Saturday, August 21, 2010

Wake Up You Drunkards

One of the best things about this pic? A UPS driver saw that I was trying to take this shot, and waited further back in the lane until I could get it. What a nice guy.


In case you're wondering, I love this man's sense of collage, his sense of commitment, his willingness to put his beliefs out front for us all, and I disagree with his stand on several of the above.

For those who are truly waking up after tying one on: I recommend menudo, a spicy soup made with brains. Because you lost yours, and this will give you some back. Of course they will be cow brains, LOL.

18 comments:

Momma Fargo said...

OH MY! That's all I got, lady! LMAO.

Ann T. said...

Dear Momma Fargo,
He was parked to buy a newspaper.

All you have to do to want a truck like this is to read the paper, you know????

Have a great night!
Ann T.

Bob G. said...

Ann:
I'm just amazed he hasn't been pulled over by a LEO for "obstructed view" from his vehicle...

Must have one helluva set of mirrors...somewhere.

Have a great day.

thatladybug said...

So what's his message? Vote for what???

Actually, on second thought, I'm all for stopping the insanity. When my in-laws will end their's is anyone's guess. :)

Anonymous said...

Sorry to burst your brain joke, but menudo is made with tripe (stomach lining). The picture is really stunning.

Kerry S

meleah rebeccah said...

Wow. Talk about dedicated! Or is the right word Im looking for "religious fanatic"??

Anyway, it was nice of the UPS delivery man to wait to park his truck so you could get the photo!

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peedee said...

He does have conviction. Go him. lol I heart crazy fanatical people. They give me a good chuckle.

Slamdunk said...

I didn't know menudo had brains in it--I thought I was eating stomach and chili peppers. At least that is what I thought...

the observer said...

Ann T
Early in my Christian life, I did some bumper stickers. I don't any more, although I do try to drive as if I do have Christian identification on my car.

Every city has one of these too. We had one in Burlington, VT and I've seen one around in Kansas City.

Everyone has a different calling from God!

The Observer

Ann T. said...

Dear Bob,
I must confess-- I was thinking more of the "goggle factor" with everybody else than the obstructed view he has!
LOL!
Ann

Ann T. said...

Dear clady,
Ha hahahahahahahahaha! In-laws don't follow laws, right? I remember this!
My sympathies.

Thanks for writing in!
Ann T.

Ann T. said...

Dear Kerry S,
I don't mind having my joke broke! I wish I had written you earlier.

My esteemed late husband told me it was made of brains and I didn't check.

However, i could probably make a similar joke about stomachs, so no worries!

Thanks for the correction!
Ann T.

Ann T. said...

Dear Meleah,
yes, way dedicated, and not my style!

Thanks for popping by!
Ann T.

Ann T. said...

Estimado Mario,
Gracias! Me gusta mucho su blog!

Ann T.

Ann T. said...

Dear peedee,
This thing was so Huge.
As Bob said, a Traffic Problem! I do have to laugh, but my view is so screwy, I am always looking for the Art in stuff like this.

LOL!
Ann

Ann T. said...

Dear Slamdunk,
Apparently taking my husband's word on Mexican food recipes is a bogus exercise--

Stomach and chili peppers, ROFL!
You forgot they put masa and slime in it. I wouldn't cook it on a bet.

Ann T.

Ann T. said...

Dear The Observer,
Your faith does you so much credit. I think this is somewhat funny, of course I do, but also like you I think everybody has a means of expressing themselves.

I love this thing, and yes, they do seem to be around!

Thanks for a forbearing comment!
Ann T.