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Oh yeah, that's work.I swear! I didn't scroll down past Jesus!
LOL.Stop at Jesus. You know you should!
With the chalkboard and bulletin board, it sure looks like Soap Lake Sarah is in an elementary school classroom.
"With the chalkboard and bulletin board, it sure looks like Soap Lake Sarah is in an elementary school classroom."In some crazy dream... where you're back at school... and you didn't study for that exam....
I think the one after the "Jesus" entry is the NY Times target demographic...
The one after Jesus is President of Breasts, Not Bombs
What Would Jesus Drink? wine, two parts of wine and one of water.
Stop at Jesus. You know you should!I need miracle in reverse,i want to be blind
I might as well leave the office now. Smoke is wafting from my eyeballs.
Am I the only one who went to the article to make sure one of the photos wasn't of me?
Seattle is a strange place. Like Miami, on the opposite corner of the United States, Seattle attracts and nourishes strange characters. Boston and Los Angeles compete, but not quite as well. There must be a universal constant at work, leaning down to the right.
Pictures not safe at home either.
Am I the only one who went to the article to make sure one of the photos wasn't of me?Were they?
.. the link has 'gone missing'.... dam, just when i thought i'd actually get to see Jesus
@mark, the link's back.
It seems to be gone again then. I can't find it. I did a search at the site, clicked the link there and it still went into 404 Not Found limbo...
The drunk Jesus photo is nicely composed, but I gotta go with the guy stuck in a barrel. The photo of the Juggalo and the orangutan prompted a poetry contest. Nonrhyming poems automatically disqualified. They got 30-plus entries. How awesome is that? I don't think Althouse has ever hosted a poetry contest. SLOG is my favorite media blog. Makes me feel like I've got a desk right there in the newsroom, along with several dozen regulars. No, not a desk in the newsroom. More like we're at a bar, which also happens to be a newsroom. QuestionLand is a nice feature. So is their charitable fundraising. And the Stranger is not bad for real reporting, either. Their election night coverage -- people reporting live from various precincts, and then from the after parties -- has been terrific.
The guy stuck in the traffic barrel wins hands down. Now that's funny.Soap Lake Sarah, well...suffice to say that she won't be working in the food business anytime soon.
Jesus is just alright with me.
The guy stuck in the traffic barrel wins hands down. Now that's funny.I'll say it depends on how he got there. Did he stick his body down a traffic barrel from the top, and have it tip over? (Funny!) Or did he just tilt the bottom and try to climb up in it? (Pathetic)
Sure, the guy in the barrel wins it, but you can find somebody exactly like him on any college campus any weekend of the year..
"My camera is my backup brain." Very Otto.
"Sure, the guy in the barrel wins it, but you can find somebody exactly like him on any college campus any weekend of the year.."Safety barrels vary from state to state.
I have a sneaking suspicion the guy is in the barrel only to increase his chances of winning "Drunk of the Year."Without such a prestigious award, he would have chosen to simply lie in the street, sans barrel.
I don't know but I can say Obama should be crowned the Vacationeer of the year for all the vacations he took.
Guy Stuck in a Traffic Barrel. We've all been there. Right?
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