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National Procrastination Week Was Last Month

“If it weren’t for the last minute, nothing would get done.”
~Rita Mae Brown
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Don’t Play Chicken with Water

Panic in the UK! And it’s not Brexit. Continue reading

Send in the Clown

Take a moment from harsh reality and sing along a nonsense song with our commander-in-chief. Continue reading

Ready for “Laugh and Get Rich Day”?

Mix all this together. DACA is equal to $28 billion in your checking and savings account. CHIP is your $17 billion medical bill. You still have $11 billion in your piggy bank after you pay the medical bill, and that’s enough to pay for the first few inches of Trump’s wall. Continue reading

3 Stages of Christmas Grief

Shirley Temple said, “I stopped believing in Santa Claus when I was six. Mother took me to see him in a department store and he asked for my autograph.” Continue reading

Fun Friday: NRA Family Conquers the Xenomorphs

Titled “Fun Friday: Your ‘Alien’ EDC Kit”, it begins as a critique of the movie “Alien” and states that supporting horror movies is not what “we’re about here at NRA Family.” They use that setup as if they’re going to discuss a spooky sci-fi character, but, of course, it comes out like this: Continue reading

I’m Sorry, Dave. I’m Afraid I Can’t Do That

We have to be smart enough to keep AI from creating more powerful generations of itself without our permission. Unless we as a nation start placing a higher value on human intelligence, and rethinking our currently ineffective educational system, we might not be able to tell when AI is getting the last laugh. Continue reading

The GOP Just Learned Something (and Got it Wrong)

A recent post called “DNC’s Angry Appeal to ‘Become a Factivist’” showed up in the frightening but somehow funny Word Net Daily (WND). The author, Myra Adams, was horrified by “a new frightening buzzword” called factivism and realized that saying it quickly sounds like “fascism.” Continue reading

Remembering a True New Yorker on 9/11

It might not sound that important, but back then, there was a feeling that terrorists not only took away our skyline and businesses and families, but that maybe they had stolen what Americans always rely on to survive a crisis: our sense of humor.
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This 9/11, Let’s Get Real About Who Was A Hero

It might not sound that important, but there was a feeling that terrorists took away what Americans always rely on to survive a crisis: our sense of humor. Continue reading

Misunderestimated in a Bigly Way

          The picture says it all. Quick Takes Bits from our Social Media Sites in Case You Missed them                      This song really shouldn’t be as relevant today as it is.  

Is Trump Screwing With Your B.I.S.?

Perhaps your doctor hasn’t mentioned it, but you have Behavioral Immune Syndrome (BIS). And so does everyone else, and so do most animals on Earth, and BIS can lead to deadly consequences. Continue reading

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