Streets of Wire

This bright light goes by the handle Bascove.  She is a New York Artist and she and her architect husband have a grand ole’ tyme researching her subjects.  I think they do very well.

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With a vibrant palette and a lively heavy line this artist really makes the grade.

 

Keep your left up.  Don’t lead w your right.

195 Comments

  1. In the 6th one down the moon and night clouds combine to make it seem as if some malevolent giant is hovering above the bridge.

  2. Almost made me drop my bong

  3. ww.

    driving to aa this morning.

  4. I really really dig this artist. Anyone who can make that many different styles of bridges look that cool is ok in my book. My faves are 5 (lift span), 8 (tight arch) and 9 (pedestrian arch).

    Thanks, Chumpo!!

  5. I’d love to see her take on the Y Bridge in Zanesville…

  6. Hope the traffic isn’t too bad for you, Carin. My old boss used to drive Flint to AA and said that section of 23 could be rather awful in the morning.

  7. And fakeChad, I know there was still a lot lacking for blacks a 100 years ago, my point was more that it was dramatically better than 160 years ago. Also that there were a number of ways in which they were worse off today than then. A young black man had a MUCH better chance of growing up in an intact family circa 1916 than anytime in the last 30 years, AND had a better chance of getting a job.

  8. …and a Cubam Necktie.

  9. Thanx, Tex. I’m glad you like todays selection.

  10. This stuff is quite pretty, Chumpo. For some reason it makes me think of 50’s era postcards.

  11. Mini-me is getting her driver’s permit today. You have been warned.

  12. She’s exploring the abstract design qualities of bridge architecture, and bringing the sky and sea along for the ride. Love this.

    Good morning.

    Helping Scott with another small move today. If it’s a winding staircase again I’m gonna shart myself.

  13. Chumpo, I have “Streets of Fire” stuck in my head.

  14. She needs to put some tits in her pikshirs so heathens like me will pay attention.

  15. They’re there if you turn the picture over

  16. They’re
    There
    Their

  17. She needs to put some tits in her pikshirs so heathens like me will pay attention.

    Exactly. I mean, how am I supposed to know if her art is worth a shit if I can’t see her tits?

    Morning Hostages.

  18. Hello comrades!

    Back to work!

  19. Gotta pay for those crumbling bridges that we’ve been paying for for 7 years!

  20. Chump knows stuff.

  21. Carin, where are you going?

  22. Game of Thrones has officially hit the skids. Damn, it’s getting slow.

  23. Game of Thrones is for queers.

  24. Game of Thrones has officially hit the skids. Damn, it’s getting slow.

    I don’t mind it. They seem to be trying to tie up some of the loose ends that Martin has left but since even he hasn’t figure out how he’s gonna finish this it’s difficult. They’ve got to set up all the pieces, which takes time. It looks like they’re building up towards the major battle between the Boltons and the Starks in Episode 9.

  25. I read that HBO made Martin tell them how it all turned out before they committed to the series. He got money and became a star at the SciFi cons, so why work any more?

  26. I’m sure he knows what the ending will be, but the problem is getting from here to there.

    Robert Jordan had the same problem. He would say that he had the final scene already written, but from the way his books played out he had no idea how he was going to get to that final scene.

  27. I like how it’s shaping up, too.

  28. As I said, queers.

  29. Ortho appointment hotspur.

    ANd yes, the traffic was absolutely horrible. 2 hours there, one hour back.

  30. It seems that Jordan and Martin are suffering from the same inability to control the plot lines and chart them toward the end.

    Meh.

  31. You can tell Jordan desperately needed an editor. They get an idea, then decide to make it “epic”. They’ll write the most intricately plotted series ever… then they get bogged down and lose track of the story. I’m convinced Martin became a “star” and now has enough money that he doesn’t have to work. He goes to conventions and they tell him he’s great. Writing is hard work. Kudos to JK Rowling for finishing the Harry Potter series. Can you imagine if she quit after book 5 or 6?

