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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 16, 2016

WEDNESDAY #2643

One Of My Very Own…


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The boy is almost mobile. 



This is 4 million people against the government in Brazil
 There is actually a formula that you apply to photographs to estimate (rather accurately) the number of people in a large crowd.
No word on why there was a huge rubber ducky there...

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I thought that was very well done.
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Many people, including myself, say this is the most beautiful photograph ever taken.
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PC is so very boring.





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Morocco has activated the world's largest solar power plant in the Sahara desert, near the city of Ouarzazate. According to Climate Investment Funds, the plant is capable of powering over one million homes by 2018 and will also reduce carbon emissions by 760,000 tons per year.
Molten salt is used to maintain the heat at night.
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Loads own shells. Used wrong powder.

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How porn stars on the internet must feel.
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Not all heroes wear capes.
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"Bought", not read.
I have come to realize that very few religious people actually read their bibles. It’s just something they feel they have to own.
   And if they did read it, they would get to the part about what happened in the cave after Lot left Sodom before they put it down in disgust.
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Inside a sex doll factory




That’s creepy as shit.
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I’m thinking a silo-like temporary structure was built and the bricks were laid from the inside of it. Then the wood was removed. Otherwise, how would they maintain a constant curve? Any brick layers out there?

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Moose returns to the same yard every year to give birth.
I don’t want to be a boo-bird, but how do they know it was the same moose? Any Canadians out there?
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You hardly ever see this level of emotion in their artwork. This is amazing.
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Whenever the brain and the heart fight, it’s always the liver that suffers.
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It’s better to walk in on both your parents than just one of them.
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Get it?
Here’s a hint…
She was in chemistry class when her water broke.
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Have you ever tried to suck the alcohol out of a deodorant stick?
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These are all pretty goddamn accurate.

 






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Those zany monks and their dick pics…
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Have I ever thought about becoming a vegetarian? No. I like to eat things that have parents.
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Troy Walker of Farmington, Utah was cooking dinner for a church function when she opened a can of green beans and discovered a snake's head inside!
I'd like to remind the reader that Walker was making food for church and that a snake is a symbol of the devil. Just sayin'.
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When I see a fat person walking to their car I hang around to see how much the car dips when they get in.
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As fragile as the coral reef is, I’m not sure that’s good for them…
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What I imagine all Australians use to combat nature problems.
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Let’s learn something, shall we…
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From Science Alert site:


"Australian researchers have come up with a non-invasive ultrasound technology that clears the brain of neurotoxic amyloid plaques - structures that are responsible for memory loss and a decline in cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients."
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I think these are reposts, but expanded.
It’s lasered onto a sheet of water.


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Posted this before, but never really understood it.

Induction heating is the process of heating an electrically conducting object (usually a metal) by electromagnetic induction, through heat generated in the object by eddy currents (also called Foucault currents).




I think this is ice? How can that be?

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I wonder if I’ve ever bought milk from the same cow twice.
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