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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 23, 2016

WEDNESDAY #2651

One Of My Very Own…


ralph.henry.at.folio.olio@gmail.com 




Well, I've finally finished my latest installation.
First I bought a few dozen mouse traps and stamped them to maybe forestall destruction.

Then I very carefully bent the trip wire so that it really can't "go off."


The hardest part was making the screw holes in the trip plate, wooden base and packet. The drilling of the hole in the trip plate was very difficult since it would lock up with the slightest amount of pressure.


The packets themselves were run of the mill. I found a whole jar full of Holy Molies that I didn't know I had, so I used them.


The blog address was folded so the packet could be made smaller, as was the dollar bills that had been stamped with my favorite stamp.


The bag was stuck shut with my new favorite label.


Originally, I was going to attach a key like this, but decided that it just looked too busy.


This is a test installation at my home.


Notice the cheese colored sponge that I glued above the screw in the trip plate so that it would not be obvious that it was not dangerous.

I decided to put my first installation on a pole that had previously been adorned.

And I like it.

Also my packet mailing scheme is nearing fruition. Will update soon.


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I wondered how long this would take...





Can you spot the Trump?


A guy in Cuba made a joke to American TV that just a few years ago would have sent him to prison.
He said, “The best parts of communism is health care, education and sports. The worst parts are breakfast, lunch and dinner.”

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This is supposed to be a real super nova photographed for the first time. I think it was speeded up from – I think – 27 minutes.
I hope god’s mansions and throne and streets of gold weren’t near there.

ON WHY HE LED POLICE ON A HUNDRED MILE CAR CHASE:
"I had weed on me, yeah. I always have weed on me. I'm tired of getting arrested for weed."


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I like to answer random questions with “Not since the accident,” just to see what happens.
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I’ve been spending a lot of time lately thinking about what will happen to my many art objects when I’m dead.
That is a huge (the largest I could find) frog gig that I fitted on a wonderfully contoured handle. The brass plaque reads: For Emergency Use Only.
Imagine the type of real life emergency that wielding such a weapon would be your number one option.
But who will want it after I’m gone? Will it be sold at a yard sale? Will someone actually use it for frogs? Who knows?
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Just another train bomber…but one with real talent.
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I once had a battle with an erection and beat it singlehandedly.
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This is a painted lady…honest.

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Hidden drugs in water bottle

Speaking of cheating…

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We should all try to reestablish the word ‘tomfoolery’ in common usage.
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It's hard to believe they were on acid.
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She told me if I turn off the light I could put it in her butt. In hindsight I should have let the bulb cool down first.
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That blood you donated could be in someone’s boner right now.
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The story goes that manatees were first discovered and confused with mermaids. Chances are, somebody was caught trying to fuck one, so they made up that excuse to save face.
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Making ripped jeans
Guaranteeing that all the ripped jeans are exactly alike. So this is the best we can do.
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Messi just showing off…
Did you notice his alignment to the goal?
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Shit you don’t see every day.
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Did anyone ever stop to think that maybe Houston has problems, too?
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This is rather self-explanatory…


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I find this fascinating…
 
Did you notice water at the bottom?
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I almost missed the humor in this…
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This Roman road is 1,800 years old

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Watched “The Look of Silence” and strongly recommend it.

Notice that co-director couldn’t even give his/her name.



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Read on the internet...

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Telling, isn't it.
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This is the name of one of my favorite websites.
And it keeps popping us everywhere…
Before my computer update it was mailed to every day, but that went the way of a bunch of other stuff.
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Art installation


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INTERESTING ANIMALS




Well put, sir...well put.

Kids love the zoo!



That thing is fucking huge!

Speaking of huge…


Yes, it tried to mate with the mower and yes, that is his dick.



Please...
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It’s like the internet knows what I like.
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The problem of being faster than light is that you have to live in the dark.
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1) "Obamas spying on you."2) "Eh. Cost of being free!"1) "Obama wants to give you healthcare."2) "WHO THE HELL DOES HE THINK HE IS?"
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It ain’t stupid if it works.

Speaking of wheels, apparently some food markets have cart wheels that lock if you get them too far from the store. This is inside such a wheel.

It has like a hundred components.
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When I showed my wife porn with things I´d like to do to her.
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Charles Barkley sounds like a made-up name a dog would think of to get into a fancy country club.
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 What part of stupidity don't we understand?

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