Full Frontal Thursday: Mike Pompeo, Preet Bharara, & Bannon’s Racist European Tour

In this week’s installment of “Full Frontal Thursday,” Sam has a chuckle over Emmanuel Macron’s visit with Baby-Hands McDrumpf. Then she introduces us to Mike Pompeo, the new face that represents the USA to the rest of the world.

Next, she points out the interesting ways that Steve Bannon is taking his filth to the shithole countries who welcome him and his ideologies with open arms. No shocker there. At least I know which places to skip over when I travel abroad.

Finally, Sam sits down with Preet Bharara to get some real legal information from an actual attorney about any potential troubles the current administration might face in the future.

Too bad YT didn’t post the tail-end clip of her show, where Sam gave kudos to the gentleman who managed to stop the shooting in the Waffle House without firing a shot. Well, we all know what YT really stands for.

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Such Ugliness

There it is again: that selfish self-centeredness which is the hallmark of your life.

All the cosmetic procedures in the world can’t hide how ugly you really are.

After all, a beautiful personality always shines through and needs no artificial enhancements.

Your ugliness shows in everything you think, say, and do.

It’s a wonder that anyone can stand your soul-sucking presence for any length of time.

They must be paid well.

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Toasty Tuesday

The warm weather which began over the weekend continues! Sunshine and clear skies through to Friday, then the rain returns on Saturday.

Birds of all kinds have been visibly active; the deer have been foraging, and coyotes serenade the waxing moon with high-pitched yips and yaps.

I love the sights and sounds here on the beach much better than the constant drone of city noise and the glare of light pollution.

We live on ‘Beach Time.’ No rush and no fuss.

Less stress is best.

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Last Week Tonight: Iran Deal

In today’s edition of “Last Week Tonight,” John Oliver talks about the Iran Deal and how Baby-Hands McDrumpf is most likely going to cram it down the shitter like everything else he gets his tiny hands on, including the presidency.

Happy birthday, John! Keep up the awesome work.

Sunday Funnies

Happy Earth Day

Today marks Earth Day, the one day per year in which many people pretend to care about the home that we all share: our beautiful planet Earth. If you treat every day as if it were Earth Day then you would be moved to action, even if only in the smallest means. Said action isn’t solely posting some tired quote on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or everywhere else the selfish and the self-absorbed congregate.

I always maintain that being part of the solution is much better than being part of the problem. Little things like “reduce, reuse, recycle” are important to incorporate in daily life. Instead of always deciding between “paper or plastic” at the grocery store, why not bring your own, reusable shopping bags?

Bees are rapidly becoming endangered, and that means our food supply is threatened. Why not plant bee-friendly herbs, shrubs, and trees wherever possible? Spend a day at an apiary if you can, and learn as much as possible about those marvelous little critters upon whom so much depends.

When’s the last time you volunteered at a local outdoor cleanup activity which wasn’t driven by politics or making yourself look good amongst your office or personal circle? When did you do something good for our planet, simply because it needs to be done? This planet is our home. It’s the only one we have, for the far foreseeable future, so we are responsible for its health and well-being.

That’s my small, soapbox oration for today. Now that I’ve stepped off of it and put it away, please enjoy the five songs which, to me, always symbolize Earth Day.

Happy 4/20 Friday

For this “Five on Friday” post I pay tribute to one of nature’s treasures: Cannabis. Marijuana. Mary Jane. Reefer. Sweet Leaf.

Whatever name you know it by or refer to it as, I am a consumer and aficionado of it. Like fine wine, prime sushi or any other decadent cuisine, it is to be enjoyed in moderation during certain times of the day or week.

Like any of my other enjoyable hobbies or pursuits other than computer gaming, there is no one selection or strain that is exclusively preferable. For this “Five On Friday” post, I offer up my five dank favourites in no particular order. Actually, doing it alphabetically should suffice.

Here they are:

B. B. #3, Bio-Diesel, Blue Pineapple Chunk, Gorilla Cookies, and Northern Wreck.

I’m also a fan of Animal Cookies, Obama, Granddaddy Kush, Purple Urkel and Big Bull.

Happy 4/20 Friday to all who enjoy a bit o’ the kind now and then. Fuck you mindless mongoloids who dress up in lederhosen and goose-step around your domiciles.

4/20 is about smoking the peace pipe. Dipshits.

* PUFF PUFF PASS *

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Full Frontal Thursday: James Comey, Paul Ryan, & Sean Hannity the Serial Killer

In this installment of “Full Frontal Thursday,” Sam talks about the strange news week we’ve had. James Comey’s book; lame duck Paul Ryan announcing his very early retirement, and Sean Hannity admitting to being a serial killer.

She also gets on the bandwagon of medicinal cannabis for all, even though a majority of people who claim to suffer from PTSD aren’t combat veterans. Lazy malingerers who conflate any and every symptom in order to get drugs, sympathy, and attention aren’t worthy of anything but being locked up in a deep, dank hole.

Finally, she tries to pay lip service to the fact that BeyoncΓ© was able to find non-white women who can dance and play the violin. Most people seem to think that only whites or Orientals can play stringed instruments well. Typical racists drowning in their own hatred and mental filth, and deafened by the cacophonies in their echo-chambers.

Midweek Music

Time for some midweek music – a bit of awesome, thrashing heavy metal preceded by an orchestral offering.

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Pagan & Proud

I have considered myself an agnostic, polytheist pagan with nihilist tendencies for most of my life. That consideration is wrapped up in a healthy, cynical sense of humour.

I like my individuality. If I’m not accepted for not walking in lock-step with everyone else and doing exactly the same thing as they do, then so be it. Goose-stepping with everyone else has never been my thing.

Some like boring, stale sameness and hive-minded groupthink. I’m not one.

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