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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.

Monday, May 16, 2016

MONDAY #2703

One Of My Very Own…

"See?" That's no really the point of this exercise, lady.


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Just another one of my young friends...

Notice shirt.

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Of course I don't agree with the anti-vaccine crowd, but at least I can understand their logic. There is, however slight, a correlation between the onset of universal vaccines and the number of autistic children. Discounting that the later may be the result of better or more testing; a change in parameters for; and the sharing of data; there seems to be a correlation between the two phenomena.



But we all know that correlation does not prove causation. Then we find another correlation: the increase in folic acid of the mother during pregnancy and the increase in autism. Again, that does not translate to causation, but there is evidence of over medicating with folic acid. Mothers who think that if one pill a day is good, then twenty pills a day must be better. These are the mothers who take the advice of the health food store college drop-out clerk who is paid on commission. This requires much more study, but it could answer many questions.
But the fundament conclusion is that getting rid of vaccines to reduce chances of autism could kill your child...or my child. The strict control of folic acid intake by pregnant women has no side effects whatsoever.
But in the best of all worlds, women would just eat a sensible diet.


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Answers to the bottle cap riddles:

#08 (A) RING IN (the) NEW YEAR

#11 (B) LOADED DICE

#22 (C) PANAMA CANAL

#04 (D) WHAT’s UP DOC?

#13 (E) COME RAIN OR SHINE



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Watching rich people try to find their lost car in a parking lot is oddly soothing.

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Yes, he could be just playing a hideously sadistic game with the devil with you as the mouse in the maze, or....OR...he a figment of your indoctrination. Which do you think is the most logical.

In Texas there is a statue of Jesus...

Wearing cowboy boots.

Moment before the Virgin Mary wasn't a virgin anymore.


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No matter how stupid you feel, remember, Little Red Riding Hood couldn't figure out a talking wolf in drag wasn't her own grandmother.

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Rodents we like...


Rodents we do not like...


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Did you know that in Alabama it is illegal to sell a sleeveless Metallica shirt to anyone without a barbed wire tattoo?

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LANGUAGE







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I’m starting to think my wife is only having sex with me to improve her FitBit stats.

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Shit you don't see everyday...

If you saw that, would you get up real close?

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Boyfriend asked to babysit since he had the day off and she was called in for an emergency. He admitted to....ADMITTED TO...cleaning the baby in the toilet when it had an explosive bout of diarrhea. Needless to say he wasn't asked to babysit again.

Smart guy.

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I'm convinced that 66% of being a woman is just hiding the remote when you're mad.

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On a related topic...


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Regardless of how strange your life can be, at least you're not the h in chameleon.

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These people deserve more money.

His caption stated he was "dropping a deuce."

I talked to an old vet once who told me that during WWII when the fighting got tough, the troops with diarrhea would just cut the seat out of their pants so they didn't have to drop them to take one of the numerous shits.

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I wonder how many people will see what's wrong with this picture.


I always thought it funny that they taught all of us missile technicians how to use a soldering iron, but in reality, we, of course, would never be allowed to actually fix a nuclear weapon. It was all remove and replace.

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This is what happens when you put the community service convicts in charge of painting curbs.


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What percentage of the zombies are just chasing Rick down to tell him they're vegan?

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I'm talking to myself more and more lately. What a coincidence, me, too.

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Pothole.

Pot. Hole.

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Real-Time Cyber-Attacks.

At least that was what I was told.

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Am I the only one who has been in such a hurry in the morning that you gargled coffee in the shower while stamping your own shit down the drain?

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I must repeat a joke I've been getting a lot of mileage out of lately. "I'm tired of people making fun of fat people. They have enough on their plates already."

But that doesn't mean that fat people can't do some weird shit...


Speaking of shirts...


Can't make fun of black children? How about midgets?


How about the handicapped?


Muslims?


War victims?


How about black culture?


How about stupid white people?

Worst escape attempt ever.

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When I look at the lower, but adequate, number of weekend viewers.


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Do crabs think fish can fly?

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Adaptations are fascinating.


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This may look like a movie, but it is not.

Guy was in shock - explaining his odd behavior. Died later.

A friend of mine was the first man at the scene of an industrial accident where a man had been cut completely in half at the waist. The victim was conscious and asked my friend for a cigarette. After taking a few puffs, he died. That is the power of shock.

Next thing you know they won't allow people on fire into public restrooms.

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I used something like that in art school.


The one in the sculpture studio had the wire running through a hole in a bandsaw like table. The Styrofoam was cut into any shape you wanted, then buried in wet sand. Then you just pour in molten aluminum which instantly burned out the Styrofoam and fills the void.

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THINGS I THINK I HAVE POSTED BEFORE

Looks like one of those Irish dancers...


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This is what fishing is to most of us...


That is what is so confusing about this.

How did they get the hook out? Well, there isn't a hook. The poor bastards are so hungry they grab hold of the bait hard enough that they can be lifted out of the water, then being smacked against a metal deck makes them let go.

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How clever.

Caption read: "1,900 year old chariot tracks in Pompeii." I'm thinking that is a market and the grooves were made by push carts due to no corresponding groove for horse hooves.


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What is the ultimate wish of every human? Not to die young...poor...or alone.

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6 comments:

Ninja Grrrl said...

What's wrong with the picture of the woman soldering is that her fingers would be pretty fucking toasty if that thing was on. No, autocorrect, not tasty. Everyone's a comedian.

Anonymous said...

Besides the smell of burning flesh, the fact that she probably ruined the board in the first place by working on it ungrounded.

Anonymous said...

Pompeii...I've been there and have seen those grooves. We were told by the tour guide that horses did in fact pull the carts. I think the reason for no marks for the hooves is that while the cart followed the same exact track every time, the horses' hooves would fall at a different place each time. Notice in the back ground the step stones over the road...allowed pedestrians to cross without stepping in the street.
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Ralph Henry said...

If there was a horse, they left no lane for it in the crosswalk stones.

Ralph Henry said...

THE LADY HOLDING THE HOT END: I think instead of grounded it needs a heat sink...a clip that retards heat transfer to the components. I could be wrong...it's been a long, long time.

Ninja Grrrl said...

She needs a heat sink and some solder wire. Although maybe her bionic fingers spit out wire, why not.

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