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November 19, 2012


Australian drunk survives attempt to ride crocodile

(Thanks to Joe in Japan)


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My rifle, my crocky and me.

Is that what they are calling it these days?

That could result in longtime psychological trauma. Wouldn't be good for the drunk dude, either.

But seriously, there were so many warning signs with this guy. First, the haircut. Then, "He had been chucked out of a pub in the town of Broome for being too drunk." How drunk do you have to be to get thrown out of an Aussie bar?


Too bad Fatso didn't bite a little higher and make sure the idiot has no chance of breeding.

Note to Dave and Joe in Japan:

As a friend just pointed out to me, this is OLD. Check the dateline: July 2010.

I see firings...

Years ago, there was a lady on the news in Jacksonville.
She'd gone to the river bank to fish while sitting on a log she usually used.
That 'gator got her on her sitter right after she sat down on it.
She was in the hospital but she was laughing about it being her own fault for not looking. She said she hoped the authorities wouldn't hurt the 'gator.
Fine attitude, in my opinion.

"Ride the Tiger, despite its pessimism, is a testament to (Italian Philosopher Julius) Evola's belief that no matter how lost civilization may be, there always exists the ability for the individual person to live his life always looking "above" himself and thus achieving enlightenment." WikiPedia.

In his sequel, "Ride the Crocodile," Evola abandons his pessimism and recommends getting really drunk, looking "below" yourself, and annoying large carnivores.

Jeff, yeah, but just last week the same Aussie bloke got drunk and tried to ride a 15-foot-tall saltwater kangaroo. It was kanga tragic, really.

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