Diary of a Network Geek

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2/23/2007

Crazy Picture Links

Filed under: Art,Fun,Personal,Red Herrings — Posted by the Network Geek during the Hour of the Tiger which is terribly early in the morning or 5:05 am for you boring, normal people.
The moon is Waxing Crescent

This week’s theme is crazy pictures on the Internet.

Now, before you start to worry, there’s nothing pornographic here, okay? Well, unless you have a fetish for fezes (fezis? fezi?) or girls drinking tea. Hey, stranger things have happened! Trust your Uncle Jim on that one, okay?
So, without further ado, here is a link to the Fez Pool on Flickr. Yes, that’s right. Pictures of people wearing a fez. Note how many are acually from the Shriners? Shriners are all brother Freemasons, just like me. Though, I haven’t actually gone on to join the Shrine myself as it can get costly.
Next, you guessed it, girls drinking tea! Or, as the site calls itself, Tea Birds. For those of you unfamiliar, “bird” is UK slang for “woman”. Makes more sense now, doesn’t it? Oh, and watch out for the links on that site. The one that takes you to Babes with Books might not be safe for work. Though, oddly, the one labelled Women with Wine IS work safe! Who would have thunk it?
In a completely different vein, also from Flickr, Mickey Mouse Croation Liver Paste? Really? Why? And how is it that people don’t think they’re eating rat?
Speaking of eating rat, how about a picture of the most polydactyl cat ever? This cutie has six toes on each of his back paws and an amazing seven on each of his front paws! According to the article, it helps him climb very well!

Okay, so it wasn’t the most inspired Friday Fun Links, but, cut me some slack, I’ve got pneumonia! Oh, and don’t forget to vote in the poll, if you haven’t already.

1 Comment

  1. Anger often helps one get through a divorce. I know that one from experience. Later, a nurse who I had worked with for nearly 10 years, Annie, and I became unexpectedly “interested” in each other, married, and had a good life, though she was in worse and worse pain for the last four years of it. My father and grandfather both died of cirrhosis in their mid sixties. Although I quit drinking entirely in 1974, I can’t really shake the idea that the relatively short life span may be genetic and that ETOH won’t get me but something else will. I’m not sure that one gets three chances, especially if there is a time limit on it. Life is like a traffic ticket that way. You resent getting one, but when you stop to think of all the times you didn’t and should have you feel better about it. Thanks for dropping by and for your comment. Good luck to both of us.
    Peace, Doc

    Comment by Doc — 2/24/2007 @ 10:27 am

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