Posts Tagged ‘Wrong’

Christmas Decorations

Monday, 31 August 2015

Christmas Decorations

If you haven’t taken ’em down by now, might as well leave ’em up.

[Found here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No. 403 – Cat Ballet, Pub Pup & Russian Water Park

Friday, 28 August 2015

Cats and Noise
Beer Dog
Russian Water Park

[Found here, here and here.]

The Free Kitchens Project.

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

free-kitchens

I’m guessing they want one of these people released from incarceration.

[Found here.]

Go Home. We Don’t Want You Here. Leave Now. Do It Quietly. We Don’t Want You Here. Go Home.

Monday, 24 August 2015

exitexitexit

[Found here.]

4th Grade class field trip to Independence Hall has been cancelled.

Wednesday, 22 July 2015

Field Trip Day

[Found in here, and I don’t know the specifics.]

Eat the brains first.

Thursday, 16 July 2015

Chocolate Bunny

[Found here.]

“Quick, Robin! To The Batmotable!”

Thursday, 9 July 2015

Batmotable

[Found here.]

Danger, Wilma Robinson.

Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Danger Wilma Robinson
Danger Wilma Robinson
Several possibilities here.
1.  She’s ignorant.
2.  She knows exactly what she’s doing but doesn’t give a crap.
3.  Her boyfriend didn’t fill the tank so she’s filling it with diesel.
4.  She runs a massage parlor in Great Barrington.
5.  All of the above.

[Found in here.]

Self-Explanatory

Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Stealth Drinking

Stealth drinking apparatus.
Dude. That’s the best you could come up with?
There are easier ways…

[Found here.]

Song O’ The South

Monday, 6 July 2015

Confederate Paint

I was born in the North, lived in the South, have ancestry in both, and this fabricated hoopla over the Rebel Flag is completely inane and without warrant. It’s a symbol of regional pride and self-sufficiency. To reinterpret the Rebel Flag as something other than that is absurd, and it IS fabricated hoopla.

The War of Secession ended, the Union was preserved, slavery was abolished by The 14th Amendment, and all at a great cost in lives and expense a century and a half ago. It was a brewing war of economic inequity and the Southern States decided they’d had just about enough of it. Then someone popped some warning lead across the bow of a ship heading to Fort Sumter.

Here’s a mind game. Since the majority of the Southern population was dirt-poor in the 1800s (few could afford a mule, let alone a slave) what would have happened had they turned to subsistence farming for a few years and stopped cotton and tobacco produce from moving to the industrial North who weren’t sharing the profits and benefits? The Union would have invaded the South to quell the protest.

What if the North had merely coughed up some bucks to reimburse slave owners to free their slaves from bondage? Much unnecessary death and destruction could have been avoided.

Of course it didn’t turn out that way, hindsight and all, but to condemn a symbol of pride to augment a specious left-wing political agenda (i.e., dividing the Nation once again) is abhorrent in my opinion.

If we don’t stop this nonsense soon, eventually we’re gonna have to ban Elvis, Duane Eddy, Billy Idol, all of CSN&Y, and most of the Democrat Party including Hillary (unless she can crank out her version of “Wedding Bell Blues.”)

[Image found here.]


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