- North Carolina, USA
- July 03
- Retired TV writer/producer, mostly comedy, but also soaps and children's programming. Blogging because, like everyone else, things are on my mind.
MY RECENT POSTS
- Liberal Denial and Deceit
May 08, 2012 12:23PM
- Let's Try This On For Size
November 07, 2011 11:53AM
- Andy Rooney's Last Stand
November 05, 2011 06:54PM
- A Case Of the "Dont's"
September 04, 2010 03:45PM
- Turn Off the Radio, You
Fucking Spic Bastard
July 20, 2010 12:12PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “Been away a long time
and glad to see your post
of stuff to talk
June 07, 2013 12:02PM
- “Hey, guys ... good to
see familiar names again. Had
busy years. Wrote
November 07, 2011 10:03AM
- “Arthur ... good stuff.
Enjoyed it and will check out
August 27, 2011 12:02PM
- “Hey, Sally ... good to
see you here after a long
January 15, 2011 06:22AM
- “Roger ...
didn't want to respond to
Gordon. I wanted to respond to
December 23, 2010 08:37PM
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Been following the John Edwards story here in the Durham Herald Sun, a liberal rag laughingly called a newspaper, and I’m struck by the cravenness of this perfectly coiffed, despicable cockroach.
I’m also struck by the fact that this man was allowed to appear on the Democrat ticket… Read full post »
The continuing and futile OWS hullabaloo brings to mind my experiences some years ago when my friend Koki (a nickname) Novikov, a wonderful dancer I worked with in New York would invite fellow cast members for Sunday dinner to her neighborhood in Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach, an enclave for many R… Read full post »
The most ubiquitous Don't
The political climate is very caustic and negative these days
and I've come to the conclusion that we're essentially a negative
society. We're governed by negatives, in particular the word
Why is that? Don't ask me! All I know is that d… Read full post »
That’s what I yelled, all you Mel Gibson haters. Twice.
Not as bad as what was recorded coming out of Mel’s mouth, but I guess it’s enough to call me a racist.
Turn off that radio, you fucking spic bastard.
This was Manhattan in the… Read full post »
In Part 1, I suggested that Obama (and his supporting cast of Marxist, wealth distributing cohorts) is like Lenin. That is, he is willing to sacrifice the welfare of the people to institute a transformational change in a political system. Just as Lenin wanted to… Read full post »
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DJohn has written a terrific analysis of what he believes to be the Democratic strategy for the November election and, by extension, the next presidential election.
The Race Card.
Here is the link. Well worth reading for anyone here who is still committed to honesty in our politic… Read full post »
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By now it should be clear that Obama places his ideology above the good of the people. He epitomizes Lenin’s famous justification for the grea… Read full post »
By now it should be clear that Obama places his ideology above the good of the people. He epitomizes Lenin's famous justification for the great genocidal famine of the Ukraine in the pursuit of collectivisation: "If you want to make an omelet, you must be willing to break a few eggs."… Read full post »
Jay, Jay, Jay
First off -- YOU made it personal from the get-go.
The thread was about soccer ratings beating Glenn Beck. Roger, I think, called Beck a liar. I challenged him to mutually monitor one hour of Beck together and count the lies.
I added as an… Read full post »
Well, Arizona has given us the latest twist in our national illegal immigration problem. It seems that people of all stripes are pressing the hispanic button.
My solution is fairly straight forward. Progressive liberals (or whatever they’re calling themselves these days), many of whom who… Read full post »
I sit by my window. Afraid to be seen.
My disfigurement embarasses me. It identifies me. It is my singularity.
What it doesn't describe is my depression and my ....
I dropped my nephew off at the condom distributing table of his high school the other morning. Business was brisk, as you can imagine whenever the potent combination of sex and freebies is offered to a teenager.This? Or This?
The condom distributing table is —… Read full post »
After an absence of seven years, I’ve been back in this wonderful city for five days. My wife, who just got her Masters in Social Work has come for a conference in group therapy techniques. She’s learning stuff, it’s a write off and we’re seeing old friends.
And… Read full post »
Don, good to hear from you.
A treat to hear from you and thanks for asking.
Lots of personal stuff -- not bad, but very time consuming, with mothers, kids, trips to LA to handle stuff, a coupla car accidents (not our fault at all and no one hurt, but what a… Read full post »
Just two weekends ago, on May 3, 2009, The Fantasticks held a 50th Anniversary Reunion for alumni and friends in New York and I was part of the celebration. This musical icon opened on May 3rd, 1960 at the 152 seat Sullivan Street Theater off-Broadway. It closed forty-two years later in… Read full post »
The story, being referred to as “The Bethesda Incident,” is just now emerging, several weeks after the fact. It is a chilling reminder of the high stakes bullshit game that is global warming, where ideologues rule.
The facts are these. Anticipating President Obama’s intention to go… Read full post »
There is a new law in the land, courtesy of the Democrat Attorney General Blumenthal. When asked by Glenn Beck, Under what law are you going after the AIG bonuses, Blumenthal replied, "because they are underserving of it."
Love or hate Glenn Beck, he just asked the question and this is… Read full post »
First, rated for analysis.
Second .... more paragraphs, please.
Third, just a question to those who would object to the GENERAL thrust of your comments:
I have a company. I make doodads. I'm successful. My doodads are competitive and well made.
After I pay the union wage, benefits, federal, state and… Read full post »
Taking a moment off from political and cultural observations to recount an incident today at Costco.
There's a deliciously ironic symmetry to it, or maybe, conversely, a straight-up asymmetry. I'll let readers judge for themselves.
Arriving in the Costco lot, my wife and I were wait… Read full post »