Monday, August 31, 2009
Friday, August 28, 2009
Whilst driving around all over the place during work activies, I spy many changeable church signs that try to be cutesy with their (believed to be) clever sayings.
But the other day, I came across the best one yet.
It simply said:
I can actually relate to that!
Posted by Aufgeblassen at 10:40 AM
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Monday, August 24, 2009
Had a load of "100% recycled" paper products the other day. Problem was, the load came all the way from New Jersey to Florida!!! The amount of fuel used to ship it, far outweighed any benefit of the recycling. It would have been much better (ecologically) to have a non-recycled product coming from a Florida paper plant. Yet, some buyers of the product are going to feel sooo good about paying MORE for a product to do their part to help the environment (I roll my eyes).
Posted by Aufgeblassen at 5:57 AM
Sunday, August 16, 2009
OK, a sport is a game, such as baseball, football, tiddlywinks, etc.
But the word itself is trying to mean too many things to too many people (i.e. has too many definitions), which befuddles me!!!
For instance: why are certain articles of clothing called "sport jacket" or "sport coat", when you NEVER see them worn during any actual sport??? Is it because they are CHEAP (compared to a "suit")???
This brings us to an apparent other definition: in the automotive industry, "sport" does indeed mean cheap (in most cases), such as having a painted plastic bumper instead of chrome, 2 doors instead of 4 and a shorter wheelbase (such as in the Explorer photo), vinyl seats or vinyl floor instead or cloth seats or a carpeted floor.
But in European vehicles, the opposite is true as far as what "sport" means. There, it is usually a more expensive vehicle (i.e. more luxurious), or has a more powerful engine, further confusing the definition.
Then there is me: I often "sport" while bantering about theism/super-naturalism. Further adding yet another definition!
Posted by Aufgeblassen at 5:35 AM
Saturday, August 15, 2009
Friday, August 14, 2009
Monday, August 10, 2009
Saturday, August 8, 2009
The Feces Removal Training model
This model simulates patients who are having difficulty going to the bathroom by themselves. The removal of simulated feces can be practiced by digital insertion. The trainee inserts the attached simulated feces into the intestines and removes it from the anus with proper technique (it’s all about technique people).
What comes with your kit: Main body (1 piece), Enemator (1 piece), Drainage tube (1 piece), Intestine cap (1 piece), Sheet-with base (1 piece), Feces Set-soft 15g, hard 2 pcs (1 set). Spares: Simulated Feces Set: soft 150g, hard 2 pcs. (Wiping your extra large Ken’s butt: Priceless!).
Posted by Aufgeblassen at 6:20 PM
Sunday, August 2, 2009
Man, this hot sauce is HOT HOT HOT!!!
Tried some at a Mex restaurant in Orangeburg, SC. It doesn't hit you at first. Then all of a sudden you flame up!
In the mean time, found same exact same sauce at Wal Mart's Neighborhood Market in Oviedo, and got some (to use sparingly!!!).
Posted by Aufgeblassen at 4:44 PM