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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, October 6, 2016

THURSDAY'S THINGS GOING TO SHIT MOSTLY #2845

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This thing is kind of freaking us out. It's headed directly toward my house...then the hoped for 90 degree turn to the right. Let us pray.


Yeah, this looks scary...

But EVERY hurricane filmed from space looks scary.
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No truer words were ever spoken.
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Whoever invented the forklift over estimated the weight of forks.

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THINGS FOUND


That is the ship where they found the Antikythera mechanism.

They hope to recover DNA from the skeleton, they may be able to confirm the individual’s gender and hair and eye color, as well as his or her ethnicity and geographic origin.
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About four miles east of Coudersport, in the town of Sweden, in Potter County, Pennsylvania, lies the most puzzling geological anomaly.

It’s a small cave, or a pit, with an eight-feet-wide by ten-feet-long opening in the ground. At the bottom of the forty-foot deep chasm is a layer of ice. Large icicles measuring up to 25 feet long and often up to 3 feet thick hangs from the sides and just below the cave’s mouth.
This is the Coudersport Ice Mine, one of nature’s many ice-manufacturing plants. However, unlike regular ice caves that form only in winter, the ice in Coudersport Ice Mine forms during the warmest season of the year. The ice starts to form in spring, increasing in volume as the weather gets hotter and hotter. When winter arrives and there is snow and ice everywhere, and when it would seem to be the most natural time for ice formation, the ice in Coudersport Ice Mine melts away to nothing.
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The SS Empire Heritage which was carrying a huge cargo of war materials including these Sherman Tanks during the Second World War. The wreck lies 67m below the surface at Malin Head, off the coast of Donegal in Ireland.

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Laumeier Sculpture Park

At first I thought it was the farm growing the master orbs out front of Target.

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THINGS GOING TO SHIT




It's almost like they knew this would happen.

Wait for it...
It's called a shock wave.

I'll just let this one speak for itself...


And my favorite of all time...

That's one of the funniest things I've ever seen.

Wait for it...

Did you notice the humorous side of that? Check out the second motorcycle.


"Fuck you, son, it's every mother for herself."

Trapped like a rat...

That must not be his wife.

And to a lesser degree...


Watch carefully...

And there's always some asshole that looks over his shoulder and ruins the whole shot. Why they did such a thing was not discussed.

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Crowd Makes way for AMBULANCE in Festival in India.
 
I'm impressed, but then you have to realized the cops have a right to beat you within an inch of death.

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It's called a Hamdog and it's as American as you can get...



And, yes, they are real...


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Some people are good problems solvers and some people just are not...


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All my suicide notes just keep turning into 'Honey Do List.'

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High-rise prison in Chicago



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My old friend juxtaposition...

That speaks volumes.

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Just a helpful reminder to get your daily exercise...


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I think this is a necessary precaution.


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Whenever a character in a book praises the cleverness of another character’s idea, it’s really just the author praising their own idea.

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Comment read: "You could also say 'Dear Science, Pics of Big Bang or it didn't happen.'"

And science posted...


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I think this is trying to say that computers are killing artistic creativity.

But the way I see it the computer is just another tool to be used for good or ill.

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I knew an art teacher in a high school that cursed like a sailor. He was so well-loved that not one student ratted him out.

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That really pissed me off. I got all excited, then learned that it was just an illustration.

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A well composed photograph.

Remember sympathetic lines? Let's start with the limb and the tusk and you take it from there...there are like thirty.

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A huge problem that everyone seems to be ignoring. You buy computer voter machines from the lowest bidder and you should expect major problems.

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Make you uncomfortable?

Holy week in Spain.

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The toe restraints. Oh man that is diabolical.

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Vavilov Institute scientists literally starved to death protecting tons of treasured food.

During the siege of Leningrad in World War II, a heroic group of Russian botanists fought cold, hunger, and German attacks to keep alive a storehouse of crops that held the future of Soviet agriculture.

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Oh, it was much easier than that. You would make a collect call to your parents from afar and ask for yourself (to tell them it was you) then whatever information they wanted to tell you was worded thusly: He's not here but should be back at 7:30 (time) or He's not here, he's a Bill's house (person's name).

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And the rebuttal...


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