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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.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

TUESDAY #2849

One Of My Very Own…


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Was it? Ask the Indians...Blacks...Japanese...Gays.

What a fucking spectacle.


Too late, I'm sorry to say...

Okay, most of what Sanders said hadn't a prayer of getting past the congress, but at least he wouldn't activity try to fuck us!

I'm going nuts over what the world's view of America will emerge from the insanity...



This guy more or less nailed it...


I am in a real quantary...


I've always assumed the system was rigged by a very smart, very rich group of white men. But if that is true, how the hell did they let it end up with this cluster fuck?

Then there is this forgiven, even admired sombitch...

Be very careful, Gentle Reader, for falling for the fallacy of condemning behavior in you enemy and forgiving it in you friends. That guy was a sleaze who knew how to govern, and that's good enough for me...like our founding fathers didn't take advantage of their fame to fuck loose women.

When all your side chicks show up to the debate together.

And that guy ACTUALLY grabbed them by the pussy...AND used a cigar. Seriously.
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My wife is agog with anticipation for the new...and last Walking Dead season.

He was on air so briefly, yet was so very impressive. I have predicted that he, in fact, did not bash the brains out of anyone. We shall see Sunday.

I had to put this down here so it would have time to load. But the segue was another series I follow...AND the election.




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Genie: "You have 3 wishes."
Ian: "I wish for everyone to be equal."
Genie: "Okay. You have no wishes."

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I'm assuming this is to teach children to accept people who are different than themselves.

Just a little Armless fun...

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I cannot imagine having your body taken over and distorted by another life form.

And then volunteering to let happen over and over again. I think it is the most heroic thing a human can do. And I mean that with all my heart.

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How they farm scallops.

The new look of almost everything we eat in the future.

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The Restored Castle of Matrera


I think that is wonderful. Leaving it pristine would eventually render it destroyed. I would like to see more of this.
They kind of did that with the Colisium in Rome.

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A New Jersey fisherman caught a fish with a bite missing from it.


I hope he threw it back. That fish deserves a third chance.
That was extraordinary. That that kind of wound could heal...I mean dayum.

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No photoshop going on here.

Look carefully and you can see what happened.
You can see his white collar walking off to the right. Very impressive, though.

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It's called Fire Painting.

How to amaze your family and friends.

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I used to know what these flowers were, but I forgot.

Anybody?

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Husband drove back to get his forgotten lunch...

She's a keeper.

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Hands down the neatest shit you'll see all minute.

Dolphins illuminated by glowing plankton. It's called Bioluminescence. How does it work? I don't have the foggiest.

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Hubble captured a supernova in our galaxy! (20'000 light years away)

Can't remember seeing that before, but it might be a repost.

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This is cool and all but isn't there a saying about too many moving parts and structural integrity?


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It's called CRAM (counter rocket, artillery. and mortar). It is used on military bases overseas to shoot down incoming mortars/ rockets aimed at the base.

And it can target multiple target at once, then calculate which one needs to be destroyed first.

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You never know when this could come in handy.

Give it a minute to load...it's slow.
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There are people who turn everyday objects into knives. Here are but a sampling.




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My love of the absurd is showing...


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The "Cobra Effect" comes from the time of British rule in India.

The British officials, concerned about the number of Cobras in the wild, set a reward that could be claimed for turning in dead Cobras. Initially, this worked to decrease the wild population as locals killed the snakes, but people soon began to breed Cobras as a way to game the system. Once the Brits became aware of this, they canceled the reward program. This caused all of the people with their now-worthless snakes to release them into the wild. The end result was more wild Cobras than they began with.
Now think about the US paying people not to work...and give them more for each additional child they have...and more money if the father has run off. Think about that.

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Nuclear Fusion shooter


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I'll let this speak for itself.


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The Lincoln Memorial 1917 vs 2016


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Scientists say men who drink beer daily reduce their risk of heart attack. As for livers, scientists said "Fuck livers" and then high-five.

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Alcohol is like a push-up bra for your personality.

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So? Babies can do it hours out of the womb.

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This is the guy who will steal the national anthem.

Cheap shot, but I couldn't help myself.

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Have you ever taken a dump so massive that you wished you could’ve warned the septic tank?

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(not you Abby)

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To a dog, squirrels are just tennis balls thrown by god.

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How things change, the more they stay the same.

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Make sure you bang really hard on the metal for 10 minutes, to give him a realistic experience.

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What would the acronym be?

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My guess is that this tourist has been drinking all night long and he's sitting down because he has no hope of walking.


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What doesn't kill me better run.

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I actually knew a man whose wife ran divorced him for a woman. He was extremely embarrassed by this. I tried to convince him that it didn't have anything to do with his manhood, but it didn't take.

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First Ever Quadriplegic Treated With Stem Cells Regains Motor Control in His Upper Body.

You might want to research that.

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If I owned a taser I would probably get curious about what it felt like and taser myself. That's why I don't own a taser. I'm going to keep repeating that so everybody knows not to give me one.

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So, apparently flipping bottles is a thing now.

Warning: There will be many more of those to come.

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Fuck leaves.


All of the leaves in my yard go straight under the bushes. One guy said "These magnolia leaves will take ten years to break down," and I but shrugged and said, "I got ten years."

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I didn't know that. Did you know that?

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How to draw a perfect circle.

Hell, I can paint a perfect straight line by placing my pinky against the edge of a yard stick and moving slowly down it.

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Looks like ice...


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A couple of reposts that deserve another viewing.

Try that shit with Americans.

Shameless Repost of Techno-Viking


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I rarely eat kale chips, but when I do, I eat them condescendingly and self-righteously.

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Never try to use logic with a believer. Just ask them questions. My favorite is: What did the carnivores eat when they got off the ark?
My answer was that the stories were written by people who weren't very good at writing stories.
An all-powerful god just let the devil walk out of heaven? Come on guys, you know that makes no sense.

1 comment:

Robin said...

We're not falling for that old 'I've forgotten the forget-me-nots' line, we still remember last time we did that!!

By the way, the little blue flowers are I believe Scorpion grasses.

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