Technical Documentation Weirdness

From DarrenBarefoot...the funniest Canadian I almost know. If you are sensitive to exotic or potty humor, beware.

Comments (10)

  1. Jim S says:

    What could be funnier than a sign from a Khmer Rouge prison? Geesh.

  2. Darren says:

    Heh, thanks for the plug.

  3. HeatherLeigh says:

    Jim- that one is scary…definitely would not classify it as funny. I got the impression that the intent was to document oddness (my warning only pertained to certain ones that I thought people might find offensive…didn’t mean to imply that all were funny…sorry if it seemed that way).

    Darren-you’re welcome!

  4. Jim S says:

    Why apologize? This is your blog and you should be able to say whatever pleases you.

  5. Darren says:

    Indeed, they’re not all meant to be funny. I like the  juxtaposition of the occasional serious or thoughtful exhibit amongst the humour.

  6. HeatherLeigh says:

    Jim, I guess I need to be liked or at least not to be thought an insensitive jerk ; )

    Darren-I agree. I have to say that the the ones involving Furbies and pixies are my favorites. Maybe even suitable for framing.

  7. Jim S says:

    I was just joshing you.

    Either way, less talk and more show. Let’s see some photos already. At least show us your dog. And make it snappy.

  8. HeatherLeigh says:

    Hmm, I’ll have to think about that. I know my blog is pretty bland without photos and I, for one, am camera shy (as in "get that thing away from me"). I may have a good one of Jonas that I’ve taken recently.

  9. RJD says:

    OK, to answer the obvious question, radioactive animals are usually aged in a radioactive waste freeezer for several half-lives, then incinerated (depending on the isotope used).  Non-radioactive animals are incinerated upon pickup, and that freezer was obviously for non-radioactive animals ready to be incinerated.

  10. HeatherLeigh says:

    RJD….that was the answet to the obvious question? : )

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