  32. Well, Jordan died before the end, so he’s not currently controlling anything.

    And I’m a fan of the WoT series, so I know some of the background there. Jordan had plotlines and huge boards and charts and all kinds of shit detailing where he wanted the story to go. His problem was that he built a fairly massive character cast within his universe and getting them all to come together at the appropriate place and time took a lot of pages.

    I will say, I was never bored or felt the urge to skim with Jordan’s series. Martin? In addition to being an asshat, his writing isn’t that great. He’ll spend 3 chapters describing a trip through the countryside from point a to point b and then half a chapter on an actual important action filled story point.

  33. Watched Revenant last night. I give it 4 gray heads.

  34. I give GoT two warty, uncircumcised wieners.

  35. And Martin was a foot dragging assmunch before the series ever entered production. Plus he was writing for Hollywood for years before he released GoT. I think, though I’m not certain, that he had plenty of money before the show went nuts.

  36. Bcoch, he spent something like three books getting Mat out of Seanchan occupied territory, and three books with Perrin trying to rescue Faile. Most of that could have been condensed down to a couple of chapters.

    Like I said, he didn’t know how to get everyone back to that final scene, and it showed.

  37. I dislike “Epic” fantasy/Sci-fi because of this crap. I’ll finish ASoIaF because I started it and damn it, I’m not about to quit, but I’m leery of starting anything else. Trilogies work. They have a nice flow to them. They appeal to our lizard brains. Authors should stick with them.

  38. Like I said, CoAlex, that’s because he kept moving around to each of the characters from a massive cast. He never could focus on one long enough to make huge plot leaps.

    As for those two particular storylines..a couple chapters? I don’t think so. But yeah, he could have shortened things up, sure.

    Again, I was never bored reading WoT. GoT, honestly, I’ve never finished Dance of Dragons. Every time I pick it up I just want to go to sleep.

  39. I like “epic” fantasy/scifi. I’ve gotten to the point where that’s about all the scifi/fantasy I read. Well, not all, but a large portion.

    I’m a fan of the huge story arcs. Martin’s problem is that he gets incredibly bogged down in minutiae. Jordan’s was that he couldn’t move his characters forward at a quicker pace. As long as there’s some action, I can deal with Jordan’s issue. Martin’s is just mind numbing.

  40. Man, Trump telling the sleezy reporter he’s sleezy was excellent.

    I love how the media cannot control him.

  41. Martin’s problem – for me – is that he’s perfectly happy spending an entire chapter introducing/developing a new character, only to have them NEVER reappear again. Or, be mentioned second had two books later.

  42. I quit reading WoT when Rand started sucking gigantic donkey cock.

  43. I think Martin’s claim to fame was he wrote for Beauty and the Beast on TV. Surely he wasn’t wealthy from that…

  44. Rand’s descent into whiny emo douchebag was annoying. Some angst is understandable, but Jordan let him wallow in it. And again, he made pointlessly stupid decisions that no one seemed to oppose.

    Giving up 40 Asha’man as warders to Aes Sedai to “balance” the sisters who were bonded? The sisters were planning to attack Rand’s forces and kill (illegally according to tower law) any survivors. They’re lucky that they weren’t hanged.

  45. I’m with Hotspur on this one; you guys are massive dorks.

  46. Hootspur, you seem stuck on dicks today. Something you need to tell us?

  47. Best news of the day:

    Sausage wielding gang attacks vegan restaurant

    http://www.fox5ny.com/news/150079285-story

  48. Tush, I thought of you yesterday. In Decatur, AL, at Big Bob Gibson’s BBQ. A family of (dot, not feather) Indians happily snarfing down some excellent beef brisket.

  49. Chumpo, not sure if anyone mentioned this upthread, but these paintings remind me of the art work on Ayn Rand novels. Well, Ayn Rand with a bit more color and vibrancy.

    Very fifties, as Leon said.

