Saturday, November 6, 2010

A great quote to live by!

"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming

-- WOW--What a Ride!"

Daylight Saving Time Ends Tonight


Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday at 2 AM, when it magically becomes 1 AM again. Don't forget to turn your clocks back or you will be an hour early for church tomorrow.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Piano stairs - TheFunTheory.com



http://www.thefuntheory.com/

"This site is dedicated to the thought that something as simple as fun is the easiest way to change people’s behaviour for the better. Be it for yourself, for the environment, or for something entirely different, the only thing that matters is that it’s change for the better."

The site has more fun videos and entries for The Fun Theory Award.

Old British Postcards

Who says the Brits don't have a sense of humor?







Roy D. Mercer - Prank Call To Navy Recruiter

Mental Challenge, Part II



Can you name these famous pairs?


http://www.sporcle.com/games/sproutcm/PairsInOtherWords

Four for Fridays

Hello everyone! Another Friday with another set of questions for you. So let's talk about lunch!

1) What's your favorite sandwich?

2) What do you prefer, soup or salad?

3) What's your favorite soup?

4) What dressing do you like on your salad?

Enjoy your weekend!

Open Blog - Weekend


Chill out.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

"Pull 'Em Up! Supporters March To End Saggy Pants Culture"

In Winston-Salem, NC:



A tip of the hat to Racine's Inisder News Online for this video: http://racineinsider.blogspot.com/2010/11/pull-them-paints-up.html
I got this from a friend,
finally got around to watching it and had
the best laugh I've had in a long time,
hope my link works
(if not, I know some wonderful folks that
can make anything better:) )
enjoy!

Mimi, Weather Girl for November 03, 2010



http://www.nma.tv/category/weather-girls/

They know how to do the weather in Taiwan.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my autumn angels! How are you? It certainly has gotten nippy outside the past few nights, but our days have been pleasant enough. And the Big Wind died down. Oh my, wasn’t that something? Even a tornado! Thank goodness that no one was critically injured and that the CNH plant on Durand Avenue got back to production quickly. Thank you, Mother Nature, for your beneficence. No more jokes about your hearing problems, either, oh dear, no.

Once again our triumphant Green Bay Packers graced us with a win. Our banged-up defense kept the New York Jets scoreless. Hurrah! What a glorious afternoon it was. Our green and gold gladiators have this weekend off for a well-deserved rest. Sleep well, o mighty warriors. Dream of victory.

Many of us awaken today to what appears to be an altered political landscape. Much will be made of this for weeks to come. Madame Zoltar’s advice, however, is to take it all with a grain of salt. Two years ago, one group was celebrating. Today, another group delights. In two or four or more years, one or the other will celebrate again, then the other, then the other, back and forth, again and again. That is how this republic operates. At times, the greatest wonder to me is that we progress at all. Each of us must do our part by holding our representatives to high standards. I am so tired of the political bickering. Our representatives must shed their blind allegiance to party politics and use their minds and hearts and souls to do what is right, not what their parties dictate. Oh my, I didn’t mean to start pontificating. That is why I usually don’t talk politics – it always gets messy.

And that’s also way I’m posting something apolitical and irrelevant. Just for the comedy of it, enjoy Popeye the Sailor Man’s first animated cartoon, featuring Betty Boop:



Watching that reassures me that good triumphs over evil, no matter who won or lost an election. But it still doesn’t make spinach taste any better. I’m sorry, but, no thanks, I pass on that vegetable.

Thank you for reading my blog. My weekly “date” with the Irregulars is a highlight of my life. I am so happy and fortunate to have dear readers like you. Thank you so much.

I don’t tweet (the last I checked), so you’ll have to email me at: madamezoltar@jtirregulars.com.

The time approaches to break out the flannel pj’s and nightgowns. Don’t forget to stock up on supplies for enjoying hot cocoa. “The Iceman Cometh” and it’s a slippery slope from there. Obdormition!

Open Blog - Wednesday

That's right, I'll bend your ear any day.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Face lifts. Why do people do this electively?

I got a mini face lift.... My disability is progressive. As nerves are damaged, I lose muscle control. Sometimes not that big of thing if I can do a work around, somethimes it's aggravating. My right eye was drying out at night, the eye wasn't closing right. The Docs went in and raised my outside right lower eye lid. EEYoww. I don't know if I'm going to look forward to when the left needs this. Then again, a huge difference. I'm waking refreshed. The sleep is so much improved it's a quality of life issue.

No way would I do this for vanities sake. There is no way to make me handsome, so I accepted me ages ago. It wasn't until the Docs said i needed this that I bothered to even look in the mirror. When I did, it was an "Oh wow" moment. "Hey, my eyelids do droop, and the right is real bad." Before I had it done, Bob said maybe I could do a Carnival freek show. From the right, Japanese, and from the left Chinese. Hey, my humor is dark and Asshole buddies are appreciated, Not distinct now that it's done. As the swelling goes down, I'm not looking handsome, but I'm looking normal. Good enough for me. Just take my picture from the right.

Check your ballots if you vote in the 62nd

There have been reports of ballots for the 61st district being cast in the 62nd district. I wont air my conspiracy theory here, however, if your ballot does not say Cory Mason and Chris Wright, ask for a new ballot.

Morning wake up music plus a kicker

Something different woke me up. First it was Billy Thorp Children of the Sun which segued into GFR's (I'm your captain) Getting closer to my Home. and while looking them up this last oldie but Goody popped up.








Where have I been? Darn computer probs. Had to pull out a rusty crusty to get back on line.

Did you vote




Please report in here your polling place and the number you were. Also, how is the turnout at your voting place?

It is your right to vote. If you dont vote, dont participate, you lose the right to complain when things go wrong! Even if it is only for one race, please vote today.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Report in Here!

Please report in when some radio station switches over to Christmas Music. I think it was mid-november last year.

How I see it on Tuesday

Here are my predictions for the election on Tuesday, and in no way represents any opinion but my own:

Govenor
Barrett 44%
Walker 56%

Senate
Feingold 51%
Johnson 49%

House District #1
Ryan 65%
Heckelively 35%

State Senate
Lehmann 48%
Waanngard 52%

State Assembly 61
Turner 60%
Meyer 40%

State Assembly 62 (I really hope I'm wrong on this one)
Mason 55%
Wright 45%

Total Senate
D - 55
R - 45

Total House
D 211
R 224

John Boehner named House Majority Leader.

What do you think?

Open Blog - Monday


Waaa!

Sunday, October 31, 2010

"Psychic" Octopus Dies in Germany



I hope you are not insulted by this, Madame Zoltar. The "psychic" tag is part of the AP's title for the video.

Or perhaps you are grieving? In any case, this is sad news.

Holiday Fun

Time for a little mental challenge.....


Can you name the most common Halloween costumes for kids and adults?





When you are finished, click on the link to see the most missed answers and find where you score on the bell curve..... mohoohaaaahaaaa!!


If you haven't heard of this website yet, it is a great time killer and can be lots of fun!