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virgosignonline today!

The Virgosign on a typo

A bit on the lighter side of life today. Do you kick yourself when you message anybody and message goes out with a typo ? Or worse, you write if well and the internal autocorrect programme changes a word and so the whole message might look ridiculous? Fear not you’re not alone. Cathay Pacific Airlines of Hong Kong took delivery of a recently newly painted aircraft with their new livery. And the painter did a boo boo. Was it a typo or a deliberate advertising attention grabber sort of typo? They spelt it CATHAY PACIIC.
And I’m agreeing with that somebody who tweeted “the F got *ucking lost”.
See, it happens to all of us. Go *igure huh !
Peace cool
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JimNasticsonline today!

The most unethical president

Today in the Washington Post;

Clearly, anyone who still supports Trump lacks ethics at historicly low levels.
It's good that they vocally identify themselves. It makes weeding out the untrustworthy
that much easier.
head banger
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UnFayzedonline today!

Where's the Rogue

Enquiring minds want to know.

I'm jonesing - need a fix please
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Arthur_Sixpenceonline today!

Bingo, Harry and Me...

I am a certifiable nut case where my dogs are concerned... With the kids grown up and being far more adult than I am, I'm reflecting (yummy new buzzword) on how I interact with two of the dumbest, smelliest quadrapeds on the west coast of Ireland... Now I should say, I'm not in the habit of sniffing dogs, in the way they are keen on sniffing us, but occasionally, 'one gets a waft' of something wicked that this way has come..and fox pooh is to my dogs what Armani gio was to my lady of esteem many years ago... I loved gio, I don't like fox pooh, and I like it even less at 11.30pm when I'm pajama'd and 'ready for beddy', the timing is impeccable, and the choice of weather calculated to cause the most mental distress... And yet I love them, fat bones and thin bones...
You've got dogs yes?, you can't help calling them by their 'other names'?, please God don't let me be heard in public calling "bingo bango bongo bungo bingo bango bear" or "who do the voodoo like the Harry Babaloo do"...and this is only scratching the surface, Woolybear, Tummy Cooper, Bellyphant / Bellyphantus (spoken as a gregorian chant), Wooly Bavler, Haggy Beau Winkle...but dammit, the tails wag and the front feet bounce like half a tigger, they're happy, and I count my blessing that these smelly, farting, lazy couch potato reprobates are in my life...constant companions for me and each other, useless as rat catchers, bearly passing muster as guard dogs, but as much characters as very young children... I can't imagine a life without dogs, but at the same time I can't imagine their life without me...and as I make my journey up the downstair it's going to be a bit of soul searching once I say goodbye to the big fella... I don't want Harry to be alone, but neither do I want a pup or young dog considering the life commitment involved...maybe the next stage will be fostering or looking after seniors... Dogs deserve the best version of ourselves, and that makes us better people by default... A house with animals is a happy house....but keeping bears, they can kill you, careful now with bears...
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Willy3411online today!

Did Kavanaugh Accuser Send SAME Letter About Gorsuch

Tsk Tsk Tsk Tsk Democrats. Caught ya !!!!

Let’s face it, the Democrats pick bad poster children.
Michael Brown, Jr is the face of the Black Lives Matter movement. And Hillary Clinton ,the wife of a rapist appears to be the mother of the modern-day Women’s Movement. Porn star Stormy Daniels heads up the #MeToo movement, while her porn attorney plans for a presidential run on the Democratic ticket.

And now they have a new poster child, this one part of the plot to bring down men. Professor Christine Blasey Ford finally came forward as “anonymous” to accuse Judge Brett Kavanaugh of s*xual assault 36 years ago, when she was 15 and he 17.

Interestingly, you can’t provide details except to say the event happened at a party. Based on an interview by her attorney, there were 4 boys (including Kavanaugh), and two girls. For me, this constitutes more of a get-together than a party.

Her attorney said that it was investigators’ duty to get the particulars. While I can’t remember who was at the last party I attended three months ago, the #MeToo frauds expect a man to recall a party he supposedly attended 36 years ago, where he may have felt up a 15-year old h*rny girl.

Oh hell yes, she was h*rny. And don’t try to pull the sanctimonious feminist bullshit. If anything happened, it was likely the 15-year old girl wanting to impress the 17-year old, and not the other way around.

