Has American politics jumped the shark? Should it be cancelled and replaced with another reality show? Perhaps a spinoff about the Republican-controlled House that is committed to doing nothing to help Americans, maybe titled, “American Idle”?
I’ll bet you a trillion dollar platinum coin that you’ll enjoy this week’s Sunday Funnies!
This weekend’s music thread is about cover songs. Some artists can take a song and really make it their own, through various creative styles and performances. So, think of some of your favorite cover songs and add them to this weekend’s thread.
AdLib is online. AdLib : Night Killgore and Sally! Have a great weekend! Looking forward to Music Thread and Funnies! SallyT : Good night AdLib SallyT : There is a tribute to all the Bonds this year at the AAwards. AdLib : Brosnan #3 and that’s where it ends. Didn’t […]
The outraged shouting of Ed Schultz, Sean Hannity, Al Sharpton, Bill O’Reilly and Rush Limbaugh has been measured to be greater than 10,000 cows burping out a rendition of, “Camptown Races” every minute for an entire year.
We have made it through NEW YEAR’S EVE and are now starting a NEW YEAR! We have survived the Fiscal Cliff Bungee Jump just to find ourselves about to deal with the raising of the roof or the debt ceiling. Same old game but a few new players.
This weekend’s theme is about songs that make us slow down and think, stop to smell the roses, and just indulge ourselves in wonder as well as songs about the cosmos and Karma.
AdLib : See you then! You have a great weekend too! SallyT : I will be seeing you! Have a great weekend! SallyT : There are some pretty angry ones! Some are down right nasty and not even close to funny! However, we do like to jump on their “Rednecks”! […]
The Weeper of the House and the effort by those in his caucus to make him cry.
When it comes to being tone deaf and tone blind and tone dumb, the Repub’s have cornered the market in 2012.
Lets toast in 2013 with laughter, hope, and cheer and this week’s collection of The Sunday Funnies!
Well folks, we’ve made one more trip around the sun. The old gives way to the new once again. 2012 is over and 2013 is about to begin. So break out the bubbly, get a New Year’s dinner ready, gather round some close friends and declare, out with the old […]
Let’s say that a large number of people are completely dissatisfied with our government. In the 21st century, what is the best way to change a government that the people feel is tyrannical? The vote, of course. I think the first step is to define tyranny.
So let’s assume we have done so, now what?