One of the funniest things I’ve seen lately….!!

Could you come up with another caption?  I love this one!

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19 Responses to One of the funniest things I’ve seen lately….!!

  1. bocopro says:

    Good Grief! Don’t let Giorgio Tsoukalos see this.

    He’ll go totally Gobekli Tepi on us! And he’ll prob’ly try to explain the demolition of PumaPunku on ’em, too.

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  2. Fredd says:

    “Hmmm. Exactly where in ‘Genesis’ was this covered? I must have missed Sunday school the day Miss Grundy went over this.”

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  3. Kid says:

    See, T-Rex’s did play with toys.

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  4. Mal says:

    BURP! HAND ME THE TUMS!

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  5. Bob says:

    “Time travel can be bad.”
    “There really was a Jurassic Space Force.”
    “So I guess there really is nothing new.”

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  6. geeez2014 says:

    Giorgio Tsoukalos
    Bocopro…how did you even know who this guy IS??

    ALL GREAT CAPTIONS!
    Thanks, everybody!!

    FREDD, I’ve got to admit my mind went Biblical when I saw it, too…cracks me up! That WOULD be a VERY big “UHOH!” 🙂

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  7. geeez2014 says:

    JUST GOT A CARTOON IN AN EMAIL FROM A FRIEND…KIND OF APPROPRIATE TO THIS POST!

    It shows a time traveler saying;

    I JUST GOT BACK FROM 2050….PRESIDENT BARRON TRUMP JUST ANNOUNCED THE END OF THE MUELLER INVESTIGATION!

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  8. myfoxmystere says:

    UH OH! We dug up Moonbeam’s daddy!

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  9. Mal says:

    DO YOU BELIEVE THE MUELLER INVESTIGATION WILL BE OVER THAT QUICKLY?

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  10. Fredd says:

    Giorgio Tsoukalis – every “Ancient Aliens” fan knows this guy well. Seen every episode. Did an English essay in junior college in 1973 concerning “Chariots of the Gods” by Erich von Daniken, been an ancient alien believer ever since (which has been awhile, if you do the math here).

    And being from the Great Northwest and an avid camper in my youth, had a Bigfoot encounter, so I believe in those guys, too.

    Ghosts? Maybe not.

    Good and Kind liberals – no such thing.

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  11. Mal says:

    For real, Fredd? A real Yeti? I’ve always questioned them because all the supposed photos they’ve shown were blurry……..every one. Very little detail.

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  12. bocopro says:

    Tsoukalos? The guy with hair styled by 440 volts AC?

    Made a career out of speculating on chronological anomalies. Thoroughly convinced that humans could never have created much of what’s been discovered in places such as Mohenjo Daro, Pumapunku, Teotihuacan, Sacsayhuaman, Giza . . . . .

    Interesting stuff. I’ve always been fascinated by megalithic cultures in what most archaeologists classify as hunter-gatherer stage of development producing complex structures and layouts which we’d be hard-pressed to reproduce today with our modern technology.

    I started out with von Daniken’s simply asking very reasonable questions about stuff — “Hey, how dey do dat?” and followed his disciples Tsoukalos, Coppens, Childress, et al. as they made themselves fat and wealthy extrapolating and sensationalizing the incredible by attributing spectacular anachronisms not to divine inspiration but extraterrestrial interference.

    Quite entertaining, even thought provoking, kinda like tryin to ‘splain déjà vu to a high-school dropout or climate change to a Kalahari Bushman.

    I mean, I’ve read lotsa stuff which amazed me because the final answers to all the questions aren’t in yet. And I have my own theories about how the Incas built Machu Picchu 2 miles up in the Andes without knowledge of the wheel, or how Khufu’s pyramid could have POSSIBLY been built in 20 years without modern equipment, or how those massive stones were shaped and placed at Sasayhuaman or Stonehenge or Gobekli Tepi or the incredible base platform stone of Solomon’s Temple.

    But I don’t believe for a heartbeat that it was ancient astronauts any more than I believe gray aliens showed Leedskalnin, a 5-foot-nothing 100-pound guy, how to quarry, sculpt, and erect multi-ton stones at the Coral Castle near Miami.

    They’re obsessed. Just like people who believe the moon landings were faked and the Twin Towers couldn’t possibly have been brought down by airliner impact alone. Interesting, tho, and entertaining, just so long as one realizes that the Enterprise in Star Trek is a model and Robin Hood was nothing like the Errol Flynn portrayal of the legendary/mythical guy and Game of Thrones is completely imaginary.

    There are more things in heaven and earth, Giorgio, than are dreamt of in your delusions.

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  13. Mustang says:

    I had a caption, but as usual, Bocopro stole my thunder. I have a great difficulty separating Ancient Aliens from The Weather Channel.

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  14. geeez2014 says:

    I’ve never heard of Ancient Aliens, so this is all new to me!

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  15. Bob says:

    Giorgio Tsoukalos. So, that’s the idiot’s name. When I first viewed him I wondered how in the world could a fake like him convince the History Channel that there ever was such a thing as a space alien, let alone ancient space aliens. It’ easy to find things for which there are no ready or obvious answers.

    Ancient space aliens, indeed. Some people even replace God with supposed Ancient Space Aliens. If you want to believe in space aliens, fine, but ponder a while on their/its creation.

    I guess it’s no secret that I despise the History Channel and George Whats-his-name.

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  16. Along the lines of Bob’s comment:
    We have writings inspired by a God-being who directed them to write events that came true in their future.
    We have phenomena that we can’t explain and some believe they have an alien creature genesis guessed at and disregard the Genesis of the God-being who was represented on the planet by a man who rose from the dead.
    Let’s see. Hmmmm. Who shall I believe….?

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  17. As for a caption?
    “You said they were herbivores.”

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  18. fredd says:

    Mal: didn’t see it. Heard it, and it gave me the complete heebie jeebies. I could go into the story, but every time I have told it in the past, people start rolling their eyeballs. I stopped telling it. But I know what I heard.

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  19. Mal says:

    Really spooky, Fredd! Maybe you were better off NOT seeing “it”, huh?

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