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I'm an artist, educator, militant anti-theist , and I write. I gamble on just about anything. And I like beer...but I love my wife. This blog contains observations from a funny old man who gets pissed off every once in a while.

Thursday, May 7, 2020


One Of My Very Own





What's wrong with her ass?





I really liked that movie.





That's wonderful.


My 2 yo daughter watched the Super Bowl halftime show. She’s now a stripper and selling pictures of her feet online. She’s supporting the entire family and we’ve never been more proud.


She's missing a WHO tramp stamp.


She cursing him.

Random drug test incoming.

Open window...fan money...learn a lesson.
 Play stupid games when stupid prizes.
At least she's wearing a mask.

Ramban, India.
Holy shit! 

Why wouldn't they drop the anchor?


 He drove it up on the curb. Jeez.

One lucky biker. 

I could have put that in the humor section.


Every time I remember to floss I reward myself with another 3-4 months of not flossing.




American Woodcock Luring Worms by Stamping on the Ground
I'm assuming that's like fiddling for worms. 

Who brought the balloons for the party?


 Now that's a good dog!

When you startle the cat and realize you might have to call an exorcist.

Scorpion nest

[Screams into a dark wishing well]

“I want my coins back!”



Constable Heidi Stevenson responded to her last call earlier today in Nova Scotia. She left behind two kids and her husband.

Worse mass shooting in Canadian history. 

A guy takes two socks and fills them with two beers and a tin of Viena Sausages and gives them out to the homeless.


He scooped up the water then dropped it on the fire. 
 Eric Moussambani (Eric the Eel)who had never seen an Olympic-sized swimming pool before, swam his heat of the 100 m freestyle on September 19, 2000, Olympic in the unprecedentedly slow time of 1:52.72. This was the slowest time in Olympic history by far and Moussambani apparently had trouble finishing the race, but he won his heat after both his competitors were disqualified due to false starts.

Oh Canada!!

[outside tomb]
John: ok but if we’re being honest Jesus was kind of annoying right?

John: he’s right behind me isn’t he?



 (Nonexistent) Problem Solved!

39"- 40"


1982 Lancia Orca cockpit

For all of you aviation lovers out there...

When I was in the military I took my clothes to a civilian laundry and got it back in a brown paper bundle just like that.

4 billion years from now, our galaxy, the Milky Way, will collide with our large spiraled neighbor, Andromeda.

Currently, Andromeda and the Milky Way are about 2.5 million light-years apart. Fueled by gravity, the two galaxies are hurtling toward one another at 402,000 kilometers per hour (~250,000 mph). But even at that speed, they won’t meet for another four billion years. Then, the two galaxies will collide head-on and fly through one another, leaving gassy, starry tendrils in their wakes. For eons, the pair will continue to come together and fly apart, scrambling stars and redrawing constellations until eventually, after a billion or so years have passed, the two galaxies merge.

 I am very good at sudoku but that one is just too much.

 Here's the solution if you need it.

I find it interesting that the guy used a red pen just like I do.

The mother was cackling maniacally.











Anonymous said...

Puzzle time = Repeat after me.
Too easy.

Ralph Henry said...

Too easy? You want to hunt down more challenging puzzles. I will gladly let you do it.

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