Friday, February 8, 2008

Doodoo Radar

It's bugged out how humans have built in doodoo radar. I mean, how many times have you looked down and seen doodoo that you would have stepped in had you not looked down? Happens to me all the time. But actually stepping in doodoo is very rare. It makes me wonder, what goes wrong those times when you actually step in doodoo, when your doodoo radar fails you. Why do regular radars fail? Like the ones in submarines, or the ones in control towers? Our radars and those radars probably fail for similar reasons.

10 comments:

tineRz said...

first off ..lmao!

i guess we do have a doodoo radar, because for the most part we somehow avoid it ..because i know theres always a LOT of doodoo (lol) outside, specially this block not to far away from me ..u literally have to just walk looking down to make sure you dont step in any

as for the radar failing ..*shrugs shoulders* ..beats me

Sass Unlimited said...

The doodoo radar was on high alert Saturday. But I don't know if its radar so much as there were a gross amount of dogs out on Saturday so maybe subconsciously you are more aware of the potential for steaming piles of nasty.

JGrimaldiiii said...
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JGrimaldiiii said...

worrd up homeboy, I think its because some people's radars are stronger than others. For example mine, my dog shits EVERYWHERE (outside of course), so I'm always aware. Especially when I'm wearing a pair shoes that were made in the mountains of fckin Italy; last thing I need is for karma to ass me in the bite.

So I guess efficiency, and any special little extra (above average) features help.

Chilly S said...

I once pooped in my pants when I was around 21. I was coming home from CBGBs and must have eaten some rotten RAY's pizza. I was on the SIRT (train on Staten Island) and got the shit-fits. You can only fight mother nature so much - after a certain point you will lose. So there I am with my pants full of crap and the doors open and a lady with 2 kids sits down right next to me. I don't know if doodoo radar applies in such instances but it was very unfortunate for her. The impression I got from her was that as soon as the stench hit her, she realized she sat down next to a disgusting human being. The look on her face made me feel like an animal. She almost ripped her kids's arm out of their socket to get them as far away as possible. It was one of the most horrible days of my life and something that I will never forget.

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amanda said...

this is strangely observant...in weird way...:)

Sneakersuitman said...

wow. Maybe if we really perfected it, there would be less purchases of that bullshit music. Thanks Homeboy. - Grow

P.CASSO said...

You HAVE to have a doodoo radar, Especially living in Brooklyn! So many people have dogs but no one cleans up after them. Try jogging through the park and dodging all the doggie bombs. I do it every day!

Mandee said...

Wow... Chilly. I was gonna comment on this blog, but after reading your comment, I lost that train of thought, completely. Kudos to you for sharing that story. Let us just be grateful that day is over, now.