Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my Post Toasties and Kellogg's Corn Flakes!  How are you?  Enjoying this climate change induced weather?  When it snows a foot in July, maybe then the disbelievers will admit they're wrong.  Actually, by the time that the big shot powers-that-be admit anything, it'll be too late.  Glub, blub, blub.  If a scientist told one of those people that he or she was damaged and needed immediate attention, they'd run to the Emergency Room.  So how come those same people disbelieve the scientists on global warming?  Because it interferes with the big shots' plans to drain the Earth of all its oil, gas, and coal.  Really.  The days of Big Oil are numbered anyway.  These guys should be working on alternative energy sources before the hammer comes down on oil.  Do you remember how in the 1960's people laughed at Japanese and other foreign produced vehicles?  Who's laughing now?  The utter idiocy of some people baffles me.  They can't think past the end of their noses.  If you call them on it, they'll fight to the end to maintain their idiocy.  In their world, you're either one thing or the other.  No in between.  There's no gray and no compromise.  Personally, I want to say f*ck them.  Goddamned knob shines who are more interested in some stinking TV show than their own lives.  I guess maybe because their lives are so boring?

Aaron Rodgers and the boys nuked the Dallas Cowboys.  Next, they take on the Atlanta Falcons this Sunday at 3 pm.  The wonderful Green Bay Packers have been on fire for weeks now, often winning in the last few seconds of the games.  I feel more comfortable with a little more margin, but these guys must know what they're doing. Dare we start thinking about the Super Bowl?

"Ringling Bros. Circus to Close After 146 Years"

Oh my.  What a shame that future generations won't be able to experience the circus.  Maybe a circus exists elsewhere? In Europe, perhaps, or south of us.  I haven't gone to the circus for awhile, but I pray there's some way to save this one.

And, of course, "circus" makes me think of Racine City Hall.  Ringmaster Lying John has blubbered consistently that Machinery Row and the arena WILL be built, even if he has to do it himself.  Why is it so hard for him to hear his constituents?  Why, in a democracy, is he constantly ramming poop down our throats?  Madame Zoltar has placed the Official Zoltar Curse™ on you.  When's the next election so we can get rid of this bum?  Better yet, why doesn't someone catch him with his hand in the cookie jar?  Then we could dump him right away.

Finally: Trump.  We're doomed.

Thank you, lads and lassies, for visiting my blog today and giving it a read.  I love all of my readers.  I hope you have a great week ahead.  I hope your whole life is great.

What are the most lies that lying John has told in a day?  Ask

 We're supposed to remain in the 30's and 40's for the rest of the week.  That's fine by me.  I just hate the subzero temperatures that are normally part of January.  Come back, sun.  We need you.  Just like I need the JT Irregulars.  I love you all.  Take care of yourselves.

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Four pussycats to wish you well on Wednesday.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Open Blog - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

No mail delivery today.  Banks, I don't know about.

MLK was one of those people who could electrify a crowd.

Sunday, January 15, 2017


From Racine County Corruption:

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Kurt Hanson and his dog  "Angel ".
Compliments of the City of Racine Militarized Police.
On the average day, about 25 dogs are shot by law enforcement in the USA.
In many of these shootings, cops kill dogs because of poor training. But some of these dog killing cops are just plain THUGS.

There are no natural instincts in mankind that prompts humans to shoot dogs. Dogs are man’s best friend? RIGHT ?
Shooting dogs is not a normal knee jerk reaction. We at RCC refer to most of these cop shooting “instincts” as aggression and/or cowardice.

Who wants a cop that is an asshole, or a coward?  Nobody I know.
Wearing a badge doesn’t excuse derelict and egregious conduct.  Cops must be held under the same or higher standards of conduct by the District Attorney's office just as common citizens are investigated.  Citizens are heavily scrutinized when they discharge a weapon or kill a dog in our county, but law enforcement gets a get out out jail free card. 

Below is the past responses from the Racine County District Attorney'' office every time a dog is killed by law enforcement. 

