Ballet of death

Possibly I posted this great video on The Moon a couple of years ago. Possibly I thought about it, but never did it. No matter. I just encountered it again, and I’m a sharing sort of fellow. In these troubled times, good laughs are getting hard to come by, and this is one great laugh indeed.

Hold onto your sombrero. There is some potty language included if that sort of thing is a problem for you. If it is, well, don’t watch it, but you’ll be missing out big-time.

Leave 10 pesos in the tip jar on your way out, por favor.

Cartoon break!

The first is an actual photo taken of President Trump on Monday as he headed back to the White House. I am not making this up.

This cartoon reflects what is happening at Fox News. I am not making this up either. It amuses me when I still see people dissing Fox for being a right-wing news source. There are many commentators there who remain reliably conservative, but the trend is going in the other direction in the news department. Sad.

Why? Ownership changed some while back.

The socialist convention

YES, BOYS & GIRLS, America’s leftist “convention” begins today with virtually no one in attendance due to the Kung Flu and lack of enthusiasm for their sad candidates.

To put a little hoopla into the situation, here is the delightful Katie Hopkins with her  entertaining take on this momentous week.

How opinions do change

AS WE BLAST further in the presidential campaign season, you’ll be seeing more conservative, political stuff hereabouts. If it’s too much for your sensibilities, I offer these three alternatives for blog posts about life south of the Rio Bravo.

One is Steve Cotton who lives occasionally on the sweltering Pacific coast at Barra de Navidad. You’ll get your doses of Mexican parades, sunsets, food and bugs.

Two is Babs, an old lady who lives in the Gringo-infested burg of San Miguel de Allende. There you’ll get lots of news and photos of her grandchildren because old ladies do that, but she offers fun stuff about Mexico too. You will encounter Trump Derangement Syndrome on occasion, however.

Last but hardly least is Al Lanier who lives outside San Miguel. His blog is very good but, once again, you’ll encounter Trump Derangement Syndrome at times. Al, like me, is a former newspaperman. He’s also a refugee from communist Cuba who now supports the Left in the United States. Latinos can be contradictory and amusing, eh?

As for The Moon, we’ll be back to normal after November 3. That’s not to say that we’re going completely political till then, but there will be plenty of politics due to the hilarious lineup of Democrat hopefuls and the endless fun of the Blond Bomber.

The hole is too deep and full of gold not to mine it.

The top video illustrates beautifully the hypocrisy of leading Democrats over the years on the issue of border control. Then they liked it, now they don’t.

Below is a great take on Democrat candidate Mayor Pete. That vlog is run by a house painter who lives in a mobile home he calls the Hobo Dojo in the Los Angeles cesspool.

It’s his, I believe, second appearance here. Let’s give him a hand!