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2013-05-10 09:22:40 AM
I love this thread so much!
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-05-10 09:23:21 AM

Ishkur: [www.alaskapublic.org image 850x637]

Looks like an Eagle tailgate to me.

I had no idea the team had relocated.


Is that a Pennsylvania license plate on the left?  Who the hell would DRIVE to Alaska??
 
2013-05-10 09:23:27 AM

spentmiles: In June of 1782, the Second Continental Congress established the bald eagle as the national symbol of the United States.  The majestic animal has inspired countless people to take flight, soar the skies, and live lives devoted to independence and freedom.  Bald eagles are the perfect mixture of beauty, strength, and intelligence to represent our country.  Thank the Continental Congress for selecting such an appropriate symbol.

DO NOT THANK BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.  This motherfarker didn't like the bald eagle.  He wanted the farking wild turkey.  Can you imagine a soldier storming into a hot zone with a farking turkey on his helmet?  "Gobble gobble motherfarkers!"  Benjamin Franklin had the foresight of a stubbed toe.

He always gets held up like he's some kind of genius, all for putting out that stupid almanac for dirt farmers.  There's a reason why he was never selected as president - the guy was a drunken fark hole who liked to shiat in hollow pumpkins because it made his fat ass feel real good.  Some other stupid shiat he wanted to do: rework the alphabet so there were less letters (yeah, because 26 letters is so many to remember, you stupid old four eyed kid farker), he didn't invent the automobile, he failed to be anything but a morally reprehensible fact finder who eventually got sent to France so he'd shut the fark up.  The french only liked him because he loved getting his shiat hole crammed with disease covered flesh sticks.

The future according to Ben farkhole Franklin:



Thanks a million, dipshiat!


Ben Franklin backlash.

About farking time.
 
2013-05-10 09:25:06 AM

spentmiles: In June of 1782, the Second Continental Congress established the bald eagle as the national symbol of the United States.  The majestic animal has inspired countless people to take flight, soar the skies, and live lives devoted to independence and freedom.  Bald eagles are the perfect mixture of beauty, strength, and intelligence to represent our country.  Thank the Continental Congress for selecting such an appropriate symbol.

DO NOT THANK BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.  This motherfarker didn't like the bald eagle.  He wanted the farking wild turkey.  Can you imagine a soldier storming into a hot zone with a farking turkey on his helmet?  "Gobble gobble motherfarkers!"  Benjamin Franklin had the foresight of a stubbed toe.

He always gets held up like he's some kind of genius, all for putting out that stupid almanac for dirt farmers.  There's a reason why he was never selected as president - the guy was a drunken fark hole who liked to shiat in hollow pumpkins because it made his fat ass feel real good.  Some other stupid shiat he wanted to do: rework the alphabet so there were less letters (yeah, because 26 letters is so many to remember, you stupid old four eyed kid farker), he didn't invent the automobile, he failed to be anything but a morally reprehensible fact finder who eventually got sent to France so he'd shut the fark up.  The french only liked him because he loved getting his shiat hole crammed with disease covered flesh sticks.

The future according to Ben farkhole Franklin:

[i41.tinypic.com image 640x425]

Thanks a million, dipshiat!


DUDE, your therapy session starts in 26 minutes.
 
2013-05-10 09:28:10 AM
I've lived in NJ my entire life.  I never actually saw a bald eagle until I happened to be in Wisconsin on vacation.  It flew right over my head.  I was like, "wow!  Those things really ARE huge".  (You should see their nests.  You could fit a VW bug into one.)

So, a few months after that, I was driving to work on the backroads (as the highway was backed up).  And I passed by this thing standing on the side of the road, about the size of a kid.  As I got closer, I saw it was an eagle.  I was stunned.  Evidently, a couple of nesting pairs decided that the big lake in Princeton was pretty good hunting grounds, and moved in.  That's really strange considering that for 35 years before that I'd never seen one, and now they are breeding here!

In relevance to the story - it's a little surprising that a guy in Alaska, a place loaded with eagles, is unaware that eagles eat fish, and pretty much nothing else, unless times are tough.  And he left a bunch of raw fish out in the open?!  That's like leaving a truckload of french fries on the Jersey shore.  It would get swarmed by seagulls.
 