Federal Court rulings affirm the following:
Federal sister Court’s have already concluded that, “‘the use of deadly force against a household pet is reasonable only if the pet poses an [imminent] danger and the use of force is unavoidable.’” Robinson v. Pezzat, 818 F.3d 1, 7 (D.C. Cir. 2016) (quoting Viilo v. Eyre, 547 F.3d 707, 710 (7th Cir. 2008) (holding that the unreasonable killing of a companion dog constitutes a seizure under the Fourth Amendment). See also Mayfield v. Bethards, 826 F.3d 1252, 1256 (10th Cir. 2016) (holding that killing a dog constitutes a violation of the dog owner’s Fourth Amendment rights absent a warrant or some exception to the warrant requirement); Carroll v. Cty. of Monroe, 712 F.3d 649, 651 (2d Cir. 2013) (holding that the unreasonable killing of a companion animal constitutes an unconstitutional seizure of personal property under the Fourth Amendment); Hells Angels, 402 F.3d at 975−78 (holding that the killing of guard dogs was unreasonable under the Fourth Amendment where “the officers were not presented with exigent circumstances that necessitated killing the dogs”); Brown v. Muhlenberg Twp., 269 F.3d 205, 211 (3d Cir. 2001) (same); cf. Altman v. City of High Point, 330 F.3d 194, 204−05 (4th Cir. 2003) (holding that privately owned dogs were effects subject to the protections of the Fourth Amendment but officers’ actions of shooting and killing the dog were objectively reasonable).

In our own community of Racine County, we only have to look at the November 1, 2014 incident where City of Racine Police arrived at a calm scene regarding dog poop. A calm scene that due to poor investigative techniques and mistakes by RPD, was escalated into a militaized police incident, executing a friendly dog named Angel as it walked in its own front yard.

You may read more here:
And as in 2014, "the Gales of November Came Early" in late November of 2016 with another Racine County dog execution incident during an executed no knock search warrant.  A two year old english bulldog dog named "Sugar" was executed in her own home for doing what dogs do. Joseph and Sara Harmon of the 2000 block of Kearney Ave stated the following: 
"Police reportedly told the family that it is protocol to kill the dog during the search warrant, and that was all of the information the family was reportedly given" according to the Racine Journal Times.

We at RCC plan to file Wisconsin Public Records Request regarding the above incident and will keep our readers informed of our progress.
In Milwaukee County, their communities problems regarding cops killing dogs are even larger, to include ricocheting bullets that injure humans.
We know of no animal more dangerous than humans, and that includes bad cops.
In our research at RCC, no uniformed law enforcement officer in the United States while on duty has ever been killed by a dog, that’s right –NONE.

By  cows?   Yes       By horses ? Yes
A few in law enforcement have even succumbed to death from wasps, hornets and bee stings.
But none by dogs- that’s right-  ZERO deaths attributed to dogs

So why do so many cops hate citizens dogs?
2014 Law Enforcement statistics:
Line of Duty Deaths: 146
In recent years, there have been so many deadly encounters by law enforcement that two states,
Colorado and Texas have imposed laws requiring mandatory canine-encounter training for all law enforcement officers.

On an average year,  U.S. mail carriers report around 6,000 dog bites a year. This number doesn’t include total yearly incidents of dog contacts, which is in the millions of incidents per year.  And yet, you don’t see post office employees going postal and killing hundreds of dogs a year as law enforcement does. 

We have theories here at RCC, the theories being that many cops kill dogs because the cops are either cowards, thugs or enforcers that kill dogs to punish the owners.

What's your theory?
In the meantime.......
 Wisconsin should embrace mandatory training for law enforcement regarding canine encounters and expand the use of “less than deadly force” training and tools.

Both our community and law enforcement will benefit from such training mandates.
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Friday, January 13, 2017

Four for Fridays!

Hello everyone I hope you are all doing well with this roller coaster of weather we have been having. I am posting this early because I have to take my daughter back to college this morning. I hope everyone has a great week despite the cold weather. Here are your questions.

