Friday, June 7, 2013

My Favorite Commercial

This is my favorite commercial.  I giggle my ass off every time it see.  Just love the way the baby Jap Slaps mommy right in the forehead....

Four for Fridays

Hello my fellow Irregulars! Welcome back to another exciting episode of Four for Fridays! Sorry for a late start, I just started my vacation. So what is a better way to start a vacation than sleeping in? Anyways, your questions...

1) What do you do when you can not sleep?

2) When it comes to money are you conservative or liberal?

3) Did you have an imaginary friend as a child?

4) What piece of technology do wish you understood better?

Enjoy your weekend!

Open Blog - Friday

Friday is freedom.

Thursday, June 6, 2013

"The JET Bicycle - The most dangerours unsafe bike EVER"

Now I want one.

performance-enhancing drugs

For the Olympics I believe it would be wrong for athletes to use performance-enhancing drugs.

When it comes to personal life and being a professional athlete, aren’t you suppose to “be all you can be”?

You go to school/college to enrich your brain to get a better job, what is wrong with using a drug to make your body stronger?

Open Blog - Thursday

Flower power!

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

"We Are Racine Advocacy Community Center Opens Its Doors!"


"Except for hanging a few pictures and doing some computer testing the We Are Racine Advocacy Community Center is up and running. Thank you to all the dedicated volunteers and supporters who have made this possible. We are located at 2432 Jacato #9. We will be doing the summer lunch program for school aged children, employment help, educational classes, health information classes after school drop in hours. This is all made possible by the people of Racine.

"We will start operating at full capacity early next week and will hold an open house at a later date. For more information on 'We Are Racine' and to find out how you can help visit We Are Racine "

Read more and see photos:

Congratulations to everyone involved.  It's amazing what can be accomplished when people pull together.  You have brought hope to a once hopeless neighborhood.  Thank you.

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my friends and lovers!  How are you?  It’s so nice to see you again.  I don’t know where the Sheriff got that gibberish about the Caribbean and a cabin boy.  Is that “creative” reporting?  I was sick as a dog.  The closest I came to the Caribbean was to puke in that direction.  My “cabin boy” was Junior fetching my meds and bringing me food and drink.  Oh my.

The spring plant growth this year is particularly lush because of the rain.  The soil can be too wet to work with.  If we can maintain this kind of moisture, we might have a bumper crop of everything.  More likely, though, is that we’ll have an “average” year.  Just ask a farmer.

The moisture has been accompanied by cool temperatures.  Some of Racine’s premier outdoor party events have been hampered by the chill.  I was talking to a friend and she said that she remembers a 4th of July where everyone wore jackets to the parade.  That kind of cold can stunt plant growth.  We don’t have to worry about that, yet.

Ms. Mary, and everyone else in Oklahoma, you have my condolences and sympathy.  I’ve often heard of your “tornado alley,” but the recent storms were the first I’ve seen of such intensity.  Oh my, oh my.

I’m so looking forward to the JTI party at Beejay’s house.  I will appear this time.  Really.  I mean it.  No, really.

From the videos out there on the net, it looks like Racine’s Common Council is more or less at war with itself.  It’s nasty to cut off someone’s microphone as they speak at a council meeting.  It takes quite a degree of chutzpa to ignore the rules and push through a personal agenda.  No one trusts anyone else and the electorate is left holding the bag.  If we’re going to worry about how Racine appears to the rest of the world, clean up local government first.  No one is going to believe PR about Racine when they can visit YouTube and watch our “representatives” in action.  Oh my, oh my, oh my.

Finally, I want to say Happy Birthday to the JT Irregulars.  I started channeling Mr. OrbsCorbs unintentionally.  He had been banned from the Journal Times site once again. I was the only way he could get through.  I’m glad now with the way things turned out. 
I’m also glad that you stopped by my blog today.  I especially missed you after a two week absence.  It’s great to see old, and new, friends.

What really happened in the “Caribbean?" 

The forecast calls for more cool and more rain.  Remember hot and dry?  Be careful what you pray for.  Have a wonderful week.  It might not be perfect outside, but at least it isn’t below zero.  Laconicum!

"Let's Talk About #2"

Charlie resents the name, "One Wipe Charlie."

Open Blog - Wednesday

That's what blogs are for.

Monday, June 3, 2013

Open Blog - Monday

The start of another work week.

Useless Information

Did you know:
In the United States alone, there are more then 5 billion dollars’ worth of women’s bras sold every year.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

I’m bitch’in or Complaining would be a better word.

I was reading an article in one of Madison’s newspapers, The Cap Times, about a group of Senators who are calling themselves the “Gang of Eight”.

An anti-human trafficking provision in the immigration bill would prevent foreign labor contractors from charging fees to the workers they bring in, and another provision would institute a new $500 fee per worker to help pay for stepped-up security on the Mexican border

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There are groups, business and non-profit businesses who do all the required paperwork for the students to get into the United States at the tune of $1,500.00 a kid, NOW this Gang of Eight, wants to add another $500.00 to the tab!  Why for, stepped-up security on the Mexican border.  ARE YOU KIDDING ME!  We have thousands of military personal we could bring back from across the pond and have them protect the border; we are already paying and feeding them, let them work here in the US.

There aren’t enough people to fill all the summer jobs in the Dells and driving from Madison is too costly for them at the wages they are paid, $8.50 to $9.00/hr.

The way I see it Dell’s business would have to operator at a reduced employee staff which is almost a bet the quality of service would go down the toilet.

To pay student more money to make it worthwhile to drive, for instants, from Madison to the Dells, you know that cost would be passed onto the visitors/vacationers.

With reduced services and higher costs of everything I do believe the quantity of visitors/vacationers will decline thus hurting businesses and the possibility of forcing them to close.

This “Gang of Eight”, they need to get a real job and a life!

Hotels in WI and MN

Biggie and I are up here roaming about. Went over to Winona, MN. Here is. Picture of a little added amenity