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Meme overdose? I’ve got the cure.

My prediction? You will beg for memes!

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  1. Good morning

    Bonus membership to anyone who successfully watches every video

  2. No one knows who they were, or what they wanted.

  3. Very cryptic.

    I give Lionel’s comment 76 out of 82 vienna sausages.

  4. WTFITS?

    wakey wakey

  5. I have so much to do today. I unexpectedly have to quick clean my camper, because we need it for Saturday night. Just a few spots outside – looks like a bird was sitting there or something.

    And I need to run down to our store to get a power converter. ugh.

    Pack. Shop. haircut. what the fuck else. Coffee first, then 3,2, 1 …

  6. I made a cool-ass shirt for my run thing (picture on facedouch). Walking dead reference – “Just Look At The Flowers”. Will use on one of my lasts runs.

    Bad weather expected the first day.

  7. Sean’s derp this morning really set a scene. I want to know the rest of the story.

  8. The Ballad of Childish Roland?

  9. Stinky Cheese Man should win an Oscar.

  10. The end of the gunslinger series was totally satisfying. Loved it.

  11. *wonders when we’ll be allowed to post memes again

  12. Too many vids for my old machine, makes it load slooooow. Maybe something to consider in the future, maybe not.

    Interview with Caterpillar at 14:00 (pray for Oso) I may play the “hire the elderly” card. The have gun will travel job seems dead in the water. Fuckers said that everything looked good, good fit, obviously qualified, would check references, and move quickly. Then, NOTHING. They ghosted me. References said they have not been contacted and no commo since then. They will receive a carefully worded email this morning. “Dear Chicago Shitbirds……”

  13. So Demi Moore is alleging that Ashton Kucher humiliated her while she was battling alcoholism by taking drunk pics of her.

    Hmmm. Seems like immature behavior, doesn’t it, Demi? So odd! Wow. Who could have foreseen that?

  14. Now playing the part of MCPO, Tee Roy!

  15. The Stinky Cheese Man was groundbreaking for its era. Since then the field of children’s literature has undergone a revolution and, both sadly and ominously, the Stinky Cheese Man is off moldering in a dark corner plotting his revenge.

  16. The end of the gunslinger series was totally satisfying. Loved it.

    I don’t recall if I ever even picked up Wizard and Glass. I lost interest in all things Steven King after a while.

    I watched a plot synopsis for 1922 that pretty much clinched it for me. He no longer knows who the monsters are in his own stories, and his radical-leftist-feminazi politics infests the core of his fiction.

  17. I don’t think you can have too many memes…ever.

    My new favorite is the one wherein a “housewife” bitch is going nuts, screaming and pointing and the white cat with the hilarious look on his face is responding (or not).

    https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/woman-yelling-at-a-cat

    I have seen some laugh out loud funny using these pics.

  18. Comment by Jay in Ames on September 26, 2019 9:14 am
    Now playing the part of MCPO, Tee Roy!

    ———

    BEWHAHAHAHAHAAH

    Troy, please get a second or third job so that you may purchase a computer to be able to view this POS site without any slowdown.

  19. That’s my current favorite, mare.

  20. So Demi Moore is alleging that Ashton Kucher humiliated her while she was battling alcoholism by taking drunk pics of her.

    Hmmm. Seems like immature behavior, doesn’t it, Demi? So odd! Wow. Who could have foreseen that?

    The wages of feminism.

  21. Well, cougar Demi got herself the most eligible bachelor of the time. Compromises must be made.

  22. Like BisW, I knew MCPO way back from the Rott.

    I liked the character of Roland way more than the writing in the GunSlinger series. I enjoyed Rolands back story more than anything else.

  23. Some history on our current favorite meme, mare.

    https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/woman-yelling-at-a-cat-meme-origin/

    You’re welcome.

  24. Roland is the true hero of the book series, and was a fantastic character.

  25. Dang, I haven’t checked the Rott in ages. Hard to believe ten years ago that was my go-to blog for reading.

  26. Women who choose much younger men as a partner aren’t really good at planning shit. They don’t really think long term.

