03 April 2014

April Fool... NOT!

Stilton Jarlsberg, over at Hope n’ Change, has tried to pass the following off as fake news stories. I’m not buying it! I’ve told Dr. J that I know fiction when I see it and read it! These are as real as they get! What's the deal?! We've got the Lamestream Media passing fiction off as news and the REAL STUFF being passed off as fiction. 

Scheech!
Readers -- In the spirit of April Fool’s Day (which, frankly, we think should also be the date on which elections are held, considering the poltroons and simpletons we tend to elect) Hope n’ Change posted a handful of fake news stories on Facebook yesterday. None are true -- but sadly, all are pretty believable. And hopefully, you’ll also find them all funny!
You’ll note the “Barack Obama’s Dead Fly” logo -- that’s a conservative Facebook group with a large following, for whom we occasionally create snarky content. They’re good folks -- check ‘em out on Facebook if you haven’t already!
And now, on with the “breaking news” from April Fool’s Day, 2014...



























































































Speaking of an April Fool joke -- Hey, sHrILLARY!



And I'm STILL wondering...

30 comments:

  1. Nancy Pelosi says that new Biden food coin is good for the economy.

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    1. Ya know those round chocolate candies that are wrapped in tin foil and made to look like silver dollars? Well, Pelosi keeps licking the Biden coins. It can't hurt her, though... she's brain dead already.

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  2. " None are true -- but sadly, all are pretty believable."

    Yes, but given the reality of this jerk, they even understate the situation! Sorry I'm late.

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  3. And John says, "given the reality of this jerk..."

    See?! That's what I'm talking about, John! Besides, you ain't late... I'm just early for next year.

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  4. I do not recognize our nation anymore Marine..sigh.........Have an awesome weekend my friend~!:-)

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    1. Look to the lower right of my reply, Angel, and you'll see ONE of the reasons why you don't recognize our nation anymore.

      Just read your "Dogs: Best Friends..." OUTSTANDING!

      You have an awesome weekend, too, Angel!

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  5. As much as so many American people appear to despise Barack Hussein Obama, I fail to understand why his approval numbers are as high as they are.

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    1. As you know, AOW, polls can be skewed any way that you want them to be. Also, it depends on WHO'S doing the polling. Also-also, lying from the Lamestream Media helps a lot. Also-also-also, ya gotta take into account all the 'non-working 'cause we don't have to 'cause we get a fist-full of Biden dollars to trade for our wide-screen TVs and our dope and we get our free phones and then we get even more Biden dollars for every new potential 'I'm gonna be on the take too' that we spit out.

      Ain't socialism, and the way it works, GREAT or what?!

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  6. I just took a look at the FB page. **smile**

    And bookmarked. Some excellent graphics over there.

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    1. I know I'm missing a lot by not being on FB... but, as it is, the threats of "gonna firebomb su casa, you will be beheaded, infidel" and dealing with the incoming RPGs are about all that I can handle. Patrolling the perimeter, double-checking the M18 Claymores and sleeping with one eye open keeps me pretty busy; I don't think I can do another social media. Bwahahahaha!

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    2. I don't do much political over at FB. I joined to support Decorate A Vet and to keep up the the goings on with my father's side of the family. Dad's side of the family rarely communicates in any way other than FB.

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    3. My wife FBs and you're right, AOW. She (we) find out stuff about the family and friends that we'd never know otherwise... thinking about it, probably things we'd just as soon NOT know.

      Years ago, a buddy of mine wanted me to get on it. I jumped thru all the hoops and got signed on. Within 15 minutes I had something like 12 people that I'd never even heard of, and about the same number of people who I did know (we had never cared a thing about each other to begin with) all wanting to 'Friend' me. I immediately started backward erasing all my info that I could find. Ya can lead an old hoss to water but ya can't make him drink.

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    4. probably things we'd just as soon NOT know

      Just as I joined FB, my youngest cousin on my father's side had a recurrence of cancer. He died within days! Without FB, I couldn't have participated in the final rites as much as I did.

      One more good thing about FB: I've established contact again with some of my former students. People that I hadn't heard from in 20 years! Interestingly, every single one of them turned out just fine -- even those who had some strikes against them (not academically, but rather with some family problems).

      Now, for the down side of FB....Mr. AOW's sister is a flaming leftist -- the only one in the entire family. Reasoning with her is impossible, and that's not a strong enough statement.

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    5. SO sorry about your cousin, AOW. It does this ol heart good to know that you were able to be with the family in their time of need. The miracles of modern technology.

      I guess all families have their Libtards. My sister-in-law is a flaming leftist, too (soooo PROUD to have worked in Obamohammad's reelection campaign! -- GAG!) My brother is probably one, too. He doesn't share his political feelings much, but how can ya be retired from PBS, NPR and having taught college Mass Communications and not be?! They live near Austin, which tells ya A LOT. We see each other, on the average, once a year... which tells ya A LOT, too.

      You've convinced me that I need to do FB. There are so many sites that I want to go to but you have to have a FB account to get into them. Like I've said, my wife has been trying to get me to do it for years and I can (TRY TO) keep it non-political. If it's good enough for you, it's SURE good enough for me.

