Saturday, August 11, 2012

Overheard in the Hallway...

RX: "I am known by the state of California to cause cancer..."

Me: "Well, la-ti-da! So's everything else."

RX: "I know, I just want that on a tee shirt."

16 comments:

hooper said...

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Threadless, please.

JD Rush said...

The t-shirt would require a separate Prop 65 warning on the tag to legally be sold in California.

Don M said...

I know that reading your stuff makes my brain grow.

Kristopher said...
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Kristopher said...

I was the nasty person who almost got the state of California to declare Di-Hydrogen Monoxide a hazardous substance.

They actually sent a person from the prosecutor's office up to Oregon to interview me in an effort to hang a perjury charge on me.

After listening to me tell him for 20 minutes all about the real dangers of Di-Hydrogen Monoxide, he gave up and left ... I think the barely controlled laughter by the two OSP cops who were there to watch encouraged him to leave early.

Brian Miller said...

I'll just leave this here...

http://www.tanga.com/deals/b9f1039ef7b/caution-known-to-the-state-of-california-to-cause-cancer-t-shirt#close-facebox

Steve said...

Wouldn't Roberta require the tag? I'd like to see Tam sew it on.

RabidAlien said...

Heh. Love it when they say something like "known to cause cancer in lab rats". Well...quit feeding it to lab rats, then, ya sadistic bass-turds!

Grayson said...

I can tell you all, with a wee modicum of certainty, just what causes cancer:

Laboratory rats.

Cheers. ;)

mustanger said...

The scientific studies prove laboratory experiments cause cancer in rats.

RM1(SS) (ret) said...

Life causes cancer.

Justthisguy said...

What I want on my t-shirt is,

Disgruntled Ex-Employee

Kristopher said...

You should a fully Gruntled ex-employee.

Don't allow an employer's bad decisions cause your damage to your state of gruntlement.

Scout26 said...

I want one also. Group-buy per chance?

Anonymous said...

But RX will only cause cancer if she is IN the state of california. Outside of it, we're safe. Oh, and 99% of people with cancer have used toilet paper, I'm pretty sure that's the real cause.

Eseell said...

I'd like to see it on a pint glass.