1) Have you went away for the weekend and gotten snowed in were you went?

2) Have you ever went out after  a snow storm and gotten plowed out of your own driveway?

3) When you were younger have you ever had to help shovel the sidewalk at your school?

4) Have you been nice and helped your neighbor shovel their driveway?

"Zionist Rothschild Debt Based Banking System Exposed by Ex-Marine Ken O'Keefe"

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Happy Friday the 13th!

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my raisins and rasinettes!  How are you?  Our weather hasn't been too bad, but it's January and that's highly likely to change.  In another month, they'll use a groundhog to predict the weather.  The world is effing nuts.  I've decided to go with the flow and take the easy money when it's offered.  Give me $10 and I'll tell you your future.  Give me $20 and I'll tell you a better future.

The Giants of Green and Gold have moved on to divisional playoffs against the Cowboys at Dallas this Sunday, 3:40 pm.  Go, Packers, go!

Blah, I have nothing to talk about today.  Seriously, other than being continually screwed by our local lawmakers and kingmakers, I don't have much to report.  The same old, tired lies are hauled out as soon as you question anything about Machinery Row.  Have you seen this?:

As I understand this, Rodney Blackwell expects us to "buy back" the properties from him.  Ha ha ha ha ha ha!  What a horrid, stinking, little "man" is Mr. Mayor of Racine.  These backroom deals ae beginning to rot in more and more volume, taking more and more of our money.  Where's Superman when you need him?

My advice: keep pressing and pressing Mr. Mayor with questions about the almost innumerable lies he's told us.  The FBI should be here right now looking over the finances of Machinery Row.  But they aren't, so we get screwed by Mr. Mayor Lying John again.  He seems to think he possesses some sort of aura and is totally oblivious to the plight of other human beings.

I'm sorry, but sometimes it makes me physically ill to get too involved in the scheming and cheating of Lying John.  I get very depressed that he "leads" our city.  I worry much for our children.  So I'm going to cut it off right here.

I love all of the people who stop by to read my blog.  It's very gratifying and I thank you.  Without you, we're nothing.  With you, we're the JTI, looking for some fun and love.

How much money will we owe when Lying John is dragged from office?  Ask

It's good to see other forms of protest against Mr. Mayor Lying John. He is abusive to those around him and completely destroyed the atmosphere in City Hall. May our atmosphere remain warm and dry.    

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Will we learn how to make a nuclear bomb out of common household items?

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

"Shrink Rap"

From The Shepherd Express:

By Art Kumbalek 5 hours ago

I’m Art Kumbalek and man oh manischewitz what a world, ain’a? Listen, first thing here is a “thank you” to reader Yvonne for her very nice note, and abso-focking-lutely I shall send your regards to the fellas.

Next, a hearty congratulations to our local broadcasters John Malan and Tom Pipines as they hang up the barometer and scoreboard respectively, soon to be retired, the lucky son-of-a-guns. For me, I don’t see any retirement coming down the pike. Retire? No sir. Expire, oh yeah, and I won’t be shaking any hands as I head out the Shepherd’s hallowed door feet first, what the fock.

So, I’m making my rounds the other day and some guy says to me, “Hey Artie, writing those essays of yours must be good therapy, ain’a?” And I’ll tell you’s, if it’s such good therapy, I wish President-elect Orange Circus Peanut would start writing newspaper essays instead of sending those stupid-ass tweets all the time ’cause if ever there were a candidate-elect ready to be a throw pillow on a therapy couch, it’s Trumpel-thin-skin. Which reminds me:

Psychiatrist’s receptionist says, “Doctor, there’s a patient here who thinks he’s invisible.” Psychiatrist says, “Tell him I can’t see him right now.” Ba-ding!

Man walks into a psychiatrist’s office, completely naked except for a layer of Saran Wrap. Psychiatrist says, “I can clearly see you’re nuts.” Ba-ding!

