Having A Bad Day?

There are bad days and then there are really bad days. Some people claim they’re always positive and never have a bad day. They tell us they can’t be around negative people. They must live a charmed life with no problems. Some of us would refer to them as delusional. I certainly would. Definition of... Continue Reading →

The Evil Easter Bunny: A Disturbing Children’s Fairy Tale

The Easter Bunny community is up in arms. It seems that one of their offspring came out deformed. He doesn’t have the Easter Bunny generosity gene. He’s a renegade, a punk, a black sheep. It’s hard for the community to admit it, but one of their own is a selfish little brat, and won’t share... Continue Reading →

Bull Makes People Mad

See this bull? He was not a nice bull. He charged me and I literally had to jump back from the barrier. I was minding my own business and he didn’t know me from Adam. And still he charged me. He was a big bull so naturally he was full of bull. It was an... Continue Reading →

The Truth About Bears And Beer

Everyone knows that bears love picnic baskets, we’ve all seen the pictures. But a little known fact about bears is that they really love beer as well. Well who can blame them, it’s really good. They know that beer is a nutritious drink, the government has it at the top of their food pyramid along... Continue Reading →

Outsourced In America

The Little Piggy loved his family, loved his country, and had a good job. But times have changed. The Official American Pig has been outsourced. Yes, that’s right. That’s what I said, the Official American Pig has been outsourced. This poor little capitalist pig, is crying all the way home to tell his family, that... Continue Reading →

The Socialists Are Coming To Town

Well they came, they’re here, and it’s far worse than we thought it would be. Although anyone that could read the news, read his books, listen to his interviews before he was elected, or paid the slightest attention at all would have know what was coming. Rush Limbaugh was criticized for hoping he’d fail. Well... Continue Reading →

The Story of the Socialist Squirrel

There once was an old man, retired, with not too many interests. He played cards everyday, solitaire mostly. Sometimes he played rummy, but he usually cheated so it was difficult to get anyone to play with him. He’d go to the supermarket regularly and talk to ‘his girlfriends’. He was convinced they loved him. Sometimes... Continue Reading →

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