  27. Comment by Jay in Ames on September 26, 2019 9:14 am
    Now playing the part of MCPO, Tee Roy!

    Well played.

  28. More on “Smudge” the cat: https://www.boredpanda.com/woman-yelling-at-cat-meme-smudge-lord/

  29. Shallow people cannot change their tastes or improve their understanding much as they age. A cougar is merely a shallow girl that got old. Even after getting burned, she’ll probably always be drawn to flashy cute young things and overlook those traits that make them undesirable to most older women.

  30. As predicted…the media is pretending that impeachment is happening.

    It’s not. Everything is a lie. Scott was right years ago.

  31. @Mare, its probably due as much to my shitty rural internet as it is my shitty old puter.

    2nd or 3rd jerb? Shit man, Im having difficulty obtaining a 1st one right now….the world has no placed for washed up gunslingers cept “break glass in case of emergency” then its all “Oh we’re a skered, come risk your ass to help us cause yer expendable”

  32. Blood of Jesus!

  33. Up next week:

    Racism!

  34. I look at military contracts in the morning to see what the DoD budget is being spent on. When I see shit like this, I think money is being pissed away:
    “The contractor will develop a generalizable computational platform to assess warfighter aptitude and performance based on expression circuits that link macroscopic phenotypes to the underlying molecular biology of the individual.”

    WTF, O???

  35. It sounds like they want to develop a system of assessing your potential military capabilities based on your genetics.

  36. Or develop a Super Soldier Program

  37. Why not both?!

  38. It’s going to run data science algorithms and correlate battle stats with blood markers.

    Another Big Data program that’s sure to be mis- and micro-managed into utter futility, with occasional powerpoint chart presentations given by women who’s job is to look good in a skirt while talking with a pointer, and also inexplicably makes more than all the schlubby dudes who fought like hell to make that POS actually work while being tortured by Agile Release Trains.

  39. Supersonic faggotronic.

  40. Try reviewing some of the job descriptions out there ChrisP. I swear they are written by people trying to out do each other with “big words.” Its all written by pseudo intellectuals.

    War Fighter aptitude….that’s too fucking funny. I seen studs in training fall apart in real shtf situations and I seen folks that were meek and mild turn into Beasts. And on top of all that, once they develop the program and get the info sought, what the fuck they going to do with it? Try to find a way to manipulate the molecular biology of the individual? Develop a blood test to screen?

  41. Leon Johson and TeeRoy Johnson are correct.

    It’s replacing leadership with technocrats.

  42. Part of the reason for the stupid language is that it’s necessary. If don’t explicitly lay out everything that you want, many contractors will fuck you over.

  43. I was in a good mood this morning, y’know? Was too far behind for breakfast but nothing new. Saw two vehicles with puppers sticking their heads out the windows, one an 18-wheeler. Usually brightens my day.

    Now I put up with fucking blog kommisars?

    Why the fuck do I put up with this shit?

  44. From the other side, getting a government customer to lay out explicit requirements is often an exercise in masochism. They know that if they keep it vague they can refuse to pay or continue “evolving” the program. For a lot of the government points of contact, ownership of ongoing programs is their lifeline, so having one actually complete is a bad, bad thing.

  45. see also: any IT project

  46. Agreed, it’s screwed up on both sides.

  47. Update. I sent a professionally worded WTF? to have gun will travel job. I received a email indicating that I will be hearing from the regional manager to schedule a interview today or tomorrow. I will play along for the time being. I have the interview today, one tomorrow for a HR position (temp, but pays well) and in theory one next week (the job I actually want)). At this point Im just about in spray n pray mode.

  48. https://13wham.com/news/videos/young-girl-attacked-by-coyote-in-illinois-front-yard

    Love the sproingy boingy innocence of the little one …and then that first taste of life has thorns, not so much.

  49. Pasture update: the original guy we’d contacted got back to us. I think we’re going to gamble and have him double-grade it (so it’s ground in and smooth for walking/tractoring) then buy a seed spreader for our lawn tractor and just weed’n’feed it ourselves.

