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The fragile and transitory nature of humour

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Holy crap. The missus and I are rolling on the couch laughing at this one.

 

It's a farmed Atlantic salmon judging by the look of the pale nasty flesh. But man, this was a funny video.

 

Post Script: Wild Salmon are low in mercury and the God Mercury.

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It looks like the show "Mythbusters" is finally ending after a decade and a half run.

 

Per the actually alright Entertainment Weekly interview.

 

http://www.ew.com/article/2015/10/21/mythbusters-ending-interview

 

I've enjoyed the show and if I'm scrolling through the channels, I'm sure to pause for one segment at least. With that said, the show certainly hit its Zenith 7 years ago or so and has trailed off since with the busting of every logical myth being long since gone.

 

I dug the jab at crappy reality show programming in the interview.

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A Chinaman goes to see the eye doctor. After the exam the doctor said, "I know why you're having trouble." The Chinaman says, "why?" Doctor said, "you have a cataract." Chinaman says, "no, I have a Lincoln Continental."

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So Tied,

I'm having a bad week.

But.

I want to put life in proper perspective.

If.

Good weed,

Vodka and Beer

And home made Cheesebugers.

I dunno if life gets better than that.

\

Life's like a bowl

Savor it. For perfect hits may be short lived

But they are eternal in memory. While one waits to be reloaded

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I guess I'm not a druggy when someone says "Life's like a bowl"

 

I automatically think a bowl of food like chili or a cereal.

 

Then when I go through my checkdown list the options are Super Bowl, fruit bowl, dog's water bowl, toilet bowl, bowling alley.

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