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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.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

TUESDAY #2773

One Of My Very Own…



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Hopefully lost thing I'll have to say about this...




How much of this shit can we tolerate?




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Last night my wife caught me cross dressing, so I packed her things and left.


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Burial of a woman at Teotihuacan with a jadeite tooth that was cemented or attached with fiber to her mandible. 350 to 450 AD.


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When you don't read the "don't feed the monkeys" sign.


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If any teenage boy's dream were to come true...


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"Why buy expensive fireworks when you can make your own with ordinary household chemicals?" I said to the other patients in the ER.

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Why do some beaches have sand and some have whole shells?


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Drove a wedge of suspicion today between the McDonalds employee at the first window and the one at the second.

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The owner, a former corrections officer who said he knew Doig while working in a Canadian detention facility, said the famous painter created the work as a youthful inmate there. His suit contends that Doig is either confused or lying and that his denials blew up a plan to sell the work for millions of dollars.

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Why would they render them in color? The blind person will never know.

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I showed that to a young friend and he said he did that every day on Tinder.

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Those people do that and I got an M&M stuck in my nose....for two hours.

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1939 Duesenburg Coupe Simone Midnight Ghost



Speaking of cars...

An Outback, towing an Outback, parked out back at Outback.

And the Williams team completed a pit stop for Felipe Massa at the Grand Prix of Europe in Baku in 1.89 seconds.


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"Summer of '92" is a soccer movie about the Denmark National Team. Well worth watching if you like soccer.

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Human Space Invaders...


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The guy at the urinal next to me must have really liked my wrist watch.

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So let me get this straight; two girls bought one of these...


From a man that looked like this...

In a diaper.
At this point you just purse your lips and nod.

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I'm going to let these speak for themselves...





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We get it, painters: you love naked women and bowls of fruit.

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This would not surprise me...


Remember, I'm the guy who thinks ancient objects like this is pornographic, not a fertility symbol.


A masturbation aid, if you will.


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Oh, hell, here's some more ballistic cakes...




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This is exactly what would happen if women had a dick for a day.

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I found if you put the right stickers on your cooler and walk as fast as you can they'll let you in any part of the hospital you want.

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Molyneux's problem is a thought experiment in philosophy concerning immediate recovery from blindness. It was first formulated by William Molyneux, and notably referenced in John Locke's An Essay Concerning Human Understanding. The problem can be stated in brief, "if a man born blind can feel the differences between shapes such as spheres and cubes, could he, if given the ability to see (but now without recourse to touch), distinguish those objects by sight (alone), in reference to the tactile schemata he already possessed?"

One reason that Molyneux's Problem could be posed in the first place is the extreme dearth of human subjects who gain vision after extended congenital blindness. Alberto Valvo estimated that fewer than twenty cases have been known in the last 1000 years. There was a woman who gained sight at the age of 12 when she underwent surgery for dense bilateral congenital cataracts. They report that the subject could recognize family members by sight six months after surgery, but took up to a year to recognize most household objects purely by sight.

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I finally found a gif of this that I could download.

Notice how it knew to turn into the fall just like we do.

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The Nazi V-1 "robot bomb" (AKA the "buzz bomb") was a kind of flying landmine that terrorized London during the Blitz, doing incredible damage to the city, sowing disarray and fear.
It was supposed to break the British will to fight. It did no such thing.
I discussed this misplaced anticipated result on the Allies bombing of Germany and it breaking their will to fight. The guy let me finish, then looked at me and said, "It worked on the Japanese."

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It took at least 5 views to realize the ball went in the pitcher's glove.

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Eddie Hall Breaks The World Deadlift Record! First Man To Deadlift 500kg (1100lbs).

I am going to assume that is easier for a short man.

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I so want this to be true...


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When you make a joke on the internet but end up offending everyone.


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Carefully choosing my grocery check out line based on the back of who's head I want to beam hate into for the next 15 minutes.

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