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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, September 7, 2016


One Of My Very Own…


I know you have all seen this by now...

Guys topple beloved Pillar Rock on Oregon coast. I would really like to know what mental processes led to them thinking that was a good idea.

However, the TV news found dozens of images of people standing upon that very rock. 
If it toppled that easily, one would think standing atop it was extraordinarily foolish.

I wish there was a better way for a kid to meet their favorite celebrity other than having cancer.

Marilyn Monroe performing for allied troops in Korea.

This assisted living facility in Ohio has fiber optic ceilings that go from day to night and the outside of every room resembles a house.

There's a golf course and movie theater and "memory rooms" where each room resembles the 30's, 40's, and 50's, including furniture and music from the given time period.


The face of an old survivor...

Imagine the battles he has seen.

Go through his elbow to get to his ass?

That one at the top misunderstands the whole concept...

Me: I just got stung. I'm allergic. Grab me my EpiPen.
Wife: Do you know how much those cost? Here, have a Benadryl.


Many, many people do innocent things to fuck with other people...

But the internet is full of people giving very bad advice for...what? Fun?

Most stuff is just fun and does no harm.

Then there is this type of insulting crap.

The caption read: "China Reveals That a Massive Alien Outpost and Mining Facility is Operating on the Moon."
What is the payoff for that? Two teenage boys giggling in their parents' basement?


Something to think about...

The phrase "watching paint dry" should be replaced with "listening to people talk about brewing their own beer."

Stunt doubles...

If at first you don't succeed, it's called 'Attempted' Murder.

Things that sort of look alike but aren't...

"Doctor, it burns when I pee."

Now, that is either showing off the methane in well water near a fracking site, or someone is squirting lighter fluid in the stream of water.
Do they frack in Japan?

ATLANTIC OCEAN (Dec. 11, 2012) An X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS) demonstrator aircraft is transported on an aircraft elevator aboard the aircraft carrier Harry S. Truman.

The future of warfare.

This is all I can think about when I see those young adventurers sitting hanging their legs from a huge rock fourteen or fifteen miles in the air...

It's not a matter of if it is going to fall; but when.

There are countless examples, but we STILL go to the edge to look over.

Not me. I just ask for pictures if anything exciting happens.

Two bored men attach sails to dollies and turn on huge fans. What could possible go wrong?

I'll give you a minute to think about it.


And here's an arty photo you need to see again...

The veins in the leaf, the antlers and the trees with identical patterns. Makes my dick hard.

Fisherman found 75 pound pearl 10 years ago, just learned its valuable.

Fisherman from the Philippines pulled up his anchor and found it was attached to a giant clam. Inside the clam was a massive pearl. He brought it home and kept it under his bed for good luck. Recently his shack burned down and he showed the pearl to a tourist officer, who encouraged him to get it appraised. Early estimates put its value at $100 million.

How stupid do you have to be not to see the worth in such a thing?

Said to be Pokemon Go players swarm Taipei, Taiwan in search of a Snorlax

If human civilization had a narrator it would just be some guy repeating "Little did they know..." over and over and over.

On your mark, get set...

...go find a new job!
Those assholes run off and leave their friend under I pill of rubble?! With friends like that who needs enemies? But the "safety" vests are a nice touch.

Ladies and gentlemen, the most Canadian photograph ever taken...

I once found spaghetti in our heating ducts if any of you were thinking of having children.

This is me when one of my poor young friends starts bragging about how hammered they got last night on $5 shots while I'm sitting there drinking $2 beers.

Poor people today don't act poor.
It's called...

The word on the street...

Zion Harvey is the first child to receive a double hand transplant (2015). 1 year later, he's now able to write, eat his own lunch, and even throw a ball!

Patrick Hardison, the recipient of the most extensive facial transplant surgery to date, before his transplant, immediately after, and one year later.

And now...
World’s First Head Transplant Set For September

A Russian computer scientist suffering from a rare genetic disease has decided he’d like to try a new body on if science and medicine will allow for it.
I sure wish I knew the details of that. Like who in their right minds donates their own head?

I have a feeling Japan's Olympics will even top China's...

It's like the gauntlet has been thrown by an ancient rival.

Erika Stewart, an incoming freshman at The University of Louisiana Lafayette, hitting 20.5 mph on the treadmill.

Hell, I could do that...but I'm a guy...so.

Olympic training in Ghana?

When you mix your bath salts up with your steroids.
I'll have some of what they had...just once.

Did you find a meteorite?

"Did someone see it fall" - "Yes" - NOT A METEORITE? Whaaaat?

5 years after Texas GOP's attack on women's reproductive health, TX leads developed world in maternal mortality.

Remember when Texas governor Rick Perry and the GOP state government led an unprecedented assault on women's reproductive health in the name of preventing abortions, using dirty tricks to pass an unconstitutional law that led to a boom in unsafe home abortions and a black market for day-after pills, while ending Planned Parenthood's vital cancer-screening program, before defunding Planned Parenthood altogether?

Chicago reporter's three grim years of covering overnight crime.

What happens to a journalist assigned to cover Chicago's overnight violent crime? Chicago Tribune reporter Peter Nickeas describes in harrowing detail how three years of covering endless violence and misery changed him.
Here's the link:

I posted that because one of my oldest friends covered overnight crime for the Chicago Tribune many years ago.
Back then they would get a report of a murder on the police scanner and went to the station to check it out. There were code words and gestures to indicate if the victim and perp were black. They never reported black on black crime because even back then it happened so frequently that it just wasn't news. And maybe, just maybe, black people didn't buy their newspaper.

Young Billy Gates has reached another plateau...

Just when I started thinking they were cute and innocent...

There are religions that justify strapping bombs to children yet I'm going to hell for jerking off?


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The article re the journalist is Chicago caused so many emotions. Anger, sadness, grief and disbelief that a part of our country and it's people are experiencing this horror on a daily basis.

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