Good Night Now…This compilation is AMAZING…Full Screen it….How Can you not get energized?



Those in charge of our national health agencies are shooting craps with our health.


This article is early so you can get prepared.  Thank FJB.

This is probably the only Hip Hop song we will ever play–they all sound the same.


Joe’s boot lickers said inflation was a rich person’s problem.  I believe them, they first said it was transitory.

Does Pennsylvania have a statute of limitations on murder ?–murder-n2597495


This is Trump’s position on vaccines.

Texas protects school girls ( females–XX chromosomes. )


The Clarifying Editor:  What is the deal with DNA, LL ?

The Not Political Party Cat:  As most loyal readers know, DNA is like a blue print to make something that lives.  Here is an ancient example ( older than Nancy & Joe combined. )  If you look closely you can just barely make out an ancient frying pan.

If you read each subsection, genes, cells, chromosomes, etc. let me know if you think these guidelines for reproducing are an accident or by chance–like the lottery.

Here is FJB’s three ( 3 ) letter word.  The Jeopardy link just made it stupider.

Nancy can’t count either.  Here are her three ( 3 ) baskets.

This guy should get the Chinese to apologize for such a stupid idea.  If stealing culture was such a horror, stealing inventions made by White People would be on the list.  Pocahontas agrees with The Sphinx.

FJB’s problem isn’t old age, it’s LIBERALISM.

This is long overdue–the feds stealing private property has to be corrected.

The  Bee.





Batter Up Horsey

On the first day of Spring Training, a baseball scout brings a race horse with him to add to the starting line-up. The coach asks, “What did you bring that horse here for?”

The scout replies, “Wait until you see him bat.”

All the players are laughing, until the horse comes to bat. At this point, the horse grabs the bat, and everyone quiets down. They stare at the horse. The pitcher, just shrugs his shoulders, and throws the ball toward home plate when astonishingly the horse hits the ball deep in the outfield.

The horse just stands there and does not move. The manager then yells at the baseball scout to tell the horse to run to first base. The scout looks back at the manager and yells back, “If he could run, he’d be at Belmont!”