Friday, August 22, 2008

When do the Olympics get over?

Not soon enough.

I am so sick of watching women athletes in prime time - who cares? Unless it's beach volleyball of course. But why is the coverage always focused on the women doing the sports - where is the stuff men want to watch? Even the rowing focused more on the women. And I never saw any wrestling either.
Unless you're a dad - most guys don't want to watch women's sports. I think we men are getting squeezed out by the feminist agenda. Notice how the women are always doing the driving in car commercials and dad is tending the kids? And in most TV ads the dad is always made to look dumb about everything, or takes on feminine characteristics, while the woman is the kick-boxing champ of the world and the major bread-winner.
Men are being castrated by the media.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Mr. Frosty Smooth!

I have put on weight and that is why I'm not hanging out with people these days.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008




Once upon a time...

There was a little black and white cat who visited my yard to look for critters to eat. My house was well known to all the cats in the neighborhood as a sort of game refuge for wild rabbits, moles, and chipmunks and mice and squirrels and tons of birds. They also knew two spinster cats lived here, and always wanted to get a glimpse of them. One day, the little black and white cat came up to the door to where the dowager cats were lounging, and the the ladies started hissing and growling at the intruder, and he ran off.

Then I began to notice that the wild rabbits were eating my clematis, and the squirrels and chipmunks and moles were eating my zucchini and tomatoes and eggplants. I confess I was very disappointed in the critters. Until I noticed the little black and white cat, whom I began to call Snagglepuss, lounging on my front steps - laying in wait for a snack. It was then that I decided I can have an outdoor visitor cat, who enjoys working in the yard; and two indoor spinster cats - who do nothing but eat and sleep anyway.

The End.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

Best in Show

"I woke up - I was so glad!" Actually that never happened.

Ellen gets married again - or is it the first time?

Ellen weds the beautiful Portia...
At home - the wedding was at home. People can do pretty much whatever they want at home. For instance, my dad never beat up my mother in public, but did so at home. Of course, same sex couples can get married in California. I think you can do pretty much anything in California.
I may be wrong, but I thought Ellen wed Anne Heche as well? And then Anne was found wandering into other people's homes or something. I never really liked Anne. Portia is prettier.


Ellen is so funny. Cute too. Portia is beautiful though.