For reasons unknown to the whole family except for WifeGeeding, during the middle of supper, she decided to take out her prosthetic-eye and place it on top of the watermelon. We all thought it was pretty out of place but pretty funny. She finished dinner eye-less, which is probably something you can’t write about your wife. And yes, that’s a smiley face on it, it’s not visible when it’s in her ocular cavity. Usually, she has her initials in that place, but her ocularist opted for a smiley face last time.
I could do without ever seeing another Uber Eats commercial again. I hope to never hear Return of the Mack ever again.
I haven’t spent much time researching it, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen a photo of President Trump with his sleeves rolled up. He prefers to wear a polo type shirt in those type of situations.
This sentence took me a little while to process: An Alabama man who calls himself a witch has been charged with kidnapping the toddler son of a missing Georgia woman, the Sun-Sentinel reports.
This sentence also took me a little while to process: An Arkansas farmer disguised himself as a woman to sneak into a cemetery and deface the grave of his longtime nemesis with animal carcasses, police say
Lego piece falls out of New Zealand boy’s nose after being stuck for two years – Sameer Anwar’s parents thought the lost piece of Lego was long gone – until their son took a great big sniff of a plate of cupcakes
Yet another story which reminds me of The Simpsons episode in which homer stuck a crayon in his nose when he was a kid.
I wonder if Jaws is her favorite movie.
Just a new form of window shopping?
To save you a click, massages are allowed.
I’m reminded of a certain Wheel of Fortune segment on a South Park episode.
Don’t watch this, I repeat, do not watch this YouTube clip if you are easily offended, marginally offended, know nothing about South Park, or do not like South Park humor.
How the US government built a top-secret iPod right under Steve Jobs’ nose –
Only four people at Apple knew about the project at the time
For a period of time starting in 2005, Apple allowed two US government contractors to work in its offices to develop a custom version of the iPod — but exactly what that iPod would do was a mystery, and remains so today, as shared in this fascinating story by former iPod engineer David Shayer that you should go read.
Listed for $350,000, the 2,465-square-foot home has two bedrooms, two baths and — what’s this about picture #30? — a secret prison.
According to House of Brokers Realty, hidden away inside 203 E. Morrison is the former Howard County jailhouse, originally established in 1875. It’s equipped with nine cells, a booking room and a toilet.
“The cell door lock throws appear to be operational,” reads the ominous caption of the property listing.
America Has Two Feet. It’s About to Lose One of Them. – For decades, U.S. metrologists have juggled two conflicting measurements for the foot. Henceforth, only one shall rule.
How big is a foot? In the United States, that depends on which of the two official foot measurements you are talking about. If it comes as a surprise that there are two feet, how about this: One of those feet is about to go away.