Jones’ BIG ASS Truck Rental and Storage

Find him on them internets.

BK Torture

I usually don’t watch TV commercials. On my way to Maine I saw a BK sign- “TRY OUR ANGRY WHOPPER.” I mistakenly thought it was the unique and clever expression of a single BK manager. It certainly grabbed my attention. On the way back from Maine I suggested we stop and take a picture of the sign. I realized my assumptions were mistaken when Mr. Cymast asked me why I would want a picture of a common BK ad. Still intrigued, I found an ANGRY WHOPPER commercial online. It fits right in with the current international political attitude of the USA. And looking at the youtube comments for the commercial, people absolutely love it. Or maybe I’m reading way too much into it. But I do find everything about the commercial very distasteful, to say the least.

Looking for Angels- Skillet

Christian Music

sans Jesus/being a sinner

Feed the Homeless Without Really Trying

 

replate.org
replate.org
U.S. residents throw away about 100 billion pounds of food every year (nearly 3,000 pounds per second), enough to feed 60 million people. At the same time, more than 35 million U.S. residents are hungry or on the edge of hunger.

Yet Another “Best Job in the World”

Yet another Samatha Brown.

Yet another Samatha Brown.

The top 50 minus 1 from the original “Best Job in the World” have been invited to do this.

Not in the top 50 minus 1? Go here.

I’ll take a bag of perish, please. Thank you.

VOTE ____ FOR ____

VOTE ____ FOR ____

Bush Truth Commission

policecorps.org
policecorps.org

Why a commission?

Petition to Investigate Bush/Cheney

PIMP THI$ BUM

Tim Edwards

Tim Edwards

Bumcam/Chat

Wanted: Professional Blogger Down Under

Whitsunday Islands

Whitsunday Islands

About the job.

Christmas Art from Plan59

As we head into the Christmas season, here are some brightly colored images from the 1950s and 1960s. 

Christmas 1960

Christmas 1960

That’s quite a deep horizon above.

Beer Ad

Beer Ad

Beer for Christmas?  It must have sounded like a good idea in 1948.

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