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Posted on March 8 at 5:39 p.m.
AZ2SB: Fox News IS a journalistic atrocity.
On Buddhist Rampage in Burma
Posted on March 8 at 5:34 p.m.
Mr. Paycheck: FIrst of all, I was a big fan of your brother Johnny, the late singer who's signature song "Take this job and shove it" was a big hit back in the late 1970's.
I also want you to know that the act of performing the work of nature; easing oneself; paying homage to the Porcelain Throne; depositing one's cargo, or whatever term one wishes to use to describe the occurance that requires the use of a bathroom is one I take very seriously so PLEASE do NOT think I am in any way trivializing the importance of architectural merits of a commode. Having stated this, however, it is the act itself (and yes, your visual of Auguste Rodin's "The Thinker" causes me to reflect on higher thoughts) which in and of itself, that thing that re-sets one to a perfect state of mind.
Think of all those who have died while performing a "number two": They strain while on the commode (aggravated by high-set toilets which impede peristaltic action when sitting in a low-squat position is much better in this regard) and the strain can lead to cardiac arrest. Does it occur to you that in the Western World almost all toilets are set up high like this, where those in so-called less civilized society require the squatting action needed launch one's rocket?
So in closing good Sir, I implore you to embrace the idea of simplicity with regard to "rest stops", remembering the words of Helen Keller: "The best things are neither seen nor heard, but felt with the heart", and make sure you eat a diet rich in fiber, so that Mr. Hankie visits on a thrice-daily basis.
On Gaviota Rest Stops to Open, Then Close
Posted on March 7 at 3:31 a.m.
Religion and over-population are a dangerous mix.
Georgy (anonymous profile)March 6, 2014 at 11:05 a.m.
George, this video, less than three minutes in length, addresses your point.
Posted on March 6 at 9:04 p.m.
It is also rumoured that Loonpt has a recycle bin made from--you guessed it--Osama's remains, which he sleeps in thus giving new meaning to the phrase "looney bin".
On Foreign Entanglements
Posted on March 6 at 9:02 p.m.
I will find it in my heart to forgive Dr. Dan, I'm just feeling a bit let down.
As for Loonpt's comment about Osama, Osama DID die in 2002 when he was sifting through recycle bins in Uzbekestan. He fell into the bin, laden with nuggets of gold he had stolen from a nearby coin shop, and before he could free himself the dump truck came by, picked up the dumpster, and dumped poor Osama into the truck, killing him.
It is rumoured that some of the recycled plastic Pepsi bottles in Uzbekestan are made from the deposed leader's remains.
Posted on March 6 at 3:28 a.m.
What's that thing crawling towards his ear?
On Maintenance Ordinance Dead on Arrival?
Posted on March 6 at 3:26 a.m.
Johnny boy, NO, drought/rain CYCLES are consistent in CA. So is POPULATION GROWTH and THAT is what increases WATER USAGE which in effect CAUSE DROUGHTS. Get it right this time silly boy.
blahblahmoreblah (anonymous profile)March 4, 2014 at 12:28 p.m.
Cycles ARE important, so much so, that one of our commentators is named Cycleboy. (But is he related to Discoboy?)
On Rainstorm Lands With Ferocity
Posted on March 6 at 3:21 a.m.
A short video on the dangers of smiling faces.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CJZcV...
On Service with a Smile
Posted on March 6 at 3:16 a.m.
The grass they smoke in I.V. is definitely green.
On The Grass Is Always Greener
Posted on March 6 at 3:14 a.m.
Oh, and Mr. Clausen, "we" "The United States". Yeah, did you think we thought you were referring to Canada?
The Theatre Group at SBCC presents Michael Frayn's hilarious comedy! Read More
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