What a rollercoaster week this has been. Here are some of the most popular memes and posts of the week. Which are your favorites?
One more day. Let’s relax and have a few laughs. Then, let’s get back to business and vote!
“You owe me big, Joe. I’m talkin’ China-money big.” “Hunter is the smartest guy I know.” “Corn Pop is that you?” “I didn’t even know about the cages. Come on man.” “Thanks for being my wingman. We’ll get lots of ‘pizza’ at this school.” “I told you, Joe, […]
Caution: The following chilling pictures could cause goosebumps. You’ve been warned. When I originally saw this first photo, it seemed just like so many others. I wondered if the women were sorority sisters or if this was a some type of reunion. They looked so prim and proper. […]
LET’S GO OUT TO EAT 2020 Arrive at restaurant, fish your three month old single-use surgical mask out of car’s filthy cupholder (still slightly sticky from this morning’s 84oz diet Pepsi). Strap up with three month old single-use surgical mask.MAGICAL ANTI-GERM BARRIER ENGAGED!!! Proceed into restaurant, opening door […]
Has the world gone mad? Certainly it’s good to come out come out where ever you are and escape the cruel madness. Enjoy the whimsical world of street art, magical design and quirky advertising.
A Hollywood Visit The most I ever laughed in a cemetery was in December 2011. I remember it well because a few days later my father died. The eccentric oddball that I am, on a Disneyland vacation with my two youngest sons, Jack and Brady, I took them […]
Ours is a family of movie buffs dating back to the 1950s when my parents were dating. Teens in the Harlandale district on the southside of San Antonio frequented the Roxie, the Trail, the Mission and Loop 13 drive-in theaters. Families also enjoyed movies at downtown venues such […]
Our faith in America’s sense of humor was restored during the pandemic summer of 2020. We escaped from the onslaught of negative news and propaganda by just getting away. Our travels through 14 states and Washington D.C. for over a month thoroughly offered a lighter side of truth […]
Love him or hate him, there is little doubt Elvis Presley’s manager Colonel Tom Parker was one of the most influential men in music history. I met him only twice. Once at the Hilton Palacio Hotel on the River Walk in San Antonio and the other outside the […]
Confined to a bed and attached to IVs, monitors, cuffs and EKG electrode patches made me feel like an astronaut last weekend. I don’t care much for TV, so my private time in ICU was spent reading and researching. Here’s some quick and interesting things about our health […]
The True Story of the Profound Lesson I Learned in 1963 on a Barber’s Chair Just eight miles south-southwest of where I thought John Wayne fought at the Alamo was a spot in San Antonio where serious thinking and deciphering came into my life. Slightly west of the […]