Then you need Sphincterine Ass-tringent
Saturday, April 30, 2005
At rest, the thing looks like a tricycle with crooked wheels. But as the rider gains speed, the back wheels fold in to become more like one wheel. As the rider brakes, the 16-inch rear wheels open back up to prevent tipping over.
Read all about it here.
Posted 10:13 PM
There is a Nacho Momma's in Geneva NY.
There's a restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand called Cabbages & Condoms.
My favorite named restaurant used to be outside of Detroit. It was called
the "Squat and Gobble".
There used to be a tavern in Hammond, Indiana named "Bill's Knott Inn".
On the side of the building it said "Free Beer -- Tomorrow".
At The Three Sisters in the Blue Mountains, just west of Sydney,
there is an up-market restaurant called....."The Fork-N-View".
There’s a restaurant in Palm Harbor FL named “Aunt Chiladas”.
Posted 9:43 PM
Friday, April 29, 2005
These are supposedly true….
John Senior, Jr., New York City
Mary Louse Pantzaroff, Huron Country, Ohio
Newton Hooton, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Mrs. Screech, Singing Teacher, Victoria, British Columbia
Sugarporn Poopattana, New York City
Verbal Funderburk, Lakeland, Florida
Felonious Fish, Omaha, Nebraska
Iva Odor, Schoolteacher, Spencer, Iowa
Major Quaintance, U.S. Army
Kitty Peed, Cape Coral, Florida
Vaseline Love, Jackson, Tennessee
T. Fud Pucker Tucker, Bountiful, Utah.
Posted 11:45 AM
Will we be seeing more of this?
Motorcycling is more popular than ever, especially with women. 10% of motorcycle owners are women now compared with 6.4% in 1990. 40% of those taking Harley Davidson’s Rider’s Edge education program are women. Read the full story here.
Posted 11:26 AM
It appears that scavenging birds might be behind the mysterious exploding toad saga recently in Berlin.
"The crows are clever," said Frank Mutschmann, a Berlin veterinarian who collected and tested specimens at the Hamburg pond. "They learn quickly from watching other crows how to get the livers."
Based on the wounds, Mutschmann said, it appears that a bird pecks into the toad with its beak between the amphibian's chest and abdominal cavity, and the toad puffs itself up as a natural defense mechanism. But, because the liver is missing and there's a hole in the toad's body, the blood vessels and lungs burst and the other organs ooze out, he said.
Read all about it here.
Posted 10:46 AM
Thursday, April 28, 2005
This shot is from the men’s room. The gentlemen in the foreground are doing their business using three urinals that are on the wall below a two-way mirror. On the other side of the mirror/window is a hallway leading back to the ladies restroom. The ladies are always checking themselves out in the mirror – fixing their hair, putting on lipstick, picking their nose, etc. as they wait in line for the ladies room. Some of the more risque ladies in the know, occasionally flash as they pass by, which brings out a roar in the men’s room.
Al Hrabosky’s Ballpark Saloon is located at Cerre and Eighth Streets just south of the new Busch Stadium.
Here’s a story about the saloon.
Posted 1:49 PM
WEAR IT! STEER IT! ROLL IT! JUMP IT!
The Sumo Tube is a new, exciting, and challenging freestyle towable that is not connected to the boat. The rider slides into the Sumo suit and holds on to a grab handle on the end of a 60' rope. The rider can roll 360s from left to right, jump the wakes, steer left and right by moving their arms, or just glide across the water's surface. It's a fast and fun bodysurfing thrill ride. The Sumo Tube can also be used in the crashing waves as a body surfing tube. The Sumo tube is one chamber and inflates quickly.
Sug. Retail: $119.95
Posted 11:18 AM
Old Fred's hospital bed is surrounded by well-wishers, but it doesn't look good. Suddenly, he motions frantically to the pastor for something to write on. The pastor lovingly hands him a pen and a piece of paper, and Fred uses his last bit of energy to scribble a note, then dies. The pastor thinks it best not to look at the note right away, so he places it in
his jacket pocket.
At Fred's funeral, as the pastor is finishing his eulogy, he realizes he's wearing the jacket he was wearing when Fred died. "Fred handed me a note just before he died," he says. "I haven't looked at it, but knowing Fred, I'm sure there's a word of inspiration in it for us all." Opening the note, he reads aloud, "Help! You're standing on my oxygen tube!"
Posted 11:07 AM
Wednesday, April 27, 2005
Pretty interesting website that has travel itinerary and the text of every speech the Holy Father gave during his Papalcy including his stop in St. Louis in 1999. John Paul II.
Posted 8:50 PM