2013-05-10 09:31:38 AM
spentmiles: "Gobble gobble motherfarkers!"

*snert*
 
2013-05-10 09:31:46 AM

durbnpoisn: In relevance to the story - it's a little surprising that a guy in Alaska, a place loaded with eagles, is unaware that eagles eat fish, and pretty much nothing else, unless times are tough. And he left a bunch of raw fish out in the open?! That's like leaving a truckload of french fries on the Jersey shore. It would get swarmed by seagulls.


Very much this.

Besides, that video is a grand total of awesome if for no other reason for those who haven't seen bald eagles close up just how freaking big they are.

I felt lucky last year when we saw a pair from far away, sitting on a lone tree in the middle of some local farmland .
 
2013-05-10 09:34:12 AM
Endangered species my ass...looks like there are farking plenty of them.
 
2013-05-10 09:34:50 AM
www.imageblog.co.nz

/I know
//not an eagle
 
2013-05-10 09:35:17 AM

ktybear: GIS fish product

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x637]


Baby eels?
 
2013-05-10 09:39:32 AM

stuhayes2010: When I visited Alaska in 2005, I kept thinking the bald eagle is an awful animal.  They squawk this horrible noise  and are always filthy.  I think we should have gone with Ban Franklin's choice for a national symbol:


[www.wildlife.state.nh.us image 317x396]


I have lived in Alaska since 1987.  I am going to tell you straight up that your opinion is pretty much right on the ball.

/dirty, opportunistic sky rats they are
 
2013-05-10 09:44:26 AM
USA! USA!
 
2013-05-10 09:46:10 AM

phenn: spentmiles: "Gobble gobble motherfarkers!"

*snert*


I read that in the voice of Frank Caliendo's President Bush impression.
 
2013-05-10 09:47:51 AM

DoomPaul: There is so much freedom in that truck.


Funnied!

All that photo needs is a Bay-splosion and a monster truck doing donuts in the background.

Possibly fireworks too..maybe an 80s hair band as well.

/'Merica
//delirious from finals..FREEDOM!
 
2013-05-10 09:52:02 AM
Did you know that underneath their feathers, the entire flock of eagles in that truck were walking and flying around completely naked?  Isn't that disgusting?
 
2013-05-10 09:54:04 AM

tillerman35: Did you know that underneath their feathers, the entire flock of eagles in that truck were walking and flying around completely naked?  Isn't that disgusting?


Who's awesome?
You're awesome.
 
2013-05-10 09:55:17 AM

tillerman35: Did you know that underneath their feathers, the entire flock of eagles in that truck were walking and flying around completely naked?  Isn't that disgusting?


I lol'd.

what?
 
2013-05-10 09:59:12 AM

stuhayes2010: When I visited Alaska in 2005, I kept thinking the bald eagle is an awful animal.  They squawk this horrible noise  and are always filthy.  I think we should have gone with Ban Franklin's choice for a national symbol:


[www.wildlife.state.nh.us image 317x396]


I agree with the squawk and filth.  I used to live about 100 feet from an eagles nest that was in a tall pine tree by the river.  Those damn things began making a ruckus at 03:30 every damn morning.  And talk about the poop, Jeebus....
 
2013-05-10 10:01:31 AM

bikerbob59: stuhayes2010: When I visited Alaska in 2005, I kept thinking the bald eagle is an awful animal.  They squawk this horrible noise  and are always filthy.  I think we should have gone with Ban Franklin's choice for a national symbol:


[www.wildlife.state.nh.us image 317x396]

I agree with the squawk and filth.  I used to live about 100 feet from an eagles nest that was in a tall pine tree by the river.  Those damn things began making a ruckus at 03:30 every damn morning.  And talk about the poop, Jeebus....


That's Freedom poop, their raining freedom down on you.  Fark yeah!
 
2013-05-10 10:03:48 AM

FullMetalPanda: bikerbob59: stuhayes2010: When I visited Alaska in 2005, I kept thinking the bald eagle is an awful animal.  They squawk this horrible noise  and are always filthy.  I think we should have gone with Ban Franklin's choice for a national symbol:


[www.wildlife.state.nh.us image 317x396]

I agree with the squawk and filth.  I used to live about 100 feet from an eagles nest that was in a tall pine tree by the river.  Those damn things began making a ruckus at 03:30 every damn morning.  And talk about the poop, Jeebus....

