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by: jorin http://buoyfish.com/revolver/journal/?p=57#comment-13899 Thu, 30 Aug 2007 21:54:35 +0000 http://buoyfish.com/revolver/journal/?p=57#comment-13899 <strong>Martial Arts -- Peace!<br /> <br /> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1422/1279020085_ffb704c0a7.jpg" alt="" /><br /> <br /> </strong><em>I suppose some martial arts are for defensive purposes and all, but I thought this was a pretty awesome sign for a dojo or whatever.<br /> <br /> "We teach you how to fight! Peace, dude!"</em><strong></strong> Martial Arts — Peace!

I suppose some martial arts are for defensive purposes and all, but I thought this was a pretty awesome sign for a dojo or whatever.

"We teach you how to fight! Peace, dude!"

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by: jorin http://buoyfish.com/revolver/journal/?p=57#comment-13893 Wed, 22 Aug 2007 18:37:35 +0000 http://buoyfish.com/revolver/journal/?p=57#comment-13893 <strong>Kid in a Cart</strong><br /> <br /> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1337/1205048900_16fbbe1cb9.jpg" alt="" /><br /> <br /> <br /> Just to be clear -- that is a child apparently unconscious on the bottom part of a grocery cart. At the self-checkout. Kid in a Cart

Just to be clear — that is a child apparently unconscious on the bottom part of a grocery cart. At the self-checkout.

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by: jorin http://buoyfish.com/revolver/journal/?p=57#comment-13892 Wed, 22 Aug 2007 18:31:25 +0000 http://buoyfish.com/revolver/journal/?p=57#comment-13892 The previous collection of photos ... <strong>Superman is not a cuddler</strong> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/121/317130810_c3dcceebb9.jpg" /> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/113/317130800_53854c5cce.jpg" /> <em>I love the concept of a Superman pillow built specifically for cuddling -- especially since his expression is one of someone grimly and begrudgingly working off his court-mandated community service hours -- and that's how his face stays while you snuggle the hell out of him</em> * * * * * <strong>adult ice cream shoppe</strong> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/99/302799138_05c2c09f0b.jpg" /> <em>everything tastes better when topped with 49 cent wet nut</em> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/116/302799100_508c9c49cc.jpg" /> <em>put your dirty sample spoon in that smurf</em> * * * * * <strong>for his sake, I hope the nickname doesn't stick</strong> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/117/290561933_41efa9b41f.jpg" /> <em>"Thanks for the nickname and mustache, dad. Let's hope I still have both by the time I hit high school. Jerk."</em> * * * * * <strong>Maiden!</strong> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/116/283927309_d7533050b6.jpg" /> <em>I missed my first Revolver show for this utterly radical show. George enjoyed it most when the roly-poly kid with mutton chops kept trying to restart the pit that erupted right in front of us, but wound up mostly staggering around in a 15 foot diameter clear section of floor by himself.</em> * * * * * <strong>the creepiest, cuddliest dumpster escape</strong> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/118/268702157_6d5dc71d2c.jpg" /> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/120/268702174_a2bd41dd45.jpg" /> <em>I took the first picture because it looked like Pooh was trying to crawl out of a dumpster near my place after being discarded. I passed by a couple hours later and Pooh was gone -- and Tigger, who'd been under him when I took a closer look earlier, looked like he was taking his shot at escape.</em> <em>Very, very creepy.</em> * * * * * <strong>custom meats</strong> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/115/268702140_04accec4b8.jpg" /> <em>"Hello? Grocery Bag? May I order a steak with a spoiler and flame decals on the side? And, how much per pound is that?"</em> * * * * * <strong>irresponsible</strong> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/97/265714832_0c9f59757f.jpg" /> <em>well, not with that attitude</em> * * * * * <strong>pee on america</strong> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/94/265711080_c3c27bc258.jpg" /> <em>I wish this were easier to make out, because I believe I took this picture because the design of the urinal made it look like it was begging for you to pee on the head of a bald eagle -- and I believe the text was quite patriotic as well</em> * * * * * <strong>hot eggs</strong> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/90/265692898_2bbda8658c.jpg" /> <em>at a diner in Madison -- a plastic toast figure with quite a rack, even it is made of eggs</em> * * * * * <strong>cancer</strong> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/92/265689665_5ab190e3fd.jpg" /> <em>it really doesn't get any more clearly labeled than that</em> * * * * * <strong>McAuliffe eats pee</strong> <img width="320" height="240" border="0" src="http://static.flickr.com/88/265692915_12474b666e.jpg" /> <em>the wall of Pick-Me-Up does seem like it'd be the best authority on the subject -- so I believe it</em> The previous collection of photos …

Superman is not a cuddler

I love the concept of a Superman pillow built specifically for cuddling — especially since his expression is one of someone grimly and begrudgingly working off his court-mandated community service hours — and that’s how his face stays while you snuggle the hell out of him

* * * * *

adult ice cream shoppe

everything tastes better when topped with 49 cent wet nut

put your dirty sample spoon in that smurf

* * * * *

for his sake, I hope the nickname doesn’t stick

“Thanks for the nickname and mustache, dad. Let’s hope I still have both by the time I hit high school. Jerk.”

* * * * *

Maiden!

I missed my first Revolver show for this utterly radical show. George enjoyed it most when the roly-poly kid with mutton chops kept trying to restart the pit that erupted right in front of us, but wound up mostly staggering around in a 15 foot diameter clear section of floor by himself.

* * * * *

the creepiest, cuddliest dumpster escape

I took the first picture because it looked like Pooh was trying to crawl out of a dumpster near my place after being discarded. I passed by a couple hours later and Pooh was gone — and Tigger, who’d been under him when I took a closer look earlier, looked like he was taking his shot at escape.

Very, very creepy.

* * * * *

custom meats

“Hello? Grocery Bag? May I order a steak with a spoiler and flame decals on the side? And, how much per pound is that?”

* * * * *

irresponsible

well, not with that attitude

* * * * *

pee on america

I wish this were easier to make out, because I believe I took this picture because the design of the urinal made it look like it was begging for you to pee on the head of a bald eagle — and I believe the text was quite patriotic as well

* * * * *

hot eggs

at a diner in Madison — a plastic toast figure with quite a rack, even it is made of eggs

* * * * *

cancer

it really doesn’t get any more clearly labeled than that

* * * * *

McAuliffe eats pee

the wall of Pick-Me-Up does seem like it’d be the best authority on the subject — so I believe it

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