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August 28, 2014


If you had to put something into an oversized shoebox for somebody to see or read in the year 2389, what would it be?

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)


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And Bieber. Can't forget Bieber.

Dolly Parton

An oxygen cylinder and a fan.

Bring me the head of Justin Bieber.



Gray squirrel in costume to mark the beginning of the apocalypse.

Fifty Shades of Gray?

The collected works of Sir Dave Barry. And one really big booger.

Jack Bauer

*seconds MOTW* - Jack-in-the-Box

Global warming. They'll probably need it by then.

Sorry Dave, but I don't think the Kardashians are eligible to be place in the capsule. The article clearly states these restrictions: "Items can't be organic, not have batteries embedded inside and can't pose any contamination risk with other items inside the container." I'm pretty sure there's a really big risk that the Kardashians would contaminate things.

I can't wait to see them open this!

A picture of Kim Kardashian's backside. Because by then they'll probably be desperate for something to laugh about.

A living Brazilian man.

Nevermind...somebody already tried that.

Last Sunday's cryptic crossword.

Dave Barry Holiday Gift Guides.

A bunch of blank Florida drivers licenses.

An automatic spring wound mechanism that when actuated by the opening of the lid causes a bony hand to reach up and close the lid.

A pair of oversized shoes.

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