Apr 17 2011

Welcome to Inside Out

Welcome to the

Inside Out Humor and Design Blog

If you’ve never visited my T-Shirt shop, please have a look. There’s lots of funny t-shirt designs that are all mine and mostly original. Grin If you want to kill some time and the boss isn’t looking, why not read about how I got started in t-shirt design, or if you really have nothing better to do you can scroll down and take a look at some random thoughts that I’ll be posting on occasion.

In any event, thanks for accidentally finding me through your local search engine and at least reading this far before hitting the back button…

Mar 04 2014

New Old Tunes for the Baby Boomer Generation

For all of you from the 60’s and 70’s who are now in their 60’s and 70’s and missing those great old tunes, there’s good news as some of your favorite artists have re-released their best hits with new lyrics to accommodate their aging audience…

Rolling Stones – “Can’t Get No Circulation”

The Who – “My Degeneration”

Strawberry Alarm Clock – “ExLax In Peppermint”

Bob Dylan – “Like A Kidney Stone”

The Beatles – “In My Life…Don’t Ask…”

The Doors – “HMO I love you”

The Supremes – “Stop In The Name Of GOD!”

The Beatles – “No Ragin’ Wood”

James Brown – “I Feel Sick”

Tommy James and the Shondells – “Crystal Blue Prescription“

Simon & Garfunkel – “Feelin’ Grumpy”

The Who – “Who Are You…No, Seriously…Who The Hell Are You!!?”

The Who – “Won’t Be Cool Again”

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May 23 2012

Zombie Lincoln For President

Can’t decide on who to vote for president? Forget ‘em all! With today’s advancements in genetics and cloning, maybe it’s time we dug up one of America’s favorite all-time dead presidents to help lead our country during these difficult times. That’s right, I say it’s time to bring back Abraham Lincoln.

So let’s all head over to Lincoln’s tomb, grab some DNA, and clone one of our most beloved presidents back into the white house. Sure there’s always the chance he’ll turn out to be a soulless Zombie hungry for the brains of hapless victims, but c’mon, wouldn’t that still be an improvement? Certainly nobody from Congress would mess with him, and aside from the cool factor, could you imagine what the G8 summit would be like?

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Apr 10 2012

Nothingness

If I die and there’s just nothingness, I’m going to be so pissed.

May 24 2011

Today’s Rapture Update

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That was something I found on a Yahoo comments board that I thought was too funny not to share.

So as predicted, preacher Harold Camping discovered he’d made a slight miscalcuation in deciphering the date that millions of true believers would be sucked up into the sky to have brunch with Jesus. The new date for this event is now set at October 21, 2011, with Mr. Camping explaining that May 21st was in fact God’s judgement day in which God decided to check his files and give us all a final grade of pass or fail. Just kinda wish I’d dressed a little nicer. Cool

So presumably, the day after the “real” rapture takes place, the world will quickly implode into a hellish nightmare of earthquakes, wars, global economic collapse and high gas prices.  So how will we notice the difference?  Well, for one thing there’ll be a lot less traffic on the freeways and lots of empty homes up for grabs, although I’m sure most of the wealthier neighborhoods will still be well-populated. (If you don’t get that, google Mathew 19:24.)

Personally, I think if Mr. Camping wants to share his delusion among his equally-deluded followers, that’s fine, but scaring the rest of the world with this kind of nonsense is really pointless and accomplishes nothing more than adding to everyone’s stack of things to be scared shitless about. Of course I’m writing this fully aware that the joke could be on all of us come October 21, because in the back of my mind, and probably everyone who dismisses this guy as just another religious zealot who needs to chill out, there’s always the thought that maybe, just maybe, something’s gonna happen.

Then again, if nothing happens October 21 there’s always December 21, 2012 to look forward to, since everyone knows that’s when the world is really coming to an end…according to the Mayans anyways.

May 21 2011

No Rapture? Whoops, forgot to carry the one…

So either the rapture didn’t happen or it did and there simply wasn’t anyone worth taking. Hard to say. My question though, among millions, is this. What’s gonna happen when Jesus does finally return and sees that the cross has been used as a symbol of his life and teachings and that people have erected them everywhere in his honor? Is he gonna be like “Gee thanks, took me 2000 years of therapy to get over the horrible way I died and this is what I come back to!? I’m outta here!

Nah, I’m sure Jesus wouldn’t do that, but for now the long wait for salvation continues, and for the preacher Harold Camping who started this whole May 21 rapture prediction, an explanation is also awaited. No doubt it’ll be something like, “Whoops, forgot to carry the one! Okay, let’s see. I have a prostate exam scheduled for Wednesday, so…um…next Tuesday for sure. Now everyone send me your money so I can put up more billboards.”

What’s really weird is that I’m actually kinda sad the rapture didn’t happen, because I think like everyone else, I’m constantly looking for some proof that life is more than just a crazy fluke of the universe. Of course one could look at the incredible engineering involved in life and say that’s all the proof one needs, but still, a burning bush wouldn’t hurt once in awhile either.

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May 16 2011

La Cucaracha

There’s a construction site across the street from me where they’ve starting putting up some new apartment buildings. Yeah, who needed that empty lot with all those annoying fruit trees anyways. So now, every day, twice a day, like clockwork, a catering truck drives by my apartment as it heads towards the site to feed all those hungry construction workers. How do I know when he drives by? Because to announce his arrival to the entire neighborhood, the driver blasts on his musical horn an obnoxious, sped-up version of everyone’s favorite tune, “La Cucaracha”. Yes, “The Cockroach”.

Because really, what better way to let everyone know you’ve arrived in your mobile food wagon than to play a song about the most vile, disgusting insect on the planet. Mmm boy, give me one of those roast beef sandwiches before it crawls away. Why doesn’t he just shout out the window “Botulism! Salmonella! Get it while it’s room temperature! Your death-on-wheels food service is here! We got stomach pumps in the back! Hey, no pushing!!”

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