I just found a note on my door, giving me 30 days to move out. I’m sitting here thinking about my options, and it appears I don’t have any. I guess I should start learning how to live out of my car.
It must be easy to be a carrot.
Lying around all day. Letting others take care of you.
Like the only important thing in the whole world is to look pretty.
Veggies, who can understand them? No wonder they’re discriminated against. Do you ever see veggies next to the cash register? No, only candy.
I’m calling this one: Celery In The Nude #1
A present for Lisa. 🙂
Taking a bath.
I know it’s hard to tell, but these onions are very excited about being added to the soup.
The monkey on my back (now in four flavors).
Don’t hate me because I taste good.
Go home, Dilly Bar, you’re drunk. 🙂
Reduced fat ice cream? Who’s kidding who?
Can you call eating 3 Dilly Bars in a row an addiction? 🙂
(Photos taken today.)
Police shot dead an Arizona man with Asperger’s after being called to his home to check on his wellbeing.
Kayden Clarke, 24, gained online fame last year after he posted a video demonstrating how his dog, a Rottweiler named Samson, helped him through a meltdown. Clarke identified as a man, but he was known publicly by his birth name, Danielle Jacobs, at the time of the footage.
Mesa police officers showed up at his apartment after receiving multiple calls indicating he may be suicidal around 11 a.m. Thursday…
Detective Esteban Flores said that officers — who were not wearing body cameras — fired after Clarke came towards them holding a knife…
I decided some time back that if I believe someone may hurt him or herself, the very last thing I would do is call the police. There is no scenario involving a potentially suicidal individual in which a person armed with a firearm is going to make things better, especially if that person is an American law enforcement officer.