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Squiggle This. Home Ask me anything Archive Mobile RSS Squiggle This. Text November 17, 2015 1 note Safe at First squiggler: Today’s squiggle by Joanie Giampietro, Philadelphia, PA New from SafeHouse? Technologies Security Systems: The most advanced home security system on the market today – The Vault.? Quite simply, with The Vault there is nothing that can enter your home if you don’t let it in yourself. There is no disaster – man-made or natural – that can penetrate the triple-reinforced iron and steel fortress that is The Vault. Constructed of the highest grade alloys of steel, titanium, lead and iron, using more than 6,000 steel bolts and rivets and hundreds of steel beams staked 10 feet into the ground surrounding your home, The Vault will keep you and your family safe until the day of your natural death. Don’t take our word for it. Listen to Philadelphia Phillies All-Star 1st Baseman Ryan Howard: “Being a professional baseball player, I spend a lot of time just trying to be safe. But being ‘safe at first’ and being safe at home are two different things when you are talking about the security of your loved ones and your personal possessions. When I round the bases and head for home, I want that home protected by The Vault.“ The Vault is guaranteed to protect your home entirely from: hurricanes home invasion tornados ex-girlfriends/boyfriends earthquakes a crazy person monsoons disgruntled employees typhoons overzealous fans who think you have a special connection because they caught your homerun ball zombies Call today for a free, no-obligation estimate, because if it’s not in The Vault, there are no guarantees.? * * * Monday’s squiggle by Jane Lively, 7 A CANE THAT AN OLD PERSON WOULD HAVE, MADE OF CHOCOLATE Find us on Facebook. Original run date: September 9, 2011 (via squiggler) Tags: safe at first the vault security Text November 06, 2015 1 note Two People Playing Tennis squiggler: Today’s squiggle by Cindy Childress DICK ENBERG: “Dick Enberg, John McEnroe and Mary Carillo with you live from the U.S. Open as we are watching a match for the ages between the Chopopotrevenkokova twins, Petra and Tetra, who are deep in the third set without either of them actually hitting the ball over the net. It’s astounding really, in all my years of tennis commentary …” MARY CARILLO: “…yes, astounding would be the word, Dick. With every serve you think, well it here it comes, this one’s going to make it over the net and then another double fault. I’ve never seen anything like it, and I’ve coached preschoolers, you know.” ENBERG: “The Chopopotrevenkokova twins, let’s face it, have never been known for their, um, skill on the court, shall we say as much as for, um…” JOHN MCENROE: “ … the sideshow that is their life?” ENBERG: “Well, yes, the story of their life off the court has certainly captured the imaginations of tennis fans …” CARILLO: “Absolutely. Born conjoined, their father, who some would call …” MCENROE: “ … a reckless jerk?” CARILLO: “Or overbearing, perhaps, put tennis racquets in their hands before they were even separated at age 13 so their style of play has always been a little, shall we say…” MCENROE: “ … insane?” CARILLO: “Well, unconventional for sure with their extremely close almost hugging-the-net style. Then, of course, came the gender reassignment surgery at age 20, followed by the huge phenomenon of their reality TV show ‘Double Fault,’ which some say was a big factor in the USTA even ranking the twins at all.” MCENROE: “Oh gee, ya think?” ENBERG: “Petra and Tetra currently ranked 99 and 100 respectively …” CARILLO: “Actually, Tetra’s 99, I believe, and Petra’s 100, I think …” ENBERG: “Well, we could check that …” MCENROE: “Oh, good God, does it really matter?” ENBERG: “And the double faults just continue on with the occasional outburst from one of the twins. Just moments ago, Tetra loudly shouted something across the net at her sister. Did you catch it, John?” MCENROE: “I believe she shouted, ‘DADDY LIED!’ Freaked me out. It was almost demonic.” ENBERG: “Definitely a lot of emotion there for sure.” MCENROE: “Is Petra even wearing underwear?” CARILLO: “And the way Petra charges the net when her sister serves the ball. It’s just a bit…” MCENROE: “Psychotic?” ENBERG: “Not something we’ve really seen before. l will say that.” * * * Tomorrow’s squiggle by Joanie Giampietro, Philadelphia, PA SAFE AT FIRST Find us on Facebook. Original run date: September 9, 2011 (via squiggler) Tags: two people playing tennis Text November 05, 2015 12 notes A Chef in the Kitchen squiggler: Today’s squiggle by Charlotte Lively Tonight on “Chopped:” “…And the mystery basket ingredients are: Pop Rocks, Blood Mary mix, goatsbeard and a baby whale. You have 40 minutes and your times starts … now!” * * * Tomorrow’s squiggle by Cindy Childress TWO PEOPLE PLAYING TENNIS Find us on Facebook. Original run date: September 7, 2011 (via squiggler) Tags: a chef in the kitchen goastbeard chopped Text November 04, 2015 1 note A Snappy Golfer squiggler: Today’s squiggle by Dean Kennedy, Orlando, FL They call him Casanova of the links Renown for his after-putt winks And for the cart that he steers With its gold chandelier But not for the putts that he sinks * * * Tomorrow’s squiggle by Charlotte Lively A CHEF IN THE KITCHEN Find us on Facebook. Original run date: September 6, 2011 (via squiggler) Tags: a snappy golfer Text November 03, 2015 1 note Butterfly squiggler: Today’s squiggle by Riley Kennedy, age 10 Since 1964, more than 130 school buses, touring buses and charter buses have vanished