Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my french-fried family!  How are you?  One more day of this heat and then it's supposed to cool off tomorrow.  I'll believe it when I see it.  The National Weather Service is like tossing dice.  You never know what might crop up.  We got some rain but we sure could use more.  A light, all day rain.  Instead, when we get rain, it pours like crazy for a little while and then disappears.  As I write this, my windows are open.  It's sure nice compared to the grind of the air conditioner.  I'm afraid of next month's electric bill.  This month's jumped by $23 and I wasn't using the air conditioning much at all.  I've had it on for a lot of this month.  Maybe I'll go to debtor's prison.

Now that the presidential campaigns are in full swing, I look forward to not reading or listening to any of the pablum that the candidates spout.  It's more than three months until the election.  I can't imagine how much BS Trump and Clinton and companies will spew.  It'd be funny, but our future is at stake.  I don't see much hope with either candidate.  I'm voting OrbsCorbs, Of Course.  I doubt he'll win, but just maybe, if enough of us do it, he'll be elected.  I understand that he's chosen Charlie, his cat, for the Vice Presidential position.  Orbs and Charlie, the wave of the future.  "Vote for me and I'll set you free!"

Both I and Señor Zanza have been trying to get Junior to meditate more to see how much psychic ability, if any, he's inherited.  Actually, Señor Zanza has been doing the majority of the work.  However, it's very difficult to get a teenager to sit still long enough to get anywhere.  The only time he does really try, he just falls asleep.  Señor Zanza says he's sure that Junior has something, but he doesn't know what.  I think Junior keeps beating him at poker and that's what.  Time is really the only thing that will tell how much psychic ability Junior has.  I hope he doesn't turn out to be a cad like his father.

Now here's a young man who is motivated:

I don't necessarily want Junior to be a garbage man; I just want him to be something.

Thank you all for reading my blog today.  I love company and I love readers.  And I love you, too.

How much do I love readers? Ask

Enjoy the cooler temperatures and lowering humidity over the next few days.  This is what summer is all about.  Sit back and relax.

Open Blog - Wednesday

One of these days I'll get it right.

Monday, July 25, 2016

"In God's Kitchen"

"Ask Me Why I Fled Racine – The Brain Drain Continues"

From News The JT Can't Use:

"The Dumb Nigge Those who object to being subjected to abuses of Civil Rights and educate others about those abuses are the problem in Racine WI, and if you doubt it just ask the Racine Police Association and the Staff Officer’s Association , or any Caucasian who is a politically connected person. OK – Racine – what happens when the Actors are White – Do they get a 'PASS' – Where is the voice of the Racine Police Association and the Staff Officer’s Association , or any Caucasian who is a politically connected person? So where is the OUTRAGE? And being held to account? (besides missing…) What is the content of Kurt Wahlen’s Character?"

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Open Blog - Monday

Have a wonderful day.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

"DNC News Flash"

From St. Croix County Corruption:

Sunday, July 24, 2016

DNC News Flash
From the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia Pa.

and the revived "feel the burn campaign"


DNC Wasserman test comes back positive!

Debbie Wasserman, head of the Democratic National Convention is being removed from her position in an all out effort to protect the Democratic Party and its members.
City health officials have confirmed that all DNC delegates have been exposed to the disease and additional testing is being performed on all DNC staff.

DNC officials are scrambling to limit the outbreak to the delegates before a national epidemic occurs.

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Saturday, July 23, 2016


Friday, July 22, 2016

Nieskes has spent years mastering the art of 
control or influence (a person or situation) cleverly, unfairly, or unscrupulously
 As a prosecutor in Racine County, Nieskes negotiated, bartered and plea bargained with some of the lowest of low life’s and some of the best cons in the criminal realm.
  Nieskes further interacted with pimps, whores, fraudsters, false prophets and other persons of ill repute.
  As the years went by, Nieskes studied, tweaked and assimilated many of these low life skills into his own personal and professional life.
Nieskes especially honed his dark skills in the arts of deception and spin to a point that he is able to manipulate his associates, employees, friends, Judges and the general public.
 Nieskes became so proficient at these arts that he can no longer differentiate between truth or his realm, 
Nieskes's mind is truly  
Suffering from dementia, or driven to behave irrationally due to anger or distress.
As a narcissist, Nieskes hides and denies his past egregious acts and seemingly whines to his associates that he is a victim of a stalker,  but the reality is Nieskes is the viral participant of what he negotiated.  
Nieskes is so proficient at the art of deception that he is able to manipulate others to defend his name and do his dirty deeds for him.
Nieskes is also an opportunist, or perhaps even a predator. A predator the likes of former Calumet County District Attorney Kenny Kratz. Yes the same Ken Kratz of National District Attorney Wall of Shame fame who used and abused his position of power that preyed and manipulated on the weak minded, the innocent, the trusting, the naive and of course the
 Lacking intelligence or common sense.

