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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.

Friday, December 2, 2016

FRIDAY #2902

One Of My Very Own...


EMAIL: ralph.henry.at.folio.olio@gmail.com

Because my Time Sensitive Items contain several gifs, I have moved it to the end to give them time to load.

I present a rather pleasant song to ease you into your weekend, Gentle Reader...




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"Raise your hand if this is your first time under a helicopter. Ah, sorry to make an example of you, Heather, but that's why we never do that."


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A couple of very clever cartoons...




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ART ART ART ART ART ART ART ART
This has got a Matisse look about it...

But what happened to the rest of her arm?





Prosthetic restoration by Tatiane Freitas - Instead of trying to restore the old look, she repairs broken furniture with translucent acrylic.


I would have like for the dowel on the back to be shaped exactly like the originals.
The same for this post...

But I like that very much.

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PEOPLE THAT HAVE MORE INTERESTING LIVES THAN ME
Hold my beer...

There are no new ideas.







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PEOPLE WHO KNOW ARE GOOD AT THEIR JOBS


This guy thinks OSHA is a black and white ocean mammal...


The cinematography from the 1927 film "Wings"




Russian P-800 Onyx missile launch.

I have the weirdest boner right now. Do I identify as an ICBM now?

Watch the locking pin fall into place automatically.



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I hate when people accuse me of lolly gagging when when I'm quite clearly dilly dallying.


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Rare footage of how nature reacts to the first time my freshly washed car is parked outside the garage.

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If by “chivalry is dead” you mean “I put my coat in a puddle for my wife so she's making me do laundry for a week” then yes chivalry is dead.


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THINGS THAT LOOK LIKE ONE OF MY VERY OWN BUT AREN'T






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I don't see the problem with prostitution. It's just a cervix they provide.


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Hahahabananahaha!


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From an evolutionary perspective, this might be because altruism indicates that a potential mate is more cooperative and caring.

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HUMAN STUPIDITY


The pot calling the kettle... Fat.

Not in a million years...



No, he is not the stupid one. We are.

People that believe craps like this...

And horoscopes.

People that stand this close to something like this just so they can film it...

Now go back and watch it again, but this time keep you eye on the silver car...the flashers are still working, which kind of tells me there is someone inside.


And we trust these people to elect our leaders.


People who think they are better than another group of people.

When there is ample evidence otherwise.


Auschwitz-Birkenau then and now.

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I watched a documentary about those things. Its arm bones are much more sturdy than they need to be, even for walking. It was surmised that they used their arms as a sort of spring to help them get into the air.

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If you work hard enough you can replace depression with exhaustion.


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Chernobyl is now sealed. They had help from countries all over the globe.


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Guy just strolls up and steals 1.6 million in gold flakes from an armored truck in NYC.

I didn't know what gold flakes were, so I looked it up. Apparently they melt better.

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To the people who have lost one shoe on the side of the road...Are you okay? How does that even happen?


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Read that again...and again...and again.
That sums up perfectly why religion and science can not co-exist.
Here's a couple of quotes from the "perfect book."

- He set the earth on its foundations; it can never be moved.

- The sun rises and the sun sets, and hurries back to where it rises.

Please.

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