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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.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

THURSDAY #2706

One Of My Very Own…



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TSA blatantly extorting passengers into paid precheck program by causing ridiculous lines.

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My brother-in-law played at House of Blues in Hawaii.



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When my wife and I first met I knew I had a winner when she said, "I really like your beard. Can I touch it....with my vagina?"

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PHOTOGRAPHY

Said to be unmanipulated.

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Be forewarned, living in the American South takes some getting used to.


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Find someone to love and treat them well, and know it is something of value.
Write that shit down, folks. It's the best I got.

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You've seen this one before...

It is dubbed Accidental Renaissance and sparked other examples.



Actually, that last one is a very powerful image.

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Jonathan the tortoise in year 1900 and today…Jonathan is 184 years old.


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I believe that of all gods man has invented, the modern Christian one is totally lacking in imagination.


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If you manage to get your words out into the general lexicon, then in a way, it renders you immortal.
Read that again. I like it very much.

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Men.


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Cool. But how did he get inside?


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Harriet Tubman saved more than 70 people. I was misinformed...on a TV documentary no less.


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If you're afraid of heights, you're gonna have a bad time.

What kind of sadistic bastard would invent such a thing?

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Remember the woman who faked being homeless?

Come to find out she did very well.
Reminds me of the real homeless guy who stood at the exit of a huge long term parking garage in NY City and offered to clean the filthy windshields. He reported made 100K a year.

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The roof of your mouth is more like a ceiling.
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Made from four crates.

I like it.

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I'm a sucker for such silliness.


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She: What did you accomplish today?
Me: I mastered the art of daydrinking...one word, look it up.


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If I had a dollar for every time I needed a dollar I would never need a dollar.

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Damn, dude.


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You weren't born just to pay bills and die. You have a lot of suffering to do.
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While it might amount to the same thing; they mean the brain dead, not the dead dead.

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The study by professors at the University of Toronto and Harvard Business School, analyzed thousands of flights on a large international airline over several years and found that not only were incidents in economy more likely if there was a first class cabin, and more so if economy passengers had to walk through it — but incidents were also more likely in first class itself.

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A couple of clever definitions:




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What a heartwarming image.


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If the bill of your hat is flat and has a sticker on it, I judge you.
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Wha....

What?

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More silliness. Famous people without teeth.


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I have a theory about how they built all those walls out of those really huge stones a long time ago. I think people were just a whole lot stronger back then.

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This is printed on the lid...


When the wife and I find a spider in the house...

Or rats coming out the toilet.

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I was just a phase...


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This action figure making guy is good.


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More depressing news: There is no historical evidence for any pirate having ever owned a pet parrot.
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This from a photo collection called, Bed, Bath, and Beyond, by Nicolas Gavino


Images aren't all that great, but what a cool title.

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If you're like the woman in red and don't think you need to wear a seat belt in the back seat, please consider the safety of those that choose to do so. Your body is a projectile.

Interesting Fact: She didn't move. It was the car that moved. She, unfortunately, stayed in one spot.

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I've reach the stage in my life where I'm trading cases of beer for the equipment with which I used to paint murals. Life is good. And that's a true story.
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Black sand & gold foil.

Artist is Tim Bengel

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Boop the Snoot: Extreme edition


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Think how hard it would be to dance to YMCA in Chinese.
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Yes that is a cement mixer...

And yes, grown men do shit like this all the time.

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Icelandic men don't worry about the small stuff...


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Stigler said Charlie's crippled bomber was like a man in a parachute. He did not fire. Instead, he escorted Charlie to the coast, where Charlie made an attempt to cross the Channel into England.


Then the fighter pilot and the bomber pilot became friends.


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Speaking of old farts, a friend sent me these and they reminded me of so many things.

It took 3 minutes for the TV to warm up


Playing baseball with no adults to help kids with the rules of the game.


When being sent to the principal's office was nothing compared to the fate that awaited the student at home


Candy cigarettes


Telephone numbers with a word prefix...( Yukon 2-601). And party lines where you could eavedrop on your neighbor's conversation. My prefix was Victor.


Peashooters. And we ALL sucked the pea down our throats until we got the hang of it. And when we went screaming to our mothers they just looked at us and said, "I told you never to do that."
After the first time we never again told her we sucked the pea down our windpipe because we were afraid she would never buy us another one.

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So easily tested; so seldom done so.

1 comment:

MacGyver said...

"What kind of sadistic bastard?"

MY kind of sadistic bastard! That observation deck is deviously monstrous, and my only wish is that the people had to push, hard, to make it roll out. How empowered and invulnerable, not to mention thrilled, would that make one feel afterward, even if only for a fleeting moment?

But the owner might want to have some public-access defibrillators at the ready...

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