I found this odd and stupid and Republican, but it appears that guns are strictly forbidden at the site of tonight’s GOP debate due to a request made by Fox news and the Republican National Committee … two NRA-loving groups who believe that people should be allowed to carry guns into stores, bars, churches, schools and movie theaters, but just not anywhere near Republicans or Fox News.
The hypocrisy is not lost on me.
Mike Huckabee said that allowing transgender people to serve in the military will turn it into a “social club” because trans people who enlist, train, go through boot camp, and are sent overseas to areas of unrest and turmoil are only doing it so that can have a cocktail and meet someone cute.
Last week, possibly in light of the murder of Cecil the lion, the Empire State Building, known for its stunning light displays, lit up with a digital display if the world’s endangered species.
The display, conceived by “The Cove” filmmaker Louie Psihoyos, showed a looping reel of endangered animals over a 33-floor span of the southern face of the building, with some 160 species in all shown.
"We're set to lose half the species on the planet by the end of the century." — Louie Psihoyos
At one point an image of Cecil — seen above — was shown.
Think about that; think about how man is supposed to be the intelligent ones on the planet and yet we are killing every other living thing, including ourselves.
Not so smart after all.
And, speaking of cats ... the other morning, ready to leave for work, I walked into the bedroom to make the bed and saw that.
I backed out slowly … and made the bed when I got home from work that night.
It’s not that the cats rule our house it’s just that meow meow meow meow rule. Uh oh.
Sidenote: my dear friend Laura saw this picture when I posted it to Facebook and saw that piece of pillow sticking out from the pillow case and asked if it was some kind of corncob-shaped sex toy or something.
It isn't; we don't leave those out on the bed for the cats ... not any more.
I am so tired of the way newspeople exaggerate on TV, like the other morning onGood Morning Americawhen George Stephanopoulos talked about the massive …massive,his word … outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in New York City.
Eighty-six reported cases, and eight people dead, in a city of8,491,079 people.
Massive, George? I think not. You’re supposed to be a trusted journalist, use your words … choose your words … carefully.
In hottie TV news formerGleeandHedwig and the Angry Inchstar, Darren Criss will be joining the cast ofAmerican Horror Story: Hotelnext season.
Mike Huckabee wants to be president and seems to think a lot of people want him to be president. But then, please to explain how almost all the money raised by the super PAC supporting his campaign has come fromonedonor, Huckabee's apparent 'sugar daddy' Ronald Cameron, CEO of the agribusiness behemoth Mountaire. Cameron has given $3 million to the Huckabee super PAC which has raised just $3,604,855.94.
So, is it just one guy who really wants Crazy in the White House?
A man attended a Scott Walker rally carrying a handmade ‘Scott Walker for President’ sign and so naturally Scott walker took a photo with the man, who, just before the snap, turned his sign around to reveal his true message: a check written by the Koch Brothers to buy the White House for Scott Walker.
Don’t be fooled by the likes of Walker and the Koch’s.