So many ideas…

So many ideas…

posted on 17 Feb 2009 in Clothing

 

Photo courtesy of Hide Ishiura.
Seen in Harajuku, Tokyo. 

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George
George
11 years ago

You mean from pentagon TO grand canyon. A nuke would do the job nicely.

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
11 years ago

Pentagon has been secretly relocated to Grand Canyon for strategic reasons.

beechoak
beechoak
11 years ago

Another secret government facility exposed… where are Mulder and Scully when you need them!?

beechoak
beechoak
11 years ago

“Hey, Admiral… I have an idea… Let’s move the Pentagon to the Grand Canyon so we can enjoy the view…!”

EricG
EricG
11 years ago

Hey, don’t start blaming Arizona for the Pentagon’s work the last 6 years.

EricG
EricG
11 years ago

Like the Grand Canyon, the Pentagon’s ideas have a huuuuuuge gap in them.

dangevin
11 years ago

The rift in America’s foreign policy just got a little wider.

littlefuzzykit
littlefuzzykit
11 years ago

That must be one of those alternate ways of looking at reality!

Grifter
Grifter
11 years ago

I’ve always thought of the Grand Canyon as a trapezoid shape… I do hear voices there though

ChillinCharlie
ChillinCharlie
11 years ago

so many ideas from empire state building of red wood forest

ChillinCharlie
ChillinCharlie
11 years ago

so many ideas from pace picante sauce of new york city

ChillinCharlie
ChillinCharlie
11 years ago

so many ideas from great wall of china of united states

DECMATH
11 years ago

so little time for fact-checking

Ahasferos
Ahasferos
11 years ago

Xzibit has moved from cars to monuments, on this episode: Pimp my Pentagon. Shout out to all my homies from Pentagon to Grand Canyon.

or

It’s actually half a quote: The difference between the pope and Richard Dawkins spans as far in so many ideas from Pentagon of Grand Canyon.

Lollerskate
Lollerskate
11 years ago

Wait ’till you see the dodecahedron of Area 51…

kapow
kapow
11 years ago

Grand Canyon? I thought it was in an underwater facility beneath the Golden Gate bridge.

Xila
Xila
11 years ago

The Grand Canyon is more linear, so the Pentagon couldn’t possibly be there.

Ghost08
Ghost08
11 years ago

we said HUSH HUSH not spill the beans on the back of your jacket you nincompoop

wicketbird
wicketbird
11 years ago

we’ve got to get them a better map…

BennyB
BennyB
11 years ago

What do you get when you confuse geometry with geography?

PG
PG
11 years ago

So many decisions from the Oval Office of Old Faithful; so many scandals from the White House of Cape Cod.

amanak
amanak
11 years ago

I wonder from where these Japanese guys get their ideas …

++close the curtain, I'm amphibious++
++close the curtain, I'm amphibious++
11 years ago

“… where are Mulder and Scully when you need them!?”

That’s them in the photo! Disguised as idle university students.

YoGinny
YoGinny
11 years ago

The other one is clueless, but the Grand Canyon Pentagon rules!

Jamie Brannon
Jamie Brannon
11 years ago

Not only did he fail in geography, but he managed to fail home ec with that awful cap of his

Bigfeets
Bigfeets
11 years ago

But lithium helps some.

Pirka
11 years ago

They’ll NEVER find our government secrets here!

Alice in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland
11 years ago

The parallelogram of The Eiffel Tower was more awe-inspiring to me.

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