Archive for January 17th, 2016

I Wrote This On February 8, 2008!

Sunday, January 17th, 2016


Hilly The Bitch!

I used to think Hillary Clinton  had a lot more class than her husband.  I used to think she’d be a good role model for young women – whether I agreed with her politics or not.  I thought  she was smart, strong, sensitive, and a great communicator.  And she was all of those things – when she was on top.  But when Obama started winning more delegates, Hillary became a Bitch.  Today she’s sarcastic, whining, crying “unfair”, and stamping her feet like a spoiled, little brat.

How can you tell if someone’s a bitch?  In a loud, whiney, annoying voice, you’ll hear phrases like: “that’s not fair” and “they’re picking on me.”

To me, the world’s ultimate ANTI-bitch is Ross Perot.  (To be fair, I was Perot’s Upstate New York’s campaign spokesperson in 1992.) When he ran for President, many journalists and opponents called him ‘crazy’ – for his nontraditional views. Did Perot cry and whine and snivel? Like hell!

For his campaign’s theme song, Perot  adopted “Crazy” by Patsy Cline and danced a slow dance to it with his wife in front of 20,000 cheering supporters – with a big grin on his face!

He might as well have stuck his middle finger high in the air and said, “STUFF THIS, SNIVELERS!”


Ross Perot was right.


No Muss – No Fuss Arm Wrestling

Sunday, January 17th, 2016

Arm Wrestling:

Share Your Babeland Toys

Sunday, January 17th, 2016


Babeland health helpers:

Snow Owl Looking For Missing Snowstorm?

Sunday, January 17th, 2016


A large storm was predicted by the weather-feathers for last night.  We’re still waiting.  I hate weather forecasts on the news.  Read more here:

Do You Tip Your Doctor?

Sunday, January 17th, 2016

A woman friend was surprised to hear I tip my Doctor. I thought everyone did.

“Nobody tips her Doctor!” she said.  Well of course they do – at least in cities like New York, LA., and Rochester.  I never had one call me to give the money back. The argument sent us scurrying to the Internet and I quickly found this quote on a reputable site:

“Although not common, about 1 in 5 patients discretely leave a tip for their physician because of higher medical malpractice costs, large student loans, and lower co-payments.  As one doctor said, ‘It doesn’t change my service to the patient – but it’s nice to be appreciated.  I usually use the money to buy coffee and bagels for my staff.’”

“Well how would you do it?” she blurted.

I explained that it was acceptable to leave a $10- or $20- bill, neatly folded, under the keyboard or desktop. Just a little of the bill should be visible and nothing need be said.  Obviously you don’t throw a handful of change on the counter or leave two bucks under a crumbled examination gown.

She still looked skeptical.  “I’m going to find out about this,” she hissed.  That’s what she usually says when she loses an argument.

Physician Etiquette Today:

Who’s Lying To You?

Sunday, January 17th, 2016

2016 presidential candidates lying: