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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, March 4, 2016

FRIDAY #2631

One Of My Very Own…

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This is the only plausible explanation.

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Let's suppose we all pooled our meager earnings together and bought a large island with enough room for around 1,000 people to live comfortably. What laws would you have? For instance, what would you do if someone refused to pitch in and do their share of the work. Or if after you had it all organized a boatload of people landed and decided to live there also?



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Exterminators: The only profession in which you put yourself out of business by being really good at your job.

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More Earthporn…

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It's called "personal grooming" as though we might get confused and groom a total stranger.

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For my daughter…

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If I put on a latex glove and snap it, that's just me flirting.

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Photography…

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DOCTOR: If you don't exercise, there's really no point in dieting.

ME: I can't wait to tell my wife the good news.

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Go back and notice that he ever so slightly adjusts his stance to insure the effect.

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In order to gorge themselves on fleeing rodents, raptors may deliberately spread wildfires by dropping burning twigs in other areas to flush out rodents. This has been observed by firefighters.

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This is just another example of Americans not trusting science.
I have asked people about paying a doctor to give them advice, and them not taking that advice. The answers come in two versions: doctors can’t know everything, and they don’t tell us about this because they can’t make money off it.

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Henry Rosario Martinez died at the age of 31. He loved poker, so his friends played one last game with him by propping up his corpse and giving him a large pile of chips. Despite Martinez's remarkable poker face, he didn't win.
He lost despite the best poker face at the table.

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Australian Space Program

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If you don't like the way you look naked, remember, by the time you have your clothes off, its the other person's problem.

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Removing a 7.4 foot, 200 pound catfish that had blocked an inlet to a hydroelectric dam on the river Danube in Austria.
I’m a huge fan of tidal generators and really don’t understand why they aren’t being developed more, considering that most people live on the coasts of all continents.
Maybe the fish problem above could explain some of the drawbacks.

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Holy shit, one step closer…

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I think this is a good thing. Just another visual stimuli for the fans. And it results from the simple slant of the grass blades.

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"IT'S A BOY" I shouted, tears rolling down my face "I DON'T BELIEVE IT. A BOY!" It was at that moment I chose never to visit Thailand again.

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Trapped in a Human Zoo is a documentary about Abraham Ulrikab and his family.
They were lured from Labrador to Europe with false promises and then exhibited in zoos along with animals in the late 1800s. All eight family members died of smallpox in Europe, but Abraham kept a diary of his family's ordeal, which was used to make the documentary.

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How could they possibly know who had and had not been hit by a ball?

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If you were writing a TV show about politics and wrote it w/the storyline of this election people would write it off as unbelievable.

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Look at the number of bolts on that thing.

Drone catches a man sunbathing most unusually.

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A group of scientists from University College London’s Optical Networks Group have set the new world record for the fastest transmission of digital data between a single transmitter and receiver.
As part of research on the capacity limits of optical transmission systems, the team was able to reach bewilderingly high speeds of 1.125 terabits per second. To put that into terms most web users can relate to, the lead researcher said that’s fast enough to allow the entire HD Game of Thrones series to be downloaded within one second.

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I would just like to remind my more loyal viewers that I once had a dental hygienist who was a belly dancer by night. Yeah…think about that.

Speaking of women…

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Secrets lie hushed in me like a dead mouse in the wall.
 - Fred Zipfel

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Alexander Graham Bell doing something unusual.

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Are tectonic plates dishwasher safe? Or only if they are used for a continental breakfast.

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I think Halloween is going to be fun this year.

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You may have won the battle, but you are still going to have a hard time picking up does with that thing hanging off your head.

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Charm (noun): The ability to make someone else think that both of you are pretty wonderful.

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I would like to talk to the architect who designed this.

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I have written before about my loathing of the design of the copy machine. There is no common object that humans utilize that breaks down as often and is more difficult, more messy to fix. Why do we put up with such inefficiency? We wouldn’t tolerate it in refrigerators or TVs.

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Have you ever farted yourself awake in your cubicle?

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Puppy plays dead to avoid bath time.

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I would really like that this be true.

But sadly, I don’t think stupid people will give up their dominance due to their sheer numbers.

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If I touch my phone in the right places, pizza will show up at my front door.

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Grab her ass in front of guys who want her and grab her ass in front of girls who want you.

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"The house always wins," muttered Dorothy.

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It is frightening how little I know about such things.

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A woman from Denmark named Anja Ringgren Lovén has spent three years in Nigeria saving children from the worst cases of abuse. She is taking care of kids abandoned by their own very families for being witches.
You people who think that religion ought to be taught in schools need to understand that your religion is no more or no less cherished than the religion of the parents who would do such a thing as above. You want that taught to your children?
Think I'm kidding? This from the news:
Unsure what to do about local Satanists who wanted to present the opening prayer generally reserved for adherents of Jesus at a City Council meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, the council has ended the tradition.

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It's been a long while since I posted anything about a severed foot.
Bosch's The Garden of Earthly Delights.

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A town in Slovenia announced it is moving forward with plans to build a nearly $400,000 fountain that dispenses drinkable local beers.
The fountain would call on users to pay $6.75 to dispense 10 ounces of beer in a commemorative mug. The fountain would include a variety of beers brewed in the region, which is famed for its hops -- known locally as "green gold."

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You think he’s done this before or was he just lucky the first time?

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This is probably the reason El Chapo escaped in the first place.

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You fat letter graffiti bombers, please think about upping your game. The world will thank you.

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Toddler tech support: "Did you try throwing it and crying?"

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1 comment:

JimR said...

Brains Pic:
Can't believe you're making fun of cognitively challenged people making fun of that poor idiot challenged person.

Everyone knows Brawndo's got what plants crave. It's got electrolytes.

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