Saturday, July 23, 2011

Vintage Pic of the Day - 7/22/11

Today's VPotD asks us that all-consuming question we all now have had to face...

The horror.  The horror.  ;)

Friday, July 22, 2011

Zombies in Colorado Springs!

 If you haven't heard this already, you're gonna love this one.  According to the Denver Post the other day, some "hacker pranksters" (lol)  evidently broke into the digital road signs along some of the roads in Colorado Springs and reprogrammed them to inform incoming motorists "BEWARE! ZOMBIES AHEAD!".

 No, I swear I'm not making this up.

Apparently, there's been an increase of these types of pranks over the last few years all over the United States.  All of them warn of anything from "Zombies" to "Strippers" to "Zombie Strippers"  (no, I'm not kidding).

I gotta tell ya, leave it to the generations of today to think of hilarious (and somewhat insane) ways to prank.  Our parents kidnapped the mascots from their rival college... us?   We warn the interstate of an impending Zombie Apocalypse.  The one who puts "Raiders Attacking Oil Refinery, Next Left" gets 10 points.

By the way, "The Walking Dead" starts season 2 on October 17th.

There. See how I did that? ;)

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Vintage Pic of the Day - 7/2/11

You likely already know I'm a freak for vintage 1940's/50's stuff.  I also love humorous Photoshop picture editing.

You can see where this is going.

One of the new segments you'll see on my blog is our occasional "Vintage Pic of the Day" where you'll see some of my own blend of vintage humor peek through.  Some if it may also be unedited pics or ads that I come across as well.

Hope you get a kick out of it as we do these.  Starting with this one:

Whoah!!! Where Did I Go?! What Happened Back There?!

 Wow, I believe I pulled the proverbial short-straw in the game of Life back there.  Correction... the straw was also connected to a grenade.
  In the past two weeks, I not only had a near-bout of diverticulitis again, I also had a blood clot in my arm as a result of a RedCross blood drive.

Seriously, WHO SAYS THAT?!

  Apologies for my disappearance off the grid.  Though I still feel like a was given an overdose of Rad-Sickness and look like the Bikini Islands after the nuke testing, I'm still alive.  So far, anyway.

I think we can now continue our broadcast as originally intended...