Saturday, April 18, 2015

"This Rescue Dog Really Doesn't Like To Eat Alone"


"Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Apple iPhone argument ends in stabbing"

Someone should make a FistPhone.

Weekend Funny

"Genius Sets Rental Car On Fire After Trying To Kill Bed Bugs With Alcohol"

By PhilHaney  on Break:
"It’s safe to say that Scott Kemery is not getting back the deposit for his rental car. What is not safe is Kemery’s ideas on how you should exterminate bed bugs from said rental car. This past Tuesday the Long Island man was traveling in Eastport, New York when he noticed that his rental was infested with bed bugs. Gross!

Everyone enjoyed watching the great bed bug hunt.

"Faced with the creepy crawlers, instead of returning the car and demanding a bed bug free vehicle or risking a few bite, Kemery later told police that he knew of a brilliant method to rid the car of critters; someone had told him that dousing bed bugs with rubbing alcohol does the trick. So Kemery bought a container of rubbing alcohol, pulled into a shopping center parking lot and saturated the inside of the car with the liquid. Bet those car seats were good and squishy. Squish!

What was happening in the back seat of that car that it had bed bugs in it?

"After all of that hard work it was time for a smoke break! So while sitting inside the car he lit up a cigarette. Darwin strikes again. A fireball engulfed the car, setting it ablaze in addition to the two cars next to it. Kaboom!

"Luckily Kemery was able to escape the vehicle, but suffered first and second degree burns all over his body. He is currently at the hospital and police have not yet charged him with any crimes; I think living with his stupidity is punishment enough. The good news is I think he killed all of the bed bugs in the car.

"Another view of the fire:"

Follow Phil Haney on Twitter @PhilHaney
Source: ABC 7

As some of you may know, I had bed bugs a little over a year ago.  I heartily endorse this method of bed bug eradication.  The only good bed bug is a dead bed bug or a crispy critter.

Open Blog - Weekend

Take it easy.

Friday, April 17, 2015

"Faces of the world……….."

A Palestinian girl with a Kalashnikov rifle, amid Islamic Jihad militants in Gaza City

She's one of thousands.

And I thought I had a rough childhood.

Weekday Funny

From Knuckledraggin My Life Away:

Four for Fridays

Hello everyone and welcome back! Crazy week to start, then it simmered down a bit.... Not bad at all. The fun part is that I got my weekend free! Anyways, your questions....

1) What did you do on your 18th birthday?

2) Do you drink bottled water?

3) What kind of birthday cards do you send to people you know? (humorous, sentimental, whatever)

4) How often are you on the computer?

Enjoy your weekend!


Open Blog - Friday

Everything tastes better on Friday.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

"Don't Take the High Road - Colorado's Department of Transportation TV Commercial Ad "

""'Pretty Betty' American Diner. 'Real Russia' ep.88"

Watch out, McDonald's! "Pretty Betty" American Diner could give you a run for the money.

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my lads and lassies!  How are you? We’re finally inching our way up the thermometer.  It won’t be long before we’re complaining about the heat and humidity.  Life goes in cycles.  Psychos?  No, cycles.

And speaking of cycles, I’ll get in my weekly nag early about watching out for bikes and bicycles and kids.  In many collisions between bike and car, the car driver says, “I didn’t see the motorcycle.”  This, in turn, throws more fuel on the motorcycle exhaust noise controversy.  A guy pulled up next to me at a stoplight on a full dress hog.  He kept gunning the engine.  I yelled to him, “Get a Japanese bike, they idle fine.”  So he made more noise.  Sad.  I get very tired very early in the season of boom cars, motorcycles with straight pipes and/or loud stereos, and crotch rockets that curdle earwax as they scream by.  Why do these people feel that they have a right to inflict their noisy machinery upon us?  There are laws against this, but they are rarely enforced.  I guess it just comes with the territory in spring/summer/fall.

I know that today is Tax Day and I hope that none of my Irregulars gets hit too hard.  I usually get a refund. This year it was only $52.  I remember some years when I pulled in hundreds of dollars.  The world is a different place now.  I find myself competing against illegals, so-called “psychics,” who set up shop anywhere, even on a street corner, and undercut all of my prices on everything.  It’s very hard to compete when the playing field isn’t level.  I pay my taxes, but those fly-by-night operators never give a nickel to Uncle Sam.  If any of them give me any trouble, I’ll place the dreaded Curse of Zoltar® upon them.

Has anything rocked your world lately?  I feel so “blah” these days. Maybe it will disappear with warmer weather.

SeƱor Zanza and Junior have NOT finished spring cleaning.  Whenever I remind either of them about it, they make a half-hearted effort to pick up a few things.  Then they hope I’ll forget.  Men!  I’ll probably end up doing most of it myself.

Below is a short film/video entitled “Gift.”  It’s a Hungarian production from  I’m not quite sure what to make of it.  I went to the Facebook site.  Of course, it’s Hungarian.  I used Google Translate to try to get the gist of the video.  I still don’t completely understand it.

Anyway, it seems sad and we’ve had enough of that.  All of you, Irregular or otherwise, who read my blog make my week.  I love my readers.

Hungarian in one short lesson:

Enjoy the spring, my dears.  We paid for it by enduring winter.  Get out there and sprain something.  It’s the American thing to do.      

Open Blog - Wednesday

Don't monkey around with the IRS.

Monday, April 13, 2015

‘Free-range’ kids

This is total insane and out of control!

The Silver Spring siblings were about 2 1/2 blocks from their home Sunday when Montgomery County police got a call reporting them — gasp — playing alone.

“The police coerced our children into the back of a patrol car and kept them trapped there for three hours, without notifying us, before bringing them to the Crisis Center, and holding them there without dinner for another two and a half hours,” their mom, Danielle Meitiv, said to her Facebook friends. “We finally got home at 11 pm and the kids slept in our room because we were all exhausted and terrified.”

Click here to read the full article  Free Range Kids

This was the 2nd time someone called the police on these kids. To me it appears the same person must placing the calls to the police.

When I was 10 we went where ever we wanted, the 'rule' was, we had to be in the front yard when the streetlights came on! Rules change especially in Racine since City Hall has turned off some of the street lights.

Very interesting article to read; how crazy this country is really becoming.


Open Blog - Monday

And I'm hypnotized.