Posts Tagged ‘funny’
Tags: bored, bulwark exterminating, Cat, cats, facebook, funny, Image Galleries, pest, pest control, Pet, Recreation
Tags: Carl, Carl's Jr, Coupon, epic fail, Fail, Fail Images, Fast food, Food, funny, Hamburger, Ice cream sandwich
Took my coupon into Carl’s Jr today… Found that I was paying 2 cents more to use it! LOL.
Oh and if you buy a drink, get the 44oz..
Perhaps they have found a way to combat coupon dependency.
- Carl’s Jr. Testing ‘Ice Cream Brrrger’ in Orange County (aht.seriouseats.com)
- How to hold a hamburger properly. (brentthegent.wordpress.com)
- Couponing Craziness- Getting Started (Part 1) (proudpatriot07.wordpress.com)
Tags: bulwark, dodge ball, dodgeball, fun, funny, games, hilarious, LOL, pest control, pest control guys, sports
So it’s not everyday that a group of pest control guys get together and don’t have any bugs to squash. So the next best alternative is Dodge Ball. Yep. A group of grown men have out their differences on the dodge ball court… and here is the video for your viewing enjoyment.
Related Dodge Ball articles
Tags: Biology, funny, Idaho, pest control, Pocatello Zoo, Reindeer, rodent control, Santa Claus, Santa Claus's reindeer, Zoology, Zoos and Aquariums
Story from BlogPestControl.com
“…But do you recall? The most famous reindeer of all…Shooter The Good Deed Reindeer!”
OK, so he may not be the most famous, but he certainly is the most thoughtful and service oriented toward rodent-kind.
Shooter, resident of the Pocatello Zoo in Idaho, was seen by zoo staff awkwardly handling his water trough. The large animal, which at times can be a bit overbearing for many of the staffers, eventually was able to dip his head and gently retrieve a rat from his barrel. Shooter then laid the distressed rodent on the floor and proceeded to nudge him with his hoof until he had the strength to scurry away into the bushes on his own power.
READ FULL STORY HERE >>
- Reindeer: Not just for Christmas (yubanet.com)
- Reindeer Unharmed After Escaping Texas Trailer (dfw.cbslocal.com)
- Are reindeer real? I’ve never seen one in real life before… (cassiefairy.wordpress.com)
Tags: Arizona State University, Biology, Cockroach, cool, funny, Grasshopper, Leaproach, pest control, pest control guy, Phoenix Roach Control, South Africa, spider man, video
ASU based in Phoenix AZ awards this Cockroach the top 10 new species award. The Leaproach is the only known roach that can actually jump. Watch the slow motion video of this newly discovered species:
Wheweeee… now that is some good hopping.
What is curious is that the guy that discovered them claims: “The jumping motion likely didn’t evolve to avoid predators, although that may be a benefit. More likely, says Picker, it helps leaproaches spread out to find mates and track down their favorite food: Protein-packed grasshopper poop”
Hmmm… how does he know that it’s not a defensive evolution? And how can he be certain that they didn’t just pick up some super grasshopper poop laced with toxic grasshopper gene’s along the way? Perhaps the real story hear is that we now have evidence that Spider-man could actually have a plausible story line. Well that is, if Spider-man ate spider poop. “You are what you eat.”… “You eat poop for breakfast?”
Someone please call in the Phoenix Roach Control guys before I hurt myself!
- Can Cockroaches Jump? Meet the Leaproach. (blogpestcontrol.com)
- If You Were Ever Going to Feel Sorry For Cockroaches, Its Now (blogpestcontrol.com)
- Cockroach eaters to descend on Six Flags (ajc.com)
Tags: bulwark exterminating, Christmas, Christmas lights, Decorations and Props, funny, Holiday, Light-emitting diode, Lights, pest control guy, power cords, Queen Creek Pest Control, Shopping, Turkey
I was just emailed this photo… found it funny. Would love to see my neighbors do this. The guy down the street from me has 180 channels for Christmas lights on his home. He sets the lights by channels to music with a computer program that uses an equalizer, fade-in, fade-out, note recognition, instrument recognition… He has another program that helps him designate zones on the home so that he can construct his light show by zones. He tells me that Channel 4 news is going to be down to video tape his home this Friday night. I decided to help out and lend him a couple of power cords. Apparently the power cords are a bit of an expense. So if you see a home in Queen Creek AZ on the news… you know the pest control guy helped.
