The entire city of Kansas City needs to be put on suicide watch. If you told me this was possible one week ago I wouldn't have believed you.
Heathens aplenty right here by baldilocks I'm having one of those moments again. So I'll do what I always do: point you to something interesting. Man tries to save the souls of carcass-worshipers. https://thelibertarianrepublic.com/left-wing-activists-call-black-man-a-white-supremacist/ "In a recent Facebook post, musician and investigative writer Daryl Davis described how he’s been treated by others and members of … Continue reading Missionary
A few years back my family hosted a friend from a few commands back at our house for dinner. She brought her daughter with, and we had a simple dinner: pizza, salad, and brownies for dessert. Yes, not the healthiest thing in the world, but something that would please most people. Apparently not. The daughter … Continue reading Stop making excuses for your kids diet
NY 7 Texas 2 Giancarlo Stanton’s 1st inning grand slam gave the Yanks and early lead and Chad Green’s Key strikeout helped them keep it and New York managed a split with Texas with a 7-2 win at Yankee Stadium. Stanton’s 1st inning blast would be almost the only problem Mike Clevinger (L 2-1) would … Continue reading Sable/Gerbl Day 14: Yanks dissipates Texas’ Thunder, LA holds off Washington, Vikings Pillage Rivertown, Muffin Men Sweep Boston
Usually 2nd shift is a good shift to for me when blogging because as a general rule when I wake up my mind is full of thoughts that produce posts and I can literally get two or three things written before I leave the bed. However occasionally when I'm overtired and crash hard I'll drift … Continue reading Writers Block Blog Update/Move Thoughts Under the Fedora
Texas 12 NYY 10 (11 innings) Michael Brantley 10th inning single off of reliever Masahiro Tanaka made a loser out of Aroldis Chapman and a winner out the the Thunder as Texas edged NY in a wild game by the score of 12-10 in or the 2nd time. For four innings it seemed we would … Continue reading Sable/Gerbl Day 13: Texas tags Tanaka, Senators blank Dodgers, Rivertown makes it 6, Holt halts Boston
In America labor unions have been lionized like no other organizations or movement, earning their own holiday, which is described by Wikipedia as: “Labor Day in the United States of America is a public holiday celebrated on the first Monday in September. It honors the American labor movement and the power of collective action by … Continue reading Labor Unions do more harm than good
I was planning a piece on the difference between the critics and the people in the reaction to the Dave Chappelle special, but the good folks at Nerdrotic.com beat me to it I can't put it better than that but let me remind you that these are the same type of people who keep telling … Continue reading The Critics vs Reality Chappelle/Nerdrotic edition
Katherine McClintock: [after walking out of her bedroom to find G.W. and Mrs. Warren at the bottom of the stairs] What’s going on here? George Washington McLintock: [Intoxicated, with Mrs. Warren sitting on his lap] Now Katherine, are you going to believe what you see, or what I tell you? McLintock! 1963 For all of those people without … Continue reading Dorian vs CNN & Global Warming: UPDATE
A trifecta of anti-Trump organizations—DaTimes, DaPost, and the Council on Foreign Relations—has endorsed the president’s policy on China. As I have noted in the past, China has used government support illegally to dump cheap exports to the United States. Moreover, President Xi has claimed the South China Sea, one of the richest waterways in the … Continue reading This just in: Trump is right on China
...that peoples once under seem to have more respect for it than the academics who critique it: of all the dramatic photos showing hundreds of young protesters storming the city's legislative building this week, one image makes for particularly uncomfortable viewing in Beijing: The British colonial flag draped aloft a podium in the assembly's chamber. … Continue reading Remember When Europeans Hit the British Empire…
Former Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco died August 18; she had been suffering from ocular melanoma. Whether or not one agrees with her politics, pretty much everyone will concede that Governor Blanco was a class act. She was always gracious and kind, and her love for the state of Louisiana was never questioned. She caught a … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Medical Marijuana Eases Blanco’s Last Days
Next week the NFL begins their season and there is as there always seems to be talk about the possibility of signing a woman as a kicker. My thought on this is simple. As long as she doesn't complain about being flattened by a 300lb man trying to block a kick, doesn't hesitate to try … Continue reading Woman Kickers, James White, Sacrificial Bidens MSM Standards and Inept Parents Under the Fedora
I saw the same picture you did when President Trump tweeted about Iran's failed satellite launch. The picture is pretty nice and detailed. It's resolution appears to be much higher than commercial imagery, and more than a few people are accusing the President of releasing classified information, and in doing so, demonstrating disregard for our … Continue reading Before you go there: NO, President Trump did not pull a Hillary Clinton
Glad you asked. Yesterday I got a big surprise in the mail, it was a letter from the new company with a check for what I paid already for the move. I was bluntly told that our database is so corrupted that there is simply no way to get it imported. They tried multiple different … Continue reading Hey DaTechGuy, What the X*#(&)(@ is Taking So Long with DaMove?