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I love cartoons; even today I watch cartoons either on the television or via the internet. Yes I’m a grown man who should probably take life more seriously and leave the kids’ stuff to kids, but you know what? 602 more words

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Fred, Wilma and Mike Pense...

Vice President Candidate Mike Pense doesn’t believe in climate change yet he believes in creationism and how old is the planet earth in his mind? Five thousand something years old, I suppose he did the math and somehow it all started when God said, oh I don’t know the exact words but come on folks, there is no mathematical way it started with Adam and Eve. 189 more words

This Too Will Pass

Bad Kitty

Happy Monday all! And how was your weekend?

I spent part of mine with a demon.

You see, a friend asked me if I would do him a solid and mind his cat for him this weekend. 895 more words


Day 25 of 31 Day Challenge -Best Physical Features

Whew!  I had to ask friends what they thought my best physical features are.  It is sad that I like my inner qualities more. Well, my eyes top the list.   220 more words

It's a good week to start placing trust in dad

If you monitor the advertising, marketing, branding and packaging of products and services as much as we do, you’ll find that one phrase seems to pop up more than any other:  … 433 more words

Blazing Saddles

Well spring has sprung and May is heading for the “out”  door meaning that the longest day is now hot on its heels. Facebook very kindly reminded me that by this point last year we had dipped toes (and a whole lot more) into the water in prep for our charity swim and perhaps with a cycle challenge looming it is really time to get some butt in gear (by which I don’t mean lycra cladding posing as cycle shorts (more on that later), and start racking up some miles. 356 more words

1989: Yabba Dabba Dooooo!

Dad and I stand in my uncle George’s garage. Our car doesn’t have back brakes and my uncle is the best mechanic in town. Jenny your uncle can build a race car from scratch, but he can’t read or write. 1,766 more words