On a side note, this will be the first time ever that my home has Christmas lights up the day after Thanksgiving.
Hope the Turkey was good to you this year.
And yes… there are others blogging about Christmas lights as well.
- A million Christmas lights … (mouth-online.com)
- Upgrade Christmas Lights to LED (thinkoutsidethebin.com)
- World’s Largest Christmas Lights Directory On iOS Updated For 2011 (themactrack.com)
Tags: Alan Bleiweiss, Barry Schwartz, Danny Sullivan, funny, Panda 2.2, panda 2.2 video, Reuben Yau, SMX Panda 2.2
I believe this about sums up the SEO’s encounter with the Panda.
Son: Dad can we get some more hits please?
Dad: No Google says we already have too much.
Google Panda: And just for asking… Bye-bye SEO shopping cart.
< Smashes the food on your table to oblivion >
Get in line… You never want to meet the Panda.
… Many SEOs and website owners aren’t laughing.
While I may jest about the Panda 2.2 roll out, many companies are struggling to keep afloat with Google’s new algorithm change. Desperately reaching for alternative methods to cope, like improper use of rel=canonical tags, to stop the blood flowing from their site’s life lines. When you put people in desperate situations you get panic and survival mode.
Panda 2.2 Resources
Here are a few good resources to check out:
Tags: comic books, comicbooks, Exterminator, funny, movies, pest control, pest control guy, spiderman
Okay… I like Spiderman and all, but did it really out rank Ironman? I mean, I even have a biased to the spider since I am a pest control guy and all, but Iron Man nailed it! … But putting them in a real order wouldn’t leave much to debate here. And at least now I have a couple of rentals to consider since I haven’t seen several of your top 25. Cowabunga!
Here is their list:
25. ‘Shogun Assassin’ (1980)
24. ‘A History of Violence’ (2005)
23. ’300′ (2007)
22. ‘Road to Perdition’ (2002)
21. ‘Hellboy’ (2004)
20. ‘X-Men’ (2000)
19. ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’ (2010)
18. ‘Persepolis’ (2007)
17. ‘Sin City’ (2005)
16. ‘X2′ (2003)
15. ‘Ghost in the Shell’ (1995)
14. ‘Iron Man’ (2008)
13. ‘Lupin the 3rd: Castle of Cagliostro’ (1979)
12. ‘Spider-Man’ (2002)
11. ‘The Rocketeer’ (1991)
10. ‘Superman’ (1978)
9. ‘American Splendor’ (2003)
8. ‘Men in Black’ (1997)
7. ‘Batman’ (1989)
6. ‘Spider-Man II’ (2004)
5. ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ (1990)
4. ‘Ghost World’ (2001)
3. ‘Akira’ (1988)
2. ‘The Dark Knight’ (2008)
1. ‘Blade’ (1998)
Well, where to begin with this list. Let’s just start with #1… SERIOUSLY? Sure the logic is sound, but I doubt that the general public would even place Blade in their top 10 list let alone #1. And I am surprised that 2 sequels beat out the originals (Spiderman II, and Dark Knight). In fact, Batman Begins didn’t even make their top 25. It only made mention to why Blade was number one. Which may not be all that honorable of a mention considering that they mentioned Daredevil in sync, which also didn’t make the list. If they were dipping into the top 25 as legendary status they also missed Tales from the Crypt, an EC comic book. And then you have to think about Dick Tracy being skipped over for a couple of less known animations films. Which is especially insulting when they didn’t add in any of Marvel’s full length Comic Book Animations. “Batman: Under the Red Hood” was an amazing movie. But I can see why you wouldn’t want to add another Batman to the list.
I must think that there is some criteria that is not being explained in the author’s selection. Some unwritten rule about it having to be a Comic Book prior to being a movie, which is understandable. I mean the Stars Wars and Indiana Jones movies made the comic books. But this doesn’t explain why Transformers was left off the list. Granted it was a Toy prior to it’s TV and Comic Book debut. But none the less, Transformers was a comic book at the same time it was a TV series, so without proper exclusion from the list for being a toy first, Transformers should have made the top 25. The author also included “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” which was graphic NOVEL, not a comic book.
Disclaimer: I am not a certified comic book specialist. So don’t mind me, just a Phoenix pest control guy doing my pest controlling.