    Still determining if we herbicide before tilling. We might just get the whole thing done for under $6k altogether.

  50. I get to spend all day digging through excel spreadsheets. Pray for oso.

  51. I get to spend all day digging through excel spreadsheets. Pray for oso.
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    This is about 50% of my jerb.

  52. 50% of mine is logging into things in 6 different environments so I an look at a log file.

  53. I get to spend all day digging through excel spreadsheets. Pray for oso.
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    This is about 50% of my jerb.

    Mine as well.

    Honestly, I actually enjoy stuff like this. It’s the school funding formula, and running different scenarios. It’s just I’m running into the limitations of Excel. There is minimal documentation and a lot of direct references for various equations that were suddenly wrong when the rows got reordered. So I have to compare my results to my bosses results, and figure out where things got screwed up.

  54. 50% of mine is logging into things in 6 different environments so I an look at a log file.

    How much is figuring out which stack overflow thread they copied their code from?

  55. Not as much these days. I’m working against/with some Big Data scala written by academics who’ve never written a damned thing for production.

  56. Honestly, I actually enjoy stuff like this. It’s the school funding formula, and running different scenarios. It’s just I’m running into the limitations of Excel. There is minimal documentation and a lot of direct references for various equations that were suddenly wrong when the rows got reordered. So I have to compare my results to my bosses results, and figure out where things got screwed up.
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    have you used minitab? Its much more robust excel kind of tool. Mostly focused on stats but if you’re a math person its pretty intuitive.

  57. I have not. I’ll give it a look.

  58. I wish I were a math person.

  59. CoAlex and Leon, remember: Indecision is the key to flexibility.

  60. I wish I were a meth person.

    Maybe if you listened to Tool more.

  61. LOL, thanks JAY!!

    The internet is full of garbage, however, I will always and forever enjoy a good meme.

  62. Spreadsheets are a strong area. I came up with a big one that tracked employee production in the facility I worked in once, printed out several pages tacked together on a bulletin board so you could see when folks worked, what they did, what the weekly bonus (before penalties) was, etc. Actually wound up getting used by other facilities in the company because I designed it to be easy for someone with minimal training and understanding to use (which was the case when I’d go on vacation).

    Wound up doing a couple other projects like that while I was there. Facility’s closed now, company’s been on the decline for quite some time–no connection to me, I’m sure. I wonder if they still use my sheets anywhere or they finally upgraded their systems to something less clunky than spreadsheets.

  63. Honestly, if you know excel, especially if you know how to use VBA and some of the more advanced features, you should never want for a job.

  64. I know both. I have never lacked for employment, I have lacked for enjoyment.

  65. Both skills have come in handy. I’ve had other things holding me back though, some I didn’t realize and some not entirely within my control, but also a few that are solely my fault. It certainly has given me options, though.

  66. Leon needs to be a gentleman farmer. Except he does all the work and doesn’t have to worry about making money outside the “farm.”

  67. That’s the retirement plan, Mare. I could try to profit at it, but even the people I buy my CSA meat from have day jobs. They could have a lot of debt, I suppose, and they work at Tractor Supply, so they could just want the discount.

  68. I bet people who work at TSC know people who can get shit done.

  69. That too.

  70. TSC in Connecticut didn’t have Winter Rye seed for sale. Fuckin’ phonies.

  71. LOL

  72. I have some winter rye, here!

    *hands over beasn’s milkweed seeds.

  73. This made me LOL

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

  74. FIL is back in town this weekend.

    F that loser in the goat ass. I had to ask him not to get high around my kid last time. For real, he thinks that’s ok.

  75. Damn, MJ, that sucks.

  76. We saw an old Chrysler Cordoba today.

    Remember Corinthian leather?

    Know where it came from?

    New Jersey.

    Chrysler invented the term.

  77. MJ, he’s a stupid hippie.

  78. And selfish too.

  79. https://tinyurl.com/y3v3qurd

  80. I’m over here, so I’m gonna blaze up if that’s ok.

  81. HOLY SHIT. Were you nice about it or did you pitch a fit, MJ? This is one of those situations where you might have to make noncompliance extra painful. You just know he’s going to try it again.

