Friday, November 30, 2007

Kanye West: Psychic Assassin?

After seeing a recent music video depicting Kanye West as a daredevil stunt man, Evel Knievel sued West and his record label. He claimed that the video damaged Knievel's reputation and image as a wholesome American Hero.

West met with Knievel LAST WEEK in person and the lawsuit was subsequently dropped. No money was exchanged.

Evel Knievel dies less that 48 hours after news of the meeting is reported.

Kanye West has been closely tied to personal trainer Jacob Scnavkol, a Russian national who was involved in several remote viewing and Psi-Ops projects in the former Soviet Union. Scnavkol was once overheard telling West "Here, you read minds. In Russia, minds read YOU"

-thePrisoner (thinks he's being spied on)

Cheese Friday™ : Canceled!

For the first time in history, Cheese Friday has been canceled due to the death of Cheese Friday's Patron Saint, Evel Knievel.

Evel Knievel 1938 - 2007

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Too Much Action?

Consider this a little Thanksgiving leftover. A little Turkey and a little cheese.

And a whole can of whoop ass!!

thePrisoner (wondering why his dry-cleaner is in an action movie)

Friday, November 23, 2007

Cheese Friday™: I demand a recount!

Wisconsin steals a victory from California in cheese contest

Daily Pilot

"California made a strong case for the quality of its cheese, but Wisconsin emerged as the dominant market force at the inaugural American Cheesemaker Awards at the Fairmont Newport Beach."
read more

You may have won this battle Wisconsin, but you'll lose the war!

I would have gone and filed a report for The Smart Patrol, but entry to the event was $75 and I spent my money on some of that "Cheese Heroin" all the kids have been talking about. It tasted like crap but gave me a new appreciation for Pete Doherty.

Mr. DNA (not a real journalist)


Jason broke Target. Lulu got to take her break early.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Friday, November 16, 2007

Who You Gonna Call?

So, I guess the game isn't a sequal to the movies. Rumors say it is written by Dan Akroyd and Harold Ramis. All 4 original Ghostbusters are signed on to voice the game. Also, Annie Potts and William Atherton are scheduled to do cameos.

Nobody puts Kitty in a corner.


"In October, (that guy in the picture) stabbed his nephew after "the nephew insulted the suspect's cat," Buena Park police Sgt. Bill Kohanek said."

He stabbed his nephew with an ice-pick so many times, "officers originally thought he'd been hit with a shotgun blast".
read more

I'm going to assume there is more to the story. But if I'm wrong, could you imagine what he'd do if you insulted his mother?

-Captain Anonymous
(posted by Mr. DNA for C.A.)

Cheese Friday™ : 1st Annual Oakland Regional Grilled Cheese Invitational

There's an event coming up in Los Angeles sometime next year. I'm gonna be there!

Mr. DNA (loves him some pretty with his Cheese)

Thursday, November 15, 2007

And You Think Your Commute Sucks!

This may be something floating all around these internets of ours, but this file was e-mailed to me and is a bit of a jaw dropper. It's not grizzly but there is a phrase that is usually deemed as NSFW (although I say it at work every day).

We don't get serious or political here too often but I would just like to tack on that no matter how you feel about the war, the fact is that a war is being fought, in our name, and young men and women are facing unspeakable danger and horrors and wearing our flag when they do so. Let's hope that they can be home and safe as soon as possible.


Wednesday, November 14, 2007


This is an update to my October 17th post.
Go here to catch up.

It's been 30 days.
I went to Target today to see if anyone had claimed the $200.
What do you think happened?

Yeah, you're right. Someone claimed the cash. That same night.

Now on one hand that could mean the person who lost the cash raced backed to Target after noticing a gaping hole in their jeans and realized they were missing two crisp $100 bills. They got to the store just as the night manager was locking up the front doors. After explaining the situation the manager reluctantly let this person in so they could check with Customer Service. Upon entry they were stunned to find out someone had actually turned in the cash. Gratefully reunited with their $200 they went home and decided to write a letter to the the good people who turned in the money to Lost-and-Found. They wrote a 3 page letter on how thankful they were for people like my wife and I. How without that $200 they wouldn't have been able to buy the medicine for their son Benji's medical condition. How it had restored their faith in humanity, and gave them hope for a better tomorrow.

But then the letter got lost in the mail because they wrote our address down wrong.

On the other hand it could mean Supervisor Girl had a really good time at the Halloween party.


-Mr. DNA (feels fan-fricken-tastic)

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Spokane Airport

Having just explained why my carry-on luggage is comprised of
electronics and a dozen video tapes, I'm thinking that a latex sex toy
should be a standard part of my travel kit.

"Can you explain what this is, sir?"
"Well, I can't go anywhere without, Ole' Blue and the lube twins!"
"Uh, you are... You... You can go, have a good flight"

thePrisoner (YOU are the prisoner)

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Thirty Degrees

It's chilly

But beautiful

Monday, November 05, 2007

thePrisoner... from Idaho

I'm in Coeur D'alene, ID
I'm here for work.
It is a little awkward to get to.
It is incredibly beautiful.

Friday, November 02, 2007

Cheese Friday™ : Bathtub Cheese BUST!

Image above is not Ms. Cuenca. Or is it?

From the Central Valley Business Times.

Floribel Hernandez Cuenca, 29, and Manuel Martin Sanchez Garrido, 44, of Montclair, were arrested for selling a variety of unlicensed cheeses to the public. Ms. Cuenca was also arrested on felony cheese making charges.

The 375 pounds of seized illegal cheese included panela, queso fresco and queso oxaca varieties, the CDFA says. It was a significant find, the department says.

“Illegally produced is cheese is serious threat to public health,” says CDFA Secretary A.G. Kawamura.


Mr DNA (wonders, "If Cheese kills people, do they go to Cheese Valhalla?")

Thursday, November 01, 2007

I hope I'm not diabetic.

If this keeps up I'll be trying out for The Biggest Loser next season.

-Mr. DNA (is glad he doesn't have any crowns)