With Continual Reference to Justin Kahn.

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Some Wacky Pictures


The guys who redid the surface of the driveway put this caution tape up. Calm down people, it's only a driveway. Caution! Ha, ha! What, is it gonna blow up? Ohhh, I'm soooo scared.


Wacky alert! Oh, when I saw this on a drive, I pulled over b/c I had to take a picture. Elect Dolan! How--by voting? Like, I even vote!





Signs about what we don't have. That is some crazy stuff folks! Would you have believed it if you hadn't seen it? Notice the sign doesn't say "Caution Tape Free Zone."





Oops. Guess I shouldn't have thrown rocks at the driveway.










COI, Out.

13 comments:

marco said...

that sign you so foolishly mock is all that is keeping the Bush admin from invading cleveland heights.

Conrad said...
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Conrad said...

Hard to imagine anyone wanting to invade Ohio.

Still, Justin seems to be scraping at the barrel today. Hopefully just getting stuff off the sides and not the bottom. You know, like you would with a jar of peanut butter.

Mmmm... Peanut butter.

marco said...

Never heard of anyone wanting to invade Ohio? How about the British army and navy? Ever hear of a little war called the War of 1812, Bub? Well? Have you?

Mind Curry said...

lol..hilarious..but you shouldnt have thrown the rock.. look what you did..splashing all that muddy water..

Conrad said...

Marco:

Well, sure. But that was nearly two hundred years ago now, a time in which some value would have been attributed to the region. You know, before people had a chance to really muck it up.

Justin said...

I don't want to interupt the conrad-marco debate (mostly b/c I am not thinking clearly with conrad's remarks stinging like a million stingy things) but I'd just like to get confirmation that the war of 1812 was nearly 200 years ago.

Anybody?

marco said...

no one has invaded since because of the can of whoop-ass we Ohioans unleased on ye olde british navy during the battle of lake erie.

by my count, the war of 1812 was like 150 years ago max.

Conrad said...

Justin, you flatter me.

Marco: They did indeed lay some serious waste. I hardly think it's the fear of Ohioans keeping people at bay. Although, the sign is fairly intimidating the more I look at it.

Don't think I'm just slagging on Ohio, though. My home state of Pennsylvania is even more of a hellhole.

zohguy said...

That driveway actually exploded after you throwed some rocks?

(just kidding) :D

business voodoo said...

... today ... every time i see one of those political lawn signs i have the incredible urge to go to home depot, buy a can a spray paint and scrawl the word "WHY????!!!' all over them ...
i saw one the other day that said 'elect so-n-so' his reasons why ... "win the war on iraq" ... hmmmmm, i thought, i didn't think we were at war with iraq, i thought it was with terrorist ... definitely not a dude to vote for ... can't even get his facts straight ... must be one of these bush-republicans or what are they calling those masquerading as republicans now, neo-cons ... neither republican nor conservative but using the labels of both ideals and principles ...
keep up the good work!
peace & harmony,
elaine
'freedom must be exercised to stay in shape!'

Robyn said...

Howdy!

You have a great blog here - hope you don't mind me barging in!

Mind Curry said...

wasn't the war of 1812 in the two centuries ago?? sheesh..how time flies..