Sunday Roast: Relax, people

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I find that, lately, I need to find a way to unclench my jaw.  It just seems to keep getting worse.  I dunno why…

Maybe it’s because we live in a world full of fuckwits.

The music of Azam Ali helps.

This is our daily open thread — At least try to relax

38 thoughts on “Sunday Roast: Relax, people

    • Nice. I took a walk along the Willamette river today. There are several man made ponds (overflow from the river) that are home to many different water fowl. And I got to see one of the Bald Eagles that nest above the ponds. It was so refreshing.

  1. There’s this guy with two red Porsches parked in his driveway.
    It was surrounded by Sandhill Cranes pecking away it.
    No one would believe me so, I took a picture of them.
    Apparently red Porsches or just Porsches make Sandhill Cranes angry and they attack them.
    They are not the brightest creatures but it was funny watching them view a red Porsche as a threat and attack it.
    No, I’m not making this up. It happened and it was funny.

    • “It’s just like a rush. You’re revolting from the cops,” he continued. “It’s a blast to do things that you’re not supposed to do.”

      Sigh, ‘utes.’

        • One rioter, Steven French, told the Keene Sentinel that he traveled from Haverhill, Massachusetts to attend the festival because he knew it would be “f*cking wicked.”

          That doesn’t read like the idiot was looking for trouble. Damn whites!

  2. Why is the US a constant candidate for number one dumbass country on the planet?

    The United States Is Number One … but in What?

    A study released in late 2013 reported that the United States had 88 guns for every 100 people, and 40 gun-related deaths for every 400,000 people¯the most of any of the 27 economically developed countries surveyed. By contrast, in Britain there were 6 guns per 100 people and 1 gun-related death per 400,000 people.

  3. Famously known for its stupidity (and to a lesser degree its geographical ignorance), Mississippi goes in to full hysteria over Ebola as parents pull their children from school a school because the principal visited Zambia … which is 3,000 miles away from the Ebola stricken countries.

  4. My thoughts keep wondering what percentage of parents, who do not immunize their children, are gnashing and wailing about Ebola?

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