TRUMP CALLS OBAMA RE: ROY MOORE The day of the Alabama election: (I believe that good-natured humor can bridge gaps where other methods fail.)
ON A MUCH LIGHTER NOTE….
If you don’t find this amusing then, by all means, don’t smile!
(For entertainment purposes only. Political opinions unwelcome. I am the sole proprietor, manager, i.e., dictator of this domain, lol. For a freer social media outlet, visit Saudi Arabia, North Korea, etc.)
Thank you and have a nice day. 🙂
P.S. A few people messaged me and asked if they could share this post. Yes, by all means.
So, there was that time my wife got stuck in the register…
Judy had placed her pants and shoes like this over the heat register in the bedroom and then yelled out “Help” in a muffled tone. I came running into the room to this scene… Of course, I dutifully turned the thermostat down and went back to eating my breakfast.
SIDE NOTE: I remember when I posted this on Facebook a while back, someone thought it wasn’t funny because “What if she REALLY HAD fallen into the register?” (Seriously.) Well, that certainly woke me up — I made a promise to myself right then and there that I wouldn’t allow any 4″ x 10″ human beings into our home out of concerns for their safety.
I’ve been hesitant to comment on the Starbucks “controversy.” However, as a long-standing member of the Snowflake Society, I can no longer in good conscience remain silent. I am appalled that they left snowflakes off their coffee cups this holiday season, and that they instead chose to promote their communist agenda by using red cups.
I was planning on boycotting them, and then I remembered that I don’t drink coffee… But damn it, I may start now.
Btw, are you aware that McDonald’s arches are yellow? I mean, seriously — YELLOW!!? Who do they think they’re fooling? I know they’re secretly advocating sun-worshipping…. freaks.
Thank you and have a nice day.
It occurs to me that the problem with “political correctness” stems from the term itself.
I mean, isn’t “politically correct” an oxymoron?
Are politicians very often correct?
Why would anyone strive to be politically correct when the very nature of the phrase itself is a contradiction in terms?
Okay, now you can have a nice day.
If you want to.
I’m not trying to tell anyone what to do.
Or if they should be offended.
But, seriously, relax. Have a cup of coffee. Have a soda. Have something, for God’s sake.
Not that I’m saying I believe in God, or not.
A quiet calm overcame him, as he suddenly realized that he wasn’t alone in his insanity, but that the whole of the human race had indeed been contaminated by the aggregate consciousness of mankind, a consciousness which had been subjected to a steady bombardment of hatred, bigotry, ignorance, and violence (much of it perpetuated by religious institutions, blindly or otherwise) for far too many centuries to withstand being affected to some degree himself…
May their gods have mercy on our souls, he thought to himself, then wondered if the soul of the Universe could hear him…
And then he woke up, smiled to himself, and thought: Just kidding. Some of you people are really whacked, but you’ll never control my mind. Only the Life Force that animates me can do that. And the insanity of human consciousness does not touch THAT in any way.