Those Poor Rich Tax Ticks

Monday MEME Buffet

The Soul Knows…

The Challenge is training your mind to totally
reject all the continuous propaganda spewed
from the
Democrats & MSM.
-Sheila Tolley-



Electric vehicle news.

The dems say, ” do not indict us, only Trump “.


Get ready for Thanksgiving.


Follow these guys.


The Other Editor:  Is this about Shakespeare, LL ?

Maybe Cat:  If I run out of useful knots, I might resort to The Bard.  These are great knots.

Everyone who visits our Cumberland Refuge has to tie one of these.

Just when you think some things are improving the past reappears.  Hank is fine until he speaks.  When he finally grasps a thought it is like a dragon catching a Hobbit in its talons.

You will be tracked everywhere you go.  Make sure your property has security cameras, for your own protection.

Here are some Shakespeare quotes.

Google needs to be broken into a thousand pieces, JFK said the same thing about the CIA.

Stacey, the media creation, loses again.


The Democrats and Mexican government don’t give a rat’s a** about dead migrants.

The weather woman got her mic-safe-weather-reporting protection at IHOP.

This man is fearless.  I would rather pick up Nancy by her Kente Cloth.

The dems/MSM want to leave the cupboards bare.  No money, phones, food, or pets.

You other Americans can fly in sardine aluminum tubes, and eat worms & kale.

He will make a good Senator.

Kamala must be Hank Johnson’s daughter.

Think About This….

Beautiful Flashbacks From Yesteryear…PART 3

Good Stuff


After Fred Astaire’s first screen test, a 1933 memo from the MGM testing director said, “Can’t act. Slightly bald. Can dance a little.” Astaire kept that memo over the fireplace in his Beverly Hills home.

When his older brother was killed during WWII, he first withdrew into a shell. Then he began to listen to the radio to ease his pain. Soon he was dreaming about hosting his own radio show. That led Dick Clark to start American Bandstand.

You are the only person on this earth who can use your ability.

Happiness is like a butterfly. The more you chase it, the more it will elude you. But if you turn your attention to other things, it comes softly and sits on your shoulder.




Psalms 18:28 Inspirational Image

Good Stuff


School was all but impossible for Sparky. He failed every subject in the eighth grade. He flunked physics, Latin, algebra and English in high school. He didn’t do much better in sports. Although he did manage to make the school golf team, he promptly lost the only important match of the year. There was a consolation match and he lost that, too.

Throughout his youth, Sparky was awkward socially. He was not actually disliked by the other students; he wasn’t considered consequential enough for that! He was astonished if a classmate ever said “hello” to him outside school hours. He never found out how he would have fared as a “date.” In high school, Sparky never once asked a girl out. He was too afraid of being rejected. 

Sparky was a loser. He, his classmates, and everyone else knew it, so Sparky simply accepted it. But one thing was important to Sparky: drawing. He was proud of his own artwork. Of course, no one else appreciated it. In his senior year in high school, he submitted some cartoons to the editors of his yearbook. They were turned down. Despite this particularly painful rejection, Sparky had found his passion.

Upon graduating from high school, he wrote a letter to Walt Disney Studios. He was told to send some samples of his artwork, and the subject matter for a cartoon was suggested. Sparky drew the proposed cartoon. He spent a great deal of time on it and on the other drawings. Finally the reply from the Disney Studios came. He had been rejected once again. Another loss for the loser.

Sparky wrote his own autobiography in cartoons. He described his childhood self, a little-boy loser and chronic under achiever. He was the little cartoon boy whose kite would never fly, who never succeeded in kicking the football, and who became the most famous cartoon character of all, Charlie Brown!

Sparky, the boy who failed every subject in the eighth grade and whose work was rejected again and again, was Charles Schulz.

Charles Schulz persevered. He succeeded beyond his wildest imagination. He earned and deserved that success. He had failed at everything else he had tried. He endured rejection. It took a lot of trial and error to finally find out what it was that he was supposed to do. But he never quit. Because Charles Schulz persevered, the world is richer.



The Air Force has enough White people.


The vaccines are a weapon against anyone the dems don’t like.  Joe has let 2 million illegals in with no vaccine or  COVID test.

You never get the truth from the military.  One thing that sticks out is the lack of repairs due to no replacement parts.


Mike has a pillow fort.

This is what the top enlisted man in the army thinks, he speaks for Joe.


There is nothing to compare to professionalism.


The Volunteer Editor:  What is the condition of our armed forces, LL ?

Look At This Cat:  Policies are implemented by governments to reach a goal.  I want to disclose my contributing to Tolley’s Topics.

The armed forces are being destroyed by the MSM and Democrats, Joe is unimportant.  The forces are being woked.  Some facts.

Everyone without an axe to grind knows males and females have bodies made for different things.  Talk to evolution or God.

Other requirements relaxed or dropped.

Maybe they don’t want to be abandoned by the Commander in Chief.

Maybe recruits don’t want to take experimental vaccines or be court-martialled for telling the truth.

English will be the next requirement dropped.

A bonus.

We have added to Senator Blumenthal lying about serving in Vietnam.  The joke is,  Jane Fonda spent more time in Vietnam than him.  Kamala Harris has spent more time at the North Korean border than our Mexican border.


It is an ill wind that blows no good.

Two sports stories.

Take it all off.

I don’t believe Joe has made a decision since the election.


Some people call him Fetterwoman.

Hurricane facts.