Tuesday, March 29, 2011

coloring outside the lines

prison guards recently discovered an inmate with these pages from a coloring booking coated in a drug called suboxone. what makes me wonder is how they figured out it was coated with drugs, did they catch him with it in his mouth giggling? it really makes me wonder.
here's the pic:


Monday, March 28, 2011

very busy

had a busy, hectic day, ill be updating my blog tomorrow, i leave you with a bear on a bike

Thursday, March 24, 2011

my turn to drive

Apparently kids are getting smarter (and/or dumber these  days), a 10 year old stole his parents car and drove of because he was being punished. he was able to stay in the lanes and use the turn signals for a while, being pursued by the cops, until he was rear ended at a red light and pulled into a donught shop, once he saw the cop their, he stopped. This is both funny and sad, the parent cant control that kid at all.


more vintage ads

Monday, March 21, 2011

how does it all fit.

hey everyone, i'm back, and with a funny story for you all. a Pennsylvania woman was caught with some heroin, then a doctor found 50 bags of heroin, paper money and coins in her vagina. I would like to comment on this, but the truth of the matter is, there's nothing i think i can add to it. Its funny and outrageous, what more can you ask for?


and another vintage ad:

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

hooters excuse

hooters is having a special offer for the NCAA tournament in which you can download a forged doctors excuse and a coupon for a free appetizer for those who would like to skip work and watch the game.Its obvious this is just a novelty, but i wonder what would happen if someone tried to actually use it, what do you think?


Thursday, March 10, 2011

idol or your life

a man in Florida has recently been arrested for holding 2 of his coworkers at knife point because they wouldn't change the channel to American idol. Funny thing is American idol wasn't even on that night. This makes me think about "what would you do for  Klondike bar"{who would you kill for a tv show}. Is there any TV channel you would kill for?


im gonna keep up the vintage ad thing for a while, here's another funny one.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

up for real

 Sorry for sporadic posts lately, university has been hectic as of late, without further ado onto the post

nat geo has actually built a house that flies away with balloons attached to it, just like the film up. This makes me think, could flying houses one day be a possibility, itd be a hell of a lot cheaper than buying land, thats for sure. what are your thoughts?


and in keeping with my last post, heres a vintage ad from the past.

if VW put this out today, someone would torch their headquarters, lol

Sunday, March 6, 2011

how do i sign up for that class?.......

Apparently at northwestern university in the united states, a psychology class featured a real life demo of a man using a sex toy on his naked fiance. Apparently the university president is upset about this, but why should he be? what do you all think?


also a random funny picture about the days when doctors advocated smoking:

Thursday, March 3, 2011

best dumb warning labels

i found this website earlier today, its good for a quick laugh, some of my favorites are:

Do not ingest.
Unknown Lava Lamp

Do not use if you are pregnant, intend to become pregnant, or might be pregnant.
Unknown Birth Control Pills

Warning: May cause Drowsiness
Sleeping Pills

Do not use as an ice cream topping.
Unknown Hair Coloring


i leave you with a picture of this pencil guy

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

you said this comes from where now?

that's correct, in the UK, an ice cream parlor has been selling breast milk ice cream. It's been shut down for now, but i gotta say, how can it be that popular? Apparently people really like it, but why would you want to buy ice cream made from breast milk, what are your thoughts?

sorry for being so inactive lately everyone, college life can be hectic.


Thursday, February 24, 2011

Larry King Comedy Tour

yes, it's official, the least funny man in America now wants to be funny, on purpose. After serving for the past several centuries (sorry, years) as an interviewer on cnn, he now wants to do stand up. Part of me would actually like to go see this, i imagine he would be trying to tell knock knock jokes and other corny jokes, etc. What else does everyone think?


Wednesday, February 23, 2011

what would you do for thin mints

apparently the woman in the picture below knocked the crap out of some woman over cookies. The woman chased another woman with scissors, hit her with a sign and a board; all of this for eating her cookies. The recession must be hitting her hard that she has to assault people for stealing her cookies, what do u all think?


Monday, February 21, 2011

robocop the statue

that right, the city of detroit in the united states is panning on getting a robocop statue. a lot of people think its a dumb idea, but others like it. what does everyone else think?


