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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.

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

WEDNESDAY #2788

One Of My Very Own…



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It is said by some that Hillary Clinton is sick. I really don't know, but aren't all candidates supposed to have a full examination from a doctor who then publishes the results?

This looks pretty bad...like she just froze...

But maybe something was happening in the audience that frightened her?

Note the guy on the right...


He's holding a medical device that injects a person with repetitive motion disorder...


But to me, this is the most damning...

That is not a loop. And look at the reaction of the reporters.

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OLYMPIC NEWS



When you break your leg at the olympics, just to later be dropped.


Irani coverage of their athlete...


Doesn't the fact that the Olympics are happening in the Southern Hemisphere technically make them the winter Olympics?



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Werner Heisenberg, Kurt Gödel, and Noam Chomsky walk into a bar. Heisenberg turns to the other two and says, "Clearly this is a joke, but how can we figure out if it's funny or not?" Gödel replies, "We can't know that because we're inside the joke." Chomsky says, "Of course it's funny. You're just telling it wrong."

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Ran across an article about what is going on in the nightmare that is now Venezuela.

Here are the items most needed:
Food
Hygiene Items
Utilities
Medicines

The article gave tips on how to cook without utilities, how to bathe without soap, etc. I found the most problematic items food and medicines. We would all die without food, but without meds, some of us are goners.

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Gaming the system; something in which I pride myself.

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You expend this much energy into a gif, and I will post it...


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Anyone can build a bridge that doesn't fall down. Only an engineer can build a bridge that just barely doesn't fall down.

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The brain’s reward centers in severely obese women continue to respond to food cues even after they’ve eaten and are no longer hungry, in contrast to their lean counterparts, according to a recent study by a multidisciplinary team at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

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You might want to look this up...


The house didn't burn once or twice, but three times. It is quite a story.

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Life. Go figure.

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The remote went missing. Found it in the phone charger.


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500 rabbis urge Israel to stop demolition of Palestinian homes.

How nice.

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Russian Street Artist Julia Volchkova


The street-artist Guido Van Helten paints the wall of Kiev in Ukraine.

WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE?!?

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Bless his heart.

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I think I've posted this before...whatever.
It's an iron cannon ball dropped in mercury.

My question is, how the hell much does a vat of mercury that size cost. It must be extraordinary.

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MACHINES



Just another reason not to smoke...


That reminds me of when someone has to drive me home from the bar after drinking too much.

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NETFLIX

I watched the whole first year of episodes in two days. Not bad, but with flaws.


This is dead on...


And...
Watched a film from Norway about a mountain's collapse causing a tsunami and the town was evacuated with ten minutes to reach higher ground.

Of course, almost immediately there was a traffic jam and the people had to make a run for it...run up the other side of the highway that not one driver had thought to use.
I laughed at that until I remembered the evacuation of the Carolina coast with Hugo bearing down. Almost immediately the main interstate away from the coast was a parking lot, but the other two lanes across the medium was completely empty.

Am I the only one who would have seen that as salvation?

Now, here for your viewing pleasure are photographs voted the best single images in all of film history.




I saw that movie and it was...provoking.












That last one stumped me.







I know I watch more movies than most people, but I recognized almost all of those.

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For many years I wondered why all the planets orbit the sun in the same direction.

Specifically, if all the matter was drawn in with angular momentum, willy nilly if you will, how did they all end up going the same way? Well, come to find out, that's just what they do. There is always more going one way than the other, and they always win when there are the inevitable collisions.

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Found this and remembered the wonderful children's drawing a posted weeks ago.

I don't want to be a cynic, but I seriously doubt that the guy that did the work above copied the child in my friend's class. Just saying.

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I used my manners today. Said please. Well, actually what I said was 'bitch please,' but whatever.

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Found this in the New Yorker.

"If that's a series of patterned clicks, I'm not here."

Having owned two bars, I've heard similar prohibitions regularly.

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Another talking point...


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Porn sites should have bright backgrounds while the video is buffering so I don't have to see my reflection.

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Berns over 90% of his body.


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If you are ever granted three wishes, don't blow them all on a big potato body and two tiny limbs. (That's what we call a "visual joke.")

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Well, things have been going so well in Russia, let's test their censors...


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If something breaks easily, it's either really cheap or really expensive.

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Don't argue. You drink your Lord's blood, for Christ's sake.



Other weird "commandments."


Imagine if you had paid each time you masturbated.

And still...STILL...we are all embarrassed to discuss masturbation, with it a confirmed fact that we all do it...as often as possible. What's up with that?
But there is good news on the horizon.



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