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20 Responses to FRYDAE funneeze

  1. Den says:

    “Today President Obama is in the Middle East. He met the new king of Saudi Arabia. Obama also met Saudi Arabia’s first lady, the second lady, third lady, and fourth lady.” –Conan O’Brien

    “In a speech today, President Obama said that Michelle Obama is very strong and talented and she frequently tells him that he is wrong. As a result, Michelle Obama is now the Republican front-runner for 2016.” –Conan O’Brien

    “President Obama said the small drone that flew over the White House fence yesterday could be bought at any RadioShack. After hearing this, the RadioShack CEO said, ‘I’m shocked to find out we still sell something people want.'” –Conan O’Brien

    “The Northeast is being hit with a major snowstorm. Forecasters said they’ve haven’t seen a whiteout like this since last week’s Oscar nominations.” –Conan O’Brien

    “In the last 48 hours King Abdullah from Saudi Arabia passed away. I have a moral dilemma. The king passed away three or four days ago. Is it too soon to hit on Queen Latifah?” –David Letterman

    “President Obama said that if he could have any superpower, he’d want the ability to speak any language. That’s so everyone in the world could tell him he picked one of the lamest possible superpowers.” –Jimmy Fallon

    “Vice President Joe Biden said he has privately met with 17 Republican senators at his home to try and connect on issues like tax reform. Biden asked what he can do to speed up negotiations, while Democrats asked, ‘Does this door lock from the outside?'” –Jimmy Fallon

    “One of the most Googled questions during this week’s State of the Union address was, ‘How much does the president make?’ When he saw it was $400,000 a year, Mitt Romney said, ‘I’m out!'” –Jimmy Fallon

    “As gas prices continue to drop, 28 states are now selling regular gasoline for less than $2 a gallon. It’s getting cheaper to pump two gallons of gas outside the station than it is to pump two squirts of nacho cheese inside.” –Jimmy Fallon

    “California officials want to contain a measles outbreak that originated in Disneyland last month. They are in luck because everyone who is exposed to it is still in line at Space Mountain.” –Conan O’Brien

    “Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was summoned to answer questions about the footballs that were mysteriously deflated in their game against the Colts. This was covered live on all the sports networks and also live on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, ABC, and a bunch of local channels. You would think Tom Brady had killed the president’s dog.” –Jimmy Kimmel

    “Deflate-gate isn’t the only thing in Boston now. Boston is the city chosen to vie for the Summer Olympics in 2024. Mayor Walsh is prohibiting city employees from making negative comments about the games or the process. That seems unnecessary. If people from Boston are known for anything, it’s for keeping their opinions to themselves, right?” –Jimmy Kimmel

    “CNN is developing a game show to be hosted by Anderson Cooper. It will be just like the other CNN shows except the contestants will make wild guesses instead of the news anchors.” –Seth Meyers

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  2. David B. Benson says:

    So much for the rain.

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  3. David B. Benson says:

    A few drops.

    Met Bernie walking a dog. Then Roger for the first time this school year.

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  4. Den says:

    Windy, pounding rain, lightning, and all sorts wild and wooly weather outside here today, started out mild enough @ 60 but turned bad and dropped to 50. This stuff is expected to continue until Monday then dry out mid-week, next week. Beers stocked up, interesting varieties, I will post the appropriate info at the appropriate time during the consumption process.

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  5. Den says:

    Gawd, I am so sick of this vaccine BS and measles and all of that crap. The reason people do not want to inject their children with the current vaccines is the FACT that they all posses additives like Formaldehyde and Thimerosal which are poisonous. Products inserted in the vaccine to preserve or enhance as determined 50 years ago when the vaccines were created.

    Much work needs to be done to remove these poisons and substitute safer components so there will be a safer alternative to what is currently available.

    Sheesh! do I have to tell BIG PHARMA how to do their job too?

    As long as I am beating up on BIG PHARMA, why not include the interesting fact that I bought a bottle of Store Brand Folic Acid and Vitamin B6, the two pills cannot be told apart! they look exactly the same, chubby round tablets, white, no markings on either tablet. With my previous run-in with pharmaceutical Generic Ibuprofen being ineffective, I wonder if these tablets actually contain what the bottle says they should and how would on tell one from the other with the tablets being identical.

    From what I can see it is a crap-shoot whether we make it to old age at all with the pills we are given, and who knows, maybe the PTB don’t want old people anyway, we just sit there sucking on all that money in those pension funds and SS.

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    • Den says:

      Don’t even get me started on mandatory vaccinations with poison infested vaccines either..

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    • º¿carol says:

      Den, the only reason we’re all here IS vaccines. They’ve prevented the spread of horrible diseases. I read a book about smallpox several years ago, horrible thing to happen to one.

      Thimerosal is not in the vaccines today.

      “Formaldehyde has a long history of safe use in the manufacture of certain viral and bacterial vaccines. It is used to inactivate viruses so that they don’t cause disease (e.g., polio virus used to make polio vaccine) and to detoxify bacterial toxins, such as the toxin used to make diphtheria vaccine. Formaldehyde is diluted during the vaccine manufacturing process, but residual quantities of formaldehyde may be found in some current vaccines. The amount of formaldehyde present in some vaccines is so small compared to the concentration that occurs naturally in the body that it does not pose a safety concern.

      Formaldehyde is also produced naturally in the human body as a part of normal functions of the body to produce energy and build the basic materials needed for important life processes. This includes making amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins that the body needs.”

      That was from the FDA’s website.
      Then there’s this:

      Toxic myths about vaccines

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  6. David B. Benson says:

    Carl Hauser fixed my PC by moving a plug from one connector to another. 🙂

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  7. º¿carol says:

    Weather the same today, cold and no new snow. It was a tad warmer, loads of sun and it got up to 30°.

    I went to our big box store 15 miles away in Mason this morning. Our road kept me at 40 mph, but once I hit Dexter Trail clear roads, 55 mph. Heading home, my road was suddenly clear. Bob said a plow went by after I left. It did an excellent job.

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  8. David B. Benson says:

    Actual rain now.

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  9. David B. Benson says:

    Den — despite the weather some work done on the temp abode?

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    • Den says:

      Not, a weeks worth of steady standing and walking took a toll on me requiring rest which I did but will return to the routine tomorrow, a motorcycle tire needs to be changed, laundry has to be done and further coagulation of the junk must take place.

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  10. David B. Benson says:

    Senate republicants learn filibuster from demorats.

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    • Den says:

      A useless bunch of hypocrites blathering nonsensical issues while our stature in the World arena diminishes due to the MIC’s penchant for warfare.

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  11. Den says:

    The wind can be heard pressing against the window panes, kitchen exhaust vent emitting occasional whooshes of wind, a tree branch slaps the house, a normal No.Cal Winter settles in for a spell. Den goes to bed to rest his weary bones.

    G’nite all!

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