Sunday, February 20, 2011

New post later today.

i know i haven't made a post this weekend, been doing a lot of stuff, i'll have a post monday evening or afternoon, promise. until then, heres a picture of a bear on a motorcycle.

Friday, February 18, 2011

presidential musicians

Meet Yoweri Museveni, he's the president of Uganda. This 67 year old african leader has recently gotten in to rap, he recorded a couple songs which are now very popular in Uganda. His songs are favorites of local radio stations and night clubs in the country. He actually soon wants to record a whole album. Makes me wonder, what other national leaders could become musicians? Here is the US, Barack Obama and some of the people in his cabinet could form a band? Obama on base, maybe Hillary Clinton on keyboard? In the United Kingdom, maybe Queen Elizabeth II and David Cameron could form a Simon and Garfunkel like duo group? What else does everyone think?


Thursday, February 17, 2011

midterms suck

long story short everybody, i've been stuck all week studying for midterms, so no time for a proper post today, i leave you with a picture that describes midterm exams

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

abort the life of abortion doctors who abort fetuses?

I kid you not, lawmakers in south dakota want to make it legal to murder abortion doctors. I mean, come on, how do idiots keep getting elected to office, if everyone who votes in the united states made an educated, well thought out decision about who to elect, we wouldn't have dumbasses running the government. I also like how they approve of the killing of abortion doctors, but don't approve killing fetuses. The people who put this bill forward should have been aborted.


Monday, February 14, 2011

wedding with a side of fries

no joke, in Hong Kong people can now get married at mcdonalds. Apparently a lot of people date their, so the locals have no problems tieing the not over there, but still it makes me wonder, could it catch on in America or western Europe? Would anyone reading this blog ever consider getting married at mickey D's, when u think about it, its more a celebration than getting married at the courthouse, or a Las Vegas drive thru wedding. Perhaps you could get the hamburgler to give away the bride?


Saturday, February 12, 2011

hey everyone

my weekends been hectic so far, and I'm pretty tired, so i'll make a new, actually thought out post soon. Until then, i leave you with this picture of unicorns fighting zombies

Friday, February 11, 2011

whatever happened to angle grinder man

i was just thinking, what happened to this guy, {for those of you who don't know, he is a man in England who dresses up in a costume, and cuts wheel clamps off of peoples cars.} His myspace show him as not being on in a month, and no mention of him on the web recently. I don't think he's in jail, he could run up, cut it off, and run away in less than a minute, long before police could arrive on the scene. I hope he's doing ok, he is pretty cool for freeing peoples cars at no cost to them. What all does everyone else think?


Thursday, February 10, 2011

Every day is the same day

I've been thinking lately, what the world be like to you if every day at the same time the world reset 24 hours exactly back in time. You would be reliving the same day every day, but you were the only person in the world who could remember anything. It opens up a lot of possibilities; steal stuff commit various crimes, skip work/school, etc. I would think that most people would love to do this for a while, but what about if it kept happening forever, endlessly looping the same day for all eternity. I want to know what you all think.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Become a baron for like, 60 bucks.

 Ever heard of Sealand, if you haven't its a guy and his family who took control of an old military base previously owned by the British army in the middle of the English channel. The British built in in world war 2 and forgot about it afterward. Sealand isn't recognized, but kind of is, because of a court decision, but that's not the point of this post. Hell, they even had a civil war in the 80's. Sealand sells a lot of stuff on their website, including membership in the "nobility" of Sealand. for like 60 bucks you can become a baron, baroness, lady, or lord. Of course none of this is recognized by any other country, so don't expect the DMV to put "lord" anywhere on your drivers license. Still it would make an interesting conversation piece. Thats my two cents



Monday, February 7, 2011

The Canidate is too damn high

Here in America, the presidential campaigning will begin before too long, and i was surprised to lean that Mr. Jimmy McMillan of the "rent is too damn high" party is running for president. He is running on the republican ticket. He has run for governor and mayor in new york for the past few years. He seems borderline-crazy, but i must say that i admire him, he sticks to what he believes in and is uncompromising. I do particularly like his stance on more money for college education. I'm 99.999971% sure he won't become president, but he is entertaining, i cant wait to see what he does during the campaign.

here's a video of him that went viral a few months ago:

here's the article:http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2010/12/23/2010-12-23_jimmy_mcmillan_rent_is_too_damn_high_candidate_plans_to_run_for_president.html

favorite McMillan quote: "if you want to marry a shoe, I'll marry you."