Why can’t you hear a psychiatrist using the bathroom? Hey, because the ‘p’ is silent. Ba-ding!

Man goes to a psychiatrist. Psychiatrist says, “What do you do for a living?” Man says, I’m an auto mechanic.” Psychiatrist says, “All right, get under the couch.” Ba-ding!

So you betcha, if whipping out these essays off the top of my head is good therapy, I guess that makes Artie his own therapist, how ’bout that. By cutting out the middleman, I figure I’m saving myself about a $120-$150 bucks an hour; so the drinks are on me. And as a therapist, one thing I know is that we can all use an extra pat on the back. Actually, I got a better idea. More than an extra pat on the back, we could all use an extra $Jackson in the backpocket, ain’a? Hold on, I got an even better idea. How ’bout, say, you go see one of these psychiatric guys for a little shrink rap and at the end of the session he gives you a crisp $100 instead of the other way around—“Hey doc, gosh. Thanks for the dough. I’m feeling better about myself already.” And isn’t that the point?

Fock if I know, but I sometimes do wonder what things would be like these days if there had been an outbreak of the psychology racket in the olden days. Say back in the year 0027 or something, they pull Jesus in for a psych session: “Well, Mr. Christ, to me it looks like we’re dealing with a pattern of self-destructive behavior here. I’d say you were clinically depressed, but that hasn’t been invented yet. This savior thing. It’s a grand idea, but practically speaking, what about the future? Do you actually see yourself doing this at age 40, 50? And you say one thing, but then do another. ‘Love thy neighbor,’ fine. But then you go bust up their money-changing temple. What I’d like to do is see you weekly for the long-term. Who is your health care provider, Mr. Christ?”

I’ve heard that some psychiatrists like to quiz their patients about their dreams. If I were seeing a shrink instead of seeing myself, I’d tell him about the one I had just the other night that goes something like this:

Vladimir Putin, Art Kumbalek and Donald Trump were set to face a firing squad in a small Middle-Eastern country. Vladimir Putin was the first one placed against the wall, and just before the order was given he yelled out, “EARTHQUAKE!” The firing squad fell into a panic and Vlad jumped over the wall and escaped in the confusion.

Art Kumbalek was the second one placed against the wall. The squad was reassembled and Artie pondered what he had just witnessed. Again before the order was given, Artie said, “Gentlemen! SANDSTORM!” Again the squad panicked and Artie slipped over the wall.

Now it was Donald Trump’s turn. He was thinking, “I see a pattern here, oh boy, I’m so hugely smart.” He confidently refused the blindfold as the firing squad reassembled. As the rifles were raised in his direction, he gave a thumbs-up, stuck out his chin and yelled, “FIRE!”

Ba-ding! ’cause I’m Art Kumbalek and I told you so.



"Lynyrd Skynyrd - 'That Smell'"

2016 was the year of death for me I suppose that's a consequence of growing older. The big name losses in the music industry (David Bowie, Lou Reed, Leonard Cohen, et. al.) hit my favorites hard.

In private, I learned of the deaths of two former friends. One was a woman I had a very complicated relationship with for years. I met her in AA and her mind was the quickest I've known. Unfortunately, she started lying and stealing. She told me that she stole from every job she'd ever had. I was flabbergasted. When her lies and other bullshit became too much, I told her to leave me alone. She did. She and her fully grown son moved to Colorado because pot is legal there.  His birthday reminder popped up on Facebook the other day and I checked on his page for the hell of it.  Then his mother's.  She died last spring, in her sleep.  Shit.  Well, I guess her son followed what I told her abut leaving me alone.

The other death occurred here, in this building.  Shortly after I moved here, I met an old AA buddy who had been living here for years.  She and I used to spend hours in the (AA) Central Office talking.  She was very shaky every time I saw her here.  Then, the other day, I see on the bulletin boards that she had died and some people were trying to find a new home for her cat.  I was stunned.

I suppose I better get used to seeing people drop dead around me until it's my turn.      

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