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NOTE: Everything in this article is against the law. If you do it, you will go to jail or something. Most of us think of graffiti as an urban art relegated to back alleys, rap album covers and all of New York City in the 1980s.
The population of this country is 300 million. 160 million are retired. That leaves 140 million to do the work. There are 85 million in school.
Jim Huggins: Some Humorous Stories The following is a collection of jokes, stories, and other miscellaneous information which I've accumulated over the years. Many of the original sources have been lost over time ... please feel free to mail me at email@example.com if you know the proper sources.
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For my day job, I work for a major feature animation studio, and one of their coolest and most dangerous policies is that any employee can submit a pitch for a movie idea. They're looking for what they call in the biz four-quadrant movies , or what you would think of as "family" movies: Something with enough wit or thrills to keep adults interested, but doesn't involve penis jokes or disembowelment. I've come up with quite a few ideas that were all unfortunately rejected. Not by management, technically, as I wasn't able to get as far as submitting them, but by my co-workers, who physically prevented me from hitting the "submit" button on the computer.
Here at Cracked, we go with what we know. For example, our daily site duties don't include guarding America's nuclear launch codes from the safety of our rampart-less Santa Monica office, or building federal highways in the shape of David Wong's head. But comedy sketches about the hidden Freudian symbols in Jurassic Park 3 and "15 Famous Kittens You Never Knew Possessed Telepathy"?
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John Cheese returns to the Cracked guest column, and this time he's taking more bullets for us than a bad guy within reach of Bruce Willis during a machine gun battle. First of all, Mr. Cheese is filling in for us on a Saturday while we train for our dark horse bid for the 2008 Olympic Decathlon. Additionally, he's reviewed the ten most revolting celebrity sex tapes ever released, thus saving us the embarrassment of admitting we watched them ourselves.
April 2, 2010 at 10:40 AM by Jeff Yeager | [ Don't Use So Much! That's the Green Cheapskate 's mantra. In an ongoing series of articles on The Daily Green, Jeff Yeager will show you easy ways to save money -- and the Earth's resources -- by cutting back on things you use every day.] I was never a big believer in feng shui, the ancient Chinese art of design and aesthetics intended to improve life by receiving more positive energy.
By the looks of it, illustrator Nathan Shields is more creative before noon than the rest of us are all day. At least that's our impression from seeing his intricate pancake art, which he posts on his blog, Saipancakes . Shields is also a stay-at-home dad living in Saipan, the largest of the many small landmasses that make up the U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Inspired by his own mother, who'd create "monster pancakes" for him as a boy, Shields decided to try and impress his own young children.
This prank is almost six years old, but we just heard about it and had to share it: In 2002, Dylan Reiff and Joe Korsmo began tracking the internet activities of Kolin, aka V. Gnome, an 18-year old computer gamer.