Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hi, my chilly cherubs!  How are you?  I'm stil trying to shake the last of the flu/cold I had last week.  I'm tired, too, so this won't be much of a blog.

The important thing is to say, "I love you."  Tell people that you love, that you do so.  You never know what life might throw at you next.

So, I'm sorry for the failure to launch here.  I need sleep badly.

Be careful out there, Irregulars.

Open Blog - Wednesday

I sleep til Thursday.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015


"Do you dream of cured meat? We do, and we know you do too.
"The future of sleep is here, and… it smells like cured meat. Our Bacon Scented Pillowcase uses advances in printing technology we stole from NASA to allow the scent of bacon to permeate your dreams and expand your mind. That’s right, the unmistakable scent of Bacon is embedded in the ink on these specially printed pillowcases.

"If cared for according to included instructions, this pleasing aroma should last for 6-12 months or more. It can even endure through multiple wash cycles – be sure to use an unscented detergent, wash separately in warm water, and air or tumble dry."
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Open Blog - Tuesday

I'm too scared to move.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Things You Can't Take Back can't take back underwear.

And you can't take back what comes out of your mouth. REMEBER, put brain in gear before mouth in motion.

Open Blog - Monday

The first four are easy compared to the last one.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

"Queen [featuring David Bowie] - 'Under Pressure' (Lyrics)"

That song was written and released in 1981. Seems to me that not much has changed since, except maybe to get worse.

Friday, January 23, 2015

"'Spirit In The Sky' Norman Greenbaum"

"Terry Gilkyson & The Easy Riders -'Marianne' 45 rpm!"

Poll: "Should We Drug Test for Medicaid, Food Stamps, Unemployment?"

From Racine County Eye:

By Heather Asiyanbi in Government · January 22, 2015

"Gov. Scott Walker is proposing legislation that would require recipients of Medicaid, food stamps and some residents collecting unemployment to pass a drug test as part of the benefit eligibility requirements.

"The governor announced the change ahead of his 2015-2017 proposed budget and said in a statement that the drug testing will help workers fill jobs across the state, a story on reads.

"Not everyone agrees.

“'Rather than getting distracted by presidential posturing, we need to work together and find real solutions that will create jobs, grow our economy and put Wisconsin on a path to success,' Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling, D-LaCrosse, is quoted as saying."

Vote in the poll:

How about we also drug test people in office?  Hell, just drug test the entire nation and deport the druggies.

Four for Fridays

Hello everyone and welcome back! Work, work, work.... that is all I really did all last week. Just a little overtime at the end. I wonder what the weekend will bring. Anyways, here are your questions....

1) Have you ever worn braces?

2) Do you wear glasses?

3) What shoe size do you wear?

4) How many house plants do you own?

Enjoy your weekend!

Open Blog - Friday

Well, most of us did.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Fetch Addiction

Maybe it's time to start Fetch Anonymous.

"Town of Lyons woman is new Wisconsin poet laureate"

From The Journal

January 17, 2015 10:00 pm  • 

"Poetry has been part of Kimberly Blaeser’s life since she was a young girl living on the White Earth Reservation in northwestern Minnesota. Storytelling and other oral entertainment were important elements of her early family life, in a home with no electricity or running water, said Blaeser, who now lives in rural Town of Lyons near Burlington.

"Both of her parents loved poetry and she grew up hearing her father recite poems and having her mother read frequently to her and her older brother. Such exposure inspired Blaeser and her brother to become good at making up games and stories, she said. And, as soon as she could write, she began writing poetry."

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Alltime10s Thursdays

Open Blog - Thursday

A meal in a bottle.