Q:Clooney's bat suit was my first thought when I saw that comic, but between the Xanax and the painkillers (im in the hospital) I couldn't post coherently. Glad that you had the same snarky thought! :)
Thanks! I wanted to find a shot with George and Arnold that also highlighted the nipplage, but Google was no help. I almost bit torrented it just to search for the right shot to grab, but my commitment to a joke falls just short of that kind of madness.
Well, THAT joke. There are others that I have gone that far for.
I hope you get well soon. And don’t Bogart the oxies.
Scientists: Comet ISON likely didn’t survive sun encounter
AP: Scientist say Comet ISON likely didn’t survive its close encounter with the sun.
Images from NASA spacecraft showed Comet ISON approaching for its slingshot around the sun on Thursday, but nothing coming out on the other side.
In a Google+ hangout, U.S. Navy solar researcher Karl Battams said “ISON probably hasn’t survived this journey.”
Phil Plait, an astronomer who runs the “Bad Astronomy” blog, agreed, saying “I don’t think the comet made it.”
Image: In this frame grab taken from enhanced video made by NASA’s STEREO-A spacecraft, Comet ISON, left, approaches the sun on Nov. 25, 2013. Comet Encke is shown just below ISON, the sun is to the right, just outside the frame. (AP Photo/NASA)
How do we know it didn’t travel back in time to San Francisco in 1986 to save the whales?
I just got a report that a two dollar bill of mine was logged in to Where’s George. I believe it’s my most widely-traveled bill.
I wonder where the kid who used it for lunch money thought all the glitter came from. (Boy, that’s a convoluted sentence.)
very green. so two. much track. wow.
Filed under: things I didn’t know existed. @ Nama Sushi
Thanks, Faruk, for reminding me about the following little tidbit that I’ve been meaning to share here:
Pro Tip: When going to a strip club, use two dollar bills.
You get five times the attention for only twice the money. The ladies love them.
Plus, the other guys see the attention you get and put up two one-dollar bills at a time. Fives, even. So the dancers get a lot more money.
And it’s great to observe the anthropology of the situation.
I log mine in at Where’s George, as well, with a note for each that says “Plan to spend at strip club” so people who find them in the wild and log them in see that they had an interesting history.
I had stamps made to streamline the process and to make them stand out.
My favorite part is that there are two guys on the back who are talking to each other, so I make one ask the other, “Where’s George?”
This is my breakdown by year on Where’s George.
My activity dropped in 2008, the same year I joined Twitter. I guess it’s more entertaining to make dumb jokes on the internet than doing all this in an attempt to make strip clubs interesting.
Kally mentioned the strip club in Maine that only uses two-dollar bills. When I tipped with them, occasionally a woman would ask me if I was from Maine. That’s when I found out my idea wasn’t so original.
I still stand by this practice, however. My favorite part is seeing the other guys notice the enthusiasm I receive and observing, Jane Goodall-style, what they do about it. As previously mentioned, some start putting up two one-dollar bills at a time, and some put up five-dollar bills. But nothing compares to the reaction a two-dollar bill gets (if she hasn’t been jaded by the club in Westbrook, Maine, that is).
But no matter what, the women get more money.
You know who else didn’t serve soup?