Friday, April 21, 2017

"Would you pay $1.3 million for a flying car?"

, USA TODAY Published 3:27 p.m. ET April 20, 2017 | Updated 5 hours ago

"MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. Being stuck in traffic sucks--so how much would you pay to put wings on your car and fly right off the freeway and off to work?

"A Slovakian company named AeroMobil says it will start taking pre-orders on its flying car, one that could be available in less than 3 years. However it's not cheap--it will only cost you around $1.3 million to buy."

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If I had the money, I would most definitely buy one of these.  Just for the hell of it.

Four for Fridays!

We made it home Tuesday night and we had a great time with our families. It just seemed like time flew by while we were up north. It is nice to come home after visiting the families. The only thing I miss is it is so nice and quiet up there and being around family.

Here are your questions-

1) Have you ever went away and then came home and want to go back were you where?

2) Do you feel like when you come home from a vacation you just don't want to do anything?

3) When you come home from a vacation do you unpack your things right away?

4) When was the last vacation you went on?

Open Blog - Friday

God bless Friday and cursive handwriting.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

"Top 10 Movie Shootouts of All Time"

"North Korea: 'Super-mighty pre-emptive strike' will reduce US to ashes"


"North Korean state media threatened to launch a "super-mighty pre-emptive strike' that would reduce South Korea and the United states 'to ashes.' 

"The Rodong Sinmun, the official newspaper for North Korea's ruling Worker's Party, wrote, 'In the case of our super-mighty pre-emptive strike being launched, it will completely and immediately wipe out not only U.S. imperialists' invasion forces in South Korea and its surrounding areas but the U.S. mainland and reduce them to ashes,' according to Reuters. The rogue nation also claimed the U.S. and its allies 'should not mess with us.'"

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Wow.  A "super-mighty pre-emptive strike."  Don't they know we have the Justice League here and Batman and Superman, etc?  Our scientists have already developed a "super-duper Mighty Mouse post nasal spare" that will reduce Kim Jong-un's state to joy and dancing in the streets.  Watch out, Lil' Kim.  Poke the bear one too many times and it will tear your arm off.

Open Blog - Thursday

At first I thought that was a guitar pick.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

"Spy Drones Expose Smithfield Foods Factory Farms"

I don't want to know any more about our food processing methods.  It makes me sick.

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hi everybody.  Sorry this is so late, but I got caught up in household matters.  The temperature has dropped considerably since yesterday, but it's still pretty nice out.  Tomorrow is supposed to be very warm and then we go into yo-yo mode again.  Up and down, up and down. It's still better than snow.  I hope we've seen the last of that for this yeart, but you never know.

Have you seen these articles? and

I swear that Mr. Mayor Shit-Head is out to destroy Racine in any way possible.  He pisses on local firms while hiring criminals from out of state.  I think the best we can hope for is an assasination atempt on Mr. Mayor Shit-Head.  Even if it fails, it might make Mayor Shit-Head think.  People out here are getting very tired of the criminal acts of our Mayor, and serious talk of how to best replace him is taking place.  Racine can't wait for Dickert to quit (and be replaced by another hand-picked criminal).  We need him and all of his acomplices out of town NOW.  Ex-alderman Jim Kaplan has turned and is now preaching an end to Dickert's reign of terror over the Common Council and the people of Racine.

So there.

On a more domestic note, Junior was sent home with a note asking me to call his school adviser.  I did and she was of the opinion that Junior might be helped by psychiatric treatment.  Wanting only the best for my child, I contacted Mr. OrbsCorbs about who he thought was the best fit for Junior.  Unfortunately, he told me there was a psychiatric shortage in southeastern Wisconsin, but Junior would probably see a juvenile psychiatrist.  Mr. OrbsCorbs didn't know any of these. So I went by my doctor's recommendation and took Junior to Dr. Reed, kiddie shrink.  After talking to junior for just five minutes, the shrink hand him  labeled with six or seven syndromes and maladies.  He authorized a mess of prescriptions for Junior.

After talking with Junior, we've decided to forget the medications and maybe forget the shrink, too.  He said the shrink was horrified by what he had to say.  He also called Junior "a danger to others and himself."  Before he could call the nut ward to chapter Junior, I filled his mind with thoughts of nude women while we scooted out of there.

The best therapy is love, family, and friends.  We can give Junior all that, so why worry.  A lot of us had trouble with adolescence, but pulled through.  I'm sure Junior will, too.

Thank you, my friends, for reading my blog today.  I hope you enjoyed it.  I do so love taking Mr. Mayor Shit-Head to task.  Lying prick.  I hope you continue to read future blogs.

