I'm going to cut the preamble here and get straight to the chase: what the hell is going on in this GIF? How did it all happen? Did a troupe of butterflies flap their wings really hard on the other side of the planet, and through the Super Chaos Theory cause this everyman's Cirque du Soleil? I don't even know where this comes from...or who filmed it, but I want to know what is going on. I need to know. Let's Zapruder this GIF.
For now, you can send your annoying telemarketers to my friendly and agreeable robot. It will happily chat with them for several minutes. Then take a moment to recognize the potential of this. If you had a Jolly Roger Telephone bot answering your phone, the autodialers will always think it’s a real person and cut through to an agent. Who cares if they figure it out in just a few minutes? Although typically it’s a lot longer – see my YouTube channel for samples. The point is the autodialers will cut through to an agent every time they hit one of these bots. That will break their business model. It will cut their outbound capacity dramatically.

On July 20, 1969, the Apollo 11 mission completed its journey to the moon. Although its crew of Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin, and Michael Collins were highly trained, there was a significant possibility of disaster, and everyone knew that the astronauts might not make it back.


In case the mission ended in tragedy, President Nixon had a speech on hand to deliver to the nation to address the demise of the astronauts. The speech was written by one of President Nixon’s top speechwriters, William Safire, and sent as a memo to Nixon’s chief of staff, H.R. Haldeman, the night before the mission. It was finally unveiled to the public in 1999.
Dad Shoes
Posted by subtek in strangely funny 2 years ago
Why do Dads love Dad Shoes so much?
The answer is twofold:
1. They are leather - Most sneakers are made out of different materials, but your dad knows that leather is the only sneaker worthy material.
2. They are white - My father always told me that if a shoe or article of clothing is black, then it will be very hot once it is exposed to the sun. In other words, if he bought black shoes his feet would roast in the summer time.

Allie Goertz and Julie Prescott talk to their favorite writers and comics about the Simpsons.

Most of the episodes are pretty solid, but dig around for a name you recognize for your first listen.

Six pictures make a solid point. Do you disagree?

Roland, court minstrel to 12th century English king Henry II, probably had many talents.  
 
But history has recorded only one.  
 
Referred to variously Rowland le Sarcere, Roland le Fartere, Roland le Petour, and Roland the Farter, Roland really had one job in the court: Every Christmas, during the court’s riotous pageant, he performed a dance that ended with “one jump, one whistle, and one fart”, executed simultaneously.  
 
For this, Roland was gifted a manor house in Hemingstone, Suffolk, and more than 100 acres of land. For farting on cue.
Written? Kitten!
Posted by smith in strangely funny 2 years ago
A write/reward site that shows you a picture of a kitten (or puppy or bunny) for every 100 words you write. An inspirational motivator for those of us who need it to get our writing done.
“We respectfully ask you not to include the hotel in mother AME photos. TY.”  
 
An insane message in our insane era. The implicit thought here is that, because a white supremacist killed nine people inside that church, the church is now toxic for the purposes of conducting commerce and promoting tourism to the extent that its very existence should be denied.
The campy old Batman television show put ridiculous explanatory labels on everything. This excellent Twitter feed collects them for your enjoyment.
Sausage Dog Chariot
Posted by bear in strangely funny 2 years ago
Sausages on a roll! Three exuberant, fun-loving miniature Dachshunds - with the combined stamina of an ox and speed of a Greyhound - give two family members a chariot ride with a difference.
Vintage Nuclear Toys
Posted by dorian in strangely funny 6 years ago
This was the most elaborate Atomic Energy educational set ever produced, but it was only only available from 1951 to 1952.
Melvin the Magical Mixed Media Machine is an epic Rube Goldberg machine takes pictures and makes videos of its audience as it sets things on fire and smashes ceramic hippos.  
 
replaces it with porn  
 
Imagine you're giving a presentation to the board of directors at your company. You have your PowerPoint slides all ready, you're projecting onto a 64 inch screen... what could possibly go wrong?  
 
Well, what would you do if your carefully composed presentation was replaced on the big screen by images of a naked woman? My guess is that you wouldn't know where to put your laser pointer..
This Documentary explores the world of three women who are sexually and emotionally attracted to objects. These so-called ‘objectum sexuals’ shy away from contact with other humans in favour of structures large and small.  
 
Naisho, an American woman, has been lovingly connected with the Golden Gate Bridge, has a fence for a lover in her bedroom, used to be in love with an archery bow and is now officially married to the Eiffel Tower.  
 
Together with Naisho and the documentary crew, a swedish woman introduces us to some of her lovers – a guillotine and a fence, and another American woman gives us an insight to her three greatest lovers in this world. A carnival fun ride, a church fence and the Empire State building in New York.  
 
It is a journey into the notions of love, tolerance, freedom of choice in our modern world, and a road towards understanding objectophilia better.