Sexual Harassment Emergency Exit

Still sick. Don't tell my girlfriend, but the doctor said if I were older they would have hospitalized me for pneumonia. A guy at work's 50-something wife died over the weekened from the same thing, and she had been otherwise healthy, so I'm glad to get through this alive. I'm generally feeling better every day.
Now something silly:

I don't follow celebrity news, so I don't know the actress/model/celebrity in this red carpet photo.

Also, I'm not sure what kind of premiere or event she's attending, but if you look at the door behind her, it says something just goofy.

It's not bad advice per se, but it would almost certainly get me slapped if I needed to get out of there fast, and gave it a try.

I assume the door is supposed to say "push BAR to open". Maybe its some ESL typo, or possibly she's attending a Victoria's Secret event.

There's always the chance that it's photoshopped, but if you click on it and and look at the enlarged area closely, it looks authentic and untouched, so I don't know.

Also, you can kind of see panties.

At any rate, the whole thing doesn't make sense to me. Someone please enlighten me.

About the door.



"Trees of Mystery"

I've rarely posted since Thanksgiving due to (--wait for it...) Pneumonia. Not bronchitis. Not "walking pneumonia". Full-blown, old-man, cough-and-hack pneumonia.
Thanks for sticking with me, folks.
Today's post needs a little setup:
Trees of Mystery is a roadside attraction in Redwood National Park. Here is their wikipedia page and here is a link to their website.

Visitors will recall that Trees Of Mystery has giant statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox.

Well, park visitors were shocked recently to discover a HEADLESS blue ox. Apparently, years of water damage had taken it's toll on the heavy neck structure until --TIM-BER!!! --Giant headless ox.

You can read a transcription of the news story on Bones' Bumblebee Nation blog at this hyperlink.

My favorite quote from the story?
" 'Apparently we had a leak and it rotted one of the (neck) beams,' LaForest said. 'When it gave way, it gave way to the rest of them. It's not something we expect to see often or at all,' he said of the (decapitation of the) nearly 1,000 pound, 9-foot-wide ox head."
Park officials placed an incongruous wreath where the head used to be.

In my view, this is like spraying glitter on a herpes outbreak. I told Bones I would photoshop a rainbow out of the neck-hole to make the amputation even more cheerful.

So here it is. As you can see, I had to do some digital scene extension to make the composition work out correctly.

Cheers everyone. I will be back with more band names shortly.

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