Ugh or aargh? I cannot make up my mind which incoherent sound my life is more like right now. So many things have me by the short hairs that I find myself turning in tight circles. First is the big thing, the worse thing, the so-called 500-pound gorilla in the room, which is actually a … Continue reading Done
Who needs the Bermuda Triangle when you have all the rest of 2020.
Heading into the last week of the presidential campaign swing, Vice President Mike Pence delivered remarks during a rally last Thursday at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. Meanwhile, Eric Trump also made a campaign stop Tuesday in Reno at the Atlantis Casino Resort. Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris also stopped in Reno on Tuesday to campaign … Continue reading Final Week of Nevada Election 2020
Monsters tend not to eat ghosts because they taste like sheet.
It was the dark of Halloween Night 2020, India-ink black despite the full moon. Further, the streets, their vapor light lamps casting shadows on nothing, were quiet and devoid of life as all the little children and their grown parents remained home because of the threat of COVID-19. Yet there came screams from the apartment … Continue reading Dust Devil
My Cousin Elmo says, "Does Jeff Dunham know that Walter is running for President?"
While standing on the sidewalk, waving goodbye to my wife as she drove off to work, this tall guy, in an all black robe, hood hiding his face, and carrying a long-handled walking-stick in his right hand, suddenly appeared from nowhere behind me. It's been a long-time since I've seen a man wearing a bathrobe, … Continue reading Deaf
My Cousin Elmo says, "Went Wild Turkey hunting today. Shot one. Broken glass everywhere."
Lick Mortensen headed east into the desert. In his pack he carried enough supplies for three days and a small container holding his dogs ashes. It had been a difficult week and getting away from civilization, society, people is all the he desired. Losing his dog had been the worst of it and now he … Continue reading The Jackalopers: Running Away
It appears as if Nevada may have dodged a viral bullet early in 2020 after federal officials warned the state not to use Chinese-made coronavirus test kits donated by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over concerns of Chinese espionage and other nefarious activities. In documents, made public through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA,) show … Continue reading Nevada Warned About Chinese COVID Test Kits
Michelle Obama is not the Big Guy referred to in Hunter Biden's emails.
My wife was explaining to her friend that I see numbers or math equations the same way someone with dyslexia sees letters or words. While it's call dyscalculia, she kept calling it necrophilia.
Sunday morning, October 4, 2020, began like many other mornings, a Melissa Wortham, 24, pulled into a parking space at the QuikStop at the corner of Falcon Drive and US 95A in Fernley. She and her 3 year-old son were there to pick up some juice for him, before they drove to the local playground. … Continue reading Fernley Woman Thwarts Own Abduction
My wife said the broom was giving her blisters. I told her to drive next time. I'm scheduled to die from COVID-19 jus' a soon as she's finished sweeping the floor.
Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden’s 39-year-old daughter Ashley wrote in her journal that she “was probably molested,” including taking a shower with her father (Joe) as a pre-teen or young teenager. The screen-grab, from National File, said that there exists an audio recording of Ashley admitting this is her diary. Fortunately for her and her … Continue reading The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far
I always carry a stone with me during October and November, so I can throw it at anyone singing Christmas songs before December. I call it my Jingle Bell Rock.
It’s being reveal that the Obama-Biden administration may have sold out as many as 60 CIA operatives to the Communist Party of China (CCP.) The New York Times report this in May 2017, five years after the purge occurred, which could explain why the hard drives were held by the FBI for so many months. … Continue reading Purge to Pipe to Pedophilia
There is plenty of information ‘hidden in plain sight,’ when one understands how to ‘decode’ the media’s path to the ‘truth.’ Taken from newspaper reports over several years, federal records and financial documents show Hunter Biden's businesses didn't only benefit from foreign cash, they also got tens of millions of dollars in taxpayer-backed subsidies and … Continue reading The Press Openly Hides Facts
Don't bother walking a mile in my shoes. Spend half-a-minute in my head. That'll freak you the hell-out
Public records indicate that Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi’s son Paul Pelosi Jr. served as President and COO of the Ukraine oil company, Viscoil and Executive for NRG Lab and Research. At the time Viscoil was under investigation for securities fraud and for allegedly hiding the fact that the company was controlled by felons. … Continue reading Fact Checking the Fact Checkers
Early this morning, about 2 a.m., my bladder nudged me awake, complaining it was full. So I roll out of bed, letting my feet touch the floor as I remained seated on the edge of the mattress. I pet the dog that had been asleep beside me and th… My memory goes blank at this … Continue reading Face Plant
There are two ways to argue with a woman -- and neither one works.
