The Truth is Sizzling on Twitter

This won’t take long. My friend Sean has the President on his talk show in a half-hour (Hannity), and I want to check that out, and my drummer’s coming by for a late night session of music! But I wanted to sum up the day, the beginning of a promising week.

It was 65-degrees in Rhode Island, the first sunny day that begged me to go outside and stay there!

I bought tickets to see my favorite band.

I know, you’re shaking your head in disbelief! But I did!

Sugar, in a month!

And the truth is coming to a sizzle in our new world. It was inevitable, and it’s the way it should be. Ashli Babbitt rest in peace! Your death will never be answered, and America will always feel that pain. But through Continue reading “The Truth is Sizzling on Twitter”

Congress Has Been Compromised

Good morning! It’s Friday, and Donald Trump is still the President! Joe Biden is still a liar and many Americans seem to have been hypnotized!

Reading social media has turned into a dangerous experience! It’s gone from unfair to just plain uncool.

So we have to look, now, at the long game.

I don’t know what that is. That’s why I’m writing this Thursday night, and I’m about to go to bed. I have absolutely nothing interesting to say.

This is good, though: Continue reading “Congress Has Been Compromised”

The Free World Supports Donald Trump, While The City That Never Sleeps … Sleeps!

Welcome to 2021 my friends!

You are not alone.

These posts speak for themselves!

As Americans watch a domestic Congressional election and anticipate someone being chosen as US President, the world is also on the edge, and crowds have been gathering to show support for Donald Trump. In many countries he’s considered a savior from an otherwise-inevitable fall to socialism and communism.

Thanks to Nicholas Clamorgan (@Nick_Clamorgan) for his post “The Free World supports @realDonaldTrump!” which is what led us Continue reading “The Free World Supports Donald Trump, While The City That Never Sleeps … Sleeps!”

Tiffany Anderson Twitter Poll Shows Crazy Result

If you’re not a Twitter expert, I’ll fill in some info …

Here’s a screenshot of a poll taken by a Twitter user:

It’s easy to see, Trump is winning, according to this poll! But, really, Mark, what’s it worth? Other polls (many of them) show Biden winning, or a neck to neck race! This is crazy. Stop posting ridiculous things!

But wait! I’ll explain!

Tiffany Anderson has only 303 followers. That’s important, because Continue reading “Tiffany Anderson Twitter Poll Shows Crazy Result”

Joe Biden’s Big Marshmallow Roast

Time for a quick public safety announcement. Just like masks, this is for YOUR OWN good. If you’re smart, you’ll follow my advice.


Fires are hot. Smokey Bear knows.

Alright, c’mon man! Pay attention!


I have to be honest; it’s not just the fire that’s dangerous, it’s people who aren’t careful with fire. Everybody knows it can be dangerous.

Are you still paying attention? C’mon man! (last time, I promise!)

See these marshmallows? Well, marshmallows, even in a field all day soaking in the hot sun, are not very flammable. In fact, they’re often used Continue reading “Joe Biden’s Big Marshmallow Roast”

List of 24 Weird Things (or, What Did You Do on Your Saturday Night?)

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List of 24 Weird Things

These things are weird. They’re all related to historic preparedness, mostly via Obama and Missus Clinton, to change the world, along with a big swell of “the desire to appear good.” The liberal tide of spreading hate began taking a visible form many years-ago, though the visible parts were difficult, if not impossible, to connect to any nefarious purpose, and were always cloaked as “doing good.” These things are all generally Continue reading “List of 24 Weird Things (or, What Did You Do on Your Saturday Night?)”

The History (and Future) of Online Selling for the Small Guy on Amazon and eBay

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I’ve been selling online for over 20-years, ever since my friend, Dave, encouraged me to try eBay. It was sort of a new thing at the time. My previous experience had been disappointing, because the web interface wasn’t working well. But after I tried it again it was better. I could get a sale posting through.

In those twenty years, in retrospect, I’m feeling like I rode the best wave eBay Continue reading “The History (and Future) of Online Selling for the Small Guy on Amazon and eBay”