Wednesday, December 25, 2013

How Do I know Which One is Yours?

Its the one that says Bad Mother Fucker on it.


Outlaw X said...
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Outlaw X said...

I have a question, I would like you to answer on your show as you think. The History channel says that men is the only species that can reason. I call bull shit. I have seen to much in my dogs and watch through binoculars a deer spank a fawn on the ass for not coming when it was called. funniest damn thing I ever saw. Got down on its haunches pinned its neck and spanked its little bottom.

Nate said...

Unless your conception of reason excludes the trial and error process... then almost all animals have the ability to reason.

Anonymous said...

Very cool, Nate. I am not surprised you got that for a gift.

I briefly considered getting one of those because I love that movie and I think it's funny.

But alas, I am not a Bad Motherfucker, so I figured it would be false advertising.

When I find a "Reasonably Competent and Occasionally Funny Motherfucker" wallet, I'm going to be all over that SOB...


Nate said...

they should require some kind of evidence before they sell the wallets.

can you hit a beer can at 100 yards with a makarov 3 out of 5 shots?

here's your wallet.

Vidad said...


I got a wallet that said "May Exhibit Slight Oedipal Tendencies."

It doesn't have quite the same ring to it.

Athor Pel said...

There's a character in Neal Stephenson's "Snow Crash" who has a certain tattoo on his forehead. He did not put it there himself.

His name is Raven and he's from Alaska and the Alaska of his day cannot afford to pay for prisons, it therefore tattoos the primary criminal offense on the foreheads of convicted offenders as a warning for any that might encounter the felon. For most felons the choice of word(s) for the tattoo are straightforward, things like assault, rapist or thief.

Raven has too varied a criminal past to pick any one crime for his tattoo. So a compromise was reached.

Raven's forehead tattoo says, "Poor Impulse Control".