Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Caption This...............

Scheme Factory said...
Real tattoo?- then that person will be high-five-
ing themself from now on. (!)

Tattoo Jim said...
How about that old song "Lonely, I'm Mister Lonely, I have nobody to call my own..."

This will tell everyone how old you are.

Mister Lonely 1975

Tattoo Jim said...
I was thinking of the Bobby Vinton version from 64... that really tells everybody how old I am. And it's a lot older than that!!!

I know that song myself. Oops, I just gave a clue of my age.

Slauerhoff Bridge located in Leeuwarden, Netherlands.

Scheme Factory said...
See, this is what happens when drugs are legalized-
The engineers were either high or just felt like messing with everyone.
What's to say they didn't do both?
UpDate 1-29
Maybe this was the engineers test for employment
Norwegian Math Test
A Norwegian fella wants a job, but the dean won’t hire him until he passes a little math test.
Here is your first question, the dean said. ‘Without using numbers, represent the number 9.’
‘Without numbers?’ The Norwegian says, ‘Dat’s easy.’ and proceeds to draw three trees.
‘What’s this?’ the dean asks.
‘Vot! you got no brain? Tree and tree and tree make nine,’ says the Norwegian.
‘Fair enough,’ says the dean. ‘Here’s your second question. Use the same rules, but this time the number is 99.’
The Norwegian stares into space for a while, then picks up the picture that he has just drawn and makes a smudge on each tree. ‘Dar ya go.’
The dean scratches his head and says, ‘How on earth do you get that to represent 99?’
‘Each of da trees is dirty now. So, it’s dirty tree, and dirty tree, and dirty tree. Dat is 99.’
The dean is getting worried that he’s going to actually have to hire this Norwegian, so he says, ‘All right, last question. Same rules again, but represent the number 100.’
The Norwegian fella stares into space some more, then he picks up the picture again and makes a little mark at the base of each tree and says, ‘Dar ya go. Von hundred.’
The dean looks at the attempt. ‘You must be nuts if you think that represents a hundred!’
The Norwegian leans forward and points to the marks at the base of each tree and says, ‘A little dog come along and pooped by each tree So now you got dirty tree and a turd, dirty tree and a turd, and dirty tree and a turd, vich makes von hundred.’
‘So, ven do I start?

Anyone up for the Challenge.....

Does anyone know where these steps are located?

trail dust said...
I think this is what you are looking for
How about you trail dust are you up for the challenge?
trail dust said...
I don't have a Passport or I'd be all over that thing. HA, ya right!


Not Funny Anymore!
I thought I had a bad day...

Man lands on church roof

A Skoda ended up getting wedged in a church roof after flying 100ft in the air.
The 23-year-old driver was reportedly speeding up a slope before the incident occurred.
Firefighters spent two hours freeing the man at the Church of Our Lady in the village of Limbach-Oberfrohna, Germany.
Physics experts will help police figure out how the car was able to "take off".
A police spokesman said: "The driver was very lucky."

Scheme Factory said...
It takes physics experts to determine howinthehell he crashed!? Into a church?!
He's a Holy-Driver! (sorry)
Maybe the driver was late getting to church and took a short cut.

The Eyebrow Dance

The song is Freestyle - Don’t Stop The Rock
Adam said...
Wow, those are some talented kids! Amazing!
Anonymous said...
Actually, I believe the song is done by 'The freesylers'...

St. Louis odor a mystery but not dangerous

Firefighters and gas company officials in St. Louis said they do not know the origin of a foul odor in the region but tests found it is not dangerous.
St. Louis firefighters and Laclede Gas workers said they investigated the odor, which numerous residents of the St. Louis area have reported in recent days, early Sunday and performed tests that verified that the air remains safe to breathe.
"People are wanting us to come out and check to give them reassurances that everything was OK," St. Louis Fire Capt. Robert Keuss said Monday. "We've checked it out and it is not dangerous."
Laclede Gas officials said they have determined that the odor is not natural gas related.
"We may never know where the smell actually came from," Keuss said. "We're telling the residents that it will eventually drift away. We're just hoping it goes away soon."

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Poisonous Fish Testicles Send 7 Japanese Diners to Hospital
Seven diners in northern Japan fell ill and three remained hospitalized Tuesday after eating blowfish testicles prepared in a restaurant not authorized to serve the poisonous delicacy.
The owner of the restaurant in Tsuruoka city, who is also the chef, had no license to serve blowfish and was being questioned on suspicion of professional negligence, police official Yoshihito Iwase said.
Blowfish, while extremely poisonous if not prepared properly, is considered a delicacy in Japan and is consumed by thrill-seeking gourmets.
Iwase said the seven men ordered sashimi and grilled blowfish testicles at the restaurant Monday night.
Shortly after, they developed limb paralysis and breathing trouble and started to lose consciousness — typical signs of blowfish poisoning — and were rushed to a hospital for treatment, Iwase said.
Woman Denied Bikini Job Sues Restaurant
A woman who wanted a job as a bikini-clad barmaid at a New York City eatery says managers rejected her because she has a "Latin accent."
Melody Morales has sued seeking unspecified damages and saying she applied 15 times for a job at the Hawaiian Tropic Zone restaurant and bar. She says managers always denied there were any openings even though other employees said there were.
Her lawsuit says one manager told her that her "Latin accent" would ruin his business. She says another told her "You don't speak white."
Morales says she was born in New York to Dominican and Puerto Rican parents. And she says she looks good in a bikini.
$130,120 found in tire on side of highway
Police said $130,120 cash discovered inside of an abandoned tire by Indiana Department of Transportation workers was likely drug money.
The Indiana State Police said the money was discovered by the highway workers Friday while they were picking up litter along I-70 in Hancock County, the Indianapolis Star reported Tuesday.
The workers called the state police, who said the cash was rolled up in rubber bands, a common practice among drug couriers. A law enforcement dog detected the scent of drugs on the money.
Schoolgirl's inflatable doll prank
A Romanian schoolgirl is in trouble after a police patrol caught her carrying an inflatable doll in the street.
The girl told police she was going to play a prank on a classmate for his birthday.
But the officers explained to her she might be charged with exposing pornographic materials and called her parents to the station.
The girl carried the big-breasted doll all the way from a sex-shop in downtown Constanta city to her high school where she was stopped by police.
The incident is being investigated by the head of the school where the girl is in her 10th grade.
She may be punished with a low grade for behavior and faces a fine from the police.
Lawyer Got Sh**faced In Court!
A mistrial was declared Monday when a home-invasion robbery suspect smeared human feces on his attorney's face then threw more at the jury.
Weusi McGowan, 37, was upset because San Diego Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Fraser refused to remove Deputy Alternate Public Defender Jeffrey Martin from the case, prosecutor Christopher Lawson said.
At the mid-morning break, McGowan produced a plastic baggie filled with fecal matter and spread it on Martin's hair and face, then flung the excrement toward the jury box, hitting the briefcase of juror No. 9 but missing the juror himself.
"That juror didn't even see it coming," Lawson said.
The prosecutor said the defendant was compliant after the outburst and was taken into custody without further incident.
After lunch, Fraser dismissed the jury, telling them McGowan would have to get a new lawyer and that his trial would be delayed.
The judge scheduled a status conference for Feb. 9 and raised the defendant's bail from $250,000 to $1 million, finding he is a danger to the community.
Talk about your crappy lawyers...