Archive for December 30th, 2016

Goodbye Ukraine

Friday, December 30th, 2016


Trump Kisses Putin’s Ass:

The Guinea Meant No Offense

Friday, December 30th, 2016


Carl Paladino of Buffalo, New York, is a successful developer, school board member, former co-chairman of the New York State ‘Trump-For-President’ committee and a racist.  He ran for Governor a few years ago and made a fool of himself with his attention-demanding antics.  SEE ‘Crazy Carl Said What!?’ :

Last week Carl told a Buffalo newspaper he wanted to see President Obama dead of mad cow disease and Michelle Obama “turning back into a man” and living with a gorilla in Africa. He now says the comments weren’t meant for publication but were nevertheless “inappropriate.”  Really Carl?  Italian-Americans haven’t been so proud of a public figure since Joey Buttafuoco.



International Center For Bathroom Etiquette

Friday, December 30th, 2016


Danger Women: Wet Toilet Seats

Friday, December 30th, 2016

I know any number of strong, confident women.  Somehow I can’t imagine them getting up in the middle of the night, stumbling into bathrooms, and falling into water-filled toilet bowls.  But they do – and guess who gets blamed?  Right: MEN.

As a stand-up guy for urination, I take responsibility for any toilet seats I use.  I’m a grown-up. When I walk into a bathroom, I look at the toilet seat and lift it up if it’s down – I just don’t spray blindly.  But womens’ equality reached the voting booth a hundred years before it will reach the bathroom – men are still waiting.

An old lover from New York stayed with me a few years back. Did I stand up for mens rights and leave the seat up?  No.  I made the sign above out of electrical tape and stuck it on the inside of the seat to remind me to put it down.

Guys: Christ knows we do enough things to annoy them.  Let’s concede the little ones.

The International Center for Bathroom Etiquette (Really!):

Getting Blown In The Men’s Room

Friday, December 30th, 2016

hand blowers

I really don’t like the hand dryers in rest rooms.  Often you stand in line, the noise is loud, and the feeling is hot and harsh. Paper towels are so much nicer and you can use them to open the door when you’re done drying. But towels cost over 100-times more than the dryer after a year or two. And slobby people throw them just anywhere.

Towels vs Air: