Monthly Archives: February 2016

Clean-up in Aisle 27!

Or something to that effect.  I’m not sure why “Attention K-Mart shoppers” has been stuck in my head since yesterday, but it has, and there you go.    All I can hear is a loudspeaker, blaring in the background, repeating … Continue reading

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Actually, he might have a point after all.

Related to my earlier post about asinine comment made by Senator McConnell regarding the need for Americans to have a voice (ain’t that special how he’s always thinking of us little guys???) are some thoughts wandering around the blogosphere this … Continue reading

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Ummmmm–methinks you might have a wee bit of a problem with that “logic,” Senator McConnell.

Mitch McConnell is at it again.  His latest?  Not waiting for the ink to dry on the news of Justice Scalia’s death before announcing that President Obama will not be allowed to appoint a new Supreme Court Justice. Because why? … Continue reading

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The thing about karma.

The pesky little thing about karma is, in my very humble opinion, it’s sort of like the “gift that keeps on giving.” You see, poor Cliven Bundy, away up thar in the Northwest, is finding out pretty gol durned quick … Continue reading

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Ahhhh. The sweet tang of karma with a cuppa in the morning.

Karma. As in “destiny or fate, following as effect from cause.”  (That’s an informal definition, not the traditional, more formal one of karma being what happens to one in subsequent lives as a result of actions taken in the present … Continue reading

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