That's Freedom poop, their raining freedom down on you.  Fark yeah!


...and the home ofthe brave...
 
2013-05-10 10:04:59 AM

spentmiles: In June of 1782, the Second Continental Congress established the bald eagle as the national symbol of the United States.  The majestic animal has inspired countless people to take flight, soar the skies, and live lives devoted to independence and freedom.  Bald eagles are the perfect mixture of beauty, strength, and intelligence to represent our country.  Thank the Continental Congress for selecting such an appropriate symbol.

DO NOT THANK BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.  This motherfarker didn't like the bald eagle.  He wanted the farking wild turkey.  Can you imagine a soldier storming into a hot zone with a farking turkey on his helmet?  "Gobble gobble motherfarkers!"  Benjamin Franklin had the foresight of a stubbed toe.

He always gets held up like he's some kind of genius, all for putting out that stupid almanac for dirt farmers.  There's a reason why he was never selected as president - the guy was a drunken fark hole who liked to shiat in hollow pumpkins because it made his fat ass feel real good.  Some other stupid shiat he wanted to do: rework the alphabet so there were less letters (yeah, because 26 letters is so many to remember, you stupid old four eyed kid farker), he didn't invent the automobile, he failed to be anything but a morally reprehensible fact finder who eventually got sent to France so he'd shut the fark up.  The french only liked him because he loved getting his shiat hole crammed with disease covered flesh sticks.

The future according to Ben farkhole Franklin:

[i41.tinypic.com image 640x425]

Thanks a million, dipshiat!


Did Ben Franklin touch your butthole or something?
 
2013-05-10 10:14:15 AM

Carn: tillerman35: Did you know that underneath their feathers, the entire flock of eagles in that truck were walking and flying around completely naked?  Isn't that disgusting?

I lol'd.

what?


Explanation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZ0SRgh3X9Q
 
2013-05-10 10:14:22 AM
We walk the streets at night, we go where Eagles dare.
 
2013-05-10 10:18:18 AM

stuhayes2010: When I visited Alaska in 2005, I kept thinking the bald eagle is an awful animal.  They squawk this horrible noise  and are always filthy.  I think we should have gone with Ban Franklin's choice for a national symbol:


[www.wildlife.state.nh.us image 317x396]



OMG, THIS!!!

Eagles are big, intimidating, and noisy; they make a mess wherever they go, and they eat garbage. They definitely should NOT be the symbol for the USA.
 
2013-05-10 10:25:26 AM
And they say that the po-lice can save us
I'm not gonna stand here and wait
I'll put lead in the wings of the eagles
And watch as they can't fly away

They're watching us
And they're watching us
They're watching us
But they can't
Fly away

/sorry
 
2013-05-10 10:33:27 AM
FloydA: 

Eagles are big, intimidating, and noisy; they make a mess wherever they go, and they eat garbage. They definitely should NOT be the symbol for the USA.

You do realize that is a fairly accurate description of the average American.
 
2013-05-10 10:36:26 AM

jmsvrsn: FloydA: 

Eagles are big, intimidating, and noisy; they make a mess wherever they go, and they eat garbage. They definitely should NOT be the symbol for the USA.

You do realize that is a fairly accurate description of the average American.


wat??
 
2013-05-10 10:38:20 AM

FloydA: stuhayes2010: When I visited Alaska in 2005, I kept thinking the bald eagle is an awful animal.  They squawk this horrible noise  and are always filthy.  I think we should have gone with Ban Franklin's choice for a national symbol:


[www.wildlife.state.nh.us image 317x396]


OMG, THIS!!!

Eagles are big, intimidating, and noisy; they make a mess wherever they go, and they eat garbage. They definitely should NOT be the symbol for the USA.


And you honestly think turkeys are any different? If anything, they're bigger, noisier, leave bigger messes (since they don't fly, they develop a much higher bowel capacity), and the gobblers will attack and try to mate with ANYTHING when in rut, including people. If they weren't suicidally stupid, they'd be as bad as Australian cane toads.
 
2013-05-10 10:48:44 AM

jmsvrsn: FloydA: 

Eagles are big, intimidating, and noisy; they make a mess wherever they go, and they eat garbage. They definitely should NOT be the symbol for the USA.