The only reason some people aren't brainwashed yet is their OCD as they've been too busy washing their hands.
Jus' connecting the dots here, so don't shoot the messenger... Three Red Banners' is a PRC slogan which calls on the Chinese people to build a socialist state which consists of socialist construction, the 'Great Leap Forward' and the people’s commune. One of the many things I enjoy is the study of semiotics or iconography, … Continue reading Three Red Banners
Went to the store. Woman pointed the temp device at me. 'Poop.' I forgot what I was there to get. Men in Black?
It had been a direct flight from the mainland of China to the mainland of the U.S. and back again with none of the trained professionals taking the time to sleep. Instead, they now sat around the cramp conference table of the 707, drinking coffee, chain-smoking nervously, all studying and discussing what each in their … Continue reading Face Mask
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden at one time tried to block the evacuation of tens of thousands of South Vietnamese refugees who had helped the U.S. during the Vietnam War. As a senator, Biden was adamant that the U.S. had "no obligation, moral or otherwise, to evacuate foreign nationals," dismissing concerns for their safety … Continue reading A 45-year-old Recollection
“Do you hear that?” she whispered. “No,” I answered. “Sounds like a ‘clickity-clack.’” “Must be coming from the neighbors. How long have you been awake?” “A couple of minutes.” “Was it the sound that woke you?” “No. I had a strange dream. That’s what woke me.” “Wanna tell me about it?” “I was dreaming that … Continue reading His Secret
My cellphone changed the word 'hungry' to 'horny' which is sadly the most accurate autocorrect mistake so far.
We're all wearing masks and yet I can't understand why everyone gets mad at me for peeing in the swimming pool. After all I still have my trucks on.
Went to Walmart today and saw a 20-something woman slap a disabled, wheel-chair bound WWII Army vet from behind and on the side of the head. I said nothing as I walked over a slapped her hard across the face. Then I called the cops and shielded him from her until they arrived. The elderly … Continue reading Not in Front of Me, You Don’t!
The two stucco houses sat facing one another, across the long-time quiet street. Each home had a large picture window in front, and that’s how he came to see her. She was the most beautiful girl he’d ever seen and he had no way of getting her attention. Neither one, it seemed, were allowed to … Continue reading Picture Window
So a burglar broke into our house. I aimed the little red dot at his crotch and let the cat do the rest.
Nighttime again and I’m in bed again. Actually on top of the bed. Too hot for blankets, even with the air conditioner and over-head fan running. My brain is running, too. Running hot and I cannot even begin to tell you what it might be that I had been thinking only a minute before. There … Continue reading Scree
I'd go on a diet, but I'm afraid my brain would get thinner and I'd become narrow minded.
My wife gave me a red shirt. It's obvious that she's never seen 'Star Trek,' otherwise she would know what happens to the guy wearing the red shirt.
Think I’ll sit right here In this chair and fry. And why not? I don’t do much else And being so inactive Is leading To my death anyway. So quick, Give me that plug, If you won’t do it. I can and I will. Don’t forget To unplug me When I’m well done Or to … Continue reading Hot Seat
Slowly, we are all becoming Branch Covidians.
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Math made simple: I have $20, my wife has $5. She now has $25.
I had my temp taken with one of those hand-held devices. It went 'poop.'
A pun has not completely matured until it's full-groan. Okay, I'll let myself out...
God, grant me the wisdom to not respond,The courage to look awayOr the ability to laugh that the stupidity.
I don't celebrate my age anymore. Instead, I celebrate levels, because being at Level 60 sound so much more bad-ass than simply being 60-years-old,
Everybody was off doing their own thing. I sat on the couch, alone, in my usual place, feeling sorry for useless ass, a drink in one hand and my revolver in the other. As I slowly got drunk, I began hearing voices. These were voices I had know a long time ago and they belonged … Continue reading The Wrecking-crew
Picked up a hitch-hiker last night. Once in the truck, he asked, "How do you know I'm not a serial killer?" "Statistically," I answered, "It would be very rare to have two operating serial killers working in the same area, let alone sitting side-by-side in the same vehicle." He didn't believe me.
