building a lionel ritchie head
"Here is a chronicle of how my friend and I built our first Lionel Richie head. We hadn't had any prior experience and neither of us was particularly artistic. Luckily, you'll find that anyone with a little time and a lot of clay will eventually be able to make an enormous noggin that captures the main feature of the "Hello" star."
madamjujujive at 4:42 am
quonsar at 4:31 am
"The Tri-Bloc offers a new dimension in the embalming process. The transparent and open design allows the embalmer flexibility such as accessing the back of the head. It also allows the hairdresser the advantage of working with the sides of the head since the Tri-Bloc is not solid on the ends. The Tri-Bloc has anti-slip features on all sides, as well as holes for placing a water supply hose. This will allow the embalmer the luxury of drainage around the entire head and neck area."
quonsar at 3:01 am
"We must be better than the average embalmer, faster, sharper, cleaner, and able to do perfect work under less than perfect circumstances. Excellence is expected from us from all quarters if we expect further business." - Jon Martin Snyder
inspired and highly motivatedembalmers. building communityand dealing with tissue gas.
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quonsar at 1:37 am
funniest thing i've seen all day
the official "bush-bcheney'04 blog". many entries written by "georgewbush.com" himself.
quonsar at 4:26 pm
alabama coon jigger
He dances like crazy when you wind him up...
"...after 93 years!!! This fine Alabama Coon Jigger "Tombo" was made by the Ferdinand Strauss Co in New York and uses the very early round spring mechanism. This piece pre-dates the similar toy made by Marx ( I think ) He is complete but it looks as though his arms have been replaced."
quonsar at 3:47 pm
"I'd read about, and heard stories about, throwing sodium into water. It's a classic thing chemistry students do in college, and based on the reports I have been able to find on the internet, they are often drunk at the time. While anecdotal evidence would suggest that many people have thrown sodium into the lakes and streams of the world, they have been reprehensibly lax in documenting the results. I decided I should produce a comprehensive online reference on sodium dropping, with documentation on the size and shape of the chunks, how thrown, and most importantly with videos of the resulting explosions. To do this, I held a Sodium Party. People brought chips and soda and we had a cookout."
pharkus at 11:47 pm