BREAKING! Huge environmental/health cleanup underway in New York after police raided a house with over 100 Big Gulp cups smuggled in from New Jersey. More details to follow…
The only difference between greener grass and sour grapes is the height of the fence.
If someone “brings out the worst in you”, is that person to blame, or do they just shine a light on who you really are?
Some of the marching group much deserve criticism. As do many men and society as a whole. We have disrespected women to a large degree. We’ve raised women who carry on this tradition (sadly) and muddy the waters. Women of a bygone era certainly deserved better than womanizers, and as a society, we should rise above this rather than debasing everyone in an attempt to equalize us all. I set women on a pedestal of respect– however, some of what I’ve seen in recent times makes that very hard.
Written by: Joe Love
Narrated by: John Greening
‘Twas the night before Trumpmas when all through the house
Nobody was sleeping, they wanted him out
The air horns were out beside red caps and pins
In hopes that The Donald would soon be sworn in
“Don’t Vote for Hillary”
Original song by Joe Love
In the style of “Don’t stand so close to me” by The Police.
In a rare show of solidarity, the measure was approved almost unanimously in both the house and senate. The Governor signed the bill with little fanfare, and the new song is now official. We must admit that we’re a little sad to see the old “Oklahoma” go, but I think you’ll recognize this tune as much as you did the old state song.
Oh beautiful for scary skies
For endless waves of rain
For lightning bolts and thunderclaps
I tried to sleep in vain
On Norman town, oh Norman town
Whatever shall we do?
We can’t afford to drain this rain
Unless we tax it too