Archive for January, 2015

A Ripe Fig

Saturday, January 31st, 2015


The Ripe Fig:

Snickers Super Bowl Commercial

Saturday, January 31st, 2015

‘Black Sunday’ (1977) Trailer

Friday, January 30th, 2015

Mideast terrorists hijack Goodyear Blimp to destroy football stadium during the Superbowl.

Black Sunday:

Homeless-Inspired Fashion

Friday, January 30th, 2015


Homeless fashion:

Super Bowl Winners!

Friday, January 30th, 2015


New England Patriots

(I have never missed in 7-years!)

Tom Brady Has A Cold

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

First deflated balls and now a chest cold.  New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady has a cold 2-days before the Superbowl.  Worse,  it seems he doesn’t own a handkerchief.

Brady’s cold

The Majesty Of An Iceberg

Thursday, January 29th, 2015


Budweisner Nails It With Puppy Superbowl Ad

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

“Love Me? Then Don’t Push Me”

Thursday, January 29th, 2015


The rate of teenage pregnancy and abortions is going DOWN in this country. Although we still lead the Western world by far, the US Center for Disease Control says early sex education and more easily-accessible birth control are the reasons for the decline.

But most parents still have a hard time talking about sex with their kids.  Since they’re uncomfortable with the subject themselves, their discussions usually are limited to “don’t do it.” This doesn’t do much for the kids – or respect for their parents.

Sex education courses often are “organ recitals” because they can’t talk about “values” and they mostly don’t give girls or boys the tools they need to make their own decisions like the phrase above.

The Chicago Department of Public Health has a different idea.  It just launched a strong ad campaign aimed at preventing teen pregnancy.  Their simple words:

“Unexpected? Most teen pregnancies are. Avoid unplanned pregnancies and STIs. Use condoms. Or wait.”

Will You Be Arrested This Weekend?

Thursday, January 29th, 2015


The Superbowl is Sunday – gonna make a bet? – it’s the largest betting event of the year.  Although Las Vegas expects a record-breaking day, over 99% of Superbowl bets are ILLEGAL. Las Vegas gets less than 1-percent of the action.

Will the police be making mass arrests over the weekend? Doubt it. But should the people themselves decide which laws to obey and which they can break? Hmmm.

Our government was established to protect our freedom to live our lives as we choose – as long we don’t interfere with others by force or fraud. Pretty simple, huh? And then somewhere along the line, the Morality Nazi’s got into positions of power and began to decide that they knew better than we – how we should live our own lives.

So the concept of ‘consensual crime’ was born and began to eat away at our freedom like malignant cancer cells on steroids. Can a person commit a “crime” against himself? Can the “criminal” and the “victim” BE THE SAME PERSON ?

Tell you what – if you think we should follow every law that the government lays down – if you believe it knows how to live your life better than you, here’s what you do: Sunday evening, call your local police station. Tell them a large group of people is flagrantly breaking the law by gambling on the Superbowl – and you want them arrested! NOW!

(PS. in NY, an involuntary mental health arrest can only get you institutionalized for 3 days – you’ll be out by Wednesday.)

Superbowl betting

Wanna win?  PATRIOTS by 2-points