Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Thursday Skull Blogging

Some of our readers have come to expect regular skullingtons, so here's the "Skulls" exhibition at the California Academy of Science, July 2003.

UPDATE: Bonus Crania
Since the topic of Ricky Swallow came up in the comments, here's his "We the Sedimentary Ones" (hoicked from here).

15 comments:

mikey said...

Fragile enough to shatter on contact, robust enough to withstand shocking abuse.

The Human Skull.

Challenging inhumanity since time immemorial....

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Teh skell to the right is sabre-tooth, right?
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mikey said...

I'm pretty sure it's my ex-wife, Thunder...

merc said...

What if, and I'm just sayin'...I had no skull, just you know, sayin.

/small voice/ because it is all about ma.

Substance McGravitas said...

Sorry my friend, the Kree totally kick ass on the Skrulls.

Smut Clyde said...

Teh skell to the right is sabre-tooth, right?
Mouse-over titles, sir!

robust enough to withstand shocking abuse.
These days I no longer start the morning by picking bits of broken bottle and other people's teeth out of my scalp.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

The left is the back wall of the popular Zombie pub, the Skull and Brain.

Plus, the song currently playing is "Take The Skinheads Bowling" which seems to be pertinent somehow.

Mendacious D said...

This is much better than the taxidermy exhibit at the Vancouver Museum.

fish said...

I don't find skulls to be good for blogging. Although keyboards made from human teeth do an adequate job.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Skullday is the best!

Fragile enough to shatter on contact, robust enough to withstand shocking abuse.

Delicate enough to contain a wealth of poetic talent, strong enough to withstand a blow with the blunt side of an axe head.

Smut Clyde said...

I don't find skulls to be good for blogging
How about if it came from Apple?

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Now I have a hankering for a Skullday potation.

tigris said...

Apple iPate?

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

I like the fact that after Apple has redesigned the human skeletal frame, the brain pan will be easily accessible through a removable, color-coded panel.

Odd. Everybody figured Gates was the Zombie.

Smut Clyde said...

Rear view of the iSkull.

By the same artist.

Not that he's obsessed or anything.