I am proud to say that I was brought up in a family who had morals, manners and respect for others.

It has taken me seventy years to shed those positive attributes. Actually, my positivity did not Jump ‘Sheila Ship’ until the recent election conversion took place. Like a Thief In The Night…Republicans were robbed…but maybe not….It Ain’T Over Until Donald Trump Tells Me It Is Over.

What I wish to point out today are obvious weird phenomenon that will take your mind off this PENDING ELECTION!


Zuckerberg and Dorsey to be quizzed by Senate following Biden vote victory - BBC News

Really, I am so serious…look closely at Mark Zuckerberg. Don’t you want to draw some bangs and a mustache on him? Nothing will convince me that he is not a reject child of the royal family. I guess the sun does not shine in England. He is whiter than milk-of-magnesia. The least the billionaire could do is help his brother, Prince Andrew, who was stupid enough to hang around with Bill Clinton as they molested children.

You have seen, Twitterman….Jack Dorsey, the freak on the right before, allow me to refresh your memory. I know you remember the famous GEICO lizard commercials. I always loved that little lizard. Then GEICO decided they should expand their base. You know, like “The New Coke” fiasco. Jack Dorsy auditioned for the “It is so easy a caveman can do it” segments.

The rest is history, people.

Hunter Biden stumbled onto these two at a strip bar in Arkansas and said…

“Hi there, I am the son of ‘The Big Guy’….Follow me, I want to introduce you to this Chinese fellow. He will make your fortune cookie be forever sweet. Just a small piece of advice, I learned the hard way…..Use a condom with these strippers.”


How to catch Slimy Swamp Creatures

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Sixty Four Years Ago

This recording was made on February 29, 1956, i.e. 64 years ago.  Listen to the last 40 seconds of the recording for a prophetic statement.


Pengra Covered Bridge

WGN – 37-20-15 Pengra Covered Bridge – Built in 1938 in Lane County by Lane County spanning Fall Creek on Place Rd., single span, 120 feet long, Howe trusses

Oregon Bridge #14727. Cost $4,500. The Pengra Bridge replaced an earlier covered bridge built a short distance upstream in 1904. This structure has the longest known timbers for an existing covered bridge. The lower chords are 16″ x 18″ x 120′. They were cut by the Booth-Kelly Lumber Company east of Springfield. Since the 18” timbers were too large to run through the mill, they were rough-hewn in the woods, transported to the site and finished there. In 1979, the bridge was closed to traffic because of its deteriorated condition. It was rehabilitated with a grant from the Oregon Covered Bridge Program in the early 1990’s and reopened. The bridge was near the Pengra station of the Southern Pacific Railroad which was named for B.J. Pengra, a pioneer who became general surveyor of Oregon in 1862. Pengra Unity Road, now known as Place Road, is on the former railroad grade.