The past week has been a political whirlwind! Time for some genteel humor… at the new President’s expense.
Writers, get your animal collective names correct — they make great titles for books!
“Fox News wouldn’t air this ad [on climate change], so we’re bringing it straight to you.” ~ Friends of the Earth US…
Be prepared, young folks. This is what happens to Progressives as they age…
Jimmy Dore has been reading up on the tax-payer-provided American banking welfare system. He talks about it in these two videos.
“The evidence is adding up that this election is a SHAM! Exit polls do not add up on the Democratic side and regularly predict better results for Bernie than the voting machines are telling us! The mainstream media won’t even come close to touching this, and in fact they’re even attacking Lee Camp for bringing it up.” — Redacted Tonight
Originally posted on Climate Denial Crock of the Week:
Laugh-out-loud hilarious truth and humor! (Warning: a little dirty in spots, but worth singeing your ears.) Time for America to evolve… Climate Denial Crock of the Week View original post
A short story by JoAnn Chateau… humor, dogs, a tiny bit of politics…
Gus’s next door neighbor, Lacey Cooper, dropped Chester off early that morning, before light. Not only did she have the dog in tow, her arms had been laden with dog paraphernalia: toys, food and water bowls, an old towel, zip-lock bags of kibble and treats, a tote bag full of plastic grocery bags, notebook with important phone numbers, and a miniature dog house with a handle on the roof!
Normally Lace worked from home. The next three days, however, she was conducting a workshop at a regional RON conference. Radical Online Entrepreneurs. Something about social media and building “community.”
She had been wired! Too much coffee? Public speaking anxiety? Surrogate child separation?
There had been instructions. Most of them common sense. Gus gathered that Chester was more or less like a high-functioning toddler. It was important to remember he could walk, and run. Always use a leash. Keep the water bowl full and fresh. The mini dog house was Chester’s “safe place” to rest. Pick up and dispose of Chester’s poop. Wait a minute….