Monday, August 21, 2017

A Wallago Attu Catfish

How the eel double jaw works


Work Drug Test


Important story for all who oppose abortion for all reasons


Saturday, August 19, 2017

Like it was meant to be


Dad, I've Fallen In Love

Son: "It's Sandra, the neighbor's daughter."

Father: "Ohhh, I wish you hadn't said that. I have to tell you something, son, but you must promise not to tell your mother. Sandra is actually your sister."

The boy is naturally bummed out, but a couple of months later...

Son: "Dad, I fell in love again and she is even hotter!"

Father: "That's great, son! Who is she?"

Son: "It's Angela, the other neighbor's daughter."

Father: "Ohhh, I wish you hadn't said that. Angela is also your sister."

This went on a few more times, and finally the son was so mad, he went straight to his mother crying.

Son: "Mom, I am so mad at dad! I fell in love with six girls and I can't date any of them because dad is their father!"

The mother hugs him affectionately and says, "You can date whoever you want. He isn't your father!"


What Men Think About

Now I want to know the answer. I guess it's possible...


An Idea


Last Words

Santa Ana Register, California, February 12, 1926

Public Trust of Trump

Both of these numbers seem really high


Uncle Eddie vs Pennywise

Not sure why this struck me as so funny, but it did.


Friday, August 18, 2017

10 Movies So Awful They Were Pulled From Cinemas


Everything Wrong With Ghost in the Shell (2017)


If Drivers Could Hear Other Drivers


Bloom of Jellyfish


Which Witch is Which?


Link List 8-18-17

Here's some of Martin Shrikeli's jury selection transcript. Excellent reading  - Juror no. 10: The only thing I’d be impartial about is what prison this guy goes to.


 An Elephant Got Caught on Security Camera Picking Up Trash and Putting it in a Garbage Can 


Illinois man booked a prostitute – and she turned out to be his wife  - do you like pina coladas? and getting caught in the rain...

'Ozark' Renewed for Season 2 at Netflix



Apparently, this is a real job


Trump's Concern

by Signe Wilkinson 08-17-17

Introducing: The Slip Quit

This is hilarious. "Say Audios with panache." 

GMC L’Universelle - 1955

What a weirdo little (or big) car (or van).

Human Impression


Valid Point


Thursday, August 17, 2017

Monkey Was Arrested


Premature Baseball Slide


Unconventional Faucet




A Fancy, Upscale Raccoon


Hidden Deadly Trap

Here is some more information on this deadly spot: Bolton Strid: A Stream That Swallows People

Chrysocolla, Malachite & Chrysocolla Psm Barite

From The Lupoto Mine, Lubumbashi, Katanga, Congo 


The Extraordinary Attenborough


Stubborn Kid


Perfect use of a vanity plate


Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Everything Wrong With Kong: Skull Island


Trump's Response to Charlottesville: A Closer Look

Late Night with Seth Meyers

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 - Honest Trailers


Everyday, average parking problems

AUSTIN, TX — Police on Thursday released video footage showing a car plunging seven stories from a downtown Austin garage last month.
The footage is cringe-worthy, showing the moment the car hits the pavement below and ends up upturned. On its way down, the vehicle clips another car seemingly exiting the garage. Within seconds, passersby are shown rushing to the wreckage in an attempt to aid the driver.
The motorist, a woman in her 30s, was rushed by medics to Dell Seton Medical Center with serious injuries.
Austin-Travis County EMS medics transported the woman to Dell Seton Medical Center after the July 13 incident that occurred at 508 Brazos St. at around 8:30 a.m.
Police said at the time that the car broke through a barrier on the 7th floor before falling into an alley below.
The incident marked the second time a car had broken through protective barriers fronting a parking spot in less than a year. Another motorist broke through the barrier in September 2016, leaving his car dangling from the top floor of the garage for several hours.
The male motorist in the first incident escaped the incident unscathed. Police Release Footage of Car Plunging 7 Sotries in Downtown Austin

Lost Pancake


Opaline Knife

The term "opaline" in current times refers to many forms of opaque and colored glass. In France the term opaline is used to refer to multiple types of glass and not specifically antique colored crystal or semi-crystal. The idea that the term opaline is strictly antique French crystal is incorrect. For instance when shopping in France you may see a piece of American slag glass for sale labeled opaline in reference to the color of glass and not the age, origin or content of the glass.

Opaline glass is also a decorative style of glass made in France from 1800 to the 1890s, though it reached its peak of popularity during the reign of Napoleon III in the 1850s and 1860s. The glass is opaque or slightly translucent, and can appear either white or brightly colored in shades of green, blue, pink, black, lavender and yellow. The glass has a high lead content which defined it as "demi-crystal" or semi-crystal. The primary influences on this style of glass were 16th century Venetian milk glass, and English white glass produced in 18th century Bristol.

Many different pieces were produced in opaline glass, including vases, bowls, cups, coupes, decanters, perfume bottles, boxes, clocks and other implements. The popularity of Opaline glass began during the reign of Napoleon. Cities involved in the production included Le Creusot, Baccarat, and Saint-Louis, RĂ©union, as well as various locations in England.

All opaline glass is hand-blown and has a rough or polished pontil on the bottom. There are no seams and no machine engraving. Many pieces of opaline glass are decorated with gilding. Some with handpainted flowers or birds. Several have bronze ormolu mounts, rims, hinges or holders. Real opaline glass was produced only in France. In the 20th century Italy produced a similar glass and called it opaline veritable. [wiki]

Civil War


Leaf blower-powered tricycle

I love that the helmet and ear protection is worn by the adult. [full video]

To Enter


Don't Be a Sucker

Made in 1947 by the U.S. War Department. Important that people learn from the past so they don't repeat it. Admonishes Americans that they will lose their country if they let fanaticism and hatred turn them into "suckers." "Let's forget about 'we' and 'they' -- let's think about us!" In the context of the emerging Cold War, this film appears paradoxical.