  50. XBrad, could be Indian muslims or Christians.
    Still a bit rare for Hindus to eat beef.

  51. Remind me why we don’t kick everyone of these fuckers out of the US.

    http://heatst.com/uk/predatory-peacekeepers-un-soldiers-are-committing-widespread-child-rape/

    Useless sacks of shit.

  52. Is there any part of the UN that isn’t a fucking shitshow of disgusting garbage?

  53. They give the French military a chance to show it’s might?

  54. Yeah, that French commander who had a couple girls under 10 engage in bestiality was awful mighty.

    *spit*

    (I know you’re joking, Jay. I just hate the UN that much)

  55. I’ll finish ASoIaF because I started it and damn it, I’m not about to quit

    You have more persistence than I. I gave up on the series more than 10 years ago, after reading the 3rd book.

  56. Is there any part of the UN that isn’t a fucking shitshow of disgusting garbage?

    ——

    ^^This^^ a thousand times.

  57. Hotspur that pic made me lol.

  58. Found dog: Please help!

  59. ASoIaF

    —–

    What is this?

  60. Dork code.

  61. Mare, “A Song of Ice and Fire”. Martin’s Game of Thrones series.

  62. Those gorilla/zoo parents were bad parents. I’m sorry if it makes the mom feel bad*, and I’m sorry it makes other parents feel bad because they’ve had mishaps too.

    BUT I’M SORRY. Perhaps it was a momentary lapse. Perhaps we’ve all had bad moments, but they usually woke us THE FUCK UP. And , NO i’m not saying they should have done whatever they needed to in order to safe the child.

    I”m saying THAT THE MOTHER COMPLETELY DROPPED THE BALL . This wasn’t just an “oops”. This was a complete fuck up. COMPLETE. Shows a lack of awareness on so many levels. She should have KNOWN she had a kid who couldn’t be trusted at all.

    I’m just so sick of people saying it could have happened to anyone.

    NO IT FUCKING COULDN’T HAVE.

    sorry.

    How many millions of moms have made it through that exhibit w/o a kid managing to crawl through and hop down? ANd how many parents would look at that exhibit and say “DUH – I need to watch my kid” here.

    We’re going to need separate spaces for dumb fuck idiots.

    Choice A – really cool open air gorilla exhibit for people with a modicum of common senses

    CHoice B- go look at sad gorilla behind the glass because you’re too fucking stupid to follow simple instructions.

    I feel rather confident that the zoo was covered with “please do not climb on …” signs and “Please watch your children”.

    God I hate people.

    *not really

  63. BTW, Feast for Crows was WAY more boring than A Dance with Dragons. I liked Dance almost as much as the original, which was the best of the series.

  64. I think that sign looks like the one of the infant on the side of buckets.

  65. Ha! An acronym that didn’t need Osotranslate!!!

  66. Heh Car in has been getting the full treatment from one of my least favorite ‘ettes. I see her name or avi and run!

  67. Who’s giving car in crap on facedouche? My money is on Car in. She mean and tenacious. Have you seen how she talks to her mom?

  68. MJ,
    That priest who officiated your wedding, is that Steve Martin or Jeb Bush?

    Also, your FiL (I assume, since he is walking GND down the isle) should be the next model for Dos Equis – the most interesting man in the world.

    Lastly, you have put on weight! I hope it is not all fat.

  69. Comment by Colorado Alex on May 31, 2016 12:15 pm

    I’ll finish ASoIaF because I started it and damn it, I’m not about to quit
    =========
    You’ll finish it after Martin dies and somebody else wraps it up.

  70. You’ll finish it after Martin dies and somebody else wraps it up.

    I want to pay Brian Sanderson to dress up like the Grim Reaper and follow Martin around at a convention.

  71. I feel bad for that Gorilla. He paid the price for the stupidity and negligence of others.

  72. You’ll finish it after Martin dies and somebody else wraps it up.

    It’s not nice to tease, Pepe.

