Sunday, January 3, 2010

Happy Holidays

A belated Christmas deal from the Somethings Happening In Technology family to yours.

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Saturday, January 2, 2010

Poopdeck Pappy

Anyone of a certain age grew up watching Popeye. One of the lesser known but memorable characters from the Popeye cartoons was Poopdeck Pappy. Poopdeck Pappy made his first appearance in 1936 and was soon revealed to be Popeye's 99 year old father. Here is a picture of the Poopdeck Pappy I remember from my childhood.

But there is another Poopdeck Pappy I recently discovered while searching the world wide web. This Poopdeck Pappy is not as comical as the Popeye character. Here is what our friends over at the Urban Dictionary have to say about Poopdeck Pappy.
1. poop deck pappy

you have your girl friend shit on your chest and she feeds it to you with her feet. she stands beside you and uses her foot to pick up the poop and put it and her foot into your mouth.

She is a freak, she shit right on my chest then used her toes to pick it up piece by piece and put it into my mouth, making me clean em off everytime. i told my buddies about it and they now call me "poop deck pappy" cause my kid was runnin around while i told the story.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Gun Saftey Fail

I had to take a picture of this news article instead of linking to it, because my Luddite local newspaper things the interwebs are an evil set of tubes and refuses to play.

Now, far be it from me to keep another idiot from removing himself from the gene pool, but aren't there better ways to show someone how a gun safety works (or in this case, doesn't) than pointing it at your head? Wouldn't a pumpkin or watermelon work just fine as well.

And for those of you who may be worried that the poor victim was TBO, please note the article mentioned a girlfriend, so alas, TBO is safe.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

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Wednesday, September 2, 2009