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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.

Sunday, October 30, 2016

SUNDAY #2869

One Of My Very Own…


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A few Halloween ideas because you are running out of time..






Looks like we found the Goldstein's house.










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I have very serious concerns about my Cubs.
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How true.
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Germany to send tanks to Russian border
Protecting Lithuania from Russia is to be Germany's responsibility, according to the new NATO defense plans that emerged at this week's summit in Brussels. The German Defense Ministry showed on Wednesday evening just how seriously it is taking this task, confirming to the DPA news agency that next year it will be sending Leopard 2 tanks to the Baltic country's Russian border in addition to the 650 soldiers it had already promised - though it would not clarify how many.

The move is part of NATO's wider plan to protect its Baltic members, who have all shown concern about Russian ambitions following the annexation of Crimea in 2014 and the subsequent war in eastern Ukraine.
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You would think god could have done something about that pea-sized zit on his nose.
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If you are going to be famous, why not for your name.
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Thousands of Wild Buffalo Appear Out of Nowhere at Standing Rock where Native Americans are attempting to stop a pipeline from being built on their land and water.
This is short and kind of miraculous:
http://usuncut.com/resistance/thousands-wild-buffalo-appear-nowhere-standing-rock/

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Your move, Apple.
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It's Sunday, let's listen to one of my favorite songs.
By the way, it is very difficult to find a video on Youtube that I can post onto this blog. Almost all of them are restricted for some reason. Oh, well.
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You can't imagine how loud the Gamecock's stadium has been in the first half. As of now we lead Tennessee 14 to 7 and they are going nuts. We can hear them with all doors and windows closed. Standing outside it sounds like they are across the street.
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Russia is back. It goes from lots of hits to zero from time to time, but I refuse to not post Putin's follies when I come across them.



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We cut down bird houses to make birdhouses.
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WOMEN'S "ISSUES"
First the good news...



And the reason dresses have no pockets is so you lady's must by a $3000 handbag....sucker. You are so very obviously being manipulated and you act like it's natural. There is no pride to be taken in voluntary 
naïveté.


What am I supposed to learn from that statement? Seriously, put on your big girl pants and stick up for yourself.



There are no words for such lunacy.

Bless her heart...


She be trippin'...


Choose your battles carefully, women...

And remember not to leave you brain and all reasoning at home. Do I admire that woman for her courageous trek? FUCK NO!

British Army combat medic in Afghanistan


I'm collecting images in a file labeled "Things going south" but this was too good to wait...


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People always say I make things sound sexual but I try not to pry them open and force my thick throbbing opinion deep inside them.

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Christian Elias, 44, a Green Monster scoreboard operator, on the job during a Yankees-Red Sox game at Fenway Park.

I have no idea why, but I have always been fascinated by these guys. I was once attending a game with a manual scoreboard and I spent most of my time watching him change the numbers.

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Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack visualization.
Normal:
Latest attack:

This is terrifying. Although I don't understand a wit of it.

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Only in America?

Does that happen elsewhere in the world? Can it still happen today in America?

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"Honey, the shitter's frogged."

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Hootenanny is just one of those stupid made up words, like 'ambition' and 'productivity'.

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The best part of traveling with my wife is that we are both positive she didn’t leave the oven on.

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Real Human Femur Sword Handle

Wow.

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Onward to Stalingrad...

Too small to be a tank. Gun too big to be a toy.

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Watched a documentary about why no Great White shark has ever survived in captivity very long.

One reason is that, being open ocean fish, they continually bump into the walls and glass, which is extremely stressful. Note nose.

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(I'm going to go ahead and assume that's a good thing.)

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My wife finally cleaned out from under the couch cushions.


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I have, in fact, done some research on population growth and am convinced that we are not headed toward doom and gloom.

For one thing, for the first time in human history, more that 50% of humans live in cities, and in cities couples only have one or two children, which doesn't even replace themselves.
Then this from the study above:
"...world history can be divided into three periods marked by distinct trends in population growth. The first period (pre-modernity) was a very long age of very slow population growth. The second period, beginning with the onset of modernity (with rising standards of living and improving health) and lasting until 1962, had an increasing rate of growth. Now that period is over, and the third part of the story has begun; the population growth rate is falling and will likely continue to fall, leading to an end of growth towards the end of this century."

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I FOUND IT!

If I were there I would pretend to fuck "it".

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I like low-tech solutions using ordinary items.





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The Star Nucleus Rwandan amethyst

Oh my, that is breathtaking.

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"Festooning" is a behavior where bees hold onto each other to create a scaffold while they build new honeycombs.

And remember, nobody had to teach them how to do that. They just knew it. I believe that's called genetic memory.

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I remember when you had to buy them dinner and a couple of drinks. Young people today have it so easy.

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Woman Receives Cochlear Implant...


And a Marriage Proposal


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My wife went outside without makeup on. A child cried and I think a bird flew into a window on purpose.

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A couple of reposts...




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Cashier: Cute kid, how old?
Mom: Thank you, 28 months & 4days. What's my total?
Cashier: Your total is 756 quarters & 8 dimes.

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So, whose side are you on?


2 comments:

Fardygardy said...

I believe the bee phenomena is called "Emergence" when organized behavior erupts from random behavior. Listen to Radiolab podcast #97. If you haven't listened to Radiolab, your missing something. Think TED talks for the car.

Ninja Grrrl said...

That buffalo video gave me goosebumps. They were praying to their buffalo god and then the buffaloes just showed up? This is so unlikely given all the noise the humans were making. I can think of no reasonable explanation for this, although I assume that's due to my own ignorance somehow. I can't claim to know much about buffaloes, actually. This still gave me goosebumps.

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