  73. I want to pay Brian Sanderson to dress up like the Grim Reaper and follow Martin around at a convention.

    That is the funniest damn thing I’ve read in a long time.

  74. MJ,
    That priest who officiated your wedding, is that Steve Martin or Jeb Bush?
    Also, your FiL (I assume, since he is walking GND down the isle) should be the next model for Dos Equis – the most interesting man in the world.
    Lastly, you have put on weight! I hope it is not all fat.
    ——————————————
    Jeb Bush.
    He’s a total werido and not very interesting.
    It’s all fat.

  75. CoAlex, so AtC says that she’ll chip in and she bets Sanderson will do it.

  76. Of course she would. I’m surprised she hadn’t already thought up the idea. She’s slipping.

  77. At first I thought yall were talking about Game of Thongs. And I was like, “Where the fick do I sign up? ” Then I realized it was just some fucking soft core porn TV dealio.

  78. CoAlex…..”Were I capable of it, I would feel shame.”

  79. So I sent him an email asking how much it would cost.

  80. Hahahaha…I was going to tweet it at both of them, but decided not to. It looked kinda bad when you try and cram it into a single tweet.

  81. Cram it.

  82. Comment by bcochran81 on May 31, 2016 2:08 pm

    I want to pay Brian Sanderson to dress up like the Grim Reaper and follow Martin around at a convention.

    =======

    Too funny. I’ll chip in.

  83. Oh and CoAlex, it’s “Brandon” not “Brian”.

  84. Gorilla Lives Matter

  85. Seriously, Martin is like a petulant little toddler. He doesn’t have writer’s block, he’s just lazy. I hope he has an outline so Sanderson can wrap it up someday. Maybe if they put enough pressure on, he’ll have someone ghost write it.

  86. That’s hilarious, I read his first 2 books and did not care enough to remember the titles.

  87. Seriously, Martin is like a petulant little toddler. He doesn’t have writer’s block, he’s just lazy. I hope he has an outline so Sanderson can wrap it up someday. Maybe if they put enough pressure on, he’ll have someone ghost write it.

    He’s been working on the 6th book for something like 6 years. He admitted that he missed two deadlines last year. The book was supposed to be complete by end of year.

    And I’ll bet you anything he doesn’t have an outline for someone to pick up and finish the series.

  88. “Not an accident at all. If a child grabs a gun and shoots themself or someone else, guess what? The parents are charged criminally. It’s called child endangerment. If a child walks away from their parent into oncoming traffic, same thing. ”

    – stolen from somewhere

  89. Can’t we talk about gardening now?

  90. Carin, we’ve been talking about compost for hours now.

  91. Thunderstorm here.

  92. People with two middle initials are twatwaffles.

  93. That zoo robbed us of a Darwin Award recipient.

  94. People with two middle initials are twatwaffles.

    ——

    hahahahah

    Well, that fat ass sure is.

  95. I read a lot, and the good writers are few and far between.

    The older writers had to produce and churn out work just to live. Lawrence Block did a ton of work under pen names. His prose is so clean and crisp it’s amazing.

    Current authors……write one book, big advance, crank out the next book in a year or two. You’re a star!!!! Go into development with Hollywood for movie or mini series, action figures, Sci Fi conventions….. writing, not so much. Look at Patrick Rothfus for example.

  96. The mom had a Facebook comment, which she has since taken down, saying something to the effect, “My son said he wanted to swim with the gorillas.”

  97. Hotspur, I had that same evil thought earlier.

    It is evil.

  98. I want to work on the garden today, but all my outside time is going to cutting my useless grass.

    Neighbor hates my lawn now. He’s going to have it more when it’s nothing but pumpkins and sweet potatoes.

  99. I check Kindle Deals of the Day and the last two I’ve ordered have been absolutely horrible. The writing was grade school if that. One was Bishop’s War. Horrible, immature, definitely willing your suspension of disbelief too.

    The other was Caduceus and…..damn, i can’t remember and I removed it from my kindle it was so bad.

