Dragon Laffs #1357

Dragon Laffs 5

Good Morning Campers!
Got a great issue planned out for you today!
Let me hear from you and tell me what you think!

A really good infographic from our good friends at makeuseof.com

What kind of geek are you?  Is this not a great poster?
6 geek-types

This one is WAY TOO High Def to try to put here through youtube, instead, our good friend Karl has given us a link.  Really, go check it out!!
Thanks Karl

Be sure to have your sound turned on (and watch it in HD, full screen).
The hummingbird doing rolls chasing a bee is not to be missed.
Be sure to watch closely (around 2 min 40 sec) and check out the baby bat under its mother. Unreal.
If you never knew what goes on in the garden when you aren’t paying attention, watch this – some of the finest photography you will ever see.
Aren’t we lucky we are part of this world!?

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Karl shares a story with us that happened to him the other night…

I woke up to go to the toilet in the middle of the night and noticed a Muslim sneaking through my next door neighbor’s garden.
Suddenly my neighbor came from nowhere and smacked him over the head with a shovel, killing him instantly. He then began to dig a grave with the shovel.
Astonished I got back into
My wife said,
​”​Karl, ​you’re shaking, what is it?“​
“​You’ll never believe what I’ve just seen,”​ I said, “That Bastard next door still has my fucking shovel​!”

My buddy’s wife isn’t the brightest bulb in the box.
NOT the correct way to put oil in the car.

Thanks to Dad for this set….Signs seen …
If Life Is A Waste of Time,
And Time is a Waste of Life,
Then Let’s All Get Wasted Together
And Have The Time Of Our Lives
Armand’s Pizza, Washington, D.C.

Fighting for Peace is like
Screwing for Virginity
The Bayou, Baton Rouge, LO

No matter how good she looks
Some other guys is sick and tired
Of putting up with her shit!
Men’s Room
Linda’s Bar and Grill, Chapel Hill, NC

Express Lane:
Five beers or less.
Sign over one of the urinals
Ed Debevic’s, Phoenix, AZ

You’re too good for him…
Sign over mirror in Women’s restroom
Ed Debevic’s, Beverly Hills, CA

No wonder you always go home alone…
Over mirror in Men’s restroom,
Ed Debevic’s, Beverly Hills, CA





Interesting Facts you may not have known…is that Impish Dragon is from Indiana.  So it was really great when my buddy Rocky sent me these…

Interesting Facts you may not have known about Indiana.
Tomato juice was first served at a French Lick, Indiana hotel in 1925.

The first tomato juice factory was also in French Lick, IN.

The world’s largest orchid species collection is found at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.

The first regulated speed limit (20 – 25 mph!) was initiated on Indiana roads in 1921.
The steepest railroad grade in the world is in Madison, Indiana.

An average of 400 funnel clouds are sighted each year in Indiana.

The city of Gary, Indiana , was built on fill brought from the bottom of Lake Michigan through suction pipes. (that explains a lot)
There are only two Adams fireplaces in the United States.  One is in the White House and the other in the Diner Home in Indiana.

Josie Orr, wife of former Indiana Governor Robert Orr, flew bombers and cargo planes during World War II.

The Indianapolis Methodist Hospital is the largest Hospital in the Midwest.
One of the first complete bathrooms in Indianapolis was in the home of Hoosier poet, James Whitcomb Riley.

The career of Dorothy Lamour  (famous for the Bing Crosby-Bob Hope Road Movies) was launched in Indianapolis.

Aviatrix Amelia Earhart was once a Professor at Purdue University.

Crown Hill Cemetery ( Indianapolis ) is the largest cemetery in the U.S.

The library in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, houses one of the largest genealogy libraries in America.

Wabash, Indiana, was the first electrified city in the U.S.
Pendleton, Indiana, was the site of the first hanging of a white man for killing Indians.

The Courthouse roof in Greensburg, Indiana, has a tree growing from it.

The world’s first transistor radio was made in Indianapolis.
Clark Gable and wife Carole Lombard (born in Fort Wayne, IN ) honeymooned at Lake Barbee near Warsaw, Indiana.

