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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, May 6, 2016

FRIDAY #2693


One Of My Very Own… 




Just a little My Sunshine to ease you through blogland this fine Spring day...




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This is a sign I posted in my bar's restroom...





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Back to his old undertakings...


Ted Cruz is suspending his campaign to spend more time with his family and friend.

Ted Cruz's daughters must feel so relieved that they can now go back to openly hating him in public.



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I haven't been in near enough orgies. I don't know what the perfect number of orgies is, but the number I've had ain't it.
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This is an Israeli warrior.



Women in combat? Hell, yeah. She has been trained to kill you with a hot dog bun and a piece of aluminum foil.

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PHOTOGRAPHY





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You can't talk while you are inhaling through your nose.

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Being old is a great aid in solving crossword puzzles.



When the clue is 'Lucy's neighbor', I was there. Younger solvers haven't a clue.

Speaking of...



Following that train of thought, most young people today have no idea that cars used to have a bench seat.



Say what you will, but it made fucking at the drive-in so much easier...and versatile.

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It's been proven to be just a charade, folks, just to make you FEEL safe.

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I'm not so sure about an inner child, but I do have an inner idiot that surfaces every now and then.
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What a beautiful line of dialogue.

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Guy on his Harley wearing fake tattoo sleeves.



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Most guys will do shit like this every chance they are given.



I once squirted my brother with a hose at a funeral...our mother's funeral.

And I like people who expend their energy to make the rest of us smile.



Now with the computer, the comics in us all have many more tools and a much bigger audience.



Improving Fox News, one Snapchat filter at a time.

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ABOUT LARGE ANIMALS

These magnificent creatures...



If I'm not mistaken, that is not a horn, but rather a specialized tooth.

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Cape Town graffiti artist Falko is taking the street art community by storm with his powerful work. His South African project, “Once Upon A Town,” aims to change local perceptions of value by creating vibrant elephants on otherwise ‘shabby’ buildings and infrastructures






I like the way the artist used existing objects in his design. I think I can safely say he has moved from "graffiti artist" to artist. There is a difference.

Speaking of elephants...a funny as shit repost...



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Guy saws down a tree and then this happened. You might want to wait to the end.




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What if nobody was president and we all promised real hard to just be cool?

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FUN WITH STONE



This guy stacks rather large stones...impressive...



I would have liked to have learned how to do that.




Bummer, that.

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What are the chances...



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One time I was really high and attempted to flush my foot down the toilet. There was no Twitter then, so I'm telling you now.

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But in all honesty, the evidence was hard to miss...



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One of the greatest gifts my wife ever gave me was my high tolerance for alcohol.

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"Thank you T-shirt lady, I will surely do all I can."



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Wife to CPR instructor: What if my knees start to hurt?

Me to instructor: See what I'm up against?

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SPORTS





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One way to find out if you're old is to trip in front of a group of people. If they laugh, you're young, if they panic, you're old.

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One day you are going to have to opportunity to ask an evolution denier why they have to take a new flu shot every year. It's because the little bastards evolve into a resistant strain. Game over.

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Kinda thick horizontal curvy line, two thinner curvy vertical lines, squiggly line, different thicker squiggly line.

-Japanese spelling bee

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DEATH AND DYING



That's the whole point, isn't it. Delay it for as long as possible. In a way, we all have the same philosophy in life....



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The guy that has been screwing up actuarial tables for forty years.

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Cause it's a Viking table that's why...



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Modern parents take their kids to the park so they can beat each other up in the fresh air.
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I could sit and watch this all afternoon...



...if there was a bar nearby.

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Want to freak somebody out? Whisper at a funeral, "Ok don't freak out."

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Did he really say it? Hell, I don't know, but it needed saying anyway.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your (and Bill Nye's) support for GMOs seems to consider only the health and safety of consumption. But there are huge ecological concerns. For example, a common GM trait is resistance to particular types of herbicides, such as glyphosate, so stronger herbicides can be used to control weeds without affecting crops. Herbicide exposure is toxic ("inert" ingredients in Roundup cause birth defects) even if the food crop itself isn't. Other GM plants produce their own insecticides, such as Bt toxin, to prevent pest damage and require less pesticide application. The effect of these GM traits on the local ecosystem is not well known but evidence of adverse impact is already being documented. Another ecological concern is the potential for GM traits to “escape” into other species by hybridization. This has been clearly documented in a dozen of the world's most important food crops. This is the major reason behind the EU resisting the planting of even a single GMO crop: once done, it can never be undone. We should exert the precautionary principle here simply because we would only discover errors after considerable and irreversible environmental damage.

- Your trusted advisor

Anonymous said...

Thought you might be interested in the mural pictured about half way down in this article. The setting and the story increase the impact of the mural.

Keep up the good work.
-Paul

http://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2016/04/21/474847921/the-arctic-suicides-its-not-the-dark-that-kills-you

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