“Whose jacket is this?” Mary asked me, as she grabbed her wrap from the coat rack on the wall. I look at it as she lifts it up, “I don’t know. Maybe it belongs to one of the kids. Could have left it when they were here last week.” “You’d think one of us would … Continue reading Little Sister
If 2020 were a drink, it would be colonoscopy prep.
My wife and I got into an argument over a tree branch that had been hanging over the fence line and into our neighbors backyard. She wanted it removed; I said it wasn't hurting a thing. Finally, after feeling sufficiently nagged half-to-death about it, I grabbed up my pruning saw and suspension ladder, and stomping … Continue reading Stupid Should Hurt
Nevada, where you can't get unemployment even after begging and a mail-in election ballot without asking.
Send $500 in cash to yourself through the mail, then tell me how secure you feel that the US post office is handling your ballot.
Get your butt out and vote...if the dead can do it, so can you!
Mike Pence is the first man in history to actually win an argument with a woman.
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"Joe Biden is predicted to win," the Book of Revelation.
When she didn’t answer, Miguel figured she didn’t know. “Why is she crying,” he thought, not understanding his speaking made her happy. He also didn’t understand that it had been a fight, this burning. Had he been older, learned to watch the television news, he’d of known what was twisting in his singular mind. Each … Continue reading Spin: Revelation’s Science
The radio played, “The Bones,” a song Miguel had learned to ignore. It had played and played and every time the radio was turned on, it played again. Only one line held any interest for him: “The house don't fall when the bones are good.” What it meant, he didn’t know or understand. He chewed … Continue reading Spin: Flames
Before I can agree to 2021, I need some terms and conditions first.
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“If only those ‘others’ could understand what I know,” Miguel thought. He didn’t talk, he didn’t feel he had to. He was slow to get dressed, he couldn’t stop shaking the small plastic globe, the fascination had become a full-blown idea, one he’d never be able to share, not that he really wanted too. “A … Continue reading Spin: Breakfast-time
Not even one cloud could be seen for entertainment sake as I lay flat on my back, the cement pad as a bed, suffering back spasms. Usually I go inside and flop on the futon, which is laid out like a bed in the back room when my back says ‘Screw you, we’ve had enough.’ … Continue reading Spaztastik
Miguel rolled over in his bed, pulling the twisted sheets out from under his body. He reached for the plastic snow globe and spun it back and forth. The autistic boy smiled as the flakes of snow flitted and floated about the water and drifted to the blue base of the globe. Miguel didn’t realize … Continue reading Spin: Especial
Even Covid-19 picked Trump over Biden.
With horror, she touched the gun tucked in her black sweat shirt’s pocket. It brought a glaze of sweaty moisture to her neck and back and she pushed the hood of her shirt from her head. “God, it’s bright out here,” she complained. Standing up, she walked to a nearby garbage can and dropped the … Continue reading Spin: Bright Weight
I'll bet that giraffes don't know what a fart smells like.
Twice now, I’ve sneezed and it feels like I’ve ripped something from the back of my smoke-parched throat. I do this after learning that the President and First Lady have tested positive for COVID-19. “Well, folks, that there is the election,” my wife has pronounced. Meanwhile, someplace in the back of my mind I hear … Continue reading Solenoid Switch
She started to cry. Long, hard sobs that felt like she were emptying her soul down her face, down to her chin, snot draining from her nose. Everything seemed to be falling out of her life and she couldn’t control it what was happening. The idea made her begin to laugh, first low and quiet, … Continue reading Spin: Renewal
Why I should recall his face after so many years, I don’t know. Dale White Sun is his name and I met him at the Stumps. A Shoshone, he had never lived on a reservation. No, he grew up a suburban child in Glendale, Arizona. Once his service was up, he left the Corps and … Continue reading Glass
The thought of thee some stillness doth beget. I stunn’d am by thy generosity, By thought of thee my problems I forget. Upon high desert we two shall soon be seen, For yonder love doth wait on our behest. I ne’er shall from embrace of true love wean, My love for thee hath ev’ry day … Continue reading Wilding Wolf
“You are everything that you’ve ever experienced during your lifetime,” the man said, sitting at the opposite end of the bench, where all of this had begun. Her head suddenly filled with ‘pain,’ and then dissipated to vague memories. “What did you do?” she tried to scream. “Nothing. You’re the one doing it. You’ve been … Continue reading Spin: Choice