    One time when I was living in Hartford, this fat Irish fuck from across the street was hanging out with us and I saw him spark up a goddamn CRACK pipe in my living room. I flipped my wig and told my boyfriend that was the last time that pos could come over to our house. And it was.

  82. Corinthian leather assless chaps could be thing.

  83. Jeez. Until viewing the above clip, I’d managed to avoid Greta Whoever. She has serious mental problems. Her delivery is just like Dobby the elf in Harry potter.

  84. Comment by scott on September 26, 2019 5:12 pm
    Corinthian leather assless chaps could be thing.

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    For whom?

    Scott, do you want to tell us something?

  85. Suppose leather assless chaps sell for $100.

    What would you be willing to pay for Genuine Corinthian Leather Assless Chaps?

    A lot more I bet.

  86. Ohhhhh, hifalutin gays marching in the next climate change parade are going to want the best assless chaps on the market.

  87. Small-batch, gluten-free, artisanal, cruelty-free, fair-trade genuine Corinthian Leather Assless Chaps.

  88. Leather is expensive, good chaps are $300 to $400.

  89. JACKPOT

  90. I’m going to try making MJ’s curry chicken recipe tomorrow before work. Terrifically excited. I got all the supplies except the jasmine rice.

    MJ, any guideline on how much curry paste per lb. of chicken meat? I have a couple 4 ounce jars.

  91. Hotspur, that video was awesome. Good on Homan. These motherf*ckers work for us and act like they are royalty.

  92. HOLY SHIT. Were you nice about it or did you pitch a fit, MJ? This is one of those situations where you might have to make noncompliance extra painful. You just know he’s going to try it again.
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    I sat him down and told him that he can’t come here and get high. He has to take pain pills so I let that go. I just made sure we all know when he’s taken his ‘medicine’ so that he understands he’s not fooling anyone.

    Good luck with the curry!

    4 oz per 4 servings sounds about right. If your hind quarters are on fire the next day then you should have used less. LOL

    It’s a bit of a guessing game at first. Some curry paste is pretty hot, some is just flavorful.

  93. lauraw, do you have an easy recipe for pickling peppers? I’m looking around at some but would prefer to ask someone who has eaten what they pickled and lived.
    I just picked a couple of dozen sweet banana peppers and have another couple of dozen in the fridge.

  94. Milkweeds?

    If anyone wants some, let me know and I’ll send you some pods.

  95. What kind of pickles do you want to make? Fermented, vinegar, or sweet pickles?

  96. He’s such a dick. He lectures me for hours on British history and when I tell him that I literally have a BA degree in what he’s talking about it’s as if he doesn’t notice. Just plows on and on and on. Half the time he’s horribly mistaken about timelines, events, etc.

    He’s the guy that tried to convince me that democratic socialism is all about equality of opportunity not equality of outcome.

    He also tried to tell me that communism is a right wing form of government.

    LOLGF old man. Eat a dick, gargle with lemon bear juice, and then massage your belly button micro penis.

  97. I had to ask him not to get high around my kid last time.

    I’m not as nice as you. I’d tell his ass if he did it again, that would be the last time he’d be allowed over.

  98. *slaps money on table

    $750 to the gender fluid trans queer two spirit demi boy that finds me a pair of corinthian leather assless chaps.

  99. Laura….hmm, vinegar. We don’t like sweet pickles. When I buy pickles it’s usually kosher dill.

  100. Romacita Bonita posted this recipe for a sweet&spicy pepper relish over at the recipe blog a while back:

    https://hostagerecipes.wordpress.com/2016/03/31/papas-pepper-relish/

    I generally don’t pickle peppers. With dead ripe, red sweet peppers I make a salt-free version of massa de pimentao, which is like if you made tomato paste but with peppers instead. Concentrated sunshine. I rub it on all the things before roasting, and drop it into soups too.

    The rest of the peppers I roast, or chop and freeze for using in winter.

