Monday, June 17, 2024

Many Happenings

 Good morning.

So many happenings over the weekend....

SCOTUS decided that the implements which enabled the Route 91 Festival massacre are legal, after all.

Just in time to up the ante in the "Bloodbath" we've been promised in November, if things don't go their way.

Saturday was BUDDY BALL CHECK. I hope you did your TSE.

Sunday was Father's Day. And the Tony Awards aired. And the new season of House of the Dragon started.

So, have some Monday Giggles

Special thanks to The B Boys, Bruce and Bryn, for continuing to supply the funnies.


SickoRicko said...

The last one is totally true.

Mistress Maddie said...

Oh god....after all that news...we need some funnies!!!! I don't trust the SCOTUS on anything anymore.

Hooter from Owls Rest said...

I must be old. Got Car 54 where are you and Clowns to the left and Jokers to the right references.

Stonewall Pride March in Columbus Ohio was fantastic. Three hours of LGBTQ affirmation and celebration. The local news said there were over 800 thousand people flooding the city. We got there early enough to be able to sit our chairs under a large shade tree and a half block walk to our parking spot. Early birds get the worm.

Your French Patrick said...

Yes, Saturday was Buddy Ball Check, and rest assured, the TSE is unmissable.

Hugs and bisous, my darlings Jean and Pat.
HaVe a great day.

Jean said...

Yep I must be old too so there is car 54….

Every day the SCOTUS does not have a decision on presidential immunity, sends the message they don’t want voters to see the evidence and testimonies for all of the cases that are pending waiting on this decision, before the election.

Yes we desperately need funnies, and these were really good. I don’t think there’s an expiration date on Worcestershire sauce, if it is mine has faded. Hugs and bisous.

fullmoonma said...

The Captain Kirk quote is actually from "Car Talk" a long running Boston live Q&A radio program on WBUR that taught me everyone I know about cars! Two amusing and knowledgeable auto mechanics with MIT backgrounds. At the end of the program they listed fictitious people involved in the show, including their chauffeur Picuo Andropov!

whkattk said...

@ fullmoonma - That show was syndicated for a while - I remember listening to them every so often. Not that I knew anything about cars---I just found them funny.

uptonking said...

Stealers Wheel! With Gerry Rafferty! Nice.