Because you believed what you read in the newspaper.(Photo from "The Morning Bulletin", Rockhampton, Australia)
Quotes can be taken out of context, or they can be in error. Continue reading “Why were 30,000 pigs floating down the river?”
You might feel a little sympathy for the guy
David Lee Walker was pissed off.
One morning, he went into a Wells Fargo bank in Greeley, Colorado and said he needed a loan for $2,000. Continue reading “Why did this angry man shut down a bank?”
What is this exactly? It could have been made
with fluorescent green on a landscape photo.
But it’s really part of the landscape. Continue reading “Was this beamed down by space aliens?”
It’s a question of orientation.
A man in New Zealand, using a unique semantic defense, attempted to get out of a charge that he was filming down a woman’s blouse. Continue reading “Up or down, his secret boobie pics still illegal”
I found this photo but know nothing about it except it was labeled Sottosopra, which means "upside down" in Italian. Continue reading “The upside down room optical illusion”
Using the deception of an optical illusion
for a public safety campaign
Organizations promoting safe driving in Canada created a campaign to slow down drivers at intersections where there are more likely to be children. Continue reading “Slow down or you’ll kill that flat kid”
|Use hookers to reduce rents with their|
undesirable presence in the neighborhood.
Continue reading “Make your rent go down with fake prostitutes”
"The largest of the Rocs picks her up by the skirt."
The comic strip The Upside-Downs of Little Lady Lovekins and Old Man Muffaroo was created by Gustave Verbeek and published in The New York Herald in 1904. Continue reading “An upside down comic strip by Gustave Verbeek”