The American Beauty Rose was developed at Richmond, Indiana.

Elkhart, Indiana, is the band instrument capitol of the World.
Frank Sinatra first sang with the Tommy Dorsey band at the Lyric Theater in Indianapolis.

Purdue Alumnus, Earl Butz, served as the Secretary of Agriculture. (there are lots of jokes about that)

U.S. 231 is the longest highway in Indiana (231miles).
Johnny Appleseed is buried at Fort Wayne, Indiana.

The singing McGuire Sisters spent their childhood summers at the Church of God Campground in Anderson, Indiana.

The main station of the Underground Railroad was in Fountain County, Indiana.
There are 154 acres of sculpture gardens and trails at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

La Porte County is the only county in America having 2 functioning courthouses.

Nancy Hanks Lincoln is buried in Posey County, Indiana.

Crawfordsville, Indiana ( Montgomery County ) is the only site in the world where crinoids are found. (What is a crinoid, you ask? A form of deep-water marine life that looks something like a starfish.)

Pendleton, Indiana, was the site of the ‘Fall Creek Massacre’. A museum housing 3500 artifacts of pioneer heritage now exists on that site.

St. Meinrad Archabbey is located in Spencer County and is one of only 2 archabbeys in the U.S. and seven in the world. (Abbey Press is an operation of the archabbey.)

A buzz bomb (German – WW II), believed to be the only one on public display in the nation, can be found on the Putnam County Courthouse lawn in Greencastle.

Roberta Turpin Willett was born in Indiana .

James Dean was born and is buried in Indiana .
The world’s tallest woman, Sandy Allen, lived in Indiana .
Red Skelton was born in Vincennes, Indiana .  (and was a proud Hoosier ’til the day he died!)

Mae West and Claude Akins were from Bedford, Indiana.

The inventor of the television, Philo T. Farnsworth, lived in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Forrest Tucker was from Pendleton, Indiana.
You can’t ship wine to Indiana. (So how does it get there?)

Bob Greise is from Evansville, Indiana and was quarterback at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN.

Toni Tenille (of The Captain and Tenille) is from Indiana.
Oprah Winfrey built her residence in N/W Indiana. 

Florence Henderson is from Indiana.

The much sought-after Hoosier Cabinets are an Indiana product.
90% of the world’s popcorn is grown in Indiana.
The Jackson Five are from Gary, Indiana.

The birthplace of the automobile, the pneumatic rubber tire, the aluminum casting process, stainless steel and the first push-button car radio was in Kokomo , Indiana . 

Frank Borman, NASA astronaut, born in Gary, Indiana. 

Pretty neat, huh? And you thought there was only corn in Indiana . Don’t forget, breaded tenderloin sandwiches are seldom found anyplace else!






Florida Republican Representative Trey Radel has pleaded guilty on cocaine
charges. That’s the difference between U.S. and Canadian politics. In the U.S.
there is so much money involved that our politicians don’t have to cheap out
and resort to using crack.

Hydrogen fuel cell powered cars are reportedly near mass production. The only
question is which country to we need to invade to get their hydrogen?

Madonna was listed as the highest paid musician in 2013, taking in $125 Million.
Miley Cyrus would have finished higher but her act pretty much means she is
officially listed as a stripper.

Big news from the Oxford English Dictionary. For all of you who don’t know what
a dictionary is, it’s a small portion of the Internet, printed out, kept on a shelf, and
opened once every three years during a Scrabble game.

Residents of a New Jersey town are complaining that a nearby Navy base is
playing the National Anthem too loudly every morning. The music is so loud,
the people living next to the base can barely hear what the people on “Jerry
Springer” are fighting about. In New Jersey, the only music that can’t be
too loud is anything by Sinatra or Springsteen. 

 Today a reporter asked Chris Christie, “What do you think of 2016?” And Christie
said, “I think it’s a good weight to get down to.”

