OK, I know it's mean, but I read the story without personalizing it.
First there were sink holes, a few other strange things like guys in
construction clothes (including hard hats) robbing banks, and now
You can't imagine the picture my mind came up with. I laughed so hard
I thought I would have to leave the desk for a few minutes.
Have you guys had the water checked out there lately?
I wouldn't give it a second thought. Probably one if the idiots on
Nazi radio rabble rousing to foment dissent amongst the great unwashed
(like me) by opening a forum for people to comment on how far into
decline our society has fallen..
It's only funny in an odd, bizarre way if you read it quickly.
In the same way, I laughed when I read that some guy had killed his
wife, rented a brush shredder and blew her body, from a bridge, into a
Is that funny? No.
Did I laugh hysterically? Absolutely.
I have to admit, even in the throes of youthful intoxication, I never would
have thought of this.
But having made a few bongs in my day, I just have to wonder, how does one
go about making a bong out of a skull? And just as soon as I start thinking
about it, I get totally creeped out. This is not a train of thought that I
Move along, nothing to see here.
: I have to admit, even in the throes of youthful intoxication, I never would
: have thought of this.
: But having made a few bongs in my day, I just have to wonder, how does one
: go about making a bong out of a skull?
Here ya go:
-- Andy Barss
I think you missed the point Andy. I was specifically trying NOT to think of
this. And you go and show me an article on this.
And try as hard as I could not to, I just had to read the article. And it
raised the points I thought of. Namely a whole lot of interaction with a
dead person's skull. Yuck.
I have lived in Houston since 1978. I have been here through the Cheerleader
Mom and the She-Devil who killed her five children.
I have seen countless murders and other unbelievably nasty crimes reported
on the local news.
I have come to the conclusion... it's the humidity not the heat.
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