The bird eating rabbit

The bird eating rabbit, it sounds like the old joke “See the man eating chicken“:

See below, what a cute bunny . . . But sadly, cuteness does not count in the food chain . . .

Screaming for Mommy before being eaten

I’ve seen many a bunny rabbit being eaten and it you look closely at the second picture, it’s clear that Mr. Bunny rabbit is screaming for his Mommy.

I’ve heard rabbits scream when being eaten alive by cats, screaming as the kitty pulls strings of warm chitlins from their body.

The sound of a bunny screaming is a blood curdling “EEEEEEEEEEEEE” sound, very impressive

The scarlet letter cartoons!

It’s amazing how many people “don’t get” New Yorker cartoons, it’s almost like an IQ test!

I love this one:, very subtle, yet hilarious once you “get it”:

I know quite a few B’s . . .

And this one, subtle but quite funny!

But even the Scarlet Letter jokes can go too far:

My dog ate my homework

The old excuse that your dog ate your homework may be outdated:

My dog ate my homework

But fear not! This savvy site, has a great alternative, a service that will sell you corrupted MS-Word files.

Perfect for homework of any kind, sending a professor a corrupted Word file is guaranteed to buy you a few extra days to get your homework done!

A 700 years old street with no name

Awhile back Janet and I were cruising the English countryside when I backed our super-tiny rental car into a ditch!

We were in Holne, a 700 year old village in the Darrtmoor area of England. When we called the British equivalent of AAA we discovered that after 700 years they had not yet gotten around to naming the street!

While we were waiting we discovered the ancient Church house Inn in Holne, Devon, a wonderful place with SUPER food and really nice proprietors.

The Church house Inn is over 700 years old, founded in 1329 AD and its gets our vote for our favorite restaurant in Dartmoor Devon. Fantastic food, great friendly service and unique local dishes place the Church House Inn as the best restaurant in the Dartmoor Devon area. Chef John Hughes uses fresh local produce and even posts their daily suppliers of meat and poultry.

The authentic deserts (with Devon Cream) are superb, and this is a truly great find in a gastronomic wasteland. Its reputation is starting to get out as the best restaurant in Dartmoor, so reservations are a must.

Church House Inn
Holne, Devon
phone: 01364 631208

Fun Pirate Hunting Cruise in Somalia

The Pirate hunting cruise is here!

A friend recently alerted me to this great new adventure, hunting for Somalia pirates:

“To The Point is excited to offer the ultimate adventure cruise along the pirate-infested coast of Somalia!

We board our luxury cruise ship in Djibouti on the Gulf of Aden near the entrance to the Red Sea, and disembark in Mombassa, Kenya seven adrenaline-charged days later.”

Today, the best hunting is for escaped hogs, but hunting for pirates, that sounds like real fun. This pirate hunting cruise has a nice pirate hunting package, with reasonable prices for guns and ammo:

“Rent a full auto M-16 for only $25/day with ammo attractively priced at $16 per 100 rounds of 5.56 armor-piercing:”

Priate hunts supply weapons of your choice

Kill pirates or your money back!

A pirate hunting cruise may be like a whale watching cruise, no promises to see any. However, this pirate hunting cruise guarantees that you and your family will get to kill pirates, very nice:

“We guarantee that you will experience at least two hijacking attempts by pirates or you’ll receive an instant $1,000 refund upon arrival in Mombassa.

How can we make that guarantee?

We operate at 5 knots just beyond 12 nautical miles off the coast of Somalia, thus in international waters where pirates have no rights whatever. “

Kill those pirate dogs in safety and comfort!

They even offer testimonials by pirate hunters, and even kids can get confirmed kills:

“Six attacks in 4 days were more than I expected. I bagged three pirates, my wife nailed two, and my 12-year old son sank two boats with the mini-gun. This wonderful cruise was fun for the whole family” — Fred D., Cincinnati, OH

Image theft and international copyright law

Image theft and international copyright law do not mix!

Hardly a week goes by that some foreigner does not steal my articles and photographs!

Image theft is so rampant that I employ several attorneys actively working to protect my rights, but it’s very sad that international copyright law is almost impossible to enforce.

Even if you have a good legal case against somebody for image theft, they are usually judgment proof, scummy poor people who have nothing to lose. They will swipe your images with impunity . . .

For example, this foreign buttpipe stole entire web pages from me! He was so stupid that he forgot to change my name!

Remember, you post photographs of yourself on the web at your own peril, and don’t count on copyright protection to keep people from stealing your photographs.

U.S. Copyright law ends at the U. S. borders, and people in 3rd world countries can steal your photos and use them with impunity!

Image theft by Europeans

This poor fellow found his family facebook photo being used by some Eurotrash in Czechoslovakia without his consent!

Here was his facebook photo:

An unprotected image on facebook

And here it is, on some foreign shop window:

A photo stolen by Eurotrash

This is just another case of image theft, perpetrated by a bad Czech.

My experience with image theft

This type of image theft has happened to me, and I share their pain.

I posted this photo my myself on my web site, not thinking about how it might turn-on the gals:

Well, some women stole my picture and made pin-up posters of it without my knowledge or consent. . . . It’s the price I must pay for being a sex symbol . . .

Edible mammals and altruism

I studied altruism in my college psychology classes’ decades ago, and I remember the theory that Western civilization eschews eating animals that demonstrate human-like qualities like empathy, self sacrifice and altruism.

For example, we don’t eat dogs and horses because they are a “friend” to mankind, and antidotal evidence abounds of equine and canine altruism.

A dog or a horse will die to help you, and that’s why we don’t eat them.

This principle also extends to the “lesser” mammals (sheep, pigs, and cows) for whom we have no problem eating because they do not express any empathy or compassion for the suffering of others.

No altruism with cows

The behavior of cows reminds me of the uncaring behavior of the business world.

When cows get into a problem:

They can always count on another cow to come along and try to screw them: