From Dusk Till Dawn is a funny Quentin Tarantino, Roberto Rodriguez collaboration. Sometime at the beginning of the second half (Rodriguez’s piece) Cheech Marin has a very funny monologue in which he is hawking pussy. Check it out here: Continue reading
I just read some older feminist crap about make-up, clothing and such stuff. I’ve been having this conversation with a lot of women, female friends and wives for the past five decades. I think they still refuse to understand my point. The feminists claim that it is some kind of patriarchal, antiquated custom that forces them to try and look attractive by wearing expensive clothing, getting expensive hair-do’s and slapping expensive make-up on their faces. My argument was always that even though we think that is kind of nice, those are not really that important to men. Yes I realize it is Katy Perry and wow, she’s got great knockers. However, I’m not sure she is wearing any make-up, but I guess it might be yes.
Nobody ever went broke underestimating the stupidity of the American people. This phrase is largely attributed to H.L. Mencken, but disputed by some. So, I do not claim to be a great political analyst. I just wonder at the stupidity of Americans. The first Hillary-Trump debate took place two days ago and my TV is still full of fallout from that event. I actually did watch it and there are a lot of things that I could talk about, but I will limit myself to two main points:
I wish I could explain to these men (and their governments) what is wrong with this picture. But then, if they had the mental capacity to understand it, I wouldn’t need to, would I? Continue reading
I wish I could explain to these men (and their wives) what is wrong with this picture. But then, if they had the mental capacity to understand it, I wouldn’t need to, would I? Continue reading
I wish I could explain to these men what is wrong with this picture. But then, if they had the mental capacity to understand it, I wouldn’t need to, would I? Continue reading
Everybody understands that to mean that we do not serve alcohol to teens. Very few think about how we really serve teens. We serve them as cannon fodder in Afghanistan, Iraq and many other places.
I am going to be 69 years old in a few months so you might ask: what’s in it for me? Strangely, as I get older I am getting a better understanding of the Jewish concept of Tikkun Olam – simply translated it means Fixing the World. I do not know if I can fix this issue, but I can try to, at least, give a bit of advice. I think that sending someone to a foreign country to their potential death without first allowing them to have a last drink should count as a major crime. The only way to even this field is to: Continue reading