 Happy Birthday to Vice President Joe Biden, who turned 71 years old Wednesday.
Biden wore a party hat, carried balloons, and ate cake for lunch. So he was
especially happy when they told him it was also his birthday.



WheatsAgain, my good buddy Wheats blesses us with his words.  You done good buddy!

Part of the beauty of this whole thing is that capitalism, in a sense, is working its magic while the obamacare nightmare eats its own.

In the United States, assume all ideas are of “equal” merit, for lack of a better way to put it. The statist approach vs. the private market approach get consideration and, arguably, the apparent polls showed about a 50/50 split in the love/hate relationship of those who wanted it vs. those who did not.

So out it came. And from the very first moment, it has failed. It has failed gloriously. It has reaffirmed what capitalists and private market constitutionalists have insisted for years. It went *kablooie* on the very first day.

But, entertain for a moment that it just might be an affirmation of the capitalist system working. That is, everyone and everything has the opportunity to fail. A right endowed by our creator. It’s as if God Himself said, “OK….try it. Go ahead. You don’t seem interested in listening to Me, so I have allowed you the gift to choose for yourself. Perhaps when you see it fail, you will realize what I said to you was correct.”

The great experiment that is the United States may survive this dabbling in Marxism and all the other isms that have come along but at the end of the day, a free people can deride the ones who took them for a ride and get rid of them. So far, I don’t think anyone from president pants-crease to all the other national socialists is immune from haughty derision and ridicule.

The racist tag has lost power, as witnessed by the backlash to D’oh-prah’s asinine remarks and more and more of the party’s celebrity hacks are walking away shaking their heads.

It’s much like partying all night, living it up, care and worry free until the next morning when the hangover and the reality of life hit you as you wake up with your own vomit gluing you to the pillow. Yeah—like that.

You then say, with your head feeling like it’s powered by Briggs & Stratton and wanting it to stop, “Ohhhhhh……never again.”

That is, until the next time. Someone on this blog stated that they think this ACA thing will signal the end of leftism.


It won’t.

The allure to a perfect universe at the hands of intellectual salespeople who re-package and re-brand and re-invent socialism again and again always gets new customers. Sometimes the same old customers who just can’t seem to learn.

But love it they do. After all, who wouldn’t want a world with free everything and no consequences? No pollution, no bad kids, no criminals, no evil profiteers, everyone is special and gets trophies and all kids can grow up to be brain surgeons or astronauts or pro athletes—all they have to do is just ask. After all, they’re all equal, right?

The emotional maturity that was provided to the WWII generation was there because of the realities of the Great Depression and a world at war where they saw the worst of the worst but also realized they survived. They put that attitude into action and made the United States the first nation with a middle-class bursting at the seams. A middle class that did it all and provided the world with an example of what teamwork and freedom in a free-market economy could accomplish.

Not some troll-infested worker’s “paradise” with everyone making the same wage, everyone getting the same food, same living accommodations, etc., no. A nation where anyone could aspire to be and/or do anything if they were willing to put forth the effort.

So…the national socialists put forth their effort to market, sell and implement a socialized healthcare system that had the ulterior motive of breaking the health insurance industry once and for all and their tactics and marketing strategy not only failed but it failed big. Titanic-sinking iceberg big. Asteroid-killing dinosaur big. Like I said, *kablooie*.

Sadly, though, there are still too many national socialists who think that rationalization is the same as explanation. Today the talk at work was about the national socialists blaming the republicans for the failures of the ACA implementation and even their own pathetic little mouth-breathers weren’t buying that. The democrats wrote it, made it law, implemented it, and are administering it without any help from any republican on planet earth….the consequence of locking them out of the process.

They have it all over their shoes and now they are walking all over the carpet but trying to blame it on someone or something else.

This is the definition of puerile.

But after this muck-up has been pushed aside for long enough, they’ll be back with yet another grandiose banana-republic toy and candy store wet dream to get everyone’s attention. And they’ll find new idealists who think that fixing man’s inherent faults can be done by central government planning and control.

And it always almost seems to split right down the middle of society.


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