  101. They don’t have to be ‘canned’ per se. I’m okay doing a small batch and gnawing on them out of the fridge til they’re gone.

  102. Most of the excess I’ve been chopping and putting in the freezer. Thought I try my hand at some pickling since Mr. B. likes him some pickles.

  103. OK, so like mancini pickled peppers?

  104. Hold on, let me find my ball pickling book. They have really good, tested recipes. You should be able to do this as a tart vinegar pickle in a pot of boiling water, without a pressure canner.

  105. Lol, MJ!

  106. I love it when Ace says “The fiercely heterosexual Corey Booker.”

  107. Dang Beasn, I can’t find anything in this book for peppers that isn’t either for hot peppers or loaded with lots of sugar. Sorry.

    I’m sure there’s some simple vinegar-water ratio you can use and either make refrigerator pickles or a simple boiled jar pickle. But not in this book.

  108. I discovered Christone “Kingfish” Ingram today.

    He’s 20 years old..

    https://tinyurl.com/y59ff28f

  109. Yeah, cruising around the internets, I’m seeing only one maybe, boiled, then fridge it recipe.
    Thank you for looking, though!

  110. Hey W’s, that video of your hike in NC went viral!

    https://tinyurl.com/yyq3x9q4

  111. OK if you’re doing refrigerator pickles, just off the top of my head: I would just put a 50/50 white vinegar/ water solution in a big saucepot, maybe five cups each based on how many peppers you have. Add a coupletree cloves of crushed garlic and a small handful of black peppercorns mixed with coriander and maybe a tablespoon each of salt and sugar, and boil for five minutes. Strain out the spices (or not), and add enough sliced peppers (maybe a thinly sliced onion, too) to just fill to the water line, and simmer until soft. Jar them up, seal with clean lids and let cool to room temp before tossing into the fridge.

  112. I discovered Christone “Kingfish” Ingram today.
    He’s 20 years old..
    —————–

    Whoa

  113. Kingfish should eat more fish.

  114. He’s a prodigy because he needs to squeeze a full career into his pre-heart attack years.

  115. Actually, now I think on it, peppers are so full of water, do a 60/40 vinegar/water ratio. 6 cups of vinegar and 4 cups of water. Something like that will work better.

  116. Comment by Pupster on September 26, 2019 7:15 pm
    Hey W’s, that video of your hike in NC went viral!

    https://tinyurl.com/yyq3x9q4

    Graceful as cats. Slinky, silent woodland pumas. SYWM, forevermore.

  117. let me find my ball pickling book
    —–
    -gulp-

  118. Hahahahaaa

    No. That would look terrible all lined up in glass jars on the pantry shelf.

  119. Oh, I don’t know…add a sprig of juniper, some purple onion slices, bay leaves, peppercorns, you just don’t know how pickled balls would present until you explore the studio space a bit.

  120. Jimbro prefers non-pickled bals.

  121. Floyd’s balls google search is still funny.

  122. I only wash my balls down with Busch beer.

    In light of the crackdown on the guy who raised money for the Children’s Hospital I’m boycotting Anheuser-Busch products which is going to be incredibly easy.

  123. you don’t have to boycott busch light for ball washing. feature.

  124. The Register is still trying to cover up the fact that they contacted AB about it.

  125. Someone going to a company you have a relationship with, and trying to get them to drop you because of some nonsense you wrote when you were 16 years old, is perceived rightly as a shitheel cowardly weasel micropenis move, by most people.

    The thing about progressives is, they actually believe it is a righteous act. They do it proudly. You almost can’t get further apart in terms of how we perceive human character and virtue.

  126. Bud Light Platinum, ima miss you. But your parent company execs went a bridge too far.

  127. I almost understand what AB did. Cowardly as hell, but I ALMOST understand.

    Not rolling it back now? There’s the bridge for me.

  128. They did it for the ‘common good’ donchaknow. Because someone dredging up 8 year old social media riffing on something from Comedy Central to destroy the better thing of raising money for sick children…when he could have taken all that money and run.

    F*ck you, you worm. GFY and DIAF.

  129. Disappointments easily rattled Patrick.


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