The Final Monday in the Final Month Caesar † † July and August are named for Julius and Augustus Caesar respectively There was a federal raid on Dairy Queen in South Carolina as a response to complaints alleging that HUMAN MEAT was being sold to customers. This should be no surprise in our current cultural state Read more about Monday Finds : Dairy Queen Human Burgers?[…]
The entire point of the Bill of Rights was to make a simple list of rules that represent our values as a society. Since their writing, it appears to me that by any means necessary, those freedoms have been slowly taken away, inch by inch, by those that would want a less free society that enables them to increase their personal power, population control, and maintain that power. And they tax LeBron James at the same rate as someone making 130k. This ensures no-one joins the club.
Just one piece in the government waste puzzle.
As more body-cam footage is released, why doesn’t anyone get shot in the leg?
These are my favorite songs for work production in May Comment your top 5 below and tell me why you hate one of the songs, love them, and despise my list. Give us your top 5, and we will publish it. In no particular order, Here it goes. Terry Reid’s Seed of Memory Read more about The RavenousJim Top 5 Music List for May[…]
History and the Creation of Culture Regardless of where you were born, it’s likely that you think that you believe your country is the greatest place in the world, Maybe not… I do know that Americans feel this way. I feel this way. If Whitney Houston sang the national anthem and Lincoln gave the Gettysburg Read more about Memorial Day: An Elegy[…]
Happiness is a choice, but not an easy one.
Skanking it Easy Terrorist attacks went down worldwide. I know this contradicts the fear mongers in the media, but numbers don’t lie. The numbers on attacks an fatalities were down 33.2 percent. Please don’t tell the president or he will tweet about it and take credit for it all coked up at 4 a.m. Read more about Weekend Waves (Low Tide)[…]
Time: It’s Now All the Time Do we really know what year it is? Until the Roman Empire started the Julian calendar added both July and August to honor Julius and Augustus Ceasar, the calendar only had 10 months. If you ever learned to count to ten in a romance language, December’s root in the Read more about Time Time Time Time Time[…]