Friday, August 31, 2007
"Holy smokes. Do you know what the odds of that are?" said Dr. Glen E. Hofmann, medical director of the Bethesda Center for Reproductive Health and Fertility."
Gotta love that medical lingo!
Thursday, August 30, 2007
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
- "I’m off to the Miracle of Birth house. But if I’m expected to pitch in – say, apply pressure to the back of a horse who’s in labor, forget it. Because the horse ends up yelling that you’re doing it wrong and you’re not helping, and you should just go fetch the nurse and go have a cup of coffee or something. Been there."
- "Stopped by the Butterfly House, but did not go in. It’s ten bucks, and I’m not a seven-year-old girl. Apparently butterflies land on you. Lots of butterflies. One is cute, but the prospect of 47 butterflies covering my face, proboscises unrolling in search of nectar, does not appeal. I would pay ten dollars to have them removed, though."
- "Outside the Butterfly House there’s a small stand celebrating next year’s 150th anniversary of Statehood. You can get a free copy of the original Constitution, which appears to be mostly illegible – as far as I can tell, it thanks Almighty Cod for our freedoms. Attractive pins with the 150th logo can be had for free, so naturally you have one. People would accept a bag full of rats if they were free."
Friday, August 17, 2007
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Monday, August 13, 2007
Wednesday, August 08, 2007
Tuesday, August 07, 2007
Monday, August 06, 2007
Thursday, August 02, 2007
Yea I know it's small. For a better shot go here (http://www.barnaclepress.com/cmcvlt/MickeyMouse/mm301024.jpg)
It's Mickey Mouse trying to commit suicide. I sh*t you not.
OK.... So maybe this puppy is from Japan. But isn't this just like a sign from God that Kawaii and all things lovable are Japanse? Is this not the cutest thing you have ever seen? I hope they breed this dog until his genetics run rampent. I will pay top yen for a heart puppy! (PS this wasn't some weird doggy experiment, just a natural acident which makes it 110% more amazing.
My next piece of horrible weirdness comes from an American based website Yahoo.com (which I love). They're using an article (probably from Reuters) which covers the false David Beckem walking around L.A. and :gasp: messing with peoples heads! Someone actually said this folks:
"Officials realized the calls were a hoax after Department of Children and Family Services staffers grilled the caller.
"It just smacked of bogusity," department spokeswoman Louise Grasmehr said."
Yep. Only in America could a government official use the grammer of a 9th grade cheerleader.