I've also been told I have little tact, so if this offends you simply ride on.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Stripping to the sound of laughter

Well, today is my Sunday, for you it's Saturday, but it's the last day of my weekend and boy do I have a lot of things planned... well, that's not right, just one thing, actually, strip the boarder from my living room ceiling, however, since there is a total of about 70 linear square feet, I think the plural 'things' is appropriate.

And, while I'm stripping,  here are a couple of jollies to keep you laughing, I know they made me laugh.  First up, a video of that crazy cultist Steve Anderson getting very angry that the world is shutting him down.

Holy Crap, how much worse can this guy's whines get.  I laughed at the bit about scores of emails.  According to Webster a 'score is equal to 20', so basically he got about 40 emails, which is disappointing as hell.

And then Trump admitted Obama is a US citizen in like 4 sentences... and then blamed Clinton, and then he quickly built a wall around himself and refused to take any questions.  If you look at his eyes in the video you'll see he is just as pissed off as Steve Anderson.  I think he'd like to feed his ego by winning the election, but but doesn't really want to be president for 4 years because his businesses would suffer; he'd have to put everything into a blind trust.  You can't run your mega-corporations and be president.  Sure, he'll get a lot of votes, but he's giving the centrists and the leftists enough ammunition to keep him in check.

Finally, I went to see "Sully" last night.  I liked it... a lot... it's a really good feel good movie, I mean everybody knows how it ends.  I did wonder, however, if his wife is as totally self-centered as Laura Linney played her.  Tom Hanks was very, very good playing Sully.  I was glad to see that Eastwood focused most of the drama on the landing in the East River and not the behind the scenes issues with the NTSB.  And I was really glad to see Aaron Eckhart had a decent part for a change.  My only wish is that it would have started with him wearing only a towel in a steamy bathroom rather than Hanks.  Now that would have made it really jolly.

Where's the fur?

Well, it's off to the living room where I plan to strip to my heart's content.


  1. would that you were stripping clothes instead of wallpaper...I would pay good money to see that! at least it's a cool day!

    1. I should tell you, I am not cheap so keep those $20's and $50's where they might earn you some interest.