Best Buddies

Open Blog - Weekend

Have a great weekend.

Friday, July 22, 2016

"Racist Racine"

From Racine Community Media:

"Racine residents and community members grow outraged and are beginning to ask for resignations of both, Mayor John Dickert and Police and Fire Commission member Pastor Mark Freeman, for repeated racist comments and disturbing imagery posted by Freeman online, and endorsed by Mayor John Dickert as being Freeman’s First Amendment right!

"Residents and community members are also asking why no other elected officials, police officers or the City Administrator are voicing concern or speaking with anyone from the community on this troubling issue.

"Watch the fox6news investigative report above."

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"A Challenge to Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester and Carpetbagging State Rep. Cory Mason, D-Racine: Why The Unsustainable Tax-Payer Funded OPEB Will Lead The City of Racine To Economic Collapse"

From News the JT Can't Use:

WHEE! City Administrator Tom Friedel and the rest of the CIty of Racine Public Employees and Officials are IN THE MONEY – for life – courtesy of the Tax-Payers and the unsustainable OPEB they have been promised – 'Other Post Employment Benefits'. It’s all part of the taxpayer provided public employee benefit wonderland where tax-free benefit packages which cost $20,000 to $40,000 plus make up for the low $100,000 salaries…."

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Four for Fridays!

I hope everyone is staying out of the heat and humidity this week and staying someplace that is nice and cool. If you do know of someone that does not have AC please check in on them. I know this week has gone by quickly so here are your questions.

1) Are you staying someplace that is nice and cool out of the heat and humidity this week?

2) Do you have more cd's or vinyl albums in your music collection?

3) Do you have more dvd's or vhs tapes in you movie collection?

4) Do you have any plans for the weekend?

I hope everyone has a great day!

"410 Main Unveiled As Makers’ Space"

From Racine County Eye:

 By Denise Lockwood in Breaking · July 21, 2016 · No comments

"The building at 410 Main St. has a purpose again after sitting vacant for 12 years before Tad Ballantyne, president of PW Partners Inc., bought the building in December for $165,000.
"Several media-related companies already occupy the second and third floor. But the excitement around the first floor space — called The Offices at 410 Main — created a buzz at the ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday night. In a few weeks the finishing touches will be made on the first floor. The intention behind the collaborative space: to pull in media-related businesses that will have access to investors and give downtown Racine a shot in the arm.
"'We see this as an opportunity to collaborate, we call it the Racine 100,' Ballantyne said. 'We’re going to build space here and it will include a coffee shop… We’ve gone around to several businessmen and we asked them if they would be willing to come in on your lunch hour to do a Q&A session, so that they could ask questions about their business model, whatever it is — a product or an idea — and nobody turned me down.'
"Those business owners also said they would be open to financially backing some of those businesses. There will also be a pit where business owners would have to defend their idea or their concept to those within the membership.
"Racine Mayor John Dickert said that having a makers space will help bring innovation into the city.
"'When people ask me what’s happening in the city of Racine I say: The 21st century and it is right in front of you,' he said. 'We have people who grew up in Racine that have come back to help build this company.'
"Dickert said large developers asked him about whether Racine had a makers’ space, which will allow people to create businesses out of their ideas.
"'It is time for us to turn the corner on the negativity in this town and start talking about all of the amazing things that are happening right here and all over downtown Racine,' Dickert said.
"One of those people that moved to Racine is Ben Kasica, owner of Skies Fall Media Group. The company has called 410 Main St. home for four months. Kasica, the former guitarist for the band Skillet, said Skies Fall was a continuation of his music career. The company produces video, film and documentaries.
"'We love it here… we love being downtown and being part of something in the city,' he said. 'I’m an entrepreneur so I like starting things, getting them going and then moving on. There’s so much potential in this city and I feel called to help pull that potential out and make something of it.'
"For more information about 410 Main, contact Missie Mauldin at (262) 902-0848"

Open Blog - Friday

I'll do the best I can.