without explanation or trace in a 47,000 square-mile area in the mid-Atlantic part of the U.S. Just last week, a bus full of tourists on its way to Natural Bridge, Va., disappeared mysteriously. The bus was last seen at a traffic light and witnesses recall that they could hear the familiar strains of the song “99 Bottles of Beer” coming through the open windows. Some see this as yet another piece of evidence to fuel the stories of the so-called “Butterfly Triangle,” the controversial theory which posits that a giant monster butterfly carries off buses full of people and enslaves them to paint their massive colorful wings. * * * Tomorrow’s squiggle by Dean Kennedy, Orlando, FL A SNAPPY GOLFER Find us on Facebook. Original run date: September 5, 2011 (via squiggler) Tags: butterfly butterfly triangle Text November 02, 2015 3 notes 99 Bottles of Beer squiggler: Today’s squiggle by Ron Lively * * * Monday’s squiggle by Riley Kennedy, age 10 BUTTERFLY Find us on Facebook. Original run date; September 2, 2011 (via squiggler) Tags: 99 bottles of beer Text October 30, 2015 Prehistoric Squiggle by Noah Original run date: September 1, 2011 Artist’s rendering of the Genesis Museum’s planned interactive “Stonehenge: Trillithons and Triceratops” Exhibit Coming July 2012 to the Genesis Museum: An all-new interactive exhibit, “Stonehenge: Trillithons and Triceratops.” At last, modern man is able to unlock the mystery of the Stonehenge monument in England. The theories of secular scientists have been riddled with gaps and unanswered questions about the purpose and construction of this engineering marvel. But seen through the proper lens of creation science, the picture comes into sharp focus. Genesis Museum anthropologists have spent weeks researching Biblical evidence of the construction of Stonehenge and placing it in its proper historical time. With the knowledge that dinosaurs and man did indeed occupy the earth at the same time, it can easily be extrapolated that dinosaurs worked for man. (“And God blessed them. And God said to them, ‘Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth.‘” – Gen. 1:28) Therefore, the ingenious builders of Stongehenge need not break their backs transporting 40-ton monolith stones, a highly implausible theory put forth by secular scientists. That would’ve been impossible! We now understand that highly complex pulley systems were operated by dinosaur power, with a triceratops, for example, powering the machine by walking on a simple treadmill. Brilliant! See this astounding exhibit when it opens next July. But hurry because the endtimes will be upon us in December! * * * Like us on Facebook. Copyright 2015 Tags: prehistoric Text October 29, 2015 A Kid Fishing Squiggle by Lisa Simms Original run date: August 31, 2011 “Just stay calm, boys, and don’t move a gill. She’ll call him in for lunch a-a-a-n-y minute now.” * * * Like us on Facebook. Copyright 2015 Tags: a kid fishing patience is a virtue Text October 27, 2015 A Rhino Squiggle by Stephen Lecky Original run date: August 30, 2011 They made it a day at the big city zoo, The husband, the wife, for a change just the two. She carried the phone, the purse and the cameras, He deciphered the map to the penguins and pandas. They strolled through the bats and the bears and otters, While discussing the lives of the sons and the daughters. He used her knee to tie his shoe, He held her purse when she went to the loo. She brushed the chips off his shirt during lunch, He took it back when her hamburger crunched. Onward they walked as they talked and they planned, Toward the African animals, still hand in hand. He asked, “Why in the world is the bird on that rhino?” She said, “Well slap me silly if I know!” But of course between rhino and red-billed bird, There’s something to explain it, a particular word. And every wife, every husband knows this, The relationship works because of symbiosis. * * * Like us on Facebook. Copyright 2015 Tags: a rhino symbiosis Text October 26, 2015 Wilderness in the Heart of the City Squiggle by Lucy Meade Original run date: August 29, 2011* 6:30 p.m., August 26, Richmond, Va.: Lucy is ecstatic to have found the perfect parking spot in the Fan. * More Hurricane Irene humor * * * Like us on Facebook. Copyright 2015 Tags: wilderness in the heart of the city hurricane irene Next ? About "Bordering on brilliant and spectacularly smile-inducing." -- Sifter Squiggle This. is a comic strip unlike any other, a collaboration between an artist and writer and a random person. You draw the squiggle and give us the subject. Squiggle Champion of the World Matt Lively draws the picture using your squiggle. Writer Janet Freisner writes about it. We call it a collaboration but it's really a game of creative kick the can. No one knows what the next person will do. Every day our challenge is to find the zany, absurd and totally unexpected in a single squiggle. All of this happens in just about a single day. Visit us every weekday as we attempt to answer the question: What could possibly be lurking inside a humble little squiggle? A world of possibilities. That's what. Want to send us a squiggle? Here's how. STEP 1: Draw a squiggle in red. Don't let the line intersect itself at any point. STEP 2: Snap a photo with your phone. STEP 3: Think of a subject. The weirder, the better. STEP 4: Email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org STEP 5: Visit us every day to see your squiggle! LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/squigglethis ? Squiggle This. 2013 Powered by Tumblr. 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