You do realize that is a fairly accurate description of the average American.


i105.photobucket.com
 
2013-05-10 11:04:20 AM

ktybear: GIS fish product

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x637]


Baby eels. Foodstuff of the gods. That little tin is worth >$30 IF you can find it.
 
2013-05-10 11:46:29 AM
The Moose and Elk have better tailgating soirees.

I just don't trust the Odd Fellows.
 
2013-05-10 12:14:22 PM
I love that the symbol of America is a garbage eating, carcass scavenging, diseased flying rat.
 
2013-05-10 12:16:20 PM
Those things would have freedom sized bird poops
 
2013-05-10 12:18:02 PM

brigid_fitch: Ishkur: [www.alaskapublic.org image 850x637]

Looks like an Eagle tailgate to me.

I had no idea the team had relocated.

Is that a Pennsylvania license plate on the left?  Who the hell would DRIVE to Alaska??


No, it isn't a PA plate.

Just saw my first bald eagle during my run three weekends ago.  There's a nesting pair near the Southside of Pittsburgh (near Sandcastle).  Confirming what everyone else here has said, they're huge.
 
2013-05-10 12:26:51 PM
That has to be murder on a paint job.
 
2013-05-10 12:42:59 PM
Up in Fairbanks, it would have been a massive flock of giant, mangy ravens.

Don't be dissin the ravens, man. They are our best protection against the zombie apocalypse. Zombies start walkin down the street, they'd be covered in ravens in minutes and stripped to the bone shortly after.

Who the hell would DRIVE to Alaska??

I did. Twice. The Alcan is an AMAZING drive.
 
2013-05-10 01:00:35 PM

NotARocketScientist: Up in Fairbanks, it would have been a massive flock of giant, mangy ravens.

Don't be dissin the ravens, man. They are our best protection against the zombie apocalypse. Zombies start walkin down the street, they'd be covered in ravens in minutes and stripped to the bone shortly after.

Who the hell would DRIVE to Alaska??

I did. Twice. The Alcan is an AMAZING drive.


^^ That ^^  I've done it about 2 dozen times now.  If you are hauling something up that you don't trust to the barge companies (usually antique cars or tractors in my case) there isn't any other options.

95% of the time the trip is AMAZING.  5% of the time it will scare the shiat out of you.  ( looking at you, Cassiar Highway in early March...)
 
2013-05-10 01:26:14 PM

FloydA: stuhayes2010: When I visited Alaska in 2005, I kept thinking the bald eagle is an awful animal.  They squawk this horrible noise  and are always filthy.  I think we should have gone with Ban Franklin's choice for a national symbol:


[www.wildlife.state.nh.us image 317x396]


OMG, THIS!!!

Eagles are big, intimidating, and noisy; they make a mess wherever they go, and they eat garbage. They definitely should NOT be the symbol for the USA.


Actually, sounds like the *PERFECT* symbol for the USA.  See: "invasion of foreign countries".
 
2013-05-10 01:29:14 PM

FloydA: jmsvrsn: FloydA: 

Eagles are big, intimidating, and noisy; they make a mess wherever they go, and they eat garbage. They definitely should NOT be the symbol for the USA.

You do realize that is a fairly accurate description of the average American.

[i105.photobucket.com image 215x214]


Never. Mind.  :-/
 
2013-05-10 05:21:15 PM
i4.ytimg.com

Eagle party? That's so last week.

I'm into dog party now. DOGGGGG PARTAAAAAAAAAYYYY
 
2013-05-10 11:43:14 PM

FloydA: stuhayes2010: When I visited Alaska in 2005, I kept thinking the bald eagle is an awful animal.  They squawk this horrible noise  and are always filthy.  I think we should have gone with Ban Franklin's choice for a national symbol:


[www.wildlife.state.nh.us image 317x396]


OMG, THIS!!!

Eagles are big, intimidating, and noisy; they make a mess wherever they go, and they eat garbage. They definitely should NOT be the symbol for the USA.


...but you just described about 90% of our countrymen... ;)
 
2013-05-11 05:18:35 AM

JohnCarter: They be snatching up your kids

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See, I could tell this was fake from seeing quite a few 'shops in my time, and also by realizing that kids at that age never just sit calmly on the ground. Ever.
 
2013-05-11 07:11:29 AM
 
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