Busy cooking… — 12 Comments

  1. My own corollary to your list:

    “Life is a sexually transmitted disease with a 100% mortality rate. Nobody gets out alive!”

    “In any given situation, no matter how bad, there is an element of fun and entertainment. Your job is to find it.”

  2. Everybody dies of heart failure.

    Water is a slow poison. Everyone who’s drunk some eventually dies.

    Oxygen is also a toxin…

  3. I won’t tell you my age, but I’m hoping to make it to 94, which is the age my mom died.

  4. Ray- Excellent point(s)! 🙂

    Jim- Feel free!

    WSF- 🙂

    Beans- True… LOL, plus, fish do you know what in it…

    Sam- Good luck, hope you succeed and then some!

  5. Laughter and reality are better than prozac, and the occasional two finger glass can be a positive supplement.

  6. Build a man a fire, and he is warm for a while. Set a man on fire, and he is warm for the rest of his life.

  7. What great facts! Off topic, but I spent our great new national holiday, Juneteenth, cleaning guns. Shotguns. It seemed appropriate.

  8. Happy Juneteenth folks, it’s the day when Blacks in Texas learned that they were free, June 19, 1865 in Galveston.
    But what does today mean?
    It’s the day when Blacks found out that the first Republican President had signed the Emancipation Proclamation freeing them from the physical bondage of the Democrat Party. It was two years later, on July 4th 1867, that 150 of those same Black men met in Houston and established the Republican Party of Texas. The Democrats, in response, established the Ku Klux Klan.
    Today, the Democrats are economically enslaving Blacks and have turned inner city communities into modern plantations of welfare and economic dependence.
    Juneteenth is a celebration of why the Republican Party was established in 1854, the abolition of slavery. Only a flaming incompetent, delusional, walking Vegetable, and a WORLD KNOWN IDIOT would give the party of the Jack Asses any credit for Juneteenth .

  9. Number five is contrary. Teach someone to use the internet, and they’ll never leave you alone. “How do I…”