  100. Are you going to wander around with bib overalls and no shirt? With a long blade of grass in your teeth, with your straw hat?

  101. Are you going to wander around with bib overalls and no shirt? With a long blade of grass in your teeth, with your straw hat?

    If you do, Car in, we would like pictures.

  102. For a second I thought Jay was talking to me.

  103. The Zoo shares a certain burden in this sad event. The Gorilla was not “secure”. As in, the environment he lived in was not secure. You should not be able to “introduce” anything to its environment in a uncontrolled manner. Especially from a public “viewing” area.

  104. Women who wear overalls with no shirt are sluts.

  105. Who said I wasn’t? I’m inclusive!

  106. It can be tastefully done!

  107. From what I’ve read, the kid managed to climb over, under or around 3 different obstacles and then fell 15 feet into a moat. I’m not sure how much more secure the zoo is supposed to be. This was the first time anything like this has happened since the exhibit opened like 40 years ago.

    You can’t secure against willful stupidity.

  108. That skank’s shoes scream “I take it up the ass!!!!!!”

  109. “For free!!!!!!!”

  110. So, Timmy found a really big well…

  111. It wasn’t the zoo’s fault at all.

    And the bullshit “expert” on Drudge who said, he didn’t beat his chest therefore he wouldn’t attack the kid is chock full of crap.

    Ingraham had the beloved animal expert on who is affiliated with that zoo (Jack Hanna – Zookeeper who is the Director Emeritus of the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium) and he said, unlike the movies if they were to tranquilize the ape, the ape would firstly, flip out, start running and trying to remove the dart. How is the kid supposed to survive a whacked out ape? He said it takes between 5-7 minutes for the animal to finally be knocked out.

  112. Maybe the zoo should have some medical marijuana, just to “chill”.

  113. Oh and CoAlex, it’s “Brandon” not “Brian”.

    I’m operating on an hour of sleep and a bowl of cereal.

    Proper names are forzzzzzzzzzzz….

  114. The parents should be required to buy the zoo a new gorilla.

  115. Jay, maybe they should have put on some Netflix?

  116. I’m operating on an hour of sleep and a bowl of cereal.

    Important question: What kind of cereal?

  117. The parents are responsible for the dead gorilla. There really is not other way to view it. Their piss-poor parenting caused this.

    And I don’t want to hear “4 y/o can disappear in a second”. Whatever. Yea, that happens when you KNOW they are in a more secure environment. Not when they feet away from falling down into a moat.

  118. Important question: What kind of cereal?

    RIce Krispies.

  119. *Snap*Crackle*Pop*

  120. RIce Krispies.

    You forgot a word. You forgot to type “cocoa”.

  121. That 4 yo sounds like a kid that should be kept out of danger with a chest harness and leash attached to a reliable adult’s hand.

  122. Sadly, I haven’t had my beloved cereal (I love any kind) in about 6 years.

  123. Jimbro, two words: Shock. Collar.

  124. Damn it, now I want cocoa krispies.

  125. I use to think harnesses were awful…stopped thinking that about 25 years ago. My kids weren’t the type that needed them but I’ve seen others who do. And it would be a good thing a very good thing.

  126. Parents should just go back to smacking the shit out of their kids.

  127. Christ, Ace just wrote a fucking book. I’m not reading that shit.

  128. Parents should just go back to smacking the shit out of their kids.

    *looks around*

    Uhhhh….there was a point where that stopped?

  129. From Ace: A Question I Find Interesting: How Much of “Thought” Is Intellectuated, and How Much Is Merely Socialized?

    No fucking chance I’m reading that.

  130. I’ve told you guys before, but when my kids acted up, I slowly bent down and whispered, “when we get out of this store and away from the cameras all hell is going to break loose.”

    Straightened them up right quick.

    Seriously, that’s what I’d do. The first time you HAVE to follow through and then it’s gravy after that because they know you’re serious.

