Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Glamour Shot Dudes Of The Day

And you thought the women's pics were bad. Thanks for the idea, Teresa Metts and Liz Thayer.

The love child of Bob Ross and Jeff Daniels.

Hello for you. I am the Sergei.

Elton John wants his outfit back by five.

Bandito caliente!

Some people really embraced the '90s.

Not sure what's going on here and don't really want to know.

This was the best shot of the batch?

I think this dude was in Boston.

I'd be scared, too, dog.

Lookin' good, Sloth.

Radio Shackmullet

The drummer from Styx

Put your goddamn shirt on.


DON'T MAKE ME USE THIS FAN!


Serial killer

I feel pretty.

Sorry fellas, didn't mean to interrupt.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

I'm On Vacation This Week

Spring break and what not. Posts this week will be spotty at best, nonexistent at worst. See you soon.


Friday, April 3, 2015

News: Rehabilitated Otter Released Back Into Food Chain

From The Onion.
Rehabilitated Otter Released Back Into Food Chain

SAUSALITO, CA—Following nine months of surgeries and physical therapy to heal the aquatic animal’s debilitating injuries, officials from the Marine Mammal Center released a fully rehabilitated sea otter back into the food chain Tuesday.

“After many tireless days and nights spent helping rebuild his strength, we’re excited to get this little guy back into a tiered ecological feeding structure,” said marine biologist Shannon Murphy, confirming that, at approximately 10 a.m., the otter was removed from its cage and carefully reintroduced into the hierarchy of predation.

“It’s always sad to say goodbye to an animal we’ve spent so much time caring for, but that’s ultimately why we’re here—to give these creatures a second chance at briefly occupying a middle rung in a progression of consumption where they serve as a primary food source for a higher organism.”

At press time, a crowd of onlookers was waving to the otter as it swam off into the migration routes of sea lions, orca whales, and several species of shark.

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails