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• Censorship is ugly, but still not the ugliest bird in the sky. Happily, this has never been necessary.

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1. Whoever came up with the idea that a 10’ x 10’ square of concrete is a reasonably-sized patio to place just outside a home’s back door should be shot.

    TAGS:  concrete, patio

Scientists recently discovered many of the chemical bonds found in concrete to also be present in humans, leading speculation in the pharmaceutical industry to the future availability of the so-called “anti-stubborn” pill; Dr. Mengli Bhottwano, lead scientist for the ChemCow team working on the project was quick to point out that a solution is still many years away, adding, “Despite all the testing on the Humacrete™ process, to date not one human has been successfully restructured into an attractive bird bath, although it should be noted that several quality human Buddhas have been created.”

    TAGS:  inventions, Buddha, concrete, humacrete, scientists, pharmaceuticals

older but no wiser :: 'mouse

You'd think that by this time, Juan would know better than to start a day-long project involving concrete that has to be completed in a single pass sometime before 4pm Sunday afternoon.

    TAGS:  concrete, remodeling, stupidity


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