I think I need a new “category.”
How about “See Foot Shoot Foot”?
A city boy will never learn everything a country boy knows by instinct. A country boy will learn everything a city boy knows in six months.
Dave & Buster’s is just Chuck E. Cheese with a liquor license.
Why persons unquestioningly believe random stuff they see on the internet I’ll never figure out.
Bringing new meaning to the term, “school board”:
The bulletproof whiteboard is made by a company named Hardwire and is designed to operate as an everyday classroom dry erase board.
Ruminate on the absurdity.
A Franco-American journalist was stunned when she spotted a grave marker hologram with her face on it – inscribed with a fake name, date of birth and death – in the window of a funeral parlour. Here’s how it happened.
Short version: The manufacturer of the display just grabbed any old image of the inner webs without verifying that it was free to use. Long version: Follow the link.
More stuff you can’t make up.
A woman accused of illegally entering the Thousand Oaks home of a man she went on multiple dates with was arrested Sunday after firefighters used jackhammers to partially dismantle a brick chimney she had become trapped inside.
She was clearly not related to Santa Claus.
And that’s not a good thing.
Boys who will be boys think with the small head.
Honest to Pete, you can’t make this stuff up. If you can’t tell the difference between your work computer and your personal computer, you deserve to be punished for stupid.
. . . and reruns of Lawrence Welk.
I mean, really, now.
This poor railroad engineer will have to live with the memory of this the rest of his or her life, and it wasn’t his or her fault.
As my two or three regular readers know, I worked for the railroad for over two decades; this sort of stuff happens every day because persons carelessly (and sometimes intentionally) put themselves in harm’s way, forgetting that the railroad is a place of business, not a scenic overlook or a nature trail or a shortcut to where they want to go.
Don’t take chances with trains.
If it’s a tie, you lose.