Sunday, May 28, 2017

The Simpsons wade into the Trump/Comey controversy.

I swear I am not sure we have needed humor in our lives more since the Great Depression.


  1. Anonymous4:13 AM

    Researching ESPIONAGE .......most recent was "Operation Snow White" Yep the cult of scientology, espionage and crime against America. It is an interesting example of the continued scam of "Scientology" and "Espionage" occurring in our country today. And it is high time we put an end to it. The operatives, the fleecing of money, the lies and moles. The con artist and crimes. Expose them, shame them, arrest them, and end this outrageous attack on democracy.

    1. Anonymous5:30 AM

      I don't know if it's apathy or an utter sense of helplessness on my part, but they'll just keep getting away with it while you or I would be strung up by our toenails for the same crimes.

    2. Anonymous9:31 AM

      5:30 -- For me, it is mental -- the drip, drip, drip of utter hypocrisy, loss of the importance of honor & truth, treason, cheating and lying at the top legitimizing it all the way down to the POS that knifed 3 people (killing 2) in Portland yesterday -- an America headed for disaster, blood, civil war... and a world heading for annihilation.
      But -- a dystopia we cannot allow ourselves to get used to: FIGHT, RESIST -- f**king VOTE (this time).

    3. Anonymous10:33 AM

      Welcome to Hell peoples.

  2. Anonymous6:34 AM

    Today is about budget. Stop paying those who aren't really disabled. Why take away, just have people do their jobs, work and watch disable people. You see it everyday some normal healthy person walking into walmart from handicapped parking not one disable gets out of vehicle.
    I am healthy and have to at times drop my disable family to stores. Yep i feel bad but they need assistance at times.
    Yes some people take advantage. Why not go after those cheaters.
    All crappy.

    1. Anonymous10:36 AM

      An Elder once said don't buy gas for a week. Hmm.

      That might slow em down.

    2. Anonymous11:01 AM

      Not all disabilities are obvious. It's very hard to get a happicapped parking plate or mirror placard. I watched my mother jump through those hoops and she WAS visibly disabled. If I learned anything during her illness it was, you never know what a person is going through.

    3. You can't always see the disability.

      My mother has bad knees and has had two back operations. She looks pretty normal going from the car to the store but she needs the little electric carts to go around and actually shop. Sometimes she brings her cane. Sometimes she's feeling good and leaves it behind.

      Plenty of people have heart problems that don't show but they are handicapped too.

      Not saying there isn't abuse. Just that sometimes it isn't that apparent.

    4. Paul in Minnesota7:42 PM

      I don't like when people seem to judge who should park where or not.

      I will drop off my disabled Mom who uses a walker and then go back and park in the handicapped space. If someone is watching who is walking out of the handicapped parking space, gasp, it's me; one who can walk. I push my Mom back to the space in her walker at restaurants. If I'm at a grocery store, it means I don't have to park 2 miles away (kidding, 1 mile away) and I can pick my Mom up easier. So I try to not judge everyone in that spot. For many of us caregivers, it saves our sanity having that spot to help our parents do errands.

      Yet I do get pissed when I see someone park in a handicapped spot and they don't have a handicapped placard on display or plates. That does piss me off. As it means someone legitimately handicapped cannot use that space.


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