Category Archives: The Internet

Jewish Signs of the Apocalypse

Newt Gingrich Rocking a YarmulkaGenerally speaking kiddies, truth is stranger than fiction.

Uncle Frankie was checking some statistics on his site today and came across an odd search term someone had used to find him:

“jewish signs of the apocalypse”

Not understanding what could possibly be the connection, I decided to run a search on that term myself through Google and was proud to learn that, out of 142,000 results, this contribution was Number Four in Your Hearts.

You know what the difference between Truth and Fiction is kids?

Fiction has to make sense.

jewish signs of the apocalypse
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Calling Mr. Hardcock! Calling Mr. Hardcock!

No Google Voice For You!I don’t know if you’re aware of the fairly long-running game of comparing the garbled transcriptions that users are getting from the free Google Voice service. It’s pretty big out there.

And now I know why.

Here is the first few words of a transcription I received from a Google Voice mail left for me this evening.

“Hey Frank, hard cock for with the A O X F Group, and I know it would be a long shot reaching you tonight, but…”

I have not altered a word.

In case you’re wondering, the caller’s actual name is Art Koster.

A “long shot?” “Reaching” me? I could go on like this all night!

Google: What’s not to like?

Nude Girls Inside

Some things just sell themselves.

See if you can resist this offer:

NUDE GIRLS INSIDE

Enjoy!

2010 in Review According to WordPress

In my last posting, I shared my Top 10 stories from 2010 with you. Below is what you, my reading public, found most fascinating over the past 12 months. Not surprisingly, your favorite topic was – wait for it – BOOBS!

Uncle Frankie is just shocked and amazed kiddies. Not really.

The funniest part is that, in three years of publishing this blog, I’ve only posted “Boob Content” twice that I can think of. And even then, the posts were not essentially about the boobs themselves. Nonetheless, there are certain truisms in life, one of which is that everyone – male or female – loves boobs.

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how Stuff Frank Finds Funny did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meterâ„¢ reads Wow.

Crunchy numbers

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The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 120,000 times in 2010. If it were an exhibit at The Louvre Museum, it would take 5 days for that many people to see it.

In 2010, there were 106 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 192 posts. There were 147 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 8mb. That’s about 3 pictures per week.

The busiest day of the year was August 23rd with 819 views. The most popular post that day was A Quarter-Million Chinese Boobs.

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were democraticunderground.com, alphainventions.com, 74.125.67.100, search.aol.com, and facebook.com.

Some visitors came searching, mostly for boobs, big boobs, asian boobs, asian tits, and big breasts.

Other interesting search phrases which brought visitors to Stuff Frank Finds Funny? Richard Heene, creepy clown(s), human caterpillar, 12 year old breasts, me love you long time, doll husband, 12 year old boy [I’m not making this up kids, these terms are from the logs] hairy ass, small penis, monkey meat, may I push in your stool, gay thong, you can’t fix stupid, mixed emotions, Marion Barry, mom boobs, weed and beer, long breasts (WTF?), old tits, gay bashing web sites, manly bike for sale, people running away (?), what the hell is victoria’s secret?, along with over 100 iterations of boobs, big boobs, big asian/chinese/japanese/australian boobs, boobs of 10 year-old girls, 12, 13 15 – you name it.

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.

1

A Quarter-Million Chinese Boobs December 2008
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2

Kill Mom. Buy Boobs. September 2008
2 comments

3

Richard Heene To Appear on Wife Swap September 2008
73 comments

4

Richard and Mayumi Heene’s “Wife Swap” Performances October 2008
60 comments

5

Coulrophobia December 2008
2 comments

Hate The iPhone? Watch This!

Give it a least a minute before you give up. This is funny.

“Fuck it. My sister says Walgreen’s has iPhones in stock.”

Java Forever!

Alright kids, this one’s an inside joke that’s probably only going to be funny for Uncle Frankie and a small circle of his geeky friends who do programming and web development. But I had to post it nonetheless because it fulfilled my Rule #1: it made me laugh out loud.

While employed at a certain large company in the American Southwest, Your Friend Flicka (that’s me) engaged in a long-running battle with a German-born IT Director over using an a server running an open-source operating system instead of Microsoft .net, which this computer-controlling Kraut insisted on.

Believe me when I tell you, it was a six month-long corporate pissing contest of the highest order between me as the new guy and the long-established IT wonk who simply would not even consider any software or OS that didn’t come from Redmond. Long story short, I won the battle but lost the war.

I apologize to all of you who don’t get the humor of this one and demand to hear from that small number of you who are currently laughing your asses off.

Horse Boy: International Man of Mystery

Famous, Anonymous and Equine

Famous, Anonymous and Equine

Have you seen this man, uh, I mean horse?

You would have seen him had you been in Street View while surfing Google Maps for the area around Aberdeen, Scotland.

I don’t know who he is, what he’s doing wearing a horse mask or if he knew that the Google Street View photo minions were coming through Aberdeen that day but I do know this: he’s my hero.

Let’s face it, that’s how I like my men: complicated. This guy is simultaneously famous and anonymous. And equine. No report from the BBC if he’s hung like one as well.

It would be great for someone to track where the Google photogs are headed and organize people to create scenes like this around the world.