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 I hear the Ontario government is looking into changing the Red Ensign, our provincial flag. 
What a noble use of tax dollars, changing an official piece of cloth.
There is clearly nothing that this revenue would be better spent upon...
I mentioned this idea before, in a journal entry entitled 'A Disease You WOULDN'T Want?'...
A Disease You WOULDN'T Want?My birfdy gathering....the topic of disgustion turned to Alzheimer's.
In this case, a person that had been diagnosed with this horrible malady at a relatively early age. :(
 The thought of my having even further memory loss is particularly frightening to this forgetful fart, and developing symptoms at a younger age is even more of a tragedy.
I made the pithy observation "That's a disease you don't want to get".
My niece, Chelsea :iconhorace-bulregard: astutely pointed out that there are no diseases that one would welcome diagnosis with happy acceptance. :D
Imagine, if you will, a doctor, about to break this tragic news to a nervous patient:

"
I hate to have to tell you this, but you've developed x-ray vision, and you have the power of ten men. There's nothing science can do to remedy your condition." 
Please feel free to play along at home.
"It seems you've acquired the ability to alter weather with your mind, here are some antibiotics".

In light of the tests I've been enduring lately, I thought of another diagnosis that is highly unlikely, but would be entirely welcome.

Here's the thing, even if the specialists and my doctor don't use any scary terms that start with a Capital C, I know that the symptoms will continue, and worsen.

So, on that optimistically cheery note, here's the one that just popped into my head, as I pondered my predicament.

Doctor: "The CT Scan results are back, and it seems your kidneys are filled with gold coins. Not only can we surgically remove them easily and painlessly, but you will be a wealthy man".

Have a nice day, everly buddy, this ain't the movies, don't hold your breath on my behalf.

Banana...Before Infection by KeswickPinhead
Fear Of Chocolate KittensUltrasound test indicates that there is a spot on my kidney.
No, I'm not expecting it to turn out to be a spot of milk chocolate.
I have to go for a CT scan, also known as a Cat Scan.
Pretty sure it will confirm my suspicion, that I'm full of cats.
It's the only rational thing any logical person could conclude.

I should update my journal, but I feel like ten pounds of shit in a five pound bag.
Now, where will I go to perform the stupid human tricks I've been working on?
End of an era. Miss you already, Mister Letterman. #DavidLetterman
So a couple was walking by my garden, as a neighbour was bitching and moaning about the weather, Canada, and the world in general, as is his custom.
The lady says to me "You've got a real positive neighbour".
I laughed, and rolled my eyes.
Whining party was watching, and overheard this assessment.
His new mantra: "I know people think I'm negative, but..."
Every time I hear the guy say it, I think "How on earth would anyone come to the conclusion that YOU are negative, neighbour?"
If he tries the mantra on me, I'm going to ask him that sarcastic query.
I mentioned this idea before, in a journal entry entitled 'A Disease You WOULDN'T Want?'...
A Disease You WOULDN'T Want?My birfdy gathering....the topic of disgustion turned to Alzheimer's.
In this case, a person that had been diagnosed with this horrible malady at a relatively early age. :(
 The thought of my having even further memory loss is particularly frightening to this forgetful fart, and developing symptoms at a younger age is even more of a tragedy.
I made the pithy observation "That's a disease you don't want to get".
My niece, Chelsea :iconhorace-bulregard: astutely pointed out that there are no diseases that one would welcome diagnosis with happy acceptance. :D
Imagine, if you will, a doctor, about to break this tragic news to a nervous patient:

"
I hate to have to tell you this, but you've developed x-ray vision, and you have the power of ten men. There's nothing science can do to remedy your condition." 
Please feel free to play along at home.
"It seems you've acquired the ability to alter weather with your mind, here are some antibiotics".

In light of the tests I've been enduring lately, I thought of another diagnosis that is highly unlikely, but would be entirely welcome.

Here's the thing, even if the specialists and my doctor don't use any scary terms that start with a Capital C, I know that the symptoms will continue, and worsen.

So, on that optimistically cheery note, here's the one that just popped into my head, as I pondered my predicament.

Doctor: "The CT Scan results are back, and it seems your kidneys are filled with gold coins. Not only can we surgically remove them easily and painlessly, but you will be a wealthy man".

Have a nice day, everly buddy, this ain't the movies, don't hold your breath on my behalf.

Banana...Before Infection by KeswickPinhead
Fear Of Chocolate KittensUltrasound test indicates that there is a spot on my kidney.
No, I'm not expecting it to turn out to be a spot of milk chocolate.
I have to go for a CT scan, also known as a Cat Scan.
Pretty sure it will confirm my suspicion, that I'm full of cats.
It's the only rational thing any logical person could conclude.

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Patchie97 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the favorite, man! :)
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KeswickPinhead Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2015   General Artist
Welcome. :)
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Patchie97 Featured By Owner Edited Apr 16, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:excited:  
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2112yyz2112 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2015
Thanks for all the favin....EH:) (Smile) :) (Smile) :) (Smile) 
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KeswickPinhead Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2015   General Artist
Thought I'd check in, see what's up. :)
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TheKingOfDolls Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for watching me!
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KeswickPinhead Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2015   General Artist
Welcome.
Love your gallery. I've worked with recycled material, doll parts etc, myself, so I appreciate the work that went into your pieces.
I'm sure you get the "creepy" comment on your work, much like I have, so let me just say, I DO NOT think your stuff is "creepy".
I think it's an inventive way to use the material that our creepy society casts off.
If anything is creepy, it's humanity's wastefulness. 
Keep up the wood gork, your highness.

Sincerely

The King Of All Toast
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TheKingOfDolls Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for your kind words!!
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BlueCaroline Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you Craig Wilkins!

Snowflake Snowflake Snowflake :snowman: Snowflake Snowflake Snowflake 
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KeswickPinhead Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2015   General Artist
No need for tanks, the art is its own reward. :)
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