Archive for October 13th, 2007

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Assicons

October 13, 2007

SOCIAL NETWORKING SIMPLIFIED…

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“Butt-In” by: Anemi Easy, circa: October, 2007

BE SOMEBODY, heY!

(_!_)=regular ass
(__!__)=fat ass
(!)=tight ass
(_o_)=ass hole
(_*_)=soar ass
(_x_)=kiss my ass
(_X_)=NOT in my ass
(_Zzz_)= tired ass
(_E=Mc2_)=smart ass
(_$_)= money coming out ur ass
and my fav
(_?_)= dumb ass

“EVERYBODY IS UP TO SOMETHING, heY!”

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~ Anemi (van Gogh)

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Before They Were Famous

October 13, 2007

THEN and NOW?

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Everybody knows comedian Don Novello best for his work on Saturday Night Live as “Father Guido Sarducci.” But, did he get his start “whistling” for your attention to visit the concession stand at the drive-in movies? Hmm, you decide…

“WHISTLE-POP” 1960 Popcorn Ad

More on “whistling” by Father Guido…

On The “Missing” Commandments: There were actually more than ten, but Moses was old and grumpy, and after he broke the tablets he could only remember the negative ones. “Don’t do this. Don’t do that.” The truth is, most of them were more like advice. The Twelfth Commandment, for example, was “Whistle while you work.” (People think its from Disney, but Disney stole it from God.)

BOCCE BALL MY WAY (SNL) by FATHER AARDUCCI

Don, born January 1, 1943, is still very much entertaining us all and currently lives in Marin County, CA. His sister-in-law, Antonia Novello, was Surgeon General of the U.S. from 1990 to 1993, and could not be reached for comments on the recently exposed ill-effects of “huffing” microwave popcorn vapors. (Don Novello’s Official Website)

“EVERYBODY IS UP TO SOMETHING, heY!”

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Some prefer “meatier” snacks!

~ X Anemi

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Duck and Cover

October 13, 2007

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Duck & Cover – 1940’s Instructional Vid

“Duck and Cover” was a suggested method of personal protection against the effects of a nuclear bomb, which was taught to generations of US school children from the late 1940’s through the 1980’s, many assisted by “Burt the Turtle” here. Immediately after seeing the flash (which, of course, would be the last thing they would ever see), they had to stop what they were doing and get on the ground under some cover—such as a desk, or at least next to a wall—and assume the fetal position, lying face-down and covering their heads with their hands. Paranoia was understandably high at the time, and while “assuming the position” would effectively be useless if hit, the PR was invaluable in calming nerves. Today, the focus is directed toward areas prone to earthquakes and tornadoes, and; “Drop, Cover and Hold On” is suggested, time and wits permitting.

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The children here are indeed perched atop the Bikini Atoll, present day, and the bomb in the background is as follows: On July 25, 1946 at 8:34 a.m. local time, Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands was rocked by the underwater detonation of a 23 kiloton atomic bomb. This was the second test explosion of Operation Crossroads, a test conducted by the United States Navy to study the affects of nuclear weapons on ships, equipment, and material. The first detonation (Test ABLE) had taken place on July 1, with an aerial detonation of nuclear device at an altitude of 520 feet. The July 25 underwater detonation (Test BAKER) used a device anchored 90 feet underwater, sealed in a watertight steel caisson. For the test, a target fleet of 90 vessels was assembled, including old and surplus U.S. warships as well as three captured German and Japanese ships.

“EVERYBODY IS UP TO SOMETHING, heY!”

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~ X Anemi