Posts Tagged ‘Diesel’

Another Great Gift Idea: Diesel Books

Monday, 2 December 2013

Diesels Tomes

Diesel, aka Robert Kroese, helped me to get into Big Time Blogging with cordial honest advice. Buy his books, read them, then donate them as gifts to the homeless. –Bunk

Just Another Day

Thursday, 21 October 2010

[Image found here.]

So there I was, filling up the tank with paraffin, and I spotted a javalina hog. Great. Now I gotta go home dig a pit, build a fire and find some box springs. On the plus side, we won’t have to go to the butcher shop until November 2nd.


Bite My Hot Links

Sunday, 25 October 2009

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Anyone paying attention to the ongoing LGF soap opera will appreciate Bite Me Comics.  If you’re not, consider yourself fortunate.

Diesel’s book “Mercury Falls” is out on amazon. He’s  a funny guy who helped me get my blogging mojo. (More info here.)

The man who saved billions from starvation who you’ve probably never heard of: Norman Borlaug (1914-2009). Related video here (includes some unnessesary foul language from Penn Gillette).

Turning Number 1. I’ve got no clue what this is all about, but it’s yet more propaganda showing that the guy is always the idiot.

Little kids and the marshmallow torture.

Charlie Rose interviews himself and Steve is not happy. [Found here.]

Just click it. Do it. [Tip o’ the tarboosh to Bordm.]

Another TED video by someone I’ve never heard of talks about perceived value.

How not to get killed or maimed on the golf course (tip from Ken A.).

This page is under construction (via The Presurfer).

Happy Birthday, Diesel

Wednesday, 29 April 2009

jiminy-cricket1We first met Mr. D months before we lifted this from Mattress Police.  After heated debate about copyright infringement  (during which I pointed out his own legal transgressions)  we agreed to resolve the matter with my purchase of  a copy of “Tales of the Mattress Police.”  Cost me my penny jar vs. a long expensive legal procedure, and I think the settlement was fair.  Oddly, the tome vanished from sight within days of its arrival at the House of Strutts.

Our revered autographed copy  mysteriously reappeared recently, slightly soiled with suspicious creases in the binding, and with the bookmark postcard above stuck  in the crack between pages 136 & 137.

Anyone not familiar with Diesel’s work needs to read this classic entry.

Happy Birthday from Bunk and our crack team of webminers here at Tacky Raccoons.  Thanks for your advice and encouragement, Rob.  Lub you, man.

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