Children should not dress up as policemen. That goes for the military as well. You have a pill box. Periods show up randomly until they’re a wistful memory. Depends start looking like a good idea. Men sit when they pee. You stop driving because your car gives you sass-mouth. That $1000 mortgage you paid off [...]
Now that the meds have kicked in and President Trump has stopped separating kids, we here at the Lucky puppy would like to recognize other organizations that are loving, caring and humane. NBC’s attempt to equate airlines with the government is asinine. Hey Democratics in Congress! Stop whining and change the law. Comprehensive, fair [...]
My baby daughter, Rosie is 18 today. LUNCH WITH SANTA THE MAGIC OF SANTA ROSIE AT THE BAT https://youtu.be/JxfZOWkvMy4 https://youtu.be/gzr4uA-0v90 Rosie won the fashion show and the dress. [...]
Joint Base Charleston had it’s airshow today. We planned to have a fun filled family day with kids and grandkids. That lasted about 30 seconds. The eight mile trip to the base took two hours and 20 minutes. Bumper to bumper in the left lane. Why we didn’t use the right lane that was moving [...]
When I was 11 or 12 (1970ish) Boy Scout Troop 159 went to camp in Pico Blanco. Shit got weird.
I was issued at Fort Lee, Virginia. After that, I was stationed in Orleans, France and Fort Carson, Colorado. We retired to Fort Ord, California. Then I joined the Air Force and made two Brats of my own. By the time I was nine, I could polish combat boots to a glass finish, jump a [...]
Open your mind and listen to the other side of the conversation.
This is the nail in the coffin of his campaign. He hates women. He hates kids. He hates photographers. He hates valets. He hates men! We cannot let this man in the White House because I’m positive there will be more of this shit.
I was just replying to a Facebook post and got carried away. Then I noticed that my daughter Rosie has a solid foundation in weapon safety.
Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904. Taking the pen name of Dr. Seuss, his first book was If I Ran the Zoo (1950).