  131. Yeah, someone (I can’t remember who) posited that the era of the special snowflakes began at the exact moment when parents started putting “Baby on Board” signs on their cars.

    I remember when they first started appearing asking the obvious, “Who the hell fucking cares?”

  132. Or the people who put “Caution Horses” on their horse trailers.

    I want to flip them off every time.

    It’s like, what the hell am I supposed to be cautious about? Your stupid fucking horse inside that box?

  133. We didn’t do any of that baby on board or front yard full of crap to announce they were born stuff.

    Why would I want to announce to all the freaks, sickos, weirdos and other assorted bad people that I have a small child with me?

  134. Because otherwise people would be like, “Jesus, I bet that guy just offered that kid free candy.”

  135. No fucking chance I’m reading that.

    I got halfway through and started to hallucinate.

    …I’m going home to take a nap now.

  136. I read Ace post to the end.
    It took time.
    Now I have just one question:

    http://giphy.com/gifs/PJoLp4gDIqjYs

  137. My kids were under the “you hold my hand or I hold your hair” rule.

  138. Was the guy that shot the gorilla white?

    If he is, its going to be racist.

  139. Is he a dentist?

  140. Apparently black twitter devolved into uncontrolled nutjobbery about how this was about white privilege. Killing a black gorilla to save a white kid.

    Then someone pointed out that the kid was black.

    Then the outrage brigade moved on to something else

  141. Why was it automatically assumed that the gorilla was violent? That’s some straight-up racism, right there.

  142. The media refuses to show the pictures from the gorilla’s FB page showing him flashing gang signs and waving a pistol around.

  143. The wake is going to be really sad.

  144. I wouldn’t go if I were you. Rumor is that the sloths are planning a drive-by.

  145. That was a great post at the hq.

    Thanks for pointing it out.
    So much there which needed to be said for a long time.

    My take away:
    -be humble before The Lord (and if you’re agnotic/athiest be especially humble)
    -pray (and politic) in your room w the door closed.
    -tell jokes often

  146. Hoo boy.

    Third floor again.

    I have never had this much work in front of me.

  147. That’s what you have Laura for.

  148. >>My take away:
    -be humble before The Lord (and if you’re agnotic/athiest be especially humble)
    -pray (and politic) in your room w the door closed.
    -tell jokes often

    I can combine the first and third without committing blasphemy.

    Krishna had married 800 prostitutes, to bestow respectability on them. I refuse to believe that he didn’t cop a feel once in a while.

    My Gods are cool. They won’t smite me for making fun of them, or command me to kill someone else.

  149. It’s her last summer vacation ever. I am trying to let her enjoy it.

    As soon as I can take a couple days off we are going to Cape Cod.

  150. I’m gonna miss Tushar after Kali smites him.

  151. Laura is lucky to have you.

  152. Maybe one of the 800 gods could hip zer to TinyUrl.com

  153. I’ve got a love/hate relationship with the Cape. Lots of good memories there but there’s too many fookin’ people there. I grew up a couple of hours away and my spinster aunts lived in a little cottage in Wareham near Swift’s Beach (technically not “the” Cape but they worked as shoe makers in Fall River, MA so it made the commute easier).

  154. I wouldn’t go on a weekend.

    It’s a mandatory trip, Laura has never been there.

  155. White Privilege at its finest.

  156. I preferred Newport. But then, I just dig walking around and looking at huge sailboats.

  157. Comment by leoncaruthers on May 31, 2016 6:34 pm

    I’m gonna miss Tushar after Kali smites him.

    And it will be a well choreographed smiting.

  158. The Cape is cool.

    Provincetown is nice if your Hotspur or a ghey lez.

  159. So many cool places there. One summer I was shacking up with a girl in her shared cottage in Wellfleet. Lots of trips to the beach and sandy vaginas

    http://www.thebeachcomber.com/index.php/webcams/live-beach-cam

    Saw 5 or 6 concerts at the Beachcomber that summer.

