There are at least ten different places to “compose blog entry,” but I always go through the most time consuming click-combination possible . . . I just keep doing it the way I first did it and never try anything new. Unfortunately this applies to a lot of my steps and missteps in life and in blogging and may even explain why I’m doing yet another Leno’s Headlines thing. They amuse me. They amuse my good friend Lisa. And they amuse some of you (or so you tell me). So I’m picking out headlines, saying something sarcastic/cynical/silly about them and then letting you take a look at the headline, too. Just like always. Hope you like it . . . again.
Some of us are frustrated with our politicians, wondering why they seem to think that the same rules and laws that apply to ordinary folk just don’t apply to them . . . .
Um, maybe because they don’t?
And fat cats at these big corporations are no better, right? I mean . . .
lay off 74 workers . . . well, maybe the company is floundering, it can’t be helped, they’re broke. Or let’s read the next piece of business news . . .
Oh! Well, thank God that Johnston will be doubling his salary now that the “loss” has been narrowed (by all those layoffs? hmmmm). Okay, that wasn’t funny.
But check out this one . . .
Now that’s a guy you WANT singing at your party; he even uses his (drum roll, please) mouth to sing!
Sometimes I’m just embarrassed, really I am, by the irony of ignorance:
“Are” country? Speak English? Please don’t hold up signs declaring your love of the language until you’ve had them proofread by someone who speaks it. Ugh.
Math, as you know, is not my forte, but . . .
even I can work out that 30 doesn’t go into 100 four times! And this is the American Bankers Association Education Foundation? Rolling eyes, sighing, and feeling just a teensy bit sick to my stomach on that one.
Okay, now this is the beginning of a beautiful . . .
. . . expensive, rancorous, drawn out, hate-ridden divorce. Don’t ya think?
And now for something actually funny:
And this one just slays me . . . gotta love a punny ad:
And you have to wonder if they meant it to be punny.
You know how much I love it when the caption just does not go with the photo:
According to whom? All the little fishies?
And this one, I roared over . . .
Oh, wait, the roaring wasn’t me; it was the fire moving in on this home. No wonder the owners are “very motivated” to sell: it certainly won’t “last long.”