Malvertising Troublemaker

This is cool! All of my malvertising tweets were turned into a music vid to Weezer’s Troublemaker.

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Train Surfer Supernovas

Some dumbass climbed atop a train for some good ol’ train surfin’ and he caught fire when he was electrocuted. This from TomoNews:

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This is For the SeaWorld H8rs

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For all the blackfish activists that love to say that whales should be released back into the wild. Sure! They seem tasty enough. Fujian fisherman drives off with catch, a 2,000 kg whale shark...

Darien Ga

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Long road trip today. We stopped for seafood in little Darien GA. Meal was good as was the view!

CISSP Clownage

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As I’d mentioned before, the new head of ISC2 once threatened to have my CISSP revoked because I dared to rightfully criticize the terroristic actions of another fellow member. Now this video below really...

Congratulations President Mom Britches

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Mom-jeans wearing, teacher’s lounge, inept President has brought back the Cold War. Even the Media is beginning to turn. Time Magazine has an all-red cover welcoming back Cold War II. Meme, updated. @lachlan @charlescwcooke...

Great Thomas Jefferson Tweet

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This is a pretty good collection of pearls of wisdom from Thomas Jefferson. Lots of people should take heed of this advice. Thomas Jefferson’s ten life rules pic.twitter.com/RUdJe4iMV8 — Life Tips & Tricks (@TipsForUDaily)...

Making Coffee in the ’60’s Was Tough on HouseWives

My favorite coffee is Folger’s K-cups. When I first found Folgers in the market selling K-cups, I would have sworn that they had gone out of business. They went from a fresh coffee to an instant brand back in the ’70s, and I’d have never guessed that they survived the rise of Starbucks, the K-cup revolution and other advancements in quick coffee. But they did, and now it’s great. But boy, were they sexist back in the day!

1958 Grundy Virginia’s Centennial Celebration

This video actually features footage of my Grandparents. It was filmed during the Grundy Virginia 100 year celebration in 1958. There are Civil War re-enactors, women parading around in Victorian era garb, coal miners, good ol’ boys, mountain men and city fathers. And the guy filming this seems to know absolutely everyone.