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"City's Milwaukee PR choice frustrates local companies"

"RACINE — City officials’ decision to contract with a Milwaukee firm for an $80,000 communications contract has caused a stir locally.

"'I know the mayor, and I know a lot of the people that work for the city and I’m very plugged in,' said Paige Weslaski, who works for Image Management, 610 Main St. 'We’re literally right down the street from City Hall. I feel a lot more plugged in than someone in Milwaukee would be.'

"Weslaski isn’t the only local PR professional frustrated with the city’s decision, which awarded Branigan Communications an $80,000 contact to create a consistent development message for the city, including a website redesign.

"Alan Bagg, who owns Corporate Images, 417 Sixth St., offered a stronger reaction to the city’s decision.

'It’s not the first time we’ve been passed over,' Bagg said. 'It’s always a slap in the face when we’re working hard in Racine and the city government snubs us and basically assumes we’re not up to the challenge.'

"City Development Director Amy Connolly said she interviewed Racine firms for the project, although she wouldn’t say which ones or how many out of respect to the firms.  [ Ed. note: A lie.]

"Company representatives with Image Management, Corporate Imaging and Design Partners, 338 Main St., said they were not contacted by Connolly or the city about the project beforehand.

"Connolly said she chose Branigan because of its significant development [Ed. note: and kickback] experience, which includes promotion of the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee.

"'We need to do a better job of communicating with the public about what we’re doing with economic development,' Connolly said. 'We wanted to hire the best candidate for the job and we felt that was Branigan.'

‘Broader strategy’

"Connolly added that the scope of the project extends beyond just the event center (arena) project and entails a 'broader' communication strategy that Branigan’s experience showed it could handle. Connolly also wanted to use a company that could promote Racine development throughout the region.

"Image Management, Corporate Imaging and Design Partners all have done work Downtown and with the city. That includes Image Management’s work on websites for city-affiliated organizations such as the Racine Zoo and the Racine Public Library and Corporate Imaging’s two decades of running marketing for the Belle Urban System, a project that was also recently moved to a Milwaukee firm, 2 Story.

"Design Partners has done pro bono work for the Downtown Racine Corp. and the Racine Community Foundation.

"'They don’t have to go out for bids on some of this stuff, but it’s lousy leadership for the city to behave in this way,' Bagg said. 'This is not sitting well with people. When $80,000 goes to Milwaukee, you know darn well that it’s not going to be spent back here.'"

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The criminal Amy Connolly is setting up things for her move to Milwaukee.  This is just incredible.  I can't believe the number of criminals and those under investigation who are taking part in this.  The entire affair is felonious.  It will take us decades to pay for the Dickert/Connolly fiascoes.

Open Blog - Wednesday

What can we do for you?

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

"Kumbalek World"

From The Shepherd Express:

By Art Kumbalek  2 hours ago

I’m Art Kumbalek and man oh manischewitz what a world, ain’a? So listen, I’ve been called away this week on account of a very exciting opportunity, you bet. I’ve been asked to audition for a shot at becoming an iconic figure to young and old—a role I always figured to be more or less inevitable, sooner or later, kind of, what the fock.

This offer was made to me because apparently there’s been some trouble at a theme park down there in the Sunshine State. I’m not at liberty to name the park, but just between me and you’s, let me tell you I heard that Donald Duck’s addicted to quack and has taken to showing up for work completely naked instead of only pants-less. Also, I’ve heard the Mouse is going through an ugly divorce that has wreaked havoc as well as dicked with the delicate character-chemistry so necessary to maintain a successful magical mechanism bonded by fantastical animism and the wishful dream to stupendously lighten the vacationer’s wallet, makes no difference who you are.

A friend of mine down there told me that at a recent divorce hearing, the Mouse was trying to convince a judge to grant him a divorce from the Mrs. The judge at one point said, “I’m sorry, Mickey. But your claim that Minnie is crazy is not sufficient ground upon which I can grant a divorce.” Mickey sought to clarify the situation, “Now just one cotton-picking minute by golly there, your honor. I didn’t say she was ‘crazy’—I said she was focking Goofy. And if you don’t grant me a divorce, then I’ll sue the pants off that dog for ‘alienation of affection,’ I kid you not.”

Boy-oh, that sure doesn’t sound good, ain’a?

Anyways, I got to run. But like they say, it’s a small world, so I’m sure I’ll see you around ’cause I’m Art Kumbalek and I told you so.

Open Blog - Tuesday

24 years, one day at a time.
I thank God and Alcoholics Anonymous.

Monday, April 17, 2017

I feel sorry for this kid.

He's about to walk into a 55-year thick wall of fighting, drinking, and madness.  His crime?  Being born.

Open Blog - Monday

We'll see about how much fun it is.