Thursday, August 5, 2010


It's 1:00AM and, as usual, I am restless, exploring the soft curves of my friend named the internet. After checking facebook, twitter, several blogs and all other social networks for updates, newsfeed and notifications, I find myself casually perusing google images, like any other evening spent alone with my macbook. I tend to get a kick out of typing in bizarre combinations of words into the search bar and laughing by myself at whatever unrelated images show up. I wanted share with you all some of my favorites, starting with the trifecta of 'cat whisper cream', shown above. There is clearly no cat in the picture, nor is there any cream, or at least as far as I can tell... Although she appears as though she could be a whisperer, it comes off as a creepy knitting advertisement.

Below is what showed up for the search for 'gloved bacon retro', who knew there was even such a thing... THERE IS A GOD!

Moving on. For anyone who caught tonight's show, you witnessed a beat down between Sean and I, in what started as a Volleyball serve, and ended as getting my ass served back to me on a silver plate. Truth be told Sean is a vegetarian and, in my opinion, a peaceful monarch in search of the perfect sunflower to perch upon... He wouldn't hurt a fly, which is perhaps why the scene was incredibly funny to be in. His beat down DID however remind me of two things: how much I love volleyball, and how much I love violence. Now mix those two together and you've got an upgraded version of any WWF match. Naturally, it being 1:00AM and I being restless, put google images to the test in searching 'volleyball'... who knew there were so many different kinds? For exmaple...

There's Volleycat:
There's Volleyshark:
There's Volleyseal:
Hell! There's even Volleywhale: wasn't until I was curious enough to type in 'Abusive Male Volleyball Player', where I was graced with this gift from God, that's right ladies and gents, Senator Reid, as a turkey...

Not to get all political on anyone, but Reid did numerous campaigns against domestic violence, and according to Nevada natives, hasn't done shit to support the cause, but quite frankly, it's Nevada, so who gives a shit... I did, however, find the following excerpt from a press conference with the Senator rather amusing, mostly the bolded phrase:
“Men when they’re out of work tend to become abusive,” Reid said as he argued in favor of a cloture vote on the jobs bill. “I met with some people while I was home dealing with domestic abuse. It has gotten out of hand. Why? Men don’t have jobs. Women don’t have jobs either, but women aren’t abusive, most of the time. Men, when they’re out of work, tend to become abusive. Our domestic crisis shelters in Nevada are jammed.”

That's right America.... women don't have jobs, nor are they abusive......most of the time....

That's all for now. I'm heading back to google images.


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