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Some things are so magnificent–and funny–no explanation is necessary… unless, of course, you’re The Washington Post.  Satire dies in dumbness,,,,

Another avoidable Thanksgiving tragedy.  If he’d only kept his beak shut (thanks to The Babylon Bee)…

That’s what I loved about police work: changing lives…

And speaking of keeping one’s beak shut…

You know, maybe Mr. Trump could use this…

Maybe he could use this too…

I gotta get me one of these…

I always wondered what happened to Data…

It’s good to know there are some things upon which we can count…

Uh, I don’t think these people thank anyone but themselves, but the anger part is right…

And she has ultimate moral authority because she’s a really angry teenager from Sweden…

Or maybe not…

Home, home on the range, where the dogs and the submissives play…

“Government is simply the name we give to the things we choose to do together.” Deval Patrick, stolen from Barney Frank…

Hey, it’s organic, so what’s your gripe?

This is why there is no Nobel Prize for theft.  On second thought, if there was, they’d probably give it to these guys…

Why shouldn’t they have cellphones? Everyone else does…

Now this sounds like something I’d do…

Because they can’t blame it on normal Americans.  Next question?

Somehow, I doubt the Leftists in charge of Chick-fil-A would get the reference…

True, not that they’ll stop…

At a police agency in Wisconsin, an epic war story was born…

Well of course it is.  Are you some kind of transphobic or something?

See, things are looking up for minorities whose hairstyles are stuck in the 70s.  If Trump can do that, what can’t he do?

And in the just because it’s ridiculously cute department for this week…

I’m throwing in a bombastic sex toy from Vienna with every purchase of License to Kill.  With Christmas coming on fast, it really will make a great present for readers in your life, particularly those interested in the state of our nation.  Er, the book, not the Austrian sex toy…or maybe both if you’re into that sort of thing…

If you get it directly through the publisher, I’ll make a few cents more than if you get it at Amazon. It’s $17.99 at either source, and Amazon has a $4.99 Kindle edition.  I always appreciate your comments here at SMM, and comments about the book at Amazon would be even more appreciated, because I don’t have a huge publishing house behind the book, spending millions to publicize it.  It’s a matter of honest Americans reading and sharing the book.  Positive comments on Amazon help.  Go here to comment. 

I’ll see you next Sunday for the Funnies, and hopefully, every day in between!