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Rest in Peace March 31, 2011

Posted by Michael in Heroes.
3 comments

This was actually a (rare) great post at H2, and I wanted to make sure you did not miss it.

Mitchell’s Handmade Marie Sharp’s Pepper Sauce Cozy March 30, 2011

Posted by Michael in Food.
6 comments

This is way cool.

Very Important Update

The Mother of all Hot Sauce Koozies

Tree Trimming – with a Helicopter March 28, 2011

Posted by Retired Geezer in Art, Man Laws, Technology.
90 comments

Flyin’ Brian has worked for an Oil Drilling company for the last 5 years.
The company was sold recently and the bean counters have decided to phase out the helicopter and consequently his job.

He is in North Carolina auditioning for a job trimming trees.

This is what it looks like.

Here’s a  link with Guns n’ Roses music. I couldn’t embed it.

Life Goes On March 27, 2011

Posted by Michael in Art.
15 comments

As you know, IB is committed to being a part of the vanguard of cultural enrichment and the promotion of fine Art.  Thus, we are pleased to call your attention to this masterpiece.

Thanks to ScottW and LauraW for the link.

It’s amazing.  The internet, the technological marvel of our age, has the nearly magical ability to make people act silly.  I would bet money that not one of the people in this video is actually a mental patient.  Future scholars will write many doctoral theses about this.

 

When Emmitt Attacks March 26, 2011

Posted by daveintexas in Blogroll, Handblogging, Honor, Humor, Man Laws, Nature Shit, Personal Experiences, Pop Culture, Religion, Science, Sex, Sidebar Flag Bullshit, WTF?.
47 comments

Somebody I know needs some nails trimmed.

After we became reacquainted he expressed remorse by licking my face off.  He’s huge, and a very beautiful black lab.

ALSO!

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Shock the Monkey March 25, 2011

Posted by Michael in Man Laws.
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Water Power – Fact or Fiction? March 24, 2011

Posted by Retired Geezer in Food, Gardening, Heroes.
8 comments

I report, You Decide

 

 

 

Attention Whore March 24, 2011

Posted by Michael in Humor.
5 comments

No wonder drummers always get the girls.

Darn Those Joos! March 23, 2011

Posted by Michael in Heroes, News, Technology.
51 comments

When there is a catastrophe like the earthquake in Haiti, wouldn’t you think that the Joos could take a break from their own problems (like the bombing in Jerusalem today), and from their conspiracies by the Elders of Zion to control the world banking system?  Couldn’t they lend a helping hand with the ill-gotten gains they earned by oppressing working people?

Oh wait, they did.

Thanks to Retired Geezer for the link.

Bonus photo from Geezer of our esteemed President and First Lady is below the break.

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Shark Submarine March 23, 2011

Posted by Retired Geezer in Heroes, Man Laws, Nature Shit.
3 comments

OK, it’s called the SeaBreacher.

I suggest that we demand that Michael purchase one for the next IB festivities.

We had the tools–we had the talent March 22, 2011

Posted by skinbad in Entertainment, Family.
17 comments

The “Horsie Puzzle From Heck” from the Camp Geezer Recreation Department has been dealt with. Mrs. Skinny did 99% of it.That’s not actually a picture of Mrs. Skinny. She refused to get on the table for a photo-op. Any Bystanders want this next? If so, I’ll pass it on.

The Panyee Football Club March 21, 2011

Posted by Michael in Entertainment, Family, Sports, Travel.
37 comments

Thanks to ScottW for a link to a heartwarming and inspirational video that comes from a tiny Muslim fishing village in Southern Thailand.  The village mostly floats beside a striking island called Koh Panyee in Phang Nga Bay.

There is only a tiny bit of flat ground, and most of that is occupied by a mosque.  The rest of the town floats on the water.  They have a couple of great seafood restaurants that cater to tourists who are viewing the awesome scenery of the bay by boat.  (You have seen this area in movies like The Man With the Golden Gun, Cutthroat Island and The Beach.)  Thus, Cathy, the kids and I happened to have stopped here for lunch in the mid-1990s.  Here’s our pic of the village you will see in the video below (click to enlarge):

Given the lack of land, you can imagine that starting a soccer team was a problem.  There was simply no place to play. Hence, the following story:

Bonus vacation pic below the break, which is on display in the Batcave today.

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