      On another note -- being a teacher, you may (or, may not) enjoy a little story about teachers. My mother-in-law taught English classes in high school and later taught English Honors classes in the large high school where we are now. She retired as the head of the English Department.

      Earlier in her career, while teaching in a small high school in a neighboring town, she'd gripe and moan about the students who were never gonna amount to anything in life and brag and go on about the ones who would do so well. I love irony. Almost to a person, the people who were gonna tear the world up (according to her) ended up dying with AIDS or clerking in a department store or stocking produce at the local grocery store... or went to prison.

      The 'academically challenged' students went on to become millionaires -- owning their own home construction companies, road construction companies, horse and livestock trailer manufacturing companies, farm and ranch fence companies and wielding fabricating companies. I'm more than proud to say that I know and have had business dealings with each of them. This is the same story about people I grew up with in west Texas... one of us didn't even get to graduate from high school. When confronted with this, we'd get a "Harrumph" from momma-in-law. Needless to say, we don't bring the subject up too much, anymore. And, needless to say, I am NOT one of those in the millionaire classification.

      But, I do love irony.

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    6. I haven't encountered that irony that you mentioned.

      I have worked mostly in private education and homeschooling. Few of our "star students" turned out badly, but one or two did. A few had rough patches, but learned from them and went on to normal lives.

      In my view, being a college graduate doesn't equate with success -- nor does success equate with wealth. Success comes in many forms.

      By the way, one of the biggest losers whom I know is a college grad. By "loser," I mean that he has no ambition whatsoever. In his words: "I will not betray my principles by working for a corrupt system" -- he means capitalism. After less than one semester of college, he came home for Thanksgiving dinner 1988 and spouted off at the dinner table (I was there): "Western civilization is the root of all the evil in the world."

      This man is nearly 44 years old and, as far as I can tell, makes his living as a sort of gigolo, now that the CD store he used to manage closed down. What women see in him is beyond me! He looks like a hippie freak of hippie freaks who dragged his ass home after partying at Woodstock.

      BTW, he comes from the least hippie family in the world: mother a teacher and father a CEO. The other kid in the family is hard-core conservative. Both kids had private education, and the hippie one was the gifted one academically. Go figure!

      PS: If you join Facebook, look me up.

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    7. True that "success comes in many forms," AOW. And, for some reason, the wildest kids are the preachers' sons and daughters (I speak from experience; my uncle was a Baptist minister.)

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    8. My father was a preacher's son -- and a wild child. Oh, the tales he could tell!

      Dad didn't get married for the one and only time until age 39. My mother was the only woman who could "rein" him in. She had that special something.

      Their marriage lasted until death did them part (Mom in 1987), and everyone says that they had the best marriage they had ever seen.

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    9. Having known (and run with) more than a couple of preachers' sons*, I can only imagine what your father must have been like. Happy to hear he finally 'saw the light!'

      *A daughter -- or two -- along the way, too.

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  7. word is out the MO is really a guy- so-
    bho being a girly girl is becoming more believable--
    At first I thought it was Bull -$### but - now- Hmmmm

    Now- back to watching real man ride real bulls - rodeo - you know--
    C-CS

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    1. I've been trying to tell everyone that for... how long's it been now, Carol?!

      YEEES! BULL RIDING! I always made sure I got my horses hayed and fed before PBR came on. Then, we had to move to town and none of the cables carried it. I really do miss it.

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    1. NOTHING'S off topic here, AOW!
      I also left a 'comment' there.
      And thanks for putting me on to the blog. I've added it to my list.

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    2. Mike's America doesn't post every day, but he does have some good commentary and some information that I don't find elsewhere.

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    3. I'd say that he's got the credentials!

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  9. That last cartoon, Mr. Gunny... It just gets depressing and our kids are being poisoned with the liberal mentality stuff. Damn Obummer and his twisted take on society.

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    1. Well, it’s like this... when someone is born a female and the father is dead-set on the child having a sex change, there’s gonna be problems. The problems are compounded when the sex change just doesn’t work out and the female-male is not a female or a male but is sort of a female-male-female. Add into the equation the fact that the her-him-her is jerked up from its home in Kenya and loses its rightful place in becoming the village idiot. That’s gotta be tough, ya know? To top it all off, the she-he-she somehow ends up in Hawaii and can’t figure out if she-he-she is supposed to wear a bikini or swim trunks. The only option is to wear a muumuu dress and that could explain the twisted take on society... and would have to be pretty depressing, too.

      All said and done, I can only hope that she-he-she will someday jam a conch shell thru the left ear, piercing the right eyeball, thus ending this hell-on-earth we’ve been having with her-him-her.

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  10. How about this for 'fake' news.

    incompetent druggie from Kenya is given completely fake identity and voted president of the united states and refuses to substantiate any of the claims made about him by a communist propaganda media.

    Sounds wild don't it?

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  11. If I didn't know better, I'd think you were just making that up, Kid. Nawww... COULDN'T HAPPEN!

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