Friday, November 30, 2007

The list keeps growing.

So now they're talking about adding "Working Third Shift" to the list of things that cause cancer.

Wouldn't it be easier to make a short list of things that don't cause cancer?

10 comments:

Billy Beck said...

First Rule of Cancer Club: "Never talk about Cancer Club."

homebru said...

Breathing causes cancer in laboratory rats.

OA said...

It's that damned moonlight. Gets the black bile all het up. Leaches to fix.

BobG said...

"Wouldn't it be easier to make a short list of things that don't cause cancer?"

You mean there are things that don't cause cancer?

Yu-Ain Gonnano said...

Life causes cancer.

Proof: You ever see a dead thing get it? No, well there you go.

bedlamite said...

I was under the impression that it was the state of California that caused cancer.

OA said...

bedlamite said...
I was under the impression that it was the state of California that caused cancer.

3:49 PM, November 30, 2007


Sure as hell right if you're a fisherman.

"The products sold here may contain lead and other substances that are known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects and other reproductive harm."

Good thing I'm not in California or I might have non-gruntled lymph nodes, a water head and withered genitals by now.

BryanP said...

I'd like to see one requirement to get .gov money for a research grant. The applicant has to have the phrase "Correlation does not equal causation" tattoed backwards on their forehead so they have to read it every morning when they shave or put on makeup.

comatus said...

oa LOL, in Kali that would fit right in.

In certain branches of Government service, if the tour starts at one minute after midnight, it's on the books as "days." Now I know why.

So if you start at 0420, what does the UN say you'll get? Benign lesions?

Matt G said...

Joe Jackson said it best.