Sunday, November 11, 2012

Over The Cliff

Going over the Fiscal Cliff
It's time for a sing-a-long! The name of the tune is: "Over The Cliff". (Sung to the tune of: Over the River and Through the Woods.)

Over the cliff
And into the sea
America now goes
Of course we all pray
It won't happen this way
 But no one really knows

All business shuts down
And no jobs left in town
It's the new American Way
Obama is King
And soon He will bring

Foodstamps to the whole USA

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Saint of the Week

Our Saint of the Week is Pope Saint Damasus. After you click on his name and have a chance to study his bio, there will be a short quiz.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Creating Jobs

One of my pet peeves is when someone in government says they need to focus on the economy and creating jobs. It's been shown many times that the best way for government to "create jobs" is to get out of the way and let the private sector create real jobs. That is one of the differences between Democratics and Republicans. Dems want to create more government jobs. Trying to improve the economy by growing government is like trying to push a rope.

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Feeling Safe

It should certainly make us all feel safer knowing that our government is now flying domestic drones. These UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) use infrared sensors and have high-resolution cameras. They can also be armed with lethal force or rubber bullets and tear gas. By being operated from a remote location, government bureaucrats can now make sure that you are safe and that all your needs are being taken care of, by Big Government.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Heart Candy

Even tho it is an election year, I was quite surprised to find this particular saying on one of the Valentine's Day candies purchased at a random place at a random time. Speaking of politics, I heard that Hope and Change have changed into Hype and Blame. Those sound like winning planks of a popular platform.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Snowflake of the Week

Saturday Haiku:
Six-sided snow flake
Added color and effects
With Pixlr Express

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Looking Around

I captured this bird with my camera. Pixlr Express was used to transform the original picture into something special. My wife thinks this picture looks religious. I was quite disappointed when Google pulled the plug on Picnik (for image editing). If you have not yet discovered Pixlr Express, it can be a religious experience. Now I just hope Google doesn't change the Blogger Interface so much so that it is no longer user friendly. Change isn't always for the better, as we've seen with the Obamaization of America.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Pattern Of The Week

Haiku For You:
Old-fashioned striped seats
The back seat of a Hudson
Lots of good times here.

Saturday, May 5, 2012

Duane's House of Pizza

After doing a drive-about the other weekend, we came back into town planning on stopping to eat some good Chinese cooking at a local restaurant. While parking, we drove by Duane's House of Pizza. An executive decision was made to wait on the Chinese, and instead order a large pepperoni and beef pizza. That was a very good decision.

Friday, April 27, 2012

Green River

Green river picture
Not your normal fixture
Delivers unknown mixture
Bending further flexure
Never-ending conjecture
Show up for the lecture.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Snowflake Of The Week

Even tho this snowflake looks like a dartboard, it is still just a six-sided snowflake. You can throw darts at it if you want.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Chicken Tax

President Obama and Vice President Sharpton getogether to discuss a possible new tax on fried chicken, along with a controversial racial profiling tax, in addition to a new umbrella tax on all taxes. These gifted national organizers believe the best way to improve the economy and to create more federal jobs is to dramatically increase taxes and play the class warfare card wherever possible. When asked about possible challenges by Congress to these new mandates, their reply was: "Could we get some more chicken, here?"

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

White Forest

Back on February 4, 2012 everything was heavily frosted. It must have been the perfect conditions for frost making, including zero wind. Since then, we have had weeks of temperatures in the 60s and 70s, so all the snow is long gone. Last night we had thunder. Today we are in a strong wind advisory. If you like a variety of weather, Fargo has everything you seek.