One rainy afternoon, a group of protesters were gathered outside the grocery store handing out pamphlets on the “evils” of America.       

I politely declined to take one.               

There was an elderly woman behind me and a young female protester offered her a pamphlet, which she politely declined.    

The young protester gently put her hand on the old woman’s shoulder and in a patronizing voice said, “Don’t you care about the children in other countries or our black children in America?”   

 The old woman looked up at her and said: “Honey, my father died in France during World War II, I lost my husband in Korea, and a son in Vietnam.   

All three died so a naïve, ignorant, self-centered  bimbo like you would have the right to stand here and badmouth our country. If you touch me again,

I’ll shove this umbrella up your ass and open it.”



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The Amazing Marula Tree of South Africa

The Marula tree grows in South Africa. South African’s also call it, the Elephant Tree or Marriage Tree. The fruit from the Marula tree taste like a caramel flavored alcohol that the wild animals love to eat.

You can buy distilled Marula Tree liqueur (17% alcohol) from a liquor store if they carry that brand.

“Looks like Mardi Gras in South Africa. They may need an Animal version of Alcoholics Anonymous.”

-Sheila Tolley-


I hope newspapers never become obsolete

What is this?

Spring is just around the corner

Full Screen it for BIGGER Fun

Toss out your dishwasher and get motivated!
(That dog is saying, “Can I have that treat you promised me after this song, I didn’t sign up to be Lassie?”)



“What is meant by the term referred to as POLITICAL CORRECTNESS?  I think H S Truman had the perfect explanation.

The definition is found in 4 telegrams at the Truman Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri. The following are copies of four telegrams between President Harry Truman and Gen Douglas MacArthur on the day before the actual signing of the WWII Surrender Agreement in September 1945.  The contents of those four telegrams below are exactly as received at the end of the war.


(1) Tokyo, Japan
0800-September 1,1945
To: President Harry S Truman
From: General D A MacArthur

Tomorrow we meet with those yellow-bellied bastards and sign the Surrender Documents, any last minute instructions? 


(2) Washington, D C
1300-September 1, 1945
To: D A MacArthur
From: H S Truman

Congratulations, job well done, but you must tone down your obvious dislike of the Japanese when discussing the terms of the surrender with the press, because some of your remarks are fundamentally not politically correct! 


(3) Tokyo, Japan
1630-September 1, 1945
To: H S Truman
From: D A MacArthur and C H Nimitz

Wilco Sir, but both Chester and I are somewhat confused, exactly what does the term politically correct mean?


(4) Washington, D C
2120-September 1, 1945
To: D A MacArthur/C H Nimitz
From: H S Truman

Political Correctness is a doctrine, recently fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and promoted by a sick  press, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a piece of shit by the clean end!




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This Bud’s for you!!!!

These horses are historical as they are beautiful and amazing. More than 300 years ago, this imposing breed was first developed for farm work in the region of Clydesdale, Scotland.

They are most easily recognized for their substantial feather — the long hairs of the lower leg that cover the hooves.

Despite an unusual appearance, they are capable of pulling a 1-ton load at 5 MPH.

The Clydesdales made their very first appearance on April 7, 1933. A gift from August A. Busch, Jr. and Adolphus Busch to their father to celebrate the repeal of Prohibition, the presentation of the original two six-horse hitches of breathtaking Clydesdales moved father, sons, and drivers to tears. The phrase “crying in your beer” was officially coined shortly after that.

They heralded a new era of prosperity for Anheuser-Busch, and a weary nation’s return to optimism. From their first appearance in 1933 to their enduring presence on the American landscape, the Clydesdales are more than the symbol of Budweiser beer; they are the living embodiment of America’s great industrial spirit.

Budweiser Clydesdales are famous all over the world for their exquisite beauty and majestic aura. These durable and beautiful gentle giants are pleasant to look at, and as it turns out, they are kind of funny as well. The video is an adorable Budweiser commercial featuring a group of Clydesdales having some fun in the snow.

One of the things that come to mind when it starts snowing is a snowball fight. I was in hysterics when these adorable horses began doing just that. The brewing company Anheuser-Busch says it owns around 250 Clydesdales. According to them, “the Clydesdales continue to be an enduring symbol of the brewer’s heritage, tradition, and commitment to quality”.