  160. P-town is fine, really. If you go on the weekend or during a planned ghey fest you may not agree.

  161. Provincetown is so ghey, you can get full blown AIDS just driving into town.

  162. Beware if you sit down at a bar and a dude asks if he can push in your stool.

  163. Hotspur, I drove RIGHT by your place of employment (stupid mapquest). I was in town soooo early, and was gone by 10 or so … much too early to do lunch.

    But we’ll be back in July and then every month, so there are plenty of opportunities for a little mini-meet.

  164. My parents built their retirement home in Osterville two houses down from my sister’s in-laws. There was a really nice town beach we got to use in the summer. They lasted from ’96 to around ’04 when they moved to Wareham into a smaller house and cut the bridges out of their travels. They moved even closer to the old hometown and friends/relatives (and to an even smaller house) about 5 years later.

  165. But we’ll be back in July and then every month

    Oh, that kind of ortho…

  166. Ima hold you to that.

  167. :)

  168. if there’s one thing Hotshot knows it’s mini-meat

  169. When can I visit? Yous guys live near New Brunswick right?

  170. is the Hudson Bay Trading company still a thing?

    How about the Bridge That Goes Nowhere Except To The Seal-Clubbing Funpark?

    I’d pay for all of us to go to that

  171. N.B. is about 2 1/2 hours and a passport away. The seal clubbing is a bit further.

  172. I spent a couple of glorious nights camping at Popham Beach in Maine. Mid-July, warm, clear skies, bazillions of stars, lobster, clams, corn on the cob.

  173. I went to Popham Beach with my ex- and stayed at a local B&B in Phippsburg. Pretty sure it was this one: http://www.1774inn.com/

    Sand beaches on the ocean are less common the further north you go. Popham has a great sandy beach.

  174. Well, Jimbro, we kilt it dead.

  175. Yep…administer epi and begin chest compressions for show. I’ll call the undertaker.

  176. It’s just resting.

  177. Paging Leon….
    http://tinyurl.com/jsjtnqj

  178. Pepe, I’m familiar with her. She’s almost certainly on some juice.

  179. How do I know, you ask?

    a) dem triceptz
    2) Russia

  180. She can chop plenty of wood to keep you warm during Russian winter….

  181. Pepe, I never said I wouldn’t. I would need to to train for 6 months on the same juice to feel safe doing it, but oh yeah I would.

  182. From a friend who married a Russian chick:

    “Russian girls are hot, Russian women are not, Russian Grandmas need to be shot….”

  183. The narrow, curling staircase we had to bring freight down today was the steepest yet. It was so steep, that the step that was five steps up from me was about two feet from my face. Basically a gentle ladder. Because it was curling, the inside of the step was only two inches deep and the outside fanned out to a foot deep. So nice for lugging heavy loads when you are a biped.

    Helpfully, there was a reverse curl, where after turning one direction for a flight, one suddenly had to adjust the load to turn in the opposite direction for two more flights.

    Providence can suck my warty hump.

  184. Should have just burnt the building down.

    I’ve been reading Numbers, so I almost finished that with “as an oblation, a sweet aroma unto the Lord” but it seemed blasphemous. Glad I didn’t say that. You know, in retrospect. Probably dodged a bullet there.

  185. Evening Hostages.

    Laura, that sucks a fat one.

    If CoAlex is around, I wanna know if there was any response from Sanderson.

  186. People pay for that.

  187. BCoch, not yet. I’ll let you know if I get one.

  188. Sweet. Cause I, as well as several friends, would most certainly contribute to a GoFundMe and spread that thing far and wide. Like Hotspur’s mom.

  189. ‘Sup, gorilla killaz?

  190. You broke the blerg, Andy.

  191. My hometown, making a difference for some Danish teens.

    Stan is a barrel of fun.

  192. Oh Derp, can you help me, could you tell me her name, ’cause
    I know that I need her, I know that I need her
    I’m somebody tryin’, tryin’ to play the game, ’cause
    I know that I need her, I’m dyin’ to greet her


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