- I don’t blame Will Smith for hitting the guy. If I were in a similar situation, I’d do the same.
- The media made entirely too much of it. It would seem anyone who watches a few hours of news a day have seen the replay ten to fifteen times. That is about 8 or 9 times too many.
- The academy should take the hint. It has been decades since anyone has talked this much about the Oscar Awards. Maybe they should have 2 or 3 cage fights during the next awards featuring actors. At least one of the fights should be between women. It doesn’t much matter if they are real or not; it would do wonders for the ratings. It just shows to go, most everyone likes to see a good show or fight. It doesn’t really make much difference.
- They could sell DVRs of it showing various angles. It might have more success than their movies.
- Afterwards, everyone can go home and eat pizza as they all talk about it. That would be the best part.
Category Archives: Pizza
False Flag Operation
Over and over we hear about a possible false flag operation to come out of Russia. I don’t know. It sort of seems plausible. I SOP for Russians. I know because I have seen it a number of times. At the time they used Pravda to try to convince the world. In some situations, they have used the New York Times, who were more than willing accomplices.
However, it is not my purpose to talk of Russian false flags. Indeed, I just might be wrong but that whole January 6 operation might have been a false flag operation. The FOCs certainly are not above such antics. Moreover, it does have a number of the FOC earmarks.
I saw videos of men encouraging the operation. They were there and now they aren’t. Though they are on videos, no one seems to want to talk to them. If anyone did talk to them, no one wants to say.
They certainly took max advantage of the situation. They have illegally incarcerating people, many for over a year without trial. They have launched a false investigation into anyone and every who knows President Trump…without any evidence. The fourth amendment has no bearing. Even worse, the defendants have no right to discovery. That sounds illegal to me. Sort of sounds like the trials held in places like Venezuela. Sort of looks like a kangaroo court, if I have ever seen one. It’s the sort of thing done by back-wood sheriffs and judges you see in the movies all the time.
Moreover, there were no efforts by Nancy to stop the crowd, though she had to know about them, she refused the help of the National Guard.
Finally, the most incriminating. Police seemed to be beckoning them to enter, even waving to the crowd to enter. No one seemed to try to stop them from entering. No one held up a hand and said stop, please. I saw one policeman running up some stairs a number of times. My first thought was that he was running for his life. As I studied it more closely, he looked more like a tour guide.
Certainly, I don’t put it past the FBI to be part of it. Look what they did for four years, illegally with no proof to President Trump.
However, time continues to march by. In a few months Nancy will lose her gavel and then they will conduct a real investigation into to it all.
Hint, Nancy: You just might want to buy a ticket to China. We won’t be able to touch you and I am sure they will welcome you. On the other hand, she just might have to give up her favorite flavor of ice cream.
Nowadays, when I want a good quick pizza, I head for Subway. I know. It’s a place that makes sandwiches but they make personal size pizzas too. More than than that, it only takes them a few minutes.
Last night, I ordered one for my wife and one for me. I left the place with pizzas and drinks in hand in about 10 minutes. Some of that was spent at the register and filling the drinks.
They do call them personal size, but I could barely finish mine and my wife ate about half of hers. In our youth, we would have had to order 3 pizzas. Nowadays we have drastically cut back on our eating. (Oddly, we still gain weight.)
At any rate, they were both pepperoni. Mine had bell peppers, onions and olives on it. If either of us had wanted more, they had a wide selection of things they could have piled on them. It is kind of a secondary advantage. They make it to taste, though I guess the pizzerias likely do have a little more of a selection.
After they were prepared, the woman working there popped them in the oven. About two minutes later, they came out piping hot.
By the way, the price was decent too, a little over $10.00.
So the next time you want a personal size pizza, you might want to consider going to a place that makes sandwiches.
Side note: I neither work for nor was I paid in any way for this. I just think when I find a good thing, I should let others know about it.
When to Quit
Some folks just don’t don’t know when to quit.
I ordered a pizza over the internet and ever since I received two emails a day from them in an attempt to get me to order more. Surprise! It didn’t work. They angered me so much that I now go elsewhere for my pizzas. (Did you know Subway makes a very good personal sized pizza? By the way, it only takes a minute or two.)
I ordered a few books from Books a Million on line. Now, twice a day they keep sending me messages expecting me to order more. I wonder how long it will take them to find out that is contra-productive. Not only that, it angered me. Not only that, it discourages from ordering anything on line.
They have a little procedure to go through that is supposed to get them to discontinue. Guess what? It doesn’t work. I tried it. I think it just encouraged them to send more. Henceforth, their messages will go in my junk folder. Even before, I didn’t read their ads. Now I won’t even see them.