Ford has this and a host of other issues that don’t pass the smell test for this former h*rny teenager, however there may be more pertinent news.

According to this tweet, Ford may have sent the same letter about s*xual abuse about Gorsuch?

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LargeCurvesonline today!

International Talk like a Pirate Day

Arrrrgggghhhhh. Ahoy Matey! Avast ye(pay attention.) Get off the poop deck and show me ya know how to talk like a pirate.

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Harbalonline today!

According to the Book of Proverbs

There’s a storm in my teacup where there should be only tea

In my works there is a spanner where a spanner shouldn’t be

In my ointment there’s a fly that seems determined to burst my bubble

And if I said what’s in my wood pile I would really be in trouble

I have a flea in my ear and in my bonnet there’s a bee

I don’t know why all of this bad stuff keeps on happening to me

My horse has done a runner cause my stable door won’t shut

And then last night I saw a shooting star but it shot me in the foot

I have no luck with money, and even less with women

And when the tides against me, it’s always when I’m swimming

Whenever I get going, it’s always against the grain

And whenever I am making hay, it’s always in the rain

When I look to my horizon, it’s always overcast

And when I think about the good things in life, they’re always in the past

I would like, just once, to see a sight that’s fit for sore eyes

I’d like, for once, the unexpected not to be an unwelcome surprise

I’ll probably end up barking mad, but no doubt up the wrong tree

I won’t reach out my hand for the birds in the bush, cause they’re both avoiding me

If fortune refuses to smile on me, so what, I’ll manage without it

And it’s not such a bad life, really, when I come to think about it
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daniela777online today!

The Times They Are A-Changing

For many years now the Spanish have been criticised for their ill-treatment of animals (bullfighting, circuses etc.) and the official answer to this has always been: "It´s our tradition and our culture". scold

However, one part of Spain (Catalonia) has banned bullfighting, and now protests against it have started in other parts of Spain. peace

Perhaps now the age of enlightenment has finally reached Spain?
thumbs up angel2
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chatilliononline today!

Different roads: Some take longer...

I was formulating a blog the other day and wrote on a 'sticky note' the speed or length of different roads in life and not necessarily ones you drive cars on.

Always it seems the good ones take longer.
In health it's a long road to recovery.
Hard road to achieve a goal of a good education.
The uphill road to financial success.

Inversely... it's a highway to Hell.
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mollybabyonline today!

Aesop & his Fables

Fables are fictional stories using humans, animals and inanimate objects to illustrate a moral lesson to the reader. They are generally written for children, but their moral is relevant to adults just as much.
Aesop, an ancient Greek, was particularly good at getting the message across using this type of style.
One of my favourites, as it is very relevant in modern times as much as in ancient Greece is The boy who Cried Wolf. If you don’t already know the story (or even if you do), I hope you enjoy it bouquet

The Boy Who Cried Wolf
There once was a shepherd boy who was bored as he sat on the hillside watching the village sheep. To amuse himself he took a great breath and sang out, "Wolf! Wolf! The Wolf is chasing the sheep!"
The villagers came running up the hill to help the boy drive the wolf away. But when they arrived at the top of the hill, they found no wolf. The boy laughed at the sight of their angry faces.
"Don't cry 'wolf', shepherd boy," said the villagers, "when there's no wolf!" They went grumbling back down the hill.
Later, the boy sang out again, "Wolf! Wolf! The wolf is chasing the sheep!" To his naughty delight, he watched the villagers run up the hill to help him drive the wolf away.
When the villagers saw no wolf they sternly said, "Save your frightened song for when there is really something wrong! Don't cry 'wolf' when there is NO wolf!"
But the boy just grinned and watched them go grumbling down the hill once more.
Later, he saw a REAL wolf prowling about his flock. Alarmed, he leaped to his feet and sang out as loudly as he could, "Wolf! Wolf!"
But the villagers thought he was trying to fool them again, and so they didn't come.
At sunset, everyone wondered why the shepherd boy hadn't returned to the village with their sheep. They went up the hill to find the boy. They found him weeping.
"There really was a wolf here! The flock has scattered! I cried out, "Wolf!" Why didn't you come?"
An old man tried to comfort the boy as they walked back to the village.
"We'll help you look for the lost sheep in the morning," he said, putting his arm around the youth, "Nobody believes a liar...even when he is telling the truth!
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