Saturday, November 28, 2009

Saint John's Catholic Church Bell

I had an 'in' to get into the bell tower.

After pulling back a hammer and letting it drop I wish I had an "in" with an audiologist.
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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Running with iScissors.

Featuring "Always iSharp" technology, ergonomic iGrips, and wireless!

$149.99

Available only at your local The Thing of the Moment Apple Store

(Magic Mouse and Mock Turtleneck Not Included)


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Monday, November 23, 2009

Paddy Murphy's ChrisTtVmas

Because nothing says Christmas like a poorly composed distorted image of your favorite local Irish pub!
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Saturday, November 21, 2009

Sometimes The Most Fun About Taking Photos

Isn't the image you get as much as being yelled at for going someplace you weren't supposed to be.
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Sunday, November 15, 2009

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

The Fate of the Universe

All matter will be converted to National Geographic Magazines.

Another The Thing of the Moment Desktop O' The Day
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The Thing of the Moment's Desktop O'The Day®

This image will also cleave your desktop into 2 sections allowing you to use the grater part for your pr0n icons, and the smaller part for your charitable works.

This image will also turn your screen into the facewarmer known as a glassblowers reheat oven and I'm having a male menopausal hot flash just looking at it again. This one belonging to the lovely Ken and Linda Perrin of Atlantic Art Glass in Ellsworth, Maine. I may still owe them a disk of images many of which can be seen in this set: People at Work: The Glassblowers.

If you have a job that doesn't look as boring as mine and you'd like to have photos taken of it (that you may never actually get) to prove in your later years that you were once gainfully employed. Drop me an email. I work for free. (See line about you probably never getting your images)
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Sunday, November 08, 2009

The Thing of the Moment's Desktop O'The Day®

The Flatiron Building will neatly divide your desktop into your pr0n and non-pr0n icons OR if needed you can just have all your non-pron icons conveniently located under the awning of the building in the foreground.
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Tuesday, November 03, 2009