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Well, I’m back, gentle readers.  I’ll be filling you in on my moving adventure soon, and it will be a little while before I’m up to an article a day–moving stuff into a new home is but the beginning–but for today, let’s visit some old, very, very good childhood friends (in the header)…  No.  No he won’t…

If Home Depot won’t work, there’s always WalMart, grocery stores, or D/S/C politicians daily press conferences…

Speaking of D/S/C politicians…

You have to be of a reasonable age to get this one…

Gee, I wonder what else Black people have to do to be authentically black?

Probably something like this (love the Babylon Bee)…

I knew it!

It’s nice to finally see a bit of honesty from these people, and I should be in pretty good shape being Irish—potato famine and all that…

Yes, the name of a business really does matter…

Hey, it’s all about public safety…

Gotta have priorities…

Gotta have priorities…

Round, round, getta round, I used to get around…

And a public health expert too!He just might at that…

Yeah, why is that?

Yeah, why is that?

Well you know, they’re a close family…

And common sense, strength of character, a work ethic, responsibility…

A winning team?

Yeah, that actually doing stuff and making a living is bad—bad!

When career day gets a little too real…

Well, she does have a lot of experience with e-mail…

Kind of like the kinds of lessons country kids learn…

When politics gets a little too real…

Well, a virus might fight back…

When politics gets a little too real 2…

And in the just because it’s cute department…

Mark Twain said: “Nothing so needs reforming as the habits of others.” He was right, except for those who habitually do not read.  They definitely need reforming.  To start that process, get a copy of License to Kill and make Twain—and me—proud.   You’ll be a better and more educated person for the effort.

If you get the book 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, which won’t be so good for…you know.  Fortunately, my publisher and Amazon are still in business.  Unlike the common misconception, few authors make a living on writing, and I’m one that doesn’t.  The new Manor needs curtains—and touch up paint, and bookshelves, and a washer and dryer, and… Positive comments on Amazon make a real difference.  Go here to comment. 

I’ll see you next Sunday for the Funnies, and hopefully, every day in between. Living well is the best revenge.