniae, which can cause urinary tract infection, and Serratia ficaria, which can cause respiratory infections.

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When my wife says the only things I'm good for are sex and cooking on the grill.

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Please keep all the stupid people from breeding. We are getting badly outnumbered down here.

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2 comments:

Fardygardy said...

Regarding your comment on the bicycle generator.... There is actually little difference between a motor and a generator. In fact, a lot of high powered motors are 3-phase (your home is 1-phase) electricity. It is common for small shops to connect a 1-phase motor to a 3-phase motor, so running the 1-phase motor off household current spins the 3-phase motor, thereby generating 3-phase electricity and avoiding the very high cost of connecting to 3-phase power off the pole.

Larry said...

That should read magnesium and steel for creating sparks.

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