Archive for December, 2015

All I Want For Christmas Is … Jews

Thursday, December 31st, 2015

Mariah Carey

Melissa McQueen:

Does The Lady Have ANY Responsibility Here?

Thursday, December 31st, 2015

Entertainer and Navy veteran Bill Cosby speaks during a Veterans Day ceremony, Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014, at the The All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors in Philadelphia. Cosby told the crowd during a 20-minute address that “we don’t forget about ours,” as he spoke about the importance of the memorial along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Bill Cosby is a rapist. No, not in the legal, “innocent until proven guilty” sense but in the “common sense” category – of course he is. Five dozen women spanning the whole country and over 40+years didn’t conspire to screw him. Hell, the main thing they have in common is they didn’t want to screw him.

Cosby’s a slime bucket and deserves what he gets. But that said, there’s another point that should be considered: the woman now bringing charges against him possibly could have prevented the whole tragedy.

The woman met Cosby a number of times before to see if he could help her with her career. She voluntarily went to his home and willingly took pills and drank wine he offered “to relax.” Relax for what? Career counseling? C’mon, lady!

Most women are NOT helpless, naive, ditzy VICTIMS. I don’t think this one is either.  She got in over her head with a conniving snake but most women would have been smart enough not to get into the pit with him. They certainly would not have consciously aided their attacker by “relaxing” around him.

You can park your expensive convertible with the keys in the ignition in a ghetto if you want – that’s not a crime. When it’s stolen and the thief gets caught, he’s still going to get charged with ‘grand theft – auto.’ BUT every person who hears the facts is going to say, “What? Was the driver friggin’ stupid?”

Women (or men): if you disagree, please respond in my ‘Comments’ section. Explain to me why my opinion is wrong. I’ll be happy to print your response.

Assistant Position Open

Thursday, December 31st, 2015


He Invented The Ouija Board – And Died

Thursday, December 31st, 2015


Famous gravestones:

Louie Armstrong:


Don’t Ask – Don’t Tell

Thursday, December 31st, 2015

FAQS to gay people:


Thursday, December 31st, 2015

Online hearing tests:

Your Worst Job

Thursday, December 31st, 2015


Do you remember your worst job? A “position” which probably included minimum wage pay, horrible hours, a lousy boss, and meaningless, repetitive work? If you were unlucky, maybe the rude, demanding public and lots of grease were also thrown into the mix. And if you were REALLY cursed, you also got to wear a spiffy hat and dork uniform.

If your friends showed the least bit of pity, they stayed away from your workplace or pretended they didn’t notice you mopping the dried crud from the floor. But of all the lousy jobs of which I’ve heard, the WORST had to be held by my friend, Stan, years ago.

Stan was a Human Dummy at a school which trained attack dogs. It was winter in the late ‘60’s in the frigid north country somewhere in the Adirondacks and Stan was paid $1/hour, minimum wage at the time.

At dawn, in the snow-crunching cold, he would trudge to the school, put on the flimsy “protective” pads, and go into the large, fenced yard. There, the trainer would yell, “Run!” and Stan would take off with a large, untrained dog or two at his heels, trying their best to take him down with their teeth. When they tore him to the ground, the trainer would yell, “Stop!” – and they would – or not – depending on how well they learned that command. Then the trainer would step over Stan’s cringing body and reward the dogs with treats. Of course, the more quickly and viciously the dogs attacked, the more treats they got. Stan went home black, blue, and bleeding every night.

Well for a few nights anyway. Stan only lasted two days and didn’t even go back for his pay. He figured ANY job he could get would be better than that one.

Worst jobs off 2015:


I Got This One!

Wednesday, December 30th, 2015


Let’s Shake The ‘Scary Salt’ Habit!

Wednesday, December 30th, 2015


I love salt – I even put it on ice cream. For years I’ve used enough salt to de-ice major highways.  And for years I’ve heard all the happy horseshit about salt being bad for you. I never believed it. Now it seems a major medical research study agrees with me.  You’re welcome, world!

Medpage Today: “Sodium restriction is a cornerstone of heart failure management, but many people would be surprised to learn that there is no good supporting evidence for the practice. Now a new observational study raises further questions about sodium restriction in heart failure.”

“No evidence to support sodium restriction was found. In fact, sodium restriction was associated with significant increase in the risk of death or heart failure hospitalization, although any firm interpretation is impossible due to the retrospective and observational nature of the study.”  Read more:



Traffic Flow

Wednesday, December 30th, 2015

Worst cities in the world for traffic?