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Is this illegal?

Calling 911 for something that's not an emergency is stupid to begin with, but calling 911 and asking if its illegal to grow pot is even dumber, but asking 911 if growing pot is illegal, while you have seeds and other stuff at your house to grow it with takes the cake. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/02/04/ap/strange/main7317808.shtml?tag=cbsnewsLeadStoriesAreaMain;cbsnewsLeadStoriesHeadlines This shows how bad our school systems are nowadays, people don't even now how to grow weed without getting caught. If the guy didn't even realize he could go to jail for this, he deserves to be behind bars, if your going to grow pot you need at least a middle school education, that's just my two cents.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Mythbusters vs. mad scientist teenager (or Death ray that probably will kill you)

seeing as how my last post was about a James Bond-esque device, i thought i would bring up another one on here. Some teenager in the united states has created a death ray: http://www.smh.com.au/technology/sci-tech/teens-solar-death-ray-can-melt-concrete-20110204-1afxk.html based on the video, it seems real, but a little voice at the back of my head is telling me its special effects, but you never know. I remember on the tv show mythbusters, they tried to build one of these things 3 times, hell the 3rd time barack obama was the one asking them to do it, and yet these 2 guys with near-limitless resources, years of experience, and tons of manpower get beaten by some teenager. Don't worry about this kid trying to enslave the earth with this thing though, it was destroyed in a fire, plus it would never work at night (and he has to go to sleep eventually), so the earth is for now safe.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Jet pack that probably won't kill you

Well everyone its here, a much better jet pack http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2011/02/water-powered-jet-pack-runs-for-two-hours-on-a-single-tank/ , providing that you have 100 thousand us dollars, only use it over water, and go no higher than about 33 feet. Still this things have benefits: you can fly about 35mph, fly continuously for 2 hours, and being limited to 33 feet means that worse comes to worse, you fall 30 feet into water, rather than fly away and hit an airplane or a hot-air balloon. Chances are, as time goes on these things will get cheaper, and it makes me think, what will it be like when most everyone can afford one? flying across the ocean to islands a short distance away? Its 90 miles to Cuba from key west Florida, and 35 mph for 2 hours is about 70 miles distance. If they can improve these to go faster and/or last longer, you could break the embargo to Cuba with one of these things, what does everyone else think?

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Captchas suck

i have noticed over time that these are becoming increasingly harder to read as time goes on. No seriously, the programs that people are creating to read and solve capthchas are becoming more sophisticated, so the people who make them have to make even more complex ones. This make it very difficult to enter them for websites, making accounts, etc. i think there will eventually be a point where they become unreadable to just about everyone, and they have to replace the whole screwy system. The question is, what will they replace it with? Thats my two cents.

John F? Kennedy

Pretty much everyone knows who this guy is, the 35th president of the united states, he was famous for a bunch of different things: first president born in the twentieth century, first and so far only catholic president, first Irish-American president, and one of the youngest presidents ever elected. He is well remembered and liked by many, but why does everyone use his middle initial? Ive never heard anyone call him "John Kennedy", using his middle initial implies that another president or famous person had the sane first and last name, but there's no one else with that name, so why use the middle initial? We do that for other presidents, like John Adams and John Quincy Adams, or George H.W.Bush and George W. Bush. Why use an initial, there's no one to confuse him with, that's just my two cents.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Fiji Water, that great?

We all need water to survive, some drink dasani, some deer park, hell, a lot of people just drink water right from the tap. Some even drink straight from a stream, like some kind of squirrel or a bear. The point is we have choices in our drinking water, and some people choose to buy "luxury water", like Fiji water for instance. Doesn't make much sense, i mean its more expensive, but its water so its tasteless, meaning? Your pretty much paying for the brand. The company states that it comes from Fiji, i can imagine how this is bottled. Maybe they pay some dude to sit in front of a sink, filling up bottles up one by one. I can understand paying more for fancier/nicer/better quality sodas,beers,fruit juices, etc., but its water, as long as its clean it tastes the same.
Thats just my two cents.