Photo courtesy of Takaaki Furukawa.
Air freshener found in Japan.
Your mind in a can
Also available in the medium 450ml and small 450ml sizes.
For that fresh air sensation.
Obviously not in use in the White House.
@ DnT 4:07 am:
True, but they have seen a recent increase in sales of their “Insanity” brand in the US.
…which carries the label “In Flagrante” instead of “Non Fragrance”.
After reading some of the news stories lately, maybe I could use this as mind-bleach.
They are also preparing a product line specifically for the Vatican, called “Sanctity”.
…which, by the way, also carries the label “In Flagrante”.
So… sanity without scents. Most confusing.
Keeping one’s sanity under pressure is a good skill to have.
Roger Stone uses this product on his junk, which is why he is such a smartarse and a clever Dick.
Wouldn’t it be crazy if they used this in a mental hospital?
Instructions: Stick it in your ear and press button. Sanity will be restored after 3 applications.
The top of the sprayer looks like the bottom of a Lego brick.
Ah so desuka.. Sanitary?
In flagrante delicto.
One could say; It has the problem f—-d.
It is not a pressure pack can.
It is a vacuum can.
It sucks out sanity.
The Mother Church markets its own product.
It is Holy holy holy
@EffEff 0723. The sprayer has four nozzles.
Fine mist of sanity.
Heavy application of sanity.
Steady stream of sanity.
A large glob of sanity.
I hope this obfuscates the problem.
@DnT: Yes, who would have thought a President would actually do what he said he would do during his campaign speeches? No wonder all the other politicians hate him!
@Long Tom 1429. Yes except for his Great Wall of Mexico, you are correct. No wonder the press also hates him. They have definitely set out to “get him”. Even our press. I am sure the USA is both big enough, and ugly enough, to solve its own problems. If our press are so smart, they ought to turn their towering intelligence to solving our own dysfunctional system. We had one politician: Namely John Howard (MHR. PM.). Who had core, and non-core, promises????? F–ken spare me! Let you in on al little secret, Journos don’t know $hit from clay, (I… Read more »
@Marum: I had an Irish leftist college professor who taught us that the news media suppresses a lot of stories-and you don’t have to be a leftist to know this. An example is the political turmoil going on in Nicaragua. Notice how the American news media gives that no coverage at all? Because it would prove that Ronald Reagan and Oliver North were right.
Of course we don’t. Also we don’t brainwash our schoolkids.
Only the Commies and baddies do that – don’t they?
Superman fights for, TRUTH JUSTICE and THE AMERICAN WAY of LIFE.
@Long Tom: Where did I mention campaign promises? Something tells me you may be reading even more stuff that nobody actually wrote.
@Marum and Long Tom: FTR, I don’t take news reports at face value. There are lots of ways to check credibility on the interwebs.
@DnT. 1737. The Chinese claim they are going to censor the internet.
Many a politician has wanted to do that, but have never been crass enough to try.
In this endeavour, (no sarcasm intended) I wish them: “Rots of Ruck!”
A discussion about “Sanity” ends up being about politics.
@Marum : 10:54 am : I should invent a Lego brick dispenser and call it “Sanity”.
@EffEff 1911. Possibly, because of a dearth of both sanity and honesty, in that erstwhile institution.
It has been said: “That Guy Fawkes, was the only person to enter parliament with honest intentions.
For they who are not familiar with British folklore – he honestly intended to burn it down.
Guido Fawkes: https://www.historyextra.com/period/stuart/guy-fawkes-gunpowder-plot-facts-bonfire-night/
How lightly we now take our freedoms for granted. (My observation)
@EffEff: Probably because a lot of humour involves extreme contrasts. 😉
Ever looked into how humour works? It’s a very interesting study.
BTW, humour seems to be just as much of a science as medicine. Some of it is (almost) a sure thing, while much more is guesswork. Educated, maybe, but still guesswork.
To be precise: Blow it up. The ensuing blaze, would merely remove all the rubbish.
BTW. In the late 1500s he would have needs used Black Powder. There would have been a spectacular flame, and cloud of smoke.
@EffEff 7:11pm: Aren’t most Lego sets delivered by Sanity Claus already?
@Marum: Guy Fawkes. Just one more religious nut who was convinced that he had all the answers, but still willing to resort to violence to back it up. Thank the gods we’re so much more enlightened now!
Oh yes! I’m so grad we are?
I often think that Oz might benefit, from a little political insurrection.
Treasure your freedom too much, to always side with the pacifists
@DnT: Funny you should say that when history’s worst murderers were not religious at all: Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot…
Too many people do seem to take the news media at face value. None other than Dan Rather deliberately put out fake documents supposedly “proving” that George W. Bush had been AWOL during his National Guard service, but people on the Internet quickly discovered and pointed out they were fake.
BTW Guy Fawkes avoided being Hung, drawn, and quartered, he jumped off the ladder to the Gibbet and broke his neck.
Can’t say I blame him. He would have seen the fate of his accomplices, and heard their agonised screeching. Having one’s intestines drawn out of a cut across one’s abdomen, with a device like a laundry roller, would defy description.
Before we had a Police Force, the punishments were deliberately barbaric, to deter would be offenders.
For sanitary purposes?