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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 17, 2016

WEDNESDAY #2795

One Of My Very Own…



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Following the July 12th 2016 ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, that the People’s Republic of China’s nine-dash-line claim in the South China Sea, and its land reclamation activities on islets are invalid and unlawful, the Chinese Defense Minister, Chang Wanquan has urged his country’s citizens to prepare for what he described as the people’s war at sea.

“China doesn’t want wars, a war with the United States in particular. The only possible scenario for a Sino-United States war is that the United States corners China on its doorstep with unacceptable provocations and China has to fight back. We will be very prudent about going to war, but if a war is triggered, we will have greater determination than the United States to fight it to the end and we can endure more losses than the United States.”
You might want to do a little research on that.
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"He dindu nuffin'."

He ran from the police with a stolen gun and when told to drop the weapon he raised it towards the cop and was shot. Couldn't be a cleaner shoot, yet people are still rioting.

Why the fuck are we spending millions on police body cams if you are going to burn down your city no matter what the footage shows.

But then there's this shit. Cop runs a red light and gets creamed, then draws his gun on innocent driver.

How long would you put up with this before you took to the streets?
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Olympic dick move
GB cyclist, Mark-Cavendish,causes crash takes three riders wins silver medal velodrome.
What the hell are the rules for that sport if this isn't one?!



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Liam Neeson: What I do have are a very particular set of skills.
My good friend, Susan, if she were the kidnapper: *is.

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It's true. That's why we have apples in the store all year round.
Here's the documentary:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNnStvdG-VY&feature=youtu.be
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Dancing to the beat of a different drummer...

I'll have some of what she had.

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Just something else you don't see every day...


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America is a country where half the money is spent buying food, and half is spent trying to lose weight, and half is spent on education.

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When I see a typo and then look down at my keyboard to see how close together the letters ate.


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How Much of His Ear Did Van Gogh Cut Off?
The debate has raged for years, with some claiming he only cut off his lobe. Well, here's a note and diagram from Dr Félix Rey, who had treated Van Gogh in Arles after he had mutilated his ear.


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Two guys are into metal detecting. Here are but a small portion of their finds...





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Want to guess what this is?

It's a horse with its hoof removed.

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Let us never forget...

The old farts T-shirt reads:
"I AM a Motherfucker!"

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Some WW-I battlefields will remain uninhabitable for 300-900 years.

And here is what they are STILL digging out of the ground...


They now have small drones that will detect mines, bombs, etc, then map them out on a grid, then precisely fly back and place a detonator over the object, fly off and destroy it from safety. It was stated that with them, every minefield in the world could cleared in 10 years.

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Watched a movie on the Space Elevator and noticed that in the labs making carbon fibers they use either Legos or something that looks like Legos...



Carbon Nanotubes are a really, really big deal.

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Never forget



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I've been on my best behavior ever since the words "you can be charged as an adult" applied to me.
(that is absolutely factual)

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When he has the remote to your new remote control vibrating panties...

I know it's a repost, but I have many new viewers. Thank you for your patience. But you gotta love his reaction to her behavior.

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Sea turtle egg poaching is a real problems in parts of the world where they are considered a rare delicacy.

3D printed eggs with imbedded tracking chip are set to be deployed this fall in Central America during an arribada, or mass nesting event when 90 percent of eggs will be poached from certain beaches. The group plans to create a tracking map on the movement of eggs to help law enforcement officials and activists to crack down on the big players involved in poaching. Sea turtle eggs are considered a delicacy and aphrodisiac in various cultures. Millions of sea turtle eggs are stolen each year with each one costing anywhere from $5 to $20 apiece causing severe threat to the endangered species."
My question is, why would they let that be known?
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I don't know what you people really want, so here's a yawning pelican.


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I concur.

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This is true.

Turtle eggs?

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If you have 6+ numbers after your name as part of your Twitter handle I can only assume you're an inmate & tweeting from prison.

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See anything odd?


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Soldering Wire spiral vs RedHot Nickel Ball


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Some bamboo sticks with scraps of grimy cloth wound around them have been identified as bottom wipers from a latrine pit in a 2,000-year-old Chinese relay station on the Silk Road.

They have also preserved the first solid evidence of disease spread from east to west by travellers. Samples of ancient faeces scraped off the fabric and brought back to a laboratory in Cambridge have revealed eggs from four species of parasites, including Chinese liver fluke.

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Stocking a lake with fish.

What must the fish already in the lake think about such a thing? Strange beings dropped from the sky. From lesser things whole religions have formed...think a lamp that burned longer than expected.

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No wonder my plane is late and my luggage is lost...all these assholes standing around taking pics of shit.
It was a rocket booster.

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Turns out the tattoo is right on...


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Cow blowing, Kuhblasen, phooka, or doom dev, is a process used in many countries according to ethnographers, in which forceful blowing of air into a cow's vagina (or sometimes anus) is applied to induce her to produce more milk.

Cow blowing was the reason why Gandhi abjured cow milk, saying that "since I had come to know that the cow and the buffalo were subjected to the process of phooka, I had conceived a strong disgust for milk."
What a guy!

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I'm still amazed that they could move stones that large.

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By Darwin Enriquez from Last Rites Tattoo Theater in New York City


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It's so nice to see a woman care for her car...


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I own one of these!

Of course I made art out of it.

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Norway has hatched ambitious plans to install the world’s first floating underwater tunnels to help travelers easily cross the nation’s many fjords.

At present, the only way to travel across the bodies of water involves taking a series of ferries – an inconvenient and time-consuming process. The “submerged floating bridges” would consist of large tubes suspended under 100 feet of water, and each one will be wide enough for two lanes of traffic.

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Can you spot the tourists?

That is EXACTLY what it was like to traverse eight lanes of traffic in Paris getting to Arc de Triomphe, before discovering there was an underground passage.

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Movies led me to believe there would be a whole lot more unlocked cars just sitting around with the keys tucked away in the overhead visor.

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