Foolishness since 2007

Foolishness since 2007
Foolishness since 2007

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Getting It Out Of My System

I see I can not quit.

Leah Torres, MD says it's OK to abort if the fetus does not have permission to live the Mother's uterus

Wednesday, January 16, 2019


Tell me what possible use is this design intended for?

I will never ever get the need for men to do this

Why do so many spankings take place in messy basements?

Saturday, January 12, 2019

We, As A Nation Ain't Happy

It seems to me that ain't no one happy - not individuals, not the Nation. I contend the root source of our collective unhappiness is that we now have two generations of voting age adults that have not received an education in the public schools. These are the people that have been flunking the questions that the Jay Leno's, et al have asked of the man in the street. Questions like who won the Civil War? What are the three branches of our government? If you can't answer basic questions about our nation, you can not feel any allegiance to our form of government. You are not happy with it. These are the people you see screaming in the streets about supposed injustices and now have been elected to Congress.

PS, the teachers are no more knowledgable, most cannot pass the test that all students are supposed to pass to graduate from high school. Thanks, teacher's union.

So that's my rant this week. Now I let's consider what was meant by "...the pursuit of happiness". The word of the week Eudaimonia

I'm reading "The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels" by Jon Meacham and wanted to share this quote with you.

"Until Philadelphia, the pursuit of happiness had never been granted such pride of place in a new scheme of human government—pride of place that put the governed, not the governors, at the center of the project. Reflecting on the sources of the thinking on which he drew to draft the Declaration, Jefferson credited “the elementary books of public right… Aristotle, Cicero, Locke.” 

To understand the Declaration, then, we have to start with Aristotle. Happiness, he wrote, is the end and the purpose of action—the whole point of life. It was an ultimate good, worth seeking for its own sake. Given the Aristotelian insight that man is a social creature whose life finds meaning in his relation to other human beings, Jeffersonian —the Greek word for happiness, which can also mean “flourishing”—evokes virtue, good conduct, and generous citizenship. Happiness in the ancient and American traditions is as much about the public weal as it is about an individual’s endorphins." [I had to look up weal. Take it as a case of redass]

From a man who knows what he is talking about on Higher Education.

Monday, January 7, 2019

School Girls

Spanking women dressed as schoolgirls is always popular with men. Second, a schoolgirl outfit is one of the top choices of women, even for those that never wore a uniform in school.

I think this classic drawing is from Mad magazine

I Love Fiesty

Saturday, January 5, 2019

I think I may hibernate

It's over. The socialists have won. The US will continue to slide downhill. I think I may hibernate. No use in beating a dead horse. 

The main Democratic goal will be investigating, not legislating. Then again, the country could do worse than policy gridlock, and it probably will.

The 2018 Democrats ran on no discernible agenda beyond rejecting Donald Trump. The animating purpose of Congress will be investigations to damage and impeach the President.

Trump will no doubt be impeached, but he will not be convicted. Charges? They don't need anything of substance. He is breathing. That's good enough.

To be fair, I see no Rep that is offering anything but resistance, futile as it must be.


How about some more infrastructure spending, like BHO and Aunt Sally did in 2010?

Here's what you will get

• $25 billion for “resiliency programs,” with potential line items such as “habitat restoration,” “oil spill research” and “baseline data collection on the effects of sea level rise.”
• $40 billion in “direct federal funding to connect all of America to affordable high speed internet.” (Speeds must be adequate, the proposal says, to meet “modern challenges” like “completing homework assignments.”)
• $25 billion for mass-transit grants “to build or expand subway, light rail, commuter rail, streetcar and bus rapid transit.” Liberals love these projects, though they often turn into boondoggles, like the DC Streetcar. Think of this as a bailout for California’s over-budget bullet train.
• $3 billion for “charging and refueling” stations to accommodate electric cars and other green vehicles. “Without a reliable coast-to-coast network for zero emission and alternative fuel vehicles, lack of consumer confidence will limit adoption,” the plan says.
• Unspecified funds for “locally driven initiatives to preserve and expand affordable housing.”
• A tax credit of “up to $1 per gallon” for production of “clean transportation fuel.”
• A tax credit of 2.3 cents per kilowatt-hour for “clean electricity” production.


OK, I can't shut up. Neither can Trump. I wish Malania would take his phone and put a ball gag in his mouth. Between his rants and tweets, he has gotten some worthwhile things done.

Aligning U.S. corporate taxes with those of global competitors, strip out excessive regulations, crack down on China's unfair trade practices, reforming criminal justice and to appoint conservative judges."