I received this photo by email. It’s not for the squeamish. You must be at least 18 years of age to proceed.
Category Archives: Humor
I’m not endorsing Halloween with this post, but I am endorsing this prank.
100 year old bridge at Durham, North Carolina
He can’t get gun control, he can’t bomb Syria, he is increasingly marginalized and ridiculed. He can’t even control how his wife dresses. Barack Obama: He can’t get no respect.
I see this photo and feel sorry for Obama. Look closely at his face. He’s trying to act cool, but he looks like a teenage boy who’s been forced to take his very uncool mom to the Prom. He doesn’t know how he got into this mess, but he knows he will never live it down.
You’ve probably heard that high fructose corn syrup may be addictive and is routinely added to food products to make people eat more and buy more. Well, apparently McDonalds put a little too much high fructose corn syrup in their McNuggets and at least one of their customers has become so addicted that she refuses to quit “cold turkey”–or maybe I should say “cold chicken” (McNuggets).
This video is a cautionary tale as to the dangers of fast foods. It also reminds me of my first wife.
I’ve labeled this video under the category “Humor”–but it really belongs under the category “Weird”.
Government shuts down children’s lemonade stands. If the kids give us lemonade, the government wants to give them lemons!
But, Las Lemonistas strike back to show the world (and even the government) the idiocy of many gov-co regulations.
Viva las Lemonistas! Keeping America safe for lemonade stands!
We shouldn’t vote for political candidates based on something as superficial as their ability to tell jokes. But we do. And that being so, you can see why Ronald Reagan was twice elected to the presidency. Say what you like about the man, you can’t deny that he was so damned likable that it would be almost impossible for any opponent to beat him.
This post is probably “much ado about nothing”. It’s an overreaction to a video that’s a spoof; a joke. The video is kinda like Jay Leno’s “Streetwalking All-Stars” except, here, six or eight morons have been approached and asked to sign a petition supporting euthanasia for old folks in order to cut health care costs. Amazingly, shockingly, they nod their heads wisely and quickly sign the petition.
I have no idea how many people rejected this petition. I’d hope that for every one who signed this petition, there were one hundred (at least) who rejected it. But I can’t help thinking that finding the six or eight signatories was achieved without too much trouble. If so, this video makes me wince.
First, the video implies that American youth (and middle age) have little empathy for the elderly–or little realization that they, too, will soon be elderly. That lack of empathy suggests the basis for a class war of sorts which could make the elderly “targets” for the young. Being a senior citizens, I can’t say that I’m pleased by this possibility. More, I’m actually a little angry at the morons who are willing to subject me to euthanasia to cut health care costs.