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Yesterday’s post about that Pakistan man named Hussein who has a pet lion got me to thinking about another duo obsessed with wild animals. Siegfried and Roy. Remember these guys? Roy was mauled to death by his out of control tiger that had him in a head lock with his jaws.
No matter how nice you may be to them, sooner or later they’re going to get ya Hussein.
Talk about calling the kettle black: Rosie O’Donnell slams Kelly Ripka for being mean. And this is news why?
Trudeau apologizes to an indigenous woman for a sarcastic remark. Seems these apologies are so rampant now to be almost meaningless…like the PM himself.
The following must have been written by a Canadian….sorry:
We’d all like to be more polite. The polite person gets the secret discount, the last available table, the self-satisfied feeling that comes when you know for a fact you’ve brightened someone’s day. Simply, being polite is good for all parties. But, the thing is, if you’re not actively trying to be polite, you might be actually be doing the opposite.
A lot of the niceties you may use in everyday conversation—without a second thought—are considered by some to be downright impolite. Basically, when it comes down it, being polite is to focus less on saying the right things and more on not saying the wrong things.
Okay….……..”F&%k Off”…how is that for a focus.
Holy Cow man!
Icelandic ultra-low-cost airline Wow Air ceased operations on Thursday, stranding hundreds of passengers around the world. Wow’s shutdown also leaves those who have upcoming reservations with airline stuck without flights.
Who would ever fly on a purple airplane anyway. Especially one named “Wow?”
Typical day in Canada.
Climate change, global warming. My polite Canadian response: “F^%K Off.”
Being a Catholic myself I love this: Bold comments are mine:
“While attending Mass at the University of Notre Dame last fall, Maryann White saw something that horrified her: Leggings.
“A group of young women, all clad in tight, clingy Spandex and short tops, were sitting directly in front of her and her family.
“I thought of all the other men around and behind us who couldn’t help but see their behinds,” the self-described Catholic mother of four sons wrote in a letter to the editor that was published by the Observer, Notre Dame’s student newspaper, on Monday. “My sons know better than to ogle a woman’s body — certainly when I’m around – oh mom…please..yuck (and hopefully, also when I’m not)- ogling you mom? I think not but then again they are Catholics. They didn’t stare, and they didn’t comment afterwards. But you couldn’t help but see those blackly naked rear ends. I didn’t want to see them — but they were unavoidable. How much more difficult for young guys to ignore them.”
“Hey we’re Catholic boys. By the way mom, what’s ogle-ing?”
“C’mon Mom, we’re always trying to get a leg up….guilty!”
I bet they were thinking about this song while they were ogling:
Short one today.
Have a great weekend. Read ya Monday.