Posted by: Gregoryno6 | August 21, 2019

It’s not the city of angels any more.

Thank you for coming out today to the City of Angels, but unfortunately it has become the City of Rats…

So said Konstantinos Roditis, the Vice Chairman of Reform California, who recently released the results of a study.

The study  surveyed nearly two dozen private pest control companies that operate throughout California and found all of them reported that Rat Service Requests were up as much as 60% in the last 12 months. Not a single company reported that service requests were down or in line with
the previous year, according to the report.

Coming soon to a California highway near you:

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Posted by: Gregoryno6 | August 20, 2019

When did television stop being this weird?

More importantly, why?

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | August 20, 2019

This post needs more cheerleaders.

Done. Hit it, girls.

Pew! Pew!
Telling you!
Something you already knew!

Peter Fonda has just shown them how it’s done.

 

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | August 17, 2019

Adjustment of plans.

We had Epstein collusion all set to slide in and replace Russian collusion. But then damn, that picture of Bill in a dress…
Change of program, folks. White nationalism/supremacy/something through to November next year.

The suicide of Jeffrey Epstein, globetrotting pedophile and procurer for the rich and famous, surprised nobody. The same can’t be said about his art collection.

Jeffrey Epstein had an oil painting of Bill Clinton in a blue dress — lounging on a chair in the Oval Office — hanging up in his Manhattan townhouse, according to law enforcement sources.

What is there to say? Except…

 

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | August 15, 2019

Sydney knife attack: the authorities respond.

Or not – Lord Mayor Clover Moore has been strangely quiet so far. Honestly, I was expecting that she would have declared a ban on chairs and milk crates within minutes of the knife swinger being captured.

These items are tools of violence and oppression and should not be freely available. If you live within the boundaries of the City of Sydney and you possess either a chair or a milk crate, you will surrender them under my new Safer Sydney Strategy.

Okay, that’s just satire. But Clover insists that the Lindt cafe siege of 2014 wasn’t a terrorist event, so I’m not exactly stretching the boundaries here.

Perhaps she decided to leave the police to make the absurd public announcements. They’re still insisting that there is no terror-related aspect to the madman’s spree. Apparently he was shouting Babaloo’s Snackbar! Oh, well, that’s all right then. Instead of assaulting him with common everyday items, those gentlemen should have given him directions. Or even called him an Uber.

Overall though, the official response seems rather muted this time. Maybe, just maybe, the folks at the top realise the potential to look extremely foolish.

Their relative silence may owe something to the swift actions of assorted online comedians.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | August 13, 2019

The death of Jeffrey Epstein, explained.

He smuggled the bedsheet in by shoving it up you know where. Cavity searches aren’t what they used to be.

But while you’re here, check out this item by Sargon of Akkad.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | August 12, 2019

An old phrase needs amending.

Back in the day, Women’s Libbers told us women can do anything men can do.

In 2019 that platitude needs to be updated:
Women can do anything men can do, but they can’t do it as well as men pretending to be women.

Take a bow, Cricket Australia.

Not that you’re alone in this idiocy.

Posted by: Gregoryno6 | August 12, 2019

I hate to spoil anyone’s dreams ever, but…

Bill Maher wants a recession.

“I really do,” Maher responded. “We have survived many recessions. We can’t survive another Donald Trump term.”

What if the US got the recession you yearn for, Bill, and re-elected Trump anyway?

What if Trump+recession still looked better than the absolute cluelessness of the Democrats?

Oh, how could I even SAY such a thing… there there, dear. There, there.

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