Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Random Flickr Blogging #3352; or, Happy Birthday to jules Flickr Blogging

A special occasion calls for some special Random Flickr Blogging.

Hi, jules! I tracked down famed actor David Hedison to send you birthday greetings. "Hi, how ya doin'?"
I also rounded up a bunch of tailgaters to wish you a happy birthday. *belch* *fart* *burrrrrp* "Wooooooo! Packers!" *burrrrrp* *fart*
I was going to get Buddha, too, but he was in the middle of some Bill Hicks DVDs.
You know Bill Hicks would have appreciated a great advertising c*ck-up like this one: "We wanted a picture of Pope Boniface, not Mr. Bananaface! Arrrrrgh."
I don't care how excrementally runny Albert Einstein is, he still shattered the Newtonian worldview, dammit. And he still wishes you a happy birthday.
Shoes for industry, comrade! Well, for bowling, anyway.
For your birthday I got you a Singapore Fish. This is not just some wall-mounted talking bass, oh no. When activated, this fish turns and recites the entire "Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock." Pure class. The women won't be talking of Michelangelo once they've seen this baby, oh no.
These people are leavin' on a hip plane, thank you very much.
And what would a birthday be without a little NIGHTMARE FUEL?
Or some taco salad? We all know that the taco salad reached its highest expression in the hands of the Episcopalians, but hey, I'm sure the Methodists' is pretty good, too.
"Happy Birthday, jules. I, your totem animal, send greetings on this special day. But first, let me finish scratching my butt on this rock." *scritch scritch scritch* "Ahhhh."

(Oops, almost forgot: Random Flickr Blogging explained here; photos from here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.)


It's my birthday and I'll ROTFLMAO if I want to...

I'm so touched. Or tetched. Thanks, Nash!!!!
Jules grows old, Jules grows old, I shall wear my trousers rolled...
...as the caissons go rolling along.

My pleasure, jules -- glad ya liked it.
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