Oh, great. Now I have a blog! Now I have to take care of it every day! Writing as if everybody in the world will read it when probably nobody in the world will.
Maybe I'll bring one of those next time you and Dew and I get together... ;-)
What the AP/UPI/Reuters didn't know was that, due to economic troubles in Russia, this photo that was released to Western journalists to show Moscow's military might, was simply a camo painted Tonka truck placed directly over the Russian leader's shoulder, carrying an 11 oz. "Chock Full O'Nuts" coffee can.
"Nyet, comrade, I cannot see anything through this.""Vladimir, you idiot, it's because you left the lens cap on!"
As soon as this picture hit the news stands, automotive customizers in East L. A. were bombarded with requests to add industrial-strength hydraulics to customers' 12 ton trucks...
A former Soviet Premier once tried to bully "The Iron Lady" Margaret Thatcher by talking about the 800 mile range of his ballistic missiles, but she was undeterred. She knew the range was probably something more like 500 miles.
Eager to boost his struggling nation's fledgling film industry, President Medvedev poses for a promotional poster for "Transformers III: To the Bolsheviktors Belong the Spoils".
...and remember, Comrade Commander, at Nikita Yaroslav's Paint and Body, for only 69 rubles, I can paint that missile launcher!
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