For about a year, I worked as a host in an Olive Garden restarurant(sic). During that time, I made the following strips. Each strip is completely true, except for people’s names, which have been changed so that they don’t get mad at me. This comic is not endorsed in any way by The Olive Garden or its parent company, Darden Restaurants. In fact, they don’t even know it exists.
Everyone wants to open a bar. Financially it is one of the worst investments you could ever make, but the cool factor is off the charts. If you really want to make money in the saloon industry I suggest the “money on the wall” theme. The money on the wall theme is to have every patron in the bar write something stupid on a dollar bill and tack it on the wall. After several years you can build up 10′s of thousands of dollars of assets and the theft rate is unbelievable low. Below are some of the best Money Pubs in the US and some unbelievable photos.
ATLANTA (SI.com) — In an unprecedented finish that had more twists and turns than the surreal Cal-Stanford ending of 1982, Trinity University executed 15 laterals, off a kickoff return, before scoring a touchdown at the final gun to clinch an improbable 28-24 win over Millsaps College.
History will show that Riley Curry rumbled 44 yards through the exhausted Millsaps special teams to score the game-winner for Trinity. But no one will ever forget the sheer zaniness of the Lateralapalooza, from beginning to end, as the winning score lasted 46 seconds in real time — most likely an NCAA record (if such records are kept).
“I’ve never seen anything like it in my 32 years in football,” said Trinity coach Steve Mohr.
In all, seven different Tigers touched the ball amongst the 15 laterals. It was every bit the ending to the famous Cal-Stanford finish a quarter-century ago — minus the Millsaps band running onto the field before the final whistle.
An experiment in growing edible and ornamental fish and plants in an indoor, contructed ecosytem. Based on the concept of aquaponics, this hanging garden fountain uses a simple pond pump, along with gravity to flow the nutrients from fish waste through the plant roots. The plants and bacteria in the system serve to cleanse and purify the water for the fish.
Farm Fountain is an experiment in local, sustainable agriculture and recycling. It utilizes 2-liter plastic soda bottles as planters and continuously recycles the water in the system to create a symbiotic relationship between edible plants, fish and humans. The work creates an indoor healthy environment that also provides oxygen and light to the humans working and moving through the space. The sound of water trickling through the plant containers creates a peaceful, relaxing waterfall. The Koi and Tilapia fish that are part of this project also provide a focus for relaxed viewing.