After checking 30 billion electronic messages, Microsoft researchers say the theory stands up By David Smith, technology correspondent for The Guardian Sat 2 Aug 2008 19.01 EDT My cmnt: Forget six feet of separation (the WHO says just three feet is fine) which is just another unverified claim by the Left along with face masks – how about […]Read More Just six degrees of separation between us
Another riddle: Why do certain species of thrush, especially robins and bluebirds, tend to be Protestant rather than Roman Catholic? Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Most futuristic novels seem out-of-date after a decade or two, but That Hideous Strength is more timely today than when the book was published in 1945. On the day I began to […]Read More Cryptic msg for étude Brute – 2
Try to guess the answer before consulting Scripture. What brave men fear but fools hold dear, and into life we bring it. What misers spend and poor men lend, and from this life we take it. What wise men need and death gives heed, and all the worlds sprang from it. (Answer: 1 Timothy 6:7)Read More Cryptic msg for étude Brute
Go to this site to see the rest of this adorable photo of this guy’s dog. It is remarkable.Read More The Dog in Question
Photos and names From EonLine – July 18, 2020 It always seems more tragic when the rich, the famous or the beautiful die young. We say, ‘She had so much to live for’ or ‘Such a pity to lose one so beautiful’ or ‘If I had his money I would have taken better care of […]Read More You’re never too young to die
Monday, June 29, 2020 – The UnNews on the Uncyclopedia My cmnt: this will be my only post from this website. Click the above link to be taken to the site and enjoy! I’m posting this to whet your appetite for more. Following a continuing string of television episodes and voice actor cancellations, episodes of […]Read More UnNews:The Big Bang Theory pulled for being nerd blackface
When the estimable Dr. Fauci was asked about having sex with total strangers during our so-called pandemic of coronavirus he smirked and said that it was up to the individual to decide how much ‘risk’ he or she was willing to take. What a douche-bag. STDs are a plague upon America and the most the […]Read More Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2018
From a blog by Michelle at KDD & co My cmnt: I’ve just included a couple prints from this blog to whet your interest in Marianne North’s paintings and her story told on Michelle’s blog. Well worth chk’g out. Hello, it’s Michelle here, with a post about Marianne North (1830–1890), a Victorian traveller and nature […]Read More Marianne North
Just wanted to note that I invented this pun in the 1960s when I was in high school. Since then it has been plagiarized multiple times by others. Another version is: If Lassie were depressed would she be melancholy? “My melancholy is the most faithful mistress I have known; what wonder then that I love […]Read More If Lassie were crossed with a cantaloupe would she be melancholy?
Adults almost never pretend to be married. Pretending to be married is usually the province of little girls. Men occasionally pretend not to be married by removing their wedding rings in out-of-town bars and female sales reps will do the same before attempting to peddle the latest pharmaceutical to a busy male doctor. For the record […]Read More How do you prove you are still married?
God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man destroys God. Man creates dinosaurs. Dinosaurs eat man. Woman inherits the earth. These words by Ian Malcolm and Ellie Sattler in Jurassic Park might now be applied to dogs. God creates man. Man replaces God. Man creates Dog. Dog replaces man. Dog inherits the house. […]Read More Are Dogs better than humans?
Madonna, the pop singer, not Madonna her namesake, famously sang that she is a material girl living in a material world. Which neatly sums up the difference between the two women and what lies at the root of our seemingly intractable political divide. Whatever institution tells us what is real, is the institution that gets […]Read More Madonna: two women, two worldviews