I had a plumber come out and fix some stuff in my house. They did a good job, so the next time I had a problem, I called them. The woman that answered the phone wanted me to sign up for a yearly plan. I told her forget the plan; I just want my pipes fixed.
She was stubborn. She kept trying to sell the plan. I hung up and called another plumber. The one did nice work but they simply didn’t know when to quit with the sales gimmicks.
Perhaps, maybe, possibly, one of the best things a person running a company can learn about advertising is just when to quit. Sometimes, too much is just too much.
By the way, I still don’t buy My Pillow products. I don’t even watch the ads. I change the channel or fast forward through them. I’ve had some practice at it and I’m getting good at it. However, it does just make me wonder just what kind of an advertising budget the guy has. My guess is that most of it is wasted. Yet, he is the one with the big corporation and I am the one living on my Social Security. I wonder what that says.
I’m of Two Minds
Which is best?
1. Dismiss the case against President Trump immediately. After all, they have not truly charged him with so much as one crime. After the case is dismissed, the Senate could call witnesses exposing the so-called whistle blower and Joe Biden.
2. Allow a full scale trial to go on with witnesses. The dummycrats have far more to lose with witnesses. After all, their presidential front runner just might be exposed of committing the very thing they are accusing the president of, abuse of power and quid-pro-quo. Indeed Joe Biden could end up in jail. Now that could be embarrassing.
Either way, I suspect President Trump would be the biggest beneficiary. He just might end up running all fifty states. Then again, probably not. Sadly, California and New York are too far gone. They would rather vote for a mass murderer than for President Trump. It just must be something in the water they drink.
I guess my preference is for choice 1, though it is really a tough choice.
Oh. By the way. Regardless of the means and methods, they really should serve pizza to the senators during the trial. I will help keep them awake.
Perhaps one of man’s worst inventions is the drive-through. I sit there in line and wait for someone to take my order at the counter and watch five orders go out through the drive-through window. It just isn’t right. They always put their highest priority on the drive-through window. …and by the way, that is also where they put their best employees.
I know why they do it. It is where they make their big money. We have a Chick Filet nearby and the drive through generally has at least twenty cars waiting there to get their food. Okay. The cars aren’t waiting for the food. It is the people in them that are hungry. At least their counter staff is fast and efficient. Even when the place is packed, I rarely have to wait but a few minutes to order my food. The problem with them is finding a table. (The place usually is packed.)
I learned a trick with them. I park in a large parking lot next to the place. If I don’t I just about can’t get out because of those trying to get in. Besides, it does little good trying to find a place to park in their parking lot. Large though it might be, it is usually full.
One thing I don’t understand is why the dummycrats don’t try to outlaw drive-throughs. I think of all the other things they try to outlaw and it really makes me wonder. After all, they were the ones that made McDonald’s get rid of the extra large drinks. (Now that was dumb. Now I have to go back and fill my Diet Coke up three times instead of twice.)
At any rate, drive-throughs are very bad for the environment. Cars sit there and idle, maybe for half an hour. That is a lot of carbon dioxide they spew out while their owners wait for their food. Besides, it wastes fuel. I just wonder how many barrels of oil are used just to allow drivers to sit in their air-conditioned cars while waiting for their food.
For that matter, why do the owners insist on waiting in their cars? I have half a suspicion that most of them are dummycrats. After all, none of them are complaining yet. Moreover, they are likely the ones that are too lazy to walk a few yards from their cars into the restaurant. (By the way, they don’t usually have to give up their air-conditioning but for a few seconds. Most restaurants are air-conditioned.) For some reason, they like to sit in their big SUV’s or pickups and glare at the rest of us for daring to use their precious resources. …and of course, complain about the big drinks we buy.
Naturally, I just might be wrong, but if the drive-throughs were outlawed, I suspect that it would be the dummmycrats that would yell the loudest. There would be an exception though. Those that live in big cities mostly don’t use drive-throughs. Mostly, they don’t drive. Mostly, they just like to raise the taxes on the rest of us who do and use it on their buses and trains.
I don’t know New York City too well. The only time I was there I spent a couple of hours looking out the windows of an airport waiting for a connecting flight. However, I would guess, in the city proper, there aren’t many drive-throughs. I suppose there are a few walkups. It might seem odd to some, but I have seen a few walkups around here, though it was a drugstore.
I think about the craziest I saw was a drive-through pizza place. To me, that simply does not make sense. After all, it does take roughly twenty minutes to make a decent pizza. None the less, it was late and they closed their dining room and counter so all pizzas had to be ordered at the drive-through window. Needless to say, I took one look at that and found somewhere else. I wasn’t about to wait until my turn to order my pizza and then wait for the pizza, all the time with my engine idling. Considering it was near freezing outside, I wasn’t about to wait without the warmth of my heater either.