Friday, July 27, 2018

Trivia Friday

"Name the only US presidents NOT buried on US soil".

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha !


President Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star was smashed to pieces

One horcrux down, six more to go.

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Salt Licorice Ice Cream

In Finland, black licorice gets intensified with a hit of salty, stinging ammonium chloride. Tongue-numbing and herbal, the resulting candy is a popular treat. So popular, in fact, that summertime in Finland now means salt licorice ice cream.

Salt licorice ice cream comes in many forms: scoops, soft serve, and ice-cream bars. Fazer, a candy company, makes their ice cream bars in the same shape as their iconic salt licorice candy. While the sweet, salty ice cream itself is a deep gray, it's often covered in an inky-black coating. 

full article at:

Of Course Donald Trump’s All-Caps Iran Tweet Has Become A Mocking Meme

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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Benedict Arnold Speaks Out


Fw: The Muppets Apocalypse

Alternate Apocalyptic Muppet Show Opening Themes


It's time to summon Cthulhu
And feel the Old God's might
It's time to end existence
On the Muppet Show tonight!
As the usual case, much gold by digging down the thread

Monday, July 16, 2018

Descriptive animal names


Tuesday, July 10, 2018

I changed the words a bit...

To the tune of "These are a Few of my Favorite Things."

Rap music blaring from big bass drum speakers,
Kids paying hundreds of dollars for sneakers.
Nine year olds covered with tattoos and bling,
These are a few of my least favorite things.

... also, Get Off My Lawn!

Sunday, July 01, 2018

The Journal of Constant Belcher: Belcher the Baris...

My friend Tim Abbott (1st NJ) writes a humor blog about his personal discovery of a diary by a Revolutionary War Soldier named "Constant Belcher."

The blog is similar to Peter Schickle's "discovery" of PDQ Bach's music. 

Tim begins with some true history to set the stage, then segues into Pvt Belcher and his humorous diary entries. 

Enjoy enjoy