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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, August 18, 2016

THURSDAY #2796

One Of My Very Own…




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A guy showed me this at the bar yesterday. We got to talking about how we never stop to help another driver any more. Then we both confessed that we don't even help a black person jump start their car in a parking lot.
I got to thinking about whether that was racist or just prudent. Maybe where you life black people don't commit almost all the crimes, but the arrest reports in my city are pretty clear on the matter, so don't judge me for using my knowledge to increase my odds of surviving.

And then there's these two headline: Same event, two takes...




Nobody goes to that restaurant because it's always so crowded.



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No one is more unnecessarily confident than a white person that just ordered Mexican food in a Spanish accent.


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Generic adult films in Georgia gas station.


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12 Signs You Might Have Leprosy - Number 8 is jaw-dropping.

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Babies spit backwashes into the breast during breastfeeding so the mother's body can adjust the breastmilk composition based on the baby's health.

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The cameo...


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Donald Trump takes Xanax for Hispanic attacks.

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THE OLYMPICS

Congratulations to Michael Phelps on having even more gold than Donald Trump's bathroom.

All the Medalists of the Olympic Games 100-Meter Sprint since Athens 1896

I watched a documentary on that very thing, and it was explained that there were noticeable jumps, plateaus if you will. This can be explained by better shoes being introduced, and better and better running surfaces, and things like scientific diets and coaching. I would also include sports psychology.

Amazing.


Renaud Lavillenie in tears as the crowd booed him during the medal ceremony

Some guy who seemed to know wrote: Just watch any event in Brazil, and you'll see they're assholes to anyone not Brazilian.

Hell, I could do that.




The girl's chance to be on international TV and...

Nice recovery, though.

Anna Voloshyna is a member of Ukraine synchronized swim team.

I bet she has pulled that trick on her boyfriend more than once. Dear god.

World Champion Irish boxer reacts to judges after controversial loss to Russian in Olympics.


Camera man deserves a gold medal


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Wouldn't you love to do this?


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I know that kids of divorce can have it rough, but one time I found three (3) dirty towels on the bathroom floor after my daughter had gone to bed.

I stayed up until 2am then went in her room, woke her up and escorted her to the bathroom to hang them up. She never left another towel on the floor.

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Woman made many quilts for those she loved while she was alive. This was taken at her funeral.


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I use the phrase "when I win the lottery" a lot for someone who never buys any lottery tickets.

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PEOPLE LIVING ELSEWHERE





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I like being reminded, from time to time, of things I really enjoyed years ago. This is one of them.

That transition from thrown bone to space ship was wonderful. I, however, did not like the ending. Purposely confusing people is not my idea of entertainment.

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Yet more lightning strikes. Notice burn blisters.


Then there's this poor bastard...

Imagine that little cow brain trying to explain that.

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Perhaps the most impressive image taken by the Cassini spacecraft.

Perhaps the most beautiful photograph ever taken.
This was taken back in 2006 as the spacecraft drifted into the shadow of Saturn. The sun is hidden directly behind the planet. Earth also appears as a small dot near the upper left side of the brightest rings.

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A 5000-year-old rock carving in Norway which depicts a figure on skis has been "damaged forever" by youths who claim they were trying to improve it.

The two alleged vandals said they had been trying to repair the historical site by carving over the outline of the figure to make it easier to see – but local officials described their makeshift restoration as a "tragedy" for Norway's cultural heritage.


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My wife doesn't fart. She whispers in her panties.
Do you know how irritating that is?

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Haven't seen this guy in a long while...


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Unusual Drawbridge Railway Crossing in Australia


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This is our friend, Rachel Larratt. She races cars like this...plus motorcycles.

She was a great help in the flood recovery effort a while back. Here's she's being recognized by the mayor...the same mayor who spoke at the Democratic Convention.


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Pro tip: never tell a three-year-old that you're going to Disney unless you plan on leaving that very second.

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Russian hockey.

Can one assume the puck is frozen to the stick?

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Can you spell apologist, boys and girls? And I suppose corporations somehow regularly write the lyrics that black folks buy by the millions.

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That's his real name. He's an economist.

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If you allow this to happen this day and age, you should face abuse charges.


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In the next 60 seconds, 101 people will die and 261 babies will be born. Or so I'm told.

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Get it?

Wrong on so many levels.

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A few discussion starters...







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ANIMALS

There are so many things in this world that I've never seen in person. This baby swordfish is one of them.
Finally found an image of that sidewalk I've mentioned several times. Migrating baby frogs tried to cross wet concrete.

But the one I saw didn't have one, it had hundreds in every conceivable pose.

Instruction Manual?


Have you ever seen a snail eat a worm? Don't blink or you will miss it.


Because this slug is so mushy and well-lubed, all he had to do was make a U-turn and escape.




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I bet I know how she learned to do that...

Pamphlets.

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How can anyone focus on world peace when we can't even get everyone to use the same date format?

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London's Victoria and Albert Museum, one of the world's great museums devoted to material culture and design, has joined a long line of museums who've allowed the owners of loaned items for temporary exhibitions to require them to ban photography and sketching of these items.

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That reminded me of the hats I had that on the back said DON'T BOTHER ME, so people would leave me alone while I painted murals.

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Phone lost? There's an ape for that.

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Serving a snack on Scandinavian Airlines flight, 1969


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So, on July 4th, one of the hottest days of the year, we're all going to sit outside of our air-conditioned homes and cook over a fire?

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That was exactly what I was taught as a young man in church.

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