Saturday, September 30, 2023

Let's see if you can name this dame...

And try not to cheat...



Another Dean we haven't seen...


I might have posted this a coupla years ago. My bad if I did...
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You can buy her something elegant
 without breaking the bank...
 
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There are a number of new items in her shop. Click here to see them all:

How come I never get to write a headline like this?

 
NEW York City has been pummeled by heavy rainfall that has left sea lions roaming free in the Central Park Zoo and residents stranded during their commutes. Residents from Brooklyn to Manhattan have been spotted wading through feet-deep waters on the streets, underground in the subways, and even at area airports.
The Central Park Zoo was closed due to the storm, but that didn't stop a sea lion from escaping her enclosure. Flooding caused the pool to spill over, which prompted the sea lion's escape.
"Zoo staff monitored the sea lion as she explored the area before returning to the familiar surroundings of the pool and the company of the other two sea lions," Jim Breheny, director of the Bronx Zoo and executive vice president of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Zoos and Aquarium, said in a statement.
 
 
The sea lion never breached the secondary perimeter, Breheny said.
 





They just don't know how to play fair, do they? These friggin' Dems...

 
Democrat Rep. Jamal Bowman (left) was allegedly caught on camera (security footage, middle) pulling the fire alarm in the Cannon Building, which houses numerous Congressional office spaces, as thee house was voting to prevent a government shutdown. Bowman's antics led to an evacuation of the building, which came as House representatives were readying to vote on a bill that would avert a government shutdown less than 12 hours before a deadline. 
Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (right) lead the condemnation of Bowman while the GOP is working on a resolution to expel him from Congress. Bowman's stunt did not stop the bill which was passed 335-91 to keep the government funded for 45 days while the bill heads to the Senate. Speaker Kevin McCarthy dared his conservative critics to try to oust him as they have long threatened in a press conference after the vote. The story is here:
 
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More insignifica on marriage and divorce...

 
You know the old saying about 'Once bitten, twice shy'? 
Well, there's also the old adage 'Third time's a charm'. 
It appears neither of them is 100% accurate - there are even studies to explain why this is such a fucked-up statistic. 
You can read about it here if you're a two-time loser:
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If you're still with your first wife (like me), 
you can buy her something elegant
 without breaking the bank...
 
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There are a number of new items in her shop. Click here to see them all:

Have you met Cherry?

 And, yes - it really is a real comic book...
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Well, it's Saturday, isn't it? Of course they're in color...



Another great example of British tabloid journalism...

They cover whatever crazy shit they can find. 
And way too much about the Kardashidiots...
 
 
This is their top-of-the-front-page article this morning. Truly brilliant reporting, even though they use terms and phrases somewhat unfamiliar to us here in the States. What do they say about 'two great societies seperated by the same language'?
 
Read this article - it'll make you rethink that bucket-list vacation trip you've been yearning for to Poland:
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Are new battle lines being drawn? Hannity may have the answer when they debate on November 30th...

 
One is a liberal oasis, where gas is taxed heavily and the proceeds spent on green energy projects. The other is run by a governor who has gone to war with Disney and is denounced by opponents as a fascist. So where would Americans rather live: Gavin Newsom's California or Ron DeSantis' Florida? 
The answer is Florida, according to an exclusive poll for DailyMail.com (find that article here: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12575553 ), giving an insight into what the 2024 election might look like if the two major parties changed course and opted to nominate a younger generation of leader.
Even NBC news chimed in on the subject the other day:
 


Editorially speaking. And/or cartooning. You figure them out...

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And pretty much how the blog gets put together every day...
 
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You can buy her something elegant
 without breaking the bank...
 
Click on the picture for more information on this bracelet. 
There are a number of new items in her shop. Click here to see them all:





Flamingo factoids...


Flamingos can only eat when their heads are upside down, 
due mainly to the structure of their beaks.



Friday, September 29, 2023

Your Friday Night Hillbetty from our friends at Twisted Hillbilly on Fakebook is here...



Take a shot - Name this Dame. She's been here before (I think)...



Identity politics raises it's ugly head again in the Land of Fruits and Nuts...

 
Yeah - forget all about qualifications and experience, go right after what you think will get you votes down the road. I dare you to tell me this pandering jerkoff isn't gonna run for President in '24. I'll wait right here.
This story is here if you want to read it:
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You can buy her something elegant
 without breaking the bank...
 
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There are a number of new items in her shop. Click here to see them all:

Sitting on a park bench...

I first saw Jethro Tull in Wildwood, NJ in the summer 
of 1971 with YES as their opening act...


I've been an Ian Andersen fan since I first heard that album back in High School. They will be touring this summer on what they're calling their 'Seven Decades Tour'. Tickets are reasonable and it might be a lot of fun. Wuddya think?
 
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Betty's a little pissed at Archie...





Even if she's not from here, we should still make her an honorary Florida Woman...

 
What's not to love about a story like this?
 Ya gotta read this article:
 





Calvin captures an alien...


 

The usual suspects are going crazy in the City of 'Brother'-ly Love...

 
Nine Philadelphia liquor stores will be closed for days or weeks as staff clean up the damage — and in some cases reevaluate security measures — after a series of nighttime break-ins and theft this week. Eighteen of the city’s 48 Fine Wine & Good Spirits locations were burglarized or robbed during the coordinated vandalism that hit several city neighborhoods overnight Tuesday.
At least one, the Adams Avenue location in Olney, was hit two nights in a row, with police reporting an early Thursday break-in there during which thieves shattered the windows and cleared out shelves.
 

After ALL city liquor stores were closed  Wednesday, most locations planned to reopen about 11 a.m. yesterday, Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board spokesperson Shawn Kelly said. This item has not been updated, although city officials are claiming this 'rioting' (their words) are a result of protests against a decision a judge made about a cop shooting in the City.
 





What kinda shit are they throwing over the DMZ now?

  According to a report in the New York Post, Kim Jun Yuck is lobbing dog shit at the South Koreans. South Korea has accused the North Kore...