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The current thoughts on trends recycling is that every 100 years or so, they reappear. The Roaring Twenties are back roaring again, alright. But what about fins? So I have to wait for another 30 years before they are fashionable again?



Some companies sell audio recordings of waterfalls to encourage serenity. I say you should visit one in person if that’s your goal.



The progressive movement encourages us all to transition from animal and fish protein to tofu. Really? I don’t think so.


When you make a Career of Being Wrong

Robert Gates, who served as the secretary of defense under George W. Bush and Barack Obama, wrote in his 2014 memoir that Biden has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades. It wasn’t senility that we now attribute to the Democrat nominee, that led to his bad record on almost every single issue. A stopped clock is right twice a day and that beat’s Biden. Joe Biden has a lot of problems: corrupt almost beyond measure, creepy in the extreme, almost eighty years of age (old, tired, worn out and ‘sleepy’), but the biggest problem is that he’s dumber than a box of rocks.

Don’t get me wrong, he’s a glad hander, he kisses babies, and is glib over a dinner table, telling a bawdy joke or two, complimenting black people on having bathed or being remarkably articulate for a negro. It’s that charm that got him re-elected for nearly sixty years. But political backscratching and bullshitting doesn’t mean that you are anything but an insider riding that gravy train. And that is the essence of Joe Biden…and now he is painfully senile on top of that.


No Credibility

9 thoughts on “Trending

  1. I like waterfalls. Sadly there’s something of a shortage of them in this part of the world.
    Barring a major breakthrough in geriatrics I’m unlikely to be around in 30 years to see the return of fins. I’ll have to satisfy myself with spotting the occasional ’59 Caddy.
    Being wrong on nearly everything seems to be a virtue to the donkeys. I still believe the VP candidate is who they’ll really want.
    Who’d want a nasty ol’ rib eye cooked medium rare or grilled shrimp when you could have some yummy soy snot?

    1. The technology exists to build artificial waterfalls. The sad thing is that they’re most often found in shopping malls, and I avoid those places.

      1. I’ve been fed tofu that tasted like Top Ramen. I commented to that point and was told that the “flavor packet” in Top Ramen was used to give the somewhat slimy tofu its distinctive flavor. I don’t think that vegans would allow that sort of flavoring. They take their bean curd neat, without the Top Ramen simulated chicken additive.

        1. Top Ramen…sorta like lobster — too much a good thing and it starts tasting like soap.

  2. STYLE- That era had some seriously stunning sheetmetal…I may see it again if the Good Lord permits (and I don’t win a Darwin award for thinking I’m still 18).

    FOOD – Tonight! (no wonder the Progs think the way they do, not enough good animal protein, warps the brain.)

    BIDEN – I’ll say it again: His wife should be horsewhipped for allowing this shamefulness. Besides, being THAT type of politician means you never have to actually do anything productive except for lucrative backroom deals to expand family off-shore bank accounts. (As for the crayon, there was always that one kid, a moron…and he (in my era) more often than not became public officeholders. Nobody liked them then either.

    WHO – We can now say their clownish spokespeople have been fully marginalized. (How much MORE wrong could they be?)

  3. What an inspiring steak! The waterfall’s neat too, unlike Biden.

    Curious to see Klan lovers like Joe & Nancy morph into black power champions.

    1. Joe and Nancy bend to which ever wind blows and they promise the moon and the stars, never delivering anything.

  4. That steak-shrimp-butter picture sold me, I’m going to the butchers as soon as I finish reading!

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