Category Archives: Politics
Sometimes it is the little ironies in life that add the humor and spice. Rep. Michael Grimm didn’t know whom he was dealing with on Tuesday when he threatened to throw NY1 reporter Michael Scotto off the US Capitol balcony … Continue reading
Refusing to bow to pressure from the bigots of the world, Cheerios brings back Gracie and family for a new commercial.
The weather has been miserable here. We are NOT used to temperatures of 9 degrees and I don’t like it. I look out the window and it just looks cold. Even the squirrels are in hiding. However, I do find … Continue reading
A friend on Facebook shared these photos from Xalapa, in the state of Veracruz in eastern Mexico. Winston Churchill once said in regards to the arts: The arts are essential to any complete national life. The State owes it to … Continue reading
You knew it had to at some point. When it gets super-cold in Hell, Mich., guess what headline writers and have to say about it: Hell Has Frozen Over via Hell Has Frozen Over.
As far as news goes today, this is as relevant as most anything else I’ve seen. Be aware that adult language is used in the video. (Be sure to watch the crawlers.) Hope you have a BS free day.
The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls. Pablo Picasso I love sharing things I find interesting and inspiring with my blog friends, so I wanted to share an artist I was recently introduced … Continue reading
Sorry I’m late with the New Year wish but we started the year off with the flu. I hope all of you are doing well and be careful out there….there is a flu epidemic in many parts of the country. … Continue reading
While FedEx and UPS blame poor weather for not getting the job done, the USPS managed to deliver on time. If I’m not mistaken, the USPS had to deal with the same weather as both UPS and FedEx. And for … Continue reading
From war torn Iraq to X Factor. Born in the middle of a war zone a victim of chemical warfare and found by some nuns in a shoebox in a park, Emmanuel Kelly touched the hearts of people around the … Continue reading