Sunday, June 28, 2009

Forest moon

See, it's a picture of the moon over a bunch of trees. It is not a picture of the forest moon of Endor as seen in Star Wars: Return Of The Jedi. Crikey, mate.

Anyway... Humouroceros

Baby birds

Why do baby birds always look pissed off. I was just wondering.

Anyway... Humouroceros

Thursday, June 25, 2009

The Joker?

A picture of the Joker as a baby? I don't know but stranger things have happened.

Anyway... Humouroceros

Sunday, June 21, 2009


So how many times can you destroy the earth? Big news on the Internet (well, on Yahoo) is another doomsday movie coming this November called 2012 and it was directed by the guy who did Independence Day and The Day After. I think it is apparent that this dude has some issues but as long as the special effects are good I guess I can live with it. Anyway, this one is based on an ancient Mayan prophecy that says the world will end sometime in 2012. I gather that the details are a little sketchy, but leave it to Hollywood to throw some bang for the buck onto the screen, and just in time for Christmas too!

Over the decades Hollywood has bitch-slapped mankind (and the planet) with giant plants, giant frogs, giant monsters, giant radioactive hemorrhoids, various plagues, the sun, the moon, and all manner of rocks falling from the sky (this last one is actually possible so that's kind of neat), and that's not even mentioning those movies about the monkeys taking over. One has to wonder just what those movie moguls have against the earth. What sort of a charge do they get from blowing everything up every couple of years. It's sort of like back in the 50's and 60's in the Japanese cinema when every year or two Godzilla would show up to stomp the living daylights out of Tokyo. Back in the day I used to wonder why they bothered rebuilding. Of course I am older now and I understand that they rebuilt because there was money in that deal which is probably why a lot of time and energy is today being spent on toasting the earth, again. It is either that or maybe after a couple of years of reality television and infomercials it was just the right thing to do. Yeah, that works too.

Anyway... Humouroceros

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Finally; my UFO!

Finally got that picture of a UFO to work out. If you look close you can see it at the end of the wing, looking like a little light. It was blinking and everything and I found it to be almost a spiritual experience. Almost. I am, after all, not superstitious.

Anyway... Humouroceros

PS: if any UFO web-sites want to use this picture go ahead. You don't even have to credit it to me. Hey, we're all in this together.

Saturday, June 06, 2009

D-Day + 65 Years

So I popped open the information super-hi-way to check stuff out and catch up on the daily noise and what should show up but the D-day headlines on Yahoo. So the "stars" are there, are they? To Yahoo this is news, I guess, and anyone who watches "reality television" may care, but let's just stick to the important things from now on, how about? The Vets are the only important people there, and the "stars" don't count for nothin'. Just so we can keep that all straight.

Anyway... Humouroceros

PS: is it just me or does the French President look like a dirty old man when he is standing beside his wife? Just a thought.

Friday, June 05, 2009

London bridge is...

As you can see this bridge is not falling down, but since it is the Tower Bridge and not London Bridge, this is only to be expected. Keep your eye on the British. They keep trying to pull stuff like this. Typical.

Anyway... Humouroceros

Thursday, June 04, 2009

London-town II

See? It's a Ferris-wheel. I swear, those English are full of surprises! This circus atmosphere is totally unexpected. I wonder where they keep the tigers, the lions and the elephants (I know where the clowns are; I think they call it Parliment)? Eng-er-lund swings, indeed.

Anyway... Humouroceros