Thursday, October 4, 2007
Time for Thursday OTB Caption ContestTM
Winners will be announced Monday PM
As part of his new found love of dogs, Michael Vick, in conjunction with PETA, pilots a Panamanian ship out of Caracas “Big Dawg” up the river Thames in an attempt to bring awareness to Brits that dogs are people too.
The ship hits the span.
Return Cleopatra’s Needle at once or suffer the wrath of the gods!!!
Timeo Egyptios enim dona ferentes. The arrival of the Egyptian Dog: Britons were surprised to find that a large figure of Anubis, god of the dead, had been delivered to their gates.
The Trojan horse, Egyptian Edition .
A 4:1 scale wax figure of the controversial Baybus, a half bat and half gay dude that was the rarely mentioned 7th member of the Village People, was floated up the river Thames on it’s way to Madame Tussauds house o’ wax.
Oooh! Look at him. Black as the ace of spades. I tell you it’s these bloody foreigners and ther smelly cooking that’s bringing down the empire.
In a move to appear more open and modern, the Church of England has decided to endorse a pantheon approach to other religions.
Once again, Anglicans took to the streets in bloody riots and protests against the importation of foreign gods into the land.
Unfortunately for former prime minister Blair, the majority of the memorial committee established to decide on the statue commemorating his time in office were not great fans of his.
I said we needed ‘A New Bus’, not anubis.
Once again we see immigrant gods taking jobs that local gods aren’t willing to do.
Dog days for the British Empire.
No matter how many people had claimed to have seen him, Richards Dawkins dismissed the reports as the delusions of dyslexic religionists.
In a stunning example of irony the ad campaign for Tim Powers’ The Anubis Gates chose the wrong hole in the timestream.
Tony Sinclair wakes up to see that outside his window and swears off Tanqueray forever!
Brits finally realize they are in “de-Nile” about the Islamicization of England.
“Toldya not to cross the beams.”
A stupid ancient god of the stupid liberals.
The ride itself is pleasant and affordable. Having your heart torn out of your chest and weighed against a feather when you reach the other side of the Thames, however, is less enjoyable.
Guy Fawkes Day morphs into Halloween one damn God at a time.
Britain’s National Health Service has awarded the contract for their new water-borne ambulances to Abydos Transport, Ltd. In the first week of operations, total hospital-related costs in London have declined by 12%.
And here I thought it was my cat that expected to be worshipped.
If you live in London, you no longer have to be a dyslexic agnostic insomniac to lie awake at night wondering if there is a Dog.
Peter Jackson has acknowledged that there will be some script changes in his remake of Day of the Jackal.
Man-on-dog Santorum dispatched by King George to reign in a dissenting colony….
Up the creek without a poodle!
1) Hillary’s gone on a trip to England? Who
2) Who let the Dog out? Who? Who? (w/ respects to the Baha-men)
thanks alot you stupid rockhuggers, now look what you did…….run for your lives…….arrrrrr……
Led Zeppelin rehearses for their comeback with a unique edition of “Black Dog.”
“No, I’m not the real lord of the underworld, but I did damn all the souls at a Holiday Inn Express lastnight.”
Egyptian statue arrives in London for museum exhibit, followed by a large wooden bamboo scooper.
Look closely for the geek graffiti: A N00b’is
I was supposed to meet Godzilla he- Hey, this isn’t Tokyo.
If it sits down and does that “Basic Instinct” leg-crossing thing…I’m outta here!
Michael Jackson sighting in London.
Anubis, the Cockney: “Hey, guv’- it’s too bloody cold to stand out here guarding this bleedin’ bridge in me bleedin’ breechcloth! Let’s go get us a cuppa.
New Movie: 300 – Egyptian Boogaloo
“Look out, Shaq.”
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