The idle musings of a former military man, former computer geek, medically retired pastor and now full-time writer. Contents guaranteed to offend the politically correct and anal-retentive from time to time. My approach to life is that it should be taken with a large helping of laughter, and sufficient firepower to keep it tamed!
Monday, February 6, 2023
Memes that made me laugh 145
Gathered from around the Internet over the past week, with a bumper crop of balloon memes over the weekend! Click any image for a larger view.
Some very funny memes here - Thank You for sharing them with us. Particularly needed on a Monday.
The patch that's circulating on the interwebz around says "Float Around and Find Out" and has Winnie the Pooh under a broken balloon and an F-22 in silhouette. It's pretty funny.
We arrived in the Persian Gulf just after Hussein surrendered. The air wing immediately found someone to make them a patch that said "Operation Mop Up: No combat, no medals, no glory" and had a picture of a mop and bucket superimposed over a map of Iraq. So the military has a long history of making patches that make fun of ourselves.
Organic grounding = there was a live bug inside; it's now a dead bug.
As someone who grew up in Boston area... I can confirm!
I can Verify what Nitzakhon said. But it is NOT just Boston it is ALL of New England. Basically the point of view is if you were a local you'd know where are, if you don't know where you are you clearly don't belong here. Also local directions have a lot of "And then you turn left where the Esso Station used to be.." it is a challenge for non locals.
Good one... LOL
When in Dallas, Texas, I just pick a freeway going in the general direction I want to go.
The freeway system there looks a lot like the Boston street map.
One morning I checked on a thermal shock chamber performing a life test. There was hydraulic fluid on the floor, ice on the ceiling and roof, and over by the loading dock the tank of liquid nitrogen larger than a tanker trailer was now empty. Fortunately the oxygen sensor in the room was working.
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