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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.

Saturday, August 6, 2016

SATURDAY #2784

One Of My Very Own…



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Good Luck Jess Ennis!




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At least 90 people have been hospitalized from an anthrax outbreak in Russia, including 50 children. Eight are confirmed as infected with anthrax. Doctors believe at least 6 patients have the more virulent intestinal form of the disease, which killed one boy, age 12. Authorities say it's the first fatal anthrax outbreak in Russia in more than 75 years.
Doctors are extremely antibiotic-happy, which has contributed to the rise of new, drug-resistant bacteria that kill 23,000 people a year, according to the CDC. What's more, large-scale meat production has contributed to the problem, thanks to farmers' habit of indiscriminately dosing their livestock with antibiotics. Yep, it's a full-blown crisis.
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And then there's this...
"The world is headed for a post-antibiotic era, in which common infections and minor injuries which have been treatable for decades can once again kill," says WHO.
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Hahahabananahaha






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I think the whole "spirituality" thing is just an excuse to get laid.

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Aftermath of explosion at chemical plant in Louisiana.

You think that was from the heat or the chemicals?

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HUMANS AND THEIR DARNED SEXUALITY

A perfect modern Sheela-Na-Gig! (Sheela na gigs are figurative carvings of naked women displaying an exaggerated vulva. They are found on churches, castles and other buildings, particularly in Ireland and Britain.) Coatlicue is the Aztec "The Mother of Gods", the Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war. This is the birthing position Aztec Goddesses were sculpted in.

And...

Acheulian Goddess - The Great Mother, most ancient goddess, shaped from rock by our ancestors 1/4 million to 3/4 million years ago.
My money is on it being porn, pure and simple.

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PHOTOGRAPHY




I'm just going to go ahead a pretend that photos move...


It's a bubble-maker.

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The United States Air Force has more planes than any other country. The United States Navy is #2.


This was truly a great WWII aircraft, but its pilot visibility sucked.

Basically, all that fuselage cut off half the sky from his view.

And now, even with true dog fights remote, they give the pilot just about all the sky...


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You will discover that there is nothing I can't bitch about.

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All you have to is witness the availability of "assault" weapons where they are forbidden to know that is not the solution.

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You can now explore the Apollo 11 Command Module in 3D at the following link.

http://3d.si.edu/apollo11cm/boxes/play-cm-ext-rc6-int-rc5/cm-interior.html

It was pretty cool.

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MORE MAPS

Half the population of Mongolia live inside those two red dots.



Please take note of the Solar/Wind in the Great Plains. We should all be able to do that along the coasts, also. 
Did you notice that my home state of South Carolina is eat up with nuclear?

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The best laid plans...

Laid. Plans.

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I'm not much for mush, but this describes my relationship with my wife perfectly...

But that doesn't mean I can't make fun of it...


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Fred brings home 100 lbs of potatoes, which (being purely mathematical potatoes) consist of 99 percent water. He then leaves them outside overnight so that they consist of 98 percent water. What is their new weight? The surprising answer is 50 lbs.
Sounds counterintuitive doesn't it, but there is an explanation.


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The perfect bar.


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Yeah, I'm into fitness. Fitness next beer in my stomach.

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"Let's hope the one holding the camera is a woman."

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I asked a guy what I should get for home protection and this is what I got. Get it?

9mm, a couple of clips and a box of shells.

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PRETTY GOOD IDEAS





I've done a lot of this...

First I found out that out behind the brick factory they have a huge field with hundreds of piles of old brick that was discontinued, or the wrong shade, or over or underheated. Anyway, they more or less give these away...like 5cents each. So I made several truck loads into my yard and laid out a 15'x15' parking area in one day. I, however, made no prep whatsoever. I laid the brick on the lawn and after about a week it was flat as a billiard table. A walkway in the back was done the same way, right on top of the grass, and it worked beautifully.

And I guess this is a good idea...


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Found another gif of this from the start and it was, indeed, one of those rope thingies.


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Nearly 7.43% of Guiness are wasted each year on mustaches.

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Me around my vegetarian friends...

God I love Slim Jim's.

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When an American sees their first paycheck, not knowing how much tax would be deducted.


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The time Jessie Owens ran in the Olympics in Berlin is now normal for high school meets.

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Note template used to get it perfect.


There are also templates to use to get these miter cuts just right...


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I'm thinking hunting in pairs would be much better.

The second sea lion driving the fish toward the other one.

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"I'll take shitty people doing shitty things for 300, Alex."


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From a doctor:
Technological society has forgotten what scholars call the “dying role” and its importance to people as life approaches its end. People want to share memories, pass on wisdoms and keepsakes, settle relationships, establish their legacies, and ensure that those who are left behind will be okay. They want to end their stories on their own terms. This role is, observers argue, among life’s most important, for both the dying and those left behind. And if it is, the way we deny people this role, out of obtuseness and neglect, is cause for everlasting shame. Over and over, we in medicine inflict deep gouges at the end of people’s lives and then stand oblivious to the harm done.

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It's just so silly...


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