August 28, 2011


Filed under: Bad Medicine — Bad Jim @ 1:23 pm

From Terry “Welders do it with hotter rods” Tak in Corpus.

After experiencing the discomfort and embarrassment of a prostate test by the National Health Service, a guy decided to have this next test carried out while visiting friends in San Francisco, where the
beautiful nurses are allegedly much more gentle and accommodating.

As he lay naked on his side on the table and the nurse began the examination.

“Don’t worry, at this stage of the procedure it’s quite normal to get an erection.” said the nurse.

“I haven’t got an erection,” said the man.

“No, but I have,” replied the nurse.

Moral: Don’t have this procedure done in San Francisco!

August 18, 2011

5 pearls of Scottish wisdom

Filed under: Other Bad Jokes or Useless Crap — Bad Jim @ 12:03 pm

1. Money cannot buy happiness but … somehow, its more comfortable to cry in a Mercedes Benz than it is on a bicycle.

2. Forgive your enemy, but remember the ba5tard’s name.

3. Help a man when he is in trouble and he will remember you when he is in trouble again.

4. Many people are alive only because it’s illegal to shoot them.

5. Alcohol does not solve any problem, but then neither does milk.

August 16, 2011

In the News - Pink Pistol

Filed under: In the News — Bad Jim @ 1:45 pm

Ave in Montana sends us this:

Man shoots self in penis with girlfriend’s pink pistol, charges possible

CHANDLER, Ariz. - Police are preaching firearms safety after a Chandler man accidentally shot himself in the pen!s with his girlfriend’s little pink pistol.

It happened last week outside a grocery store near Elliot and Alma School roads.

According to Chandler police, Joshua Seto, 27, was tucking the little gun, reportedly a Taurus 380 Compact Pistol, into his waistband as he walked toward the store with his girlfriend, Cara Christopher.

The gun went off. The bullet hit Seto’s pen!s and continued through his left thigh.

Christopher, 26, called 911 and was instructed on how to stanch the blood flow.

Seto was taken to a local hospital and has since been released. It’s not clear if the wound will cause him any permanent damage.

Police said it*s not clear if the gun’s safety was engaged when it fired.

Regardless, police say Seto’s experience underscores the importance of firearms safety training.

In addition to knowing how to safely and correctly handle a weapon, police warn people that if they are going to carry a gun, they should always have a proper holster. A gun tucked in a waistband, something commonly seen in television shows, might look ‘cool’ and seem convenient, but in reality it is inherently dangerous.

While the incident was an accident, police said it’s possible that Seto could faces weapons or endangerment charges.

Sgt. Joseph Favazzo of the Chandler Police Department said the case is under investigation.