Tuesday, July 25, 2017

At an earlier press conference, forced to repeat Trump's lies, Spicer signaled his distress




Fonts matter


My favorite color is... glitter?

This bag is causing quite a Fuhrer...
If the shoes must match the bag, I'll need to buy a pair of jackboots

Monday, July 24, 2017

Fwd: Fascinating exhibit at the Mutter Museum: "Connective Tissue"

From the Mutter Museum website:

"In her Tissue Series, Lisa Nilsson creates ornate quilled paper constructions that explore the complex geography of the human anatomy.  Working directly from images of transverse, coronal and sagittal cross sections from medical sources, she finds a delicate balance between art and anatomic accuracy, beauty and the grotesque. The forms, made from Japanese mulberry paper and the gilt edges of old books, are rendered in a technique of rolled and shaped paper called quilling or paper filigree. The technique, first practiced by Renaissance nuns and monks and later by aristocratic women in the 16th-18th centuries, finds a contemporary relevance in Nilsson's work."


See photos of the exhibition's medical art pieces at her website:

click on a picture and you'll get an enlarged version with a description of the section of the body represented

Friday, July 21, 2017

Product Development Lifecycle

Disgusted Researchers Can’t Even Bring Themselves To Find Out How Much Mayo The Average American Consumes Yearly

WILLIAMSBURG, VA—Almost too queasy to even comment on the study at all, a team of disgusted researchers from the College of William and Mary announced Thursday they couldn't bring themselves to find out how much mayonnaise the average American consumes each year. 

"After reviewing preliminary figures on the annual rate of mayonnaise consumption in the U.S., we couldn't stop gagging and decided there was absolutely no way we could pursue this topic any further," said head researcher Leonard Aldridge, adding that he insisted the data be reexamined multiple times to uncover the mathematical error he assumed must account for the sickening numbers that had emerged.

"I still shudder when I think about all the test subjects who arrived at our research lab with mayonnaise literally on their fingers and mouth and, on one or two occasions, in their hair. Seriously, when a questionnaire comes back to you smeared with mayonnaise on both sides, do you even need to score it?" 

Aldridge went on to say, however, that he was certain future studies into the consumption rates of melted cheese, ranch dressing, and butter would be far less disturbing.


Tuesday, July 18, 2017


Sunday, July 16, 2017

"It's the Dad Life"


I never get tired of this one

Friday, July 07, 2017

Artist Reimagines All 50 States As Food Puns

OMG! THIS is my favorite video game EVER!

 Play the Pentagon-Funded Video Game That Predates 'Pong'


Before Call of Duty, before Mario and even before Pong there was Spacewar! The brainchild of six graduate students at MIT in the early '60s, Spacewar! was the first true video game. A few guys had done cool tricks with oscilloscopes in the '40s and '50s, but those were just...

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Must been written by some commie hippie socialist Islamic libtard.




Wawa Welcome America Celebration of Freedom Begins

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