Home > Virtual Collections > By Category > Bizarre > Bush-caption-   [-]

77GB+ of FREE images, sounds and more! (Exhibits: 35,951)
DHD Multimedia Gallery
[mirrors: home us uk]       [en_GB][de][es]
 
prev

Bizarre

Bush-caption-

next

Thumbnail

Another post-Hurricane-Katrina (unintended) satire? As seen on The Register! You just have to wonder if the caption writer did that on purpose, though you can see how it could be an accident!
Download small medium full - FREE to download and use! (c)
(Bizarre): Bush caption on Sky News flash claiming BUSH ONE OF THE WORST DISASTERS TO HIT THE US ANON.jpg
D= [Sep 12, 2005]; S=31kB, 500x306; T=JPEG image [MIME:image/jpeg].

Rating: 51/100.

Key: D= file date of exhibit; S= size in bytes, XxY pixels, etc; T= type of exhibit; L= location/time or viewpoint of exhibit (if known).

About This Category

A collection of the bizarre, the funny, the unlikely and the just plain stupid at the suggestion of BG!

And here's a site of really weird images!

Some Similar Exhibits

ThumbnailExhibit Name
ThumbnailHurricane Katrina spoof BBC News site President George Bush story ANON.jpg (Bizarre)
[15MB][has location information] bees bumblebees bumble bees pollinating pollination of lavender purple flowers from bush flowering in July in London England video 1 DHD.avi (Natural Science)

Please excuse the camera shake and the children screaming in the background... The point of this clip is that the lavender bush was alive with bees, just as I remember one bush in particular from my school playground when I was very young, maybe 5 or so, and how lavender bushes often are teeming with pollinating insects!

 

Google
 
Web gallery.hd.org


Metadata XML.

XHTML (mobile) — Catalog Page

Aug 23, 2017 You may wish to use the Reload/Refresh button on your browser to ensure that this page is up-to-date.
Site copyright (c) Damon Hart-Davis 1996-2013; exhibit content copyright of specified creator; see terms and conditions for use. Site sponsored by ExNet. Powered by Javatm, tuned with JProfilertm.0u 41ms