So, Let’s get this humor ezine back on track, shall we? Battling the world’s bullshit with laughter. That’s what we do. And my life is full of bullshit right now, so we need an extra large dose of laughter.
I really don’t have anything to talk about this morning. It’s Thursday morning and I am at the beginning of a four-day weekend because I worked through last weekend. I talk to my lawyer on the phone in a couple of hours about getting a trust set up and a few other things that need to be done now that I’m in the position I’m in. And I have an appointment with the surgeon this afternoon to talk about how I am supposed to have hip surgery now that my help is gone. So, I guess I’ll have some stuff to talk about later, so in the meantime, let’s get some laughter going and we’ll get to the other stuff later.
If we had any balls left in this country, we would do it yet! This man is one of the biggest threats to our country! Hell, tarring and feathering and running him out on a rail is probably too GOOD for him.
And she’s looking back at the camera like, “What the fuck are you looking at? Ain’t nuthin’ to see here.”
This giant sequoia,
“The President” stands at 247 feet tall and is estimated to be over 3,200 years old. Imagine, this tree was already 700 years old during the height of ancient Greece’s civilization and 1,200 years old when Jesus lived and Rome was well into its rule of most of the western world and points beyond.
Because of its unbelievable size, this tree has never been photographed in its entirety, until now. National Geographic photographers took thousands of photos. Of those, they selected 126 and stitched them together to get this incredible potrait of the President.
The man standing near the trunk of the tree at the bottom of the picture, is a good indicator of the tree’s size.
The giant Sequoia . . . what is the red spot up near the top?
Vaccines . . . . for years, kids couldn’t start school In Utah until they were vaccinated. Until all the illegal Mexicans came.
I need to redo my will, but decided to wait until I could set up a family trust. I complain that covid has kept me from going to a lawyer, but I suspect it is because my relatives keep changing, and I can’t decide if they should be in my will or not. That, and the value of a dollar keeps changing, so I can’t decide if I can afford a lawyer, or if I will have anything worth hiring a dollar.
Just to let you know, If a child doesnt have the DPT and MMR vaccines they cannot attend public school or a public daycare.
Many jobs also require proof of those vaccinations.
Just want to tell ya,as a bunch will,hip replacement ain’t too bad. Replaced my left hip and was walking with out aids and driving my car in 10 days. It’s just parts replacement, not a big deal
Yup. Already had the right one done. It was a piece of cake compared to the knee