Category Archive: politics

Awake

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I’m awake.  Sort of. After spending over an hour on my last post, it appears that people out in the blog-o-sphere are getting to be a lot like me.  We’re tired of watching… Continue reading

Offensive Miners

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Originally posted on Butterfly Sand:
Warning!  This rant may include words that are not to everyone’s taste. Please exercise your discretion. They seem to be everywhere! And they are doing their mining under…

Senseless Political Sarcasm: US politics

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A few truths about politics in the USA.   If you want to know how states are going to vote in a presidential election, consult a bookstore:   Statistics given by pollsters have been… Continue reading

How to subvert a nation

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This is well worth watching. Yuri Bezmenov, a Russian born, KGB trained subverter tells about the influence of the Soviet Union on Western media and describes the stages of communist takeovers. This interview… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : 3 is too many

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I’m presently watching the world go insane.  Riots, demonstrations, destroying monuments… Having a brain that’s 20% female and 80% sarcasm, I have to wonder if this is the start of WW III, where… Continue reading

Another visit to meme world

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Too many good ones… …had to share The next level of Jumanji: Why 2020 is such a mess: Just remember —  I have to agree with this cat: Further – I really, really… Continue reading

Dark Sunday Sarcasm : Senseless

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Weather today:  Partly smoky with scattered rioters. OBCC is precariously perched at the edge of my desk.  Four dogs have taken over my bed.  Yes, this is typical for 3am. What is keeping… Continue reading

A conversation with Dark Sarcasm

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Yes, I’m in one of those moods I call “Dark Sarcasm.”  That happens when I wake up with a nightmare.  All I can remember about it is that being chased by gingerbread men… Continue reading

Hunting for $$$

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  No, I’m not hunting for  $$$.  There’s no, “pay here” on my blog. If my cat begged for what he wanted most in life…. …obviously, he has no use for money. It’s… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Offended

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In 1968, I wrote this on the back of a sweatshirt (except that I used “I’m” instead): Therefore, you cannot call me racist, crazy, or any other word overused word that has completely… Continue reading