Yesterday, one of my friends posted this on Facebook: “Do all Viagra reps look like retired strippers, or just the one at my Dr’s office?” I thought she was just posting a one-liner. I was wrong.
Hey! Where is my double shot of Espresso? Photo credit: Unknown
Last night when I posted about the protests at the Westminster, I also included the image below which has the blurred out dog in the middle. The original image was not blurred out but featured a cute little puppy. Today, I received an email from a very kind […]
Ewwwww…. I am still making a “scrunchy” face and shuddering over watching this three-minute documentary from National Geographic on cockroaches and their mating ritual. However, it was something I did not know and most definitely had not witnessed up close and personal – so I found it actually […]
President Obama moved to contain a growing political crisis Friday by altering a new birth control rule that had angered Catholics and ignited a debate across the political spectrum about the bounds of religious freedom.
It is just now over one year since Wisconsin State Governor Scott Walker introduced a bill to virtually eliminate collective bargaining for public labor unions, and who required state- and local-government employees to begin paying into their own pension accounts. For this, Walker faces an almost certain recall […]
Love of beauty is taste. The creation of beauty is art. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson Photo source: Unknown
Quite a bit of activity today at the Westminster Dog Show which included more than your usual brushing, blowing, pampering and pooping of the dogs. First, though, the winner of Best in Show was the Toy Group winner, a Pekingese: Ch Palacegarden Malachy. My house mate, Lyn, was […]
The men’s restroom in the recently opened Rolling Stones museum in Lüchow, Germany, features Mick Jagger’s famous lips-shaped urinals. I am sure most men find them “relieving,” however some women do not. Since the urinals do not include the tongue, some women are offended and see the urinals […]
Saint Valentine’s Day, often simply Valentine’s Day, is a holiday observed on February 14 honoring one or more early Christian martyrs named Valentinus. It was first established by Pope Gelasius I in 496 AD, and was later deleted from the General Roman Calendar of saints in 1969 by […]