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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.

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

WEDNESDAY #2630

One Of My Very Own…
That is simply not good enough, so here’s another.



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POLITICS




But the Drumpf movement could prove to have legs...

I, for one, consider it progress to see the KKK support a person of color even if that color is orange.

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 "Donald Trump is feuding with the Pope" is like the 7th Onion headline that's become real life in this election season.


ACADEMY AWARDS




SPACE

Scott Kelly and Mikhail Korniyenko are due back on earth today from a 342 day international space station mission to see what happens to the human body while being in space for almost a year. They will be going through a lot of physical and mental tests when back to see if it is possible for humans to stay in space long term or for travel. Safe return guys and thanks for your commitment to the human race.

A YOUNG MAN’S FIRST DRINK AT A BAR

Oh sure, the boy had been in a bar before…

But tonight he had his first drink sitting on the bar stool next to mine.

And then there’s this bit of cleverness…

It would be July 15, 2017 today if no Leap Day existed.



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 If you're wondering if humans are idiots we hunt ducks with guns when they will walk right up to you if you have bread.

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She says, "I tried face swapping. It took me a long time to figure out where my friend's face went."
These are from the new automatic face swap feature. Rather amusing.



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I went to the store and bought doughnuts, doughnut holes and glue, just to fuck with the cashier.

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San Boldo Pass, the Alps, Italy
I had seen this image before, but did not understand the dynamics.
Apparently, the tunnels don’t go through the mountain to the other side, but rather just makes enough room for the cut-backs.


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I’m pretty sure I know how he/she did this…or at least how I would have done it.
There are rolls of rubber about 1/8th an inch thick that has adhesive on one side. This you cover the wall with. Then you draw your map on the rubber and use the lines to cut away portions with an X-Acto knife. Then you just sandblast the plaster away in the area where the rubber was removed and the rubber repels the sand.
I used that method to sandblast glass, only I used much cheaper plastic shelf paper.

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You can hang your art anyway you want, but there are tricks.
Hang landscape pictures so that all horizons match and are level. And about 5 feet from the floor…eye level.

It will make for more comfortable viewing.


I still wonder how long before we have these.

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“Sweater” is kind of a gross name for a piece of clothing.

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It's amazing how far you can go with a few dozen slaves
Can’t make jokes about slavery? I call it black humor.


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No mother should have to fear for her own son’s life every time he robs a damn store.

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Want to guess what this is?

I’ll give you a hint.
It was the trail of my sugar cube falling through the milk froth.

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Guy makes mosaic wall from broken china.

Note cup.
Speaking of…

Pottery really is a lot of fun.


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MORE PEOPLE WHO ARE VERY GOOD AT WHAT THEY DO

They tell me it's called roti.


We would have all bet money he was going to bust his ass…but no.

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Some people wouldn't dare disobeying a sign…like it's a law.

My wife is such a person. I am not.

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Just remembering how wonderful it is to sit around a campfire.

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The first woman to have twins must have freaked the fuck out.

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Mobile Devices

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The Shipping News, drawn to it because it is set in Newfoundland, where I have spent many months. This movie should be watched. Trust me, a most unusual film.
But as can be found in any movie, here are his food even though he took no bite of them.

It’s just a thing I notice.


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Taking a picture of your food is like taking a “before” picture of your shit.

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It says here on your resume that you are a "self-proclaimed man of few words." Would you like to elaborate on that?
Me: no

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ANIMALS CAN BE INTERESTING


These guys sometimes die this way, but it is really an accident.

The guys, on the other hand, kill each other all the time.

Here’s another example of male’s fighting for dominance without having to kill. I think this is the norm.

Have you ever wanted to get real close to a pissed off leopard?


I never knew it did such a thing.
You think it is carving out a nest?


Player 3 has entered the game!

So why do we color all dinosaurs so drab?

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My wife uses so many age defying crinkle creams that she doesn't have finger prints anymore.

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I love watching history, nature and science shows on TV. This saddens me more than you can imagine.

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An easy way to spot a drug dealer is by how fast they can do weight conversions.

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Okay, I've just found some other things that terrifies me.


In my humble opinion, I don’t see the sense in giving this guy any help.

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I’m 70 years old and I have peed in every pool I have ever been in. Every single one.

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Let’s close with something funny.

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Schools that suspend kids for skipping school.

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1 comment:

Carrs Cove said...

That Pileated Woodpecker is not building a nest , but digging for bugs in a rotting tree. They can be quite destructive.
On a side note, Woody Woodpecker was actually a Pileated Woodpecker and NOT a Red Headed Woodpecker like everyone thought.

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