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This is CRAZY LAND.

No human-compatible bathrooms! / The light frying your eyes like eggs and bacon!

I had a dream last night where a bunch of people and I were inside a wooden house, and my sister was telling us some interesting stories about a trip she’d been on. Then some riot police came in and invaded us! We wondered if my sister could do anything about it because of her affiliation, but she could not because the RCMP had nothing to do with it. Then we read books about some past victims of raids, like black women named Tina and Betty. Later, my sister disappointed me by saying that she would ban me from eating chips when this experience was over. What the heck, subconscious?!

One in 48 million: Dad and 3 kids share same birthday (Surrey flavor!)

It isn’t difficult to remember birthdays in the Brown household in Surrey, B.C. That’s because four members of the family share October 13th as their special day. The Browns say it’s a complete coincidence that five-year-old Isaiah, six-year-old Mikayla, and 10-year-old Joseph all share a birthday with their father.

“I didn’t have a C-section, I didn’t plan it. You can’t really plan having kids – they just come when they want to come,” said mom Melissa Brown Rena. “All the doctors were amazed.”

The odds of four family members sharing their special day are astronomical: just a one in 48,475,179 chance of it ever happening again, according to the family patriarch, Martin Brown. But he says the third child being born on the same day almost didn’t happen.

Isaiah was about to be delivered about five minutes before midnight on October 12th, but the doctors had to stop because the cord was wrapped around his neck. “By the time we straightened it out, he was born on my actual birthday,” he said.

Melissa Brown Rena says having all the birthdays on the same day is logistically easier because they share a party and cake, but she always makes an effort to “make sure they still feel they’re individuals.” As for Martin Brown, he says he gets the biggest present of them all. “It’s like a continual birthday present for me. A continual reminder of God’s blessings,” he said.

This gray Reticulian alien tells Jon Otis and Joe Scharfenberg that there aren’t human-compatible bathrooms on the planet of Jimo.

Around the corner from the Jimo café, this gray Reticulian alien tells Jon Otis and Joe Scharfenberg that this is no place for humans. The light will fry your eyes like eggs and bacon.

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