29 Oct 2014 5 Comments
Warning labels are hilarious. I love the warnings from plastic bags: Do not place your head inside, may cause a person to suffocate!. Really? Who was the first stooge to think this was a good idea? I am sure his family sued for a fortune. I bought a pocket knife awhile ago, and the label warned: Sharp object. I hope so!
I do not believe in Darwinism but man, stupid people do have a way of weeding themselves out of the population.
29 Oct 2014 4 Comments
Originally posted on Diary of Dennis:
Today I did spend some time to search for cat quotes. I found hundreds of them but wrote down my favorite ones. What I like about quotes is that they are often so true. I wanted to create a list of the best cat quotes as I never done something similar on my blog. This is not only a list of funny cat quotes, they are additionally also brutally true quotes and some of them really made me laugh. Hope you will enjoy the list, hope it will make you smile too…
1. Time spent with cats is never wasted. Sigmund Freud
2. As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat. Ellen Perry Berkeley
3. Any household with at least one feline member has no need for an alarm clock. Louise A. Belcher
4. Cats are intended to teach us that not everything in nature has a purpose. Garrison…
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24 Oct 2014 5 Comments
If the government generates billions of dollars in tax revenues from tobacco companies, why does the government spend millions to tell folks to stop smoking?
23 Oct 2014 2 Comments
Being a tiny Hillbilly in the late 60’s and a mid size Billy in the 70’s, I would dread going to the Doc’s office when I was sick. That is due to one cold hard, glass fact…temperature checks via the poop chute! Now days, the friggin’ nurse runs a wand over your forehead. What a major difference! Nothing like a little child abuse to get a temp reading in the day. My doc says that in my case, there ain;t much difference between what is sitting on my neck, and what I am currently sitting on!
21 Oct 2014 1 Comment
Originally posted on Grumpa Joe's Place:
Sixty to seventy years ago we had a better pandemic control system in place than we do now. The difference between then and now is several trillion dollars spent by a very liberal government on drugs and systems that only serve to line the pockets of their political friends. I have personal experience with the system of sixty years ago. At the time polio was the scourge that swept the country. There was no cure, there was no vaccine, and the virus spread like wildfire. The government did have some guidance for places to avoid, like crowds, public beaches, and people with the disease. In spite of offering that wisdom, people still go the disease. I was one of them. Polio was not new when I got it. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, one of our most popular presidents got polio in the thirties. The government did have time to react in…
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21 Oct 2014 Leave a comment
I am at the end of my chain when it comes to problems in this world. Between America being given the gift of Ebola for the first time, a government that is run by hard to identify nefarious characters, and a former party buddy who is running for congress as an ultra progressive…….I am done. I am benching myself from politics for awhile. Throwing in my towel, pulling the rip cord, exit stage right, fat broads singing, septic tank full, taking a powder, diaper loaded, …ok, you get the picture.
I am going Retro-Comic-Hillbilly. No, I am not going on a stand up tour, though I have been told I should. If a barstool was a stage, and my audience a bar, I would Sudsy Sultan of Comedy! So here is one of my all time favorites skits.