Susan Collins, King Maker

I am directing my anger today at Senator Susan Collins (R/ME), however it could easily be transferred to one of a number of equally deserving Senators. "We... ya know... I tell you what, I happen to know some United States Senators, one who is on the other side who is pretty aggressive. I’ve seen that … Continue reading Susan Collins, King Maker

Trump’s Doctor Ronny Withdraws

Ronny Jackson—withdraws his nomination To head the Veterans Administration After stories of his bad drunken conduct Are reported— Like what? Let me reconstruct: ~ A Secret Service going away party Attended and enjoyed by Doctor Ronny The night ended somewhat badly... insofar As he was drunk and wrecked a government car ~ Another drunken doctor … Continue reading Trump’s Doctor Ronny Withdraws

Cubs Win! What’s Left?

As is evidenced in this viral photo of Bill Murray, emotions ran high last night. Today hungover Cubs fans everywhere are trying to process what happened. "When the Cubs win the World Series" has long been synonymous with "When Hell freezes over." So now what? Where do we go from here? What is there left … Continue reading Cubs Win! What’s Left?

John Montagu

The 4th Earl of Sandwich was a man who suffered many vices Drinking whoring gambling but he met with one small crisis Desiring food while playing cards To preserve them– as a safeguard He called for meat between some bread - I'm not sure about the spices ...And the first sandwich was born.  _______________________________ September … Continue reading John Montagu

Poor Ryan 

"Forty is the old age of youth; fifty the youth of old age." ~ Victor Hugo Thirty two is an age when a grown man should know how to act in public. Ryan Lochte, American competitive swimmer and twelve time Olympic medalist hasn't finished paying the tab for his drunken last night in Rio. In … Continue reading Poor Ryan 


"Often people display a curious respect for a drunk man, rather like the respective of simple races for the insane... There is something awe-inspiring in one who has lost all inhibition."   ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald  I suppose if it was 1920's Paris, and I was F. Scott Fitzgerald, hanging out with Ernesto, Gertrude Stein, and James … Continue reading Drunks