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the protester with the laser on the pig is by Petros Karadjias The train from hell is unknown to me. I have a tattoo down my arm of the same model train shown here. Mine is slightly less on fire and is of The Train they Call the City Of New Orleans.


Welcome to Wal-Mart...wanna Battle me?

The Indian Sub-Nipple-Contenant

Poor poor Trisha

She told me lo these many years ago that she had never had the mana that is Fatback...I give to you, this christmas, not my heart...but my fat back.

photo by my sister


Id still be ride'in if they looked like this.

Found this at Just a car guy blog!

Go here, if you are as struck by this one as I am you may want to wear a diaper.



In the Nuws:

Correction of the Year
One of the year’s most coveted awards goes to none other than Dave Barry. Here’s how the famous humor writer chose to correct a misspelling he made in a column published by the Miami Herald:

In yesterday’s column about badminton, I misspelled the name of Guatemalan player Kevin Cordon. I apologize. In my defense, I want to note that in the same column I correctly spelled Prapawadee Jaroenrattanatarak, Poompat Sapkulchananart and Porntip Buranapraseatsuk. So by the time I got to Kevin Cordon, my fingers were exhausted.

Best Headline Error
The American Family Association’s OneNewsNow site has a standard practice of using the word “homosexual” instead of “gay.” They even set up a filter to automatically make the change. This didn’t serve ONN well when a sprinter named Tyson Gay made news at the U.S. Olympic track and field trials. He suddenly became Tyson Homosexual when the site’s filter got a hold of an AP story:

And fr the star trek lovers (my sister)

Best Blog Correction
Back in January, The Consumerist reported on a rather vulgar-yet-amusing post on Wil Wheaton’s blog. After seeing the Consumerist post, Wheaton contacted them to clarify things. From the resulting Consumerist post and correction:

Wil Wheaton (of Star Trek: The Next Generation) would like you to know that he does not and will not endorse AAA Insurance. UPDATE: We initially reported that Mr. Wheaton disliked all of AAA. Not so. He tells us:
“I’m happy with the rest of the AAA services I’ve used, and continue to use. The insurance, though, can eat a bag of dicks.”
We regret the error.

all stolen from http://www.regrettheerror.com

Dad had two of these. Write him to ask him about the tragic story of loss...