Monday, April 11, 2011

It's Just a Jump to the Right

"So" said Evangeline van Holsteren "I see that nazi's are back at the poles, then? Some people" and here she looked accusingly at Smut and I "said that they had vanquished them".
"Oh well" I said "you know them nazis, worse than..." an agricultural metaphor was needed here but as my agricultural knowledge began and ended at "Hey diddle diddle" it was a long silence.
"A bad thing" riposted  Smut.
"That's as may be" said Evangeline "but people who are still not out of the frame for the 'genetically altered towel dispensors' jape in the men's loo, last month might be willing to click a mouse for the purpose of ridicule"
So we mosey over to the nuthatch to find;

which is frightfully similar to that in my learned colleagues treatise from earlier.
But the true magic is to be found in:
India.
It's the wheel shapes people!!
However the best pic is here:

which manages to look high tech AND very half arsed, like an interdimensional spacecraft powered by underpants gnomes on bicycles.
And yet there are more wonders:
Polka dot orbs:
With the impression of the pen nib of the artist after he got bored colouring in the circles and things. He did not get around to putting a beard and glasses on the sun so lunchtime must have been close by.

And finally the All Prussia Go-Go Dancing With Balloons Finals.
Or are they the infamous Black Orbs? We present the evidence, you decide.
Not much point being Aryan supermen if you're as loopy as a breakfast cereal with a propensity for self importance that said goodbye to megalomania several parsecs ago.

16 comments:

Smut Clyde said...

my agricultural knowledge began and ended at "Hey diddle diddle"

Because of his expulsion AK missed out on "Old MacDonald had a Farm", which is an important part of the NZ pastoral curriculum.

Turns out that there's a more subtly-coloured version of the "Pez-dispensers-over-Nuremberg" picture in the Wickiana Collection of the Zurich Central Library. It seems to have many fine images of a usefully disturbing nature.

Another Kiwi said...

When one sees compelling evidence linking Nuremburg and New Zild, it is very hard to explain away. TEH EVIDENCE IS THERE, PEOPLE!!!

Smut Clyde said...

Look up, sheeple!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Well of course the military will attempt to harness the power of the orbs.

However, teh jokes are on them, the orbs will not allowed this use.
~

Jennifer said...

I thought it was just a jump to the left and then a step to the right.

Smut Clyde said...

Orb-related:

F. Lee Aeilts, BSEE, LLD, studied Quantum Physics at the University of Utah and discovered that our personal orbs are insidious and diabolical quantum-mechanical computers that we take with us between lives. Find out how you can get rid of the demon orb that disables you and ruins your lives. Discover the world of beings flying around us that our cameras can “see” but our eyes cannot.

guitarist manqué said...

Find out how you can get rid of the demon orb that disables you and ruins your lives.

Just a guess but I bet this would involve lawyers and alimony.

wv suggests stroplau may be involved also, too.

Substance McGravitas said...

However the best pic is here:Had the Tower of Babel been mobile it could have perhaps avoided divine wrath.


Also.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Dark Orbs; they can't be seen but balance the Universe.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

which manages to look high tech AND very half arsed, like an interdimensional spacecraft powered by underpants gnomes on bicycles.

Devo ISREAL!!!

vacuumslayer said...

I didn't know Devo's hats could fly. I learn so much from this blog.

vacuumslayer said...

B^4, I hate you.

SHAN'T!!!!!!!!!

Smut Clyde said...

If someone with too much time on bus journeys were to animate the image, I imagine the vimana telescoping rhythmically up and down like a bellows as the propellors whirl and the vehicle travels smoothly along.

Smut Clyde said...

Also.
I see your Kirby & Dots and raise you John Ptak's "History of Dots" series.

Substance McGravitas said...

That cuts into valuable McGee cut-up time.

Smut Clyde said...

Had the Tower of Babel been mobile it could have perhaps avoided divine wrath.

Behold teh US Air Force covering up the evidence of a crashed Vimana.