Wednesday, January 18, 2006

It Aint Safe In The Arizona Desert Either



My buddy frank was cruising along some single track in the Mountains North of Phoenix when he dodged what he believes was a mole person. (not native to this area) Franks fine but them cactus sure dont take no prisoners. Take note of the leatherman crew removing some of the cactus the guy working on Franks daddy parts is former world moto-cross champion Chuck Sun. A good man to have on hand when you need a prick pulled through your dungeree's.

5 Comments:

At 11:02 AM , Blogger crabcake said...

Egads! The mole people are everywhere. It shall now be my mission also to track down and eliminate the dastardly vermin.

SpongeBob was a friend of mine. Ok....not a friend but I watched him on tv and found him quite sexy.

PS. Do you mind if I link you over at my place?

 
At 6:57 PM , Blogger jungle jane said...

whatever is going on in the bottom photo? is that some sort of blokey initiation ceremony?

And can you get me a beer while you are up?

 
At 7:01 PM , Blogger josh williams said...

CC: Spongebob is fine it was a distant cousin.
JJ: Sure the beer is yours, tepid Fosters as you prefer. Yea its what we do in the states.
You jam cactus spines into your privates and then you have them pulled out through your jeans with makeshift pliers. Seperates the men from the nancys.

 
At 3:28 PM , Blogger Lady K said...

DUDE! I live in AZ and the mole people are EVERYWHERE in the high desert. Ch-ch-ch-Cholla! (Pronounced "choya) Otherwise known as the "jumping cactus." Somehow the buggers sense body heat when you get close and jump out and stick you good. The spines on them have hooks, so it's REALLY hard to get them out, and even after that you need tweezers to get the remnants. OUCH. I've spent COUNTLESS hours combing them off my dog's back, legs, belly, snout...and STILL she doesn't learn her lesson. Was your homie hunting Javalina by chance?

 
At 4:00 PM , Blogger josh williams said...

I've had a handefull myself. They are a menace in small dose's but Frank fell into a batch after flying over his handle bars. He said he may have about twenty left that he could not get out. However he was able to ride the next day...

 

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