Wednesday, February 6, 2019


I didn't watch it myself, but President Trump's SOTU speech seems to have been a corker.


Pssst! He's Spartacus.

(Courtesy of The American Spectator).

Why don't the leading Democrat office holders in Virginia just resign and start a minstrel show? BTW, why do these people still have jobs?

Wow. Don't want to miss that: ""Universal Orlando Has a New Naked Troll Character That Will Fart Glitter at You".

Julie Adams, RIP.


Gregoryno6 said...

Regarding the Occasionally Conscious one - the more she speaks, the more convinced I am that a few smart Republicans watched The Manchurian Candidate and said 'Hey, there's an idea.'
She's got to be the secret weapon of the conservatives!

bruce said...

Julie Adams was in The Rifleman, my Dad and me used to watch that together. The casting in that show was special to begin with, serious faces to fit the serious stories. I learned about life from it, honour, loyalty, trust, evil.

Paco said...

Bruce: And you have to admit, the way Chuck Connors whirled that rifle around was the ultimate in cool.

Deborah said...

Loved The Rifleman. We met Johnny Crawford years ago at a small gathering. He was wonderful warm, gracious man with a twinkle in his eye.

Deborah said...

Re: Naked Troll. Do the glitter farts come with a sound effect? Scent? How many "rounds" does he (?) have?

Imagine the auditions to be glitter farting naked Troll.

RebeccaH said...

Glitter is known among crafters as the STD of crafting. Get that crap on you or anywhere around you, and you will never get rid of it. If I ever had plans to visit Universal again, I think I'd probably get thrown out for threatening glitter-farting trolls with bodily harm.

Steve Skubinna said...

So that's why you relocated to the Carolinas... to be closer to Orlando.

Paco said...

No, the idea of going to Orlando more than once in my life is not appealing (done it already). Interestingly, some of my neighbors really like going down to the Disney World area, and one of them even bought a vacation condo down there. And it doesn't seem to be just because of the grandchildren, although that probably has something to do with it.

I can't relate. The expense, the lines, the crowds, the overpriced, indifferent food...not for this stick-in-the-mud.