Shock Headline: Rising Numbers Are On The Increase.

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


But no shock that today is another Pun Day!

Enjoy or endure!!




Just opened my Electric bill and my Water bill at the same time.

I was completely shocked.



The man who invented Velcro has died.





Keifer Sutherland was held up by Homeland Security

when he flew into LA airport for the

filming of the first episode of a new TV series.

They asked him the purpose of his visit and he said,

“I’m here to shoot a pilot.”

Keifer Sutherland with gun action shot


My great uncle was so stubborn,

when he died, he left a won’t.

so stubborn


“You make a very good cuppa,” she said.

“It’s my special tea,” I replied.

cup of tea



I fell down a really deep dark hole today.

I just couldn’t see that well.



There are countless films without Dracula in them.

dracula risen-fangs


Just read a really sad story about how

blind people get used to new surroundings…

Touching stuff.

blind people touching


I’ve decided to stop wearing my glasses.

It makes me look harder.

Worker looking forward, covering eyes from the sun


 A rule of grammar:

double negatives are a no-no.



So here I am trekking through the woods……

hang on, bear with me

trekking through the woods


Weighing an elephant is just like weighing a human.

But on a much bigger scale.

Weighing an elephant


I asked my boss if I could leave half an hour early the other day.

He said, ” Only if you make up the time.”

I said, ” OK. It’s 35 past 50.”         



I work in McDonald’s and a customer was rude to me today,

so I got him back by not putting any Coke in his drink.

Just ice was served.         

glass of ice cubes


Brian May is a slightly more optimistic version of Brian Cant.         






“Nobody Move…….”

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”



A short Sunday Sermon on Wednesday – yes things are that confused!


If it were a scene from the movie Blazing Saddles, like the one above, it would be funny.

But it’s a scene from Washington DC, the capital of the most powerful nation on earth – and it is pathetic!

Yet again we have seen ‘democracy’ at work.

Yet again we have seen people thrown out of work as a result of the imbeciles in Washington DC.

Yet again the Senate and the House are in gridlock over the paper exercise of raising the debt ceiling so that America can continue to spend money it does not have on things it does not need.

Obamacare cartoon

The Republicans are focused on just one of the things America can’t afford and that’s Obamacare.

The President and the Democrats have dug their heels in and won’t compromise in any way shape or form. They are calling the Republicans stubborn.

The Republicans have a completely different argument. They are calling the President and the Democrats stubborn.

The Democrats claim that the Republicans are destroying the nation and don’t care about the sick and needy. 

The Republicans claim that the Democrats have no fiscal responsibility and don’t understand anything about the budget.

House Republicans voted in favor of an amendment to the spending bill that would delay ObamaCare’s individual mandate for one year. The vote was 228-201.

The Senate then promptly rejected the House bill and sent it back.

My Dad is better than your Dad.

No he isn’t.

Yes he is.

No he isn’t.

Yes he…… and on and on it goes!

A couple of kids in the playground might be excused for such behavior. Elected representatives cannot.

My Dad is better than your Dad


The result?

For the first time in seventeen years Federal agencies have been ordered to “execute plans for an orderly shutdown,” meaning around 800,000 federal workers will be furloughed immediately and another million or so, including Border Patrol agents and air traffic controllers, will be asked to work without pay.

America has held a gun to its own head and made itself a laughing stock throughout the rest of the world.

Harsh words perhaps, but true.

But there are always positives in everything, if one looks hard enough.

What this latest debacle has raised is the very important question of whether or not America really needs a government and bureaucracy as big as the one it currently has? 

If you have any sympathy at all with the theme of this blog, the “Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy” both of which have been highlighted during the past few days, then your answer to that question should be NO!