Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Halloween costumes and role models

OMG . . . if I were a parent,
 this would be a nightmare!  

But I'm not a parent . . . so I find this cartoon hilarious :)

I'm sure the older guys will be all too happy to play
bad boy Charlie Sheen for Halloween.
  He's become a hero of sorts . . . 
nice role model, huh?

It also got me to thinking about
 Halloween costumes and role models in general.

Oddly, the first one that I thought of is the
 Richard Nixon mask that was the rage all those years ago.
  He even has the Pinocchio nose!

Wondering if the Obama mask
 will be popular this year . . .
trick or treat?

Being the dog lover that I am, my favorite
 Halloween costumes are for the dogs . . .

He's too cute!!

Friday, September 23, 2011

How Obama Ruined my Vacation

I recently went on a Vacation across the United States and met some awesome people.  Of course I took photos to remember the trip by.

In this first picture I ran into Johnny Depp.  I convinced my new buddy to dress in his Jack Sparrow outfit for a picture by the Golden Gate bridge.

What the hell??  Ok...well it is a picture of the president.

So then I went to the Grand is so majestic and awe I snapped a photo.

What the hell is this guy's problem.

Anyway, I then went to the Great Northern Plains to take some photos of the natives.  Very tough people.  It took me hours to get them to agree to pose for a group photo.

What a schmuck!!

There is a train that runs through some very cool tunnels in the Rocky Mountains outside Durango, Colorado.   Once per week a steam powered train passes through the tunnels.  It takes three days to hike to the perfect spot.

This idiot is everywhere except where he should be.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Embarrassment in Chief

I'm tired and extremely embarrassed
 of all the present politicians!

Not really humorous, but I love
 the caption on the first picture.

What is sad . . . there isn't one
 politician running who really
 speaks for me.

The joke is the person in office now.

Just my thoughts . . .