Everything about this virus shit is getting really old

We really gotta put on our manly shorts and get past this nonsense... 

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I'm really getting tired of seeing supposedly smart people wearing masks while they're in their own cars by themselves. Do they really have no fuckin' idea or is it me?
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Our fascination with the past is limitless, isn't it?


A mosaic tile floor from the third century (A.D. 200s) was recently unearthed dozens of feet below the surface of a vineyard near Verona in the north of Italy, a find historians are calling “this year’s biggest discovery.”

The remarkably well-preserved and ornate flooring design is part of the remains of a Roman villa, first found back in 1922. The most recent discovery was made after “decades of failed attempts” by archaeologists to access the remains.
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I think it's because we have no real idea about 
how we got to where we are. Wudda you think? 
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I think ole' Cal here has the right idea...
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Know who  this guy is? 
Betcha he's good at what he does.


He's Master Sgt. David Royer, an MP stationed at Ft. Leavenworth. He's the guy that killed the guy who was killing guys. Well played, Master Sergeant.
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This cracks me up. Sorry.


Governor Phil Murphy, the New Jersey Dipshit Democrat, said in an interview Thursday that without massive bailout, that is to say "financial help" from the federal government, 'his' state will likely have to cut 200,000 public employees, including police officers and firefighters.

These chickens have been coming back to roost for a long fuckin' time up in Jersey. There's a crash and burn nightmare on the horizon. Too many of my friends are gonna get fucked out of their pensions and they'll have zero recourse. 

It's bound to happen in any state or anywhere else where they spend more than they take in. You can't do it in your own home without serious fuckin' penalties and hardships - how the fuck do these blue state morons thing they can get away with it?

These states will most likely fail in the next ten years or so:

NEW YORK
NEW JERSEY
MASSACHUSETTS
CALIFORNIA
ILLINOIS
MICHIGAN
OREGON
WASHINGTON
CONNECTICUT
VIRGINIA

What do they all have in common?
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These are really comfortable pants. 
No kidding. 
They're seriously comfortable. 
Even here in Florida in the summer.


At 25 bucks each, a good deal, too. See for yourself:
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It actually is kinda funny - the video is up on YouTube if ya wanna see it...
 I like the way this guy can easily make fun of himself.
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Take a look at how these 'doom-and-gloom merchants' present info as news and it's no wonder people think they're all fulla shit.

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I don't wanna come off like some kinda shill 
but there are some seriously good deals here:

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People are accidentally throwing out their stimulus payments — because they look like junk mail

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I wonder if there's a news place where ya could just get the news without any salt or pepper added. Be nice wouldn't it? Like the Cronkite and Huntley usta do it.
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We obviously'd like to have as many followers 
for the blog as we can get, right? 

'Course it makes sense. Maybe I should put up another cash reward as enticement for another certain number of followers. I have 126 now and that's pretty fuckin' amazing considering how young the blog is.


How about $ 101.00 bucks for someone - picked at random - when we get to 200 followers - wuddya say - good idea?
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I cannot be the only person that thinks the media are a buncha crybaby jerkoffs.


This is the way one report was presented:

In a rare family outing, President Donald Trump and some of his children and grandchildren visited the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Wednesday to tour the facility and watch the joint SpaceX-NASA rocket launch, which was ultimately delayed because of weather conditions. Photos and White House pool reports showed that Ivanka Trump, the president's 38-year-old daughter and a senior adviser, and her two young kids wore a mask to the facility.

BUT THEN THEY GOTTA ADD:

But the elder Trump and other members of his family, including First Lady Melania Trump, sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, as well as Ivanka's husband, Jared Kushner (another White House aide), did not wear protective face coverings recommended by the federal government while in public to avoid contracting or spreading the novel coronavirus.
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I don't know anybody that fuckin' stupid. 
I hope not anyway.
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Spring time is 'get out the grill' time.  

Go in to summer with a grill tool set like this one...


You'll find one for yourself here:
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No wonder English is such a hard language 
for foreigners to learn.


Which is it:
'Wanna play a round'? or
'Wanna play around'?
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I know it's a repost - I just think it's pretty fuckin' funny.
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And the fact that a lot of them have no concept of a 'work ethic' might have something to do with it, too. Juss' sayin'
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Seth McFarlane is a friggin' genius.
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No caption necessary, really. Morons.
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That's an F-15E Strike Eagle letting loose with some serious trouble-makin' for somebody. Scary what man's learned to do with technology.
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A Staten Island tanning salon was shut down yesterday by the NYPD after defying lockdown orders to reopen - as hundreds of small businesses quietly open their doors despite warnings from de Blasio that they'll be fined for disobeying him
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Did you know about this? 

 To make slightly stale bread fresh, you should put the bread or rolls under running water and then put them in a hot oven until they dry out. Within a few minutes, the bread should feel fresh and ready to eat again.
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At 11:30 a.m. on May 29, 1953, Edmund Hillary of New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay, a Sherpa of Nepal, become the first explorers to reach the summit of Mount Everest, which at 29,035 feet above sea level is the highest point on earth. The two, part of a British expedition, made their final assault on the summit after spending a fitful night at 27,900 feet.
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Shouldn't they be running the Indy 500 this weekend? 
I don't follow Nascar and manly stuff like that.
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Is this a scene from some movie or another that I don't know about?
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I gotta tell ya, as ya get older and older, it gets much harder to recognize the guy in the mirror.
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I'll leave ya with this:


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Yeah - cya later somewhere...
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Do you have one of these?



I've been using one similar for about 20 years. It's a great idea 'cause sometimes when stuff like steak or lobster tails go on sale, I can buy a shitload and using this they stay okay in the freezer for almost probably forever. Ya never get freezer burn or frosty ice shit on the stuff you freeze using this. Ya might wanna seriously consider getting one with all this fuck-up at the meat packing plants driving prices up like crazy. 

You can find info on it here: 
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6 comments:

  1. That's Jennifer Connelly, from which movie I don't know.

    -rightwingterrorist

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  2. It could be from a killer movie called The Hot Spot. Starred Don Johnson as well. In my top 20, very steamy flick, Johnson was at the top of his game.

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  3. Career Opportunities
    PG-13 1991 ‧ Comedy/Rom-com ‧ 1h 23m

    From a google image search...

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  4. "Like the Cronkite and Huntley usta do it." R U kiddin' me? Cronkite and Huntley/Brinkley were just as left wing as any of the news readers of today. If there was news they didn't want you hear, as directed by the network bosses in cahoots with the political class of the day, they didn't cover it, JUST LIKE TODAY. This kind of "editorial" news coverage goes back to the days of the very FIRST NEWSPAPERS. Can you REALLY be that naive?

    Nemo

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  5. Thanks for the info guys. Nemo - calm down me son...

    : )

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