Monday, February 19, 2024

Flooded airport restrooms! Spilling Coke on a bus! Game day bucket go boom!

Earlier I received an important e-mail that mentioned a bunch of interesting things.

Perhaps key among them is the restroom destructment at the Cincinnati airport a couple weeks ago. A men's room near the idiotic CNBC store had an overflowing toilet with a whole river of pee water running along the wall. Another beethoom was so bad that it was closed.

At a New York airport, a man oafishly spilled coffee all over his wife's phone and luggage.

As if that wasn't enough, a man spilled Coke all over the floor of a sightseeing bus.

More Columbus poo!

Last year was full of Columbus biperoony.

In November, we drove up to the Columbus Zoo. This outing actually gave us 4 photos for my Roads Scholaring collection. So glide over here...

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Masks are forever

My newest Substack entry details how mask mandates built up from being "just for 2 weeks" to being permanent in the course of 4 years...

Tuesday, February 6, 2024

The deadly side of mask mania

My newest Substack entry is about the deadly side of ongoing mask mandates:

Monday, February 5, 2024

It seems to me you lived your life like a celebrity look-alike in the wind...

Earlier I received an important e-mail declaring that an Elton John look-alike was sighted in Uruguay.

Friday, February 2, 2024

Double your displeasure with some school doublethink

School districts in our area have been mired in corporate stupidthink so deeply for so long that if they start the school year after about August 10, it's a big story. But an Iowa district is considering starting its school year before August 23, and families there are angry that it's starting too early. In fact, there appears to be a state law in Iowa prohibiting the school year from starting before August 23.

Kentucky needs to be more like Iowa. A state law to prevent the school year from starting too early might be a very good thing for Kentucky. Summer break is useful for not only recreation but also agriculture and summer jobs. Some public officials and media outlets enjoy bashing small farmers, but farming is a necessary activity. No farms means no food. Central cities that don't have much farming also directly benefit from summer break, as this break allows more opportunities for summer jobs programs.

An argument has emerged lately that year-round school would prevent juvenile crime because schools are the only places that make kids obey. This argument is ridiculous. People should think - not obey. The past 4 years have been filled with enough "obey, obey, obey" garbage to last a lifetime.

Iowa is actually being very equitable and progressive by protecting summer break, while much of Kentucky keeps doing everything that big corporations and the media demand.

The biggest issue these days may be the doublethink surrounding this matter. Many schools were closed for 2 years over COVID, yet those who endorsed these closures are usually the same people who demand year-round school the rest of the time. They support two contradictory ideas. They want schools closed when they should be open, yet they want schools open when they should be closed. We have seasons for a reason. Seasons are nature's way of saying what's intended and what isn't. Why do you think city pools are open in July but not January? For humor?

Perhaps it's time for Kentucky to join several other states in passing a law that says the school year can't start too early.

Coney has it...your money, that is!

Coney Island amusement park in Cincinnati was known for decades for amenities like Sunlite Pool, which the park claimed was the world's biggest recirculating swimming pool. It all came crashing down recently when the park was purchased by Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, which announced it would tear down the park and replace it with a $118 million music venue. This is despite the fact that Cincinnati has plenty of music venues - many of which don't get much use as it is, because a lot of music acts won't come to Cincinnati because of past hostile actions against performers.

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is plowing ahead with its plans while arrogantly ignoring the public outcry.

It's bad enough that this is allowed to take place. It's bad enough that they won't at least keep Sunlite Pool. But it gets worse! Imagine that! A group of business "leaders" is now demanding that the state of Ohio give Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra $20 million in taxpayer money for this dumb project. All for free. No strings attached.

So not only is a ridiculous, useless project that will destroy one of the region's most popular recreation sites moving forward. Not only is the resulting outcry being completely brushed aside. Taxpayers may also end up being robbed to pay for it.

It's like being forced to build your own coffin.

Thursday, February 1, 2024

More and more mask hysteria!

The vigilantism, violence, and racism of forced maskers is described in my latest Substack entry, along with officials' digging in on mask mandates at weddings. By necessity, this is a long, long entry, so hang on...

A person bunkerooed at Popeyes

Today at the Popeyes in Alexandria, some old man ripped an LAP bunker blast.

Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Have no fear, the February ish is here!

Welcome to February - also known as Febrewery. That means it's time for the February issue of The Last Word!

This ish talks about a person wasting Bubble Tape at a public New Year's party, a flatulent animal called an akbab, road atlases getting ruined by Scotch tape, TV Guides getting moldy, and more!

So point your pooper here...

Lest that doesn't work, slide on over here...

Friday, January 26, 2024


Science! My latest Substack entry covers some brand new COVID stupidity, including a Rhode Island plan to impose masks even in "an absence of scientific evidence"...

Wednesday, January 24, 2024

Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and masks

My latest Substack entry is about the ridiculousness of mask mandates at sporting events, amusement parks, outdoor concerts, and more...

Wednesday, January 17, 2024

More mask hysteria

My latest Substack entry discusses failed mask mandates like those that afflicted American mass transit...

Thursday, January 11, 2024

The media is gonna keep lying? I'm gonna keep calling them out

My newest Substack entry talks about the media's latest COVID lie and more about society's restructuring...

I got a fever of 100.1...

I had the flu starting Sunday and continuing through yesterday, and it was bad.

The only major symptom was a high fever that was at least 100.1° F. But this was bad enough. I was so weak from this that I couldn't sit at my computer for more than a few minutes at a time.

Now, back to work!

Saturday, January 6, 2024

No Democratic candidate for House

How corrupt and right-wing is the Democratic Party in northern Kentucky?

For the first time in living memory, the party is refusing to field a candidate for U.S. House in Kentucky's 4th District, which is our district. The seat is currently occupied by Rep. Thomas Massie, a Republican. Massie has taken some rather unusual positions for a Republican lately, even opposing the fascist Patriot Act and Real ID. Other than that, however, he's pretty right-wing on most issues.

In recent years, local Democrats have refused to run a candidate for many important posts. Their excuse is always that if the Democrats had a candidate, it would encourage Republicans to show up and vote against them, which might sway other races. Seriously, they said that. But what has actually been going on is that Democratic insiders have been meeting with Republican insiders behind closed doors to make backroom deals to not run candidates. You'll occasionally see a Democrat run unopposed too. But just not nearly as much.

We know this for a fact. A good example was the race for Campbell County Circuit Court Clerk in 2018. It was believed that any Democrat could have won the race for that 6-year term. A potential candidate with unassailable experience in the public and private sectors and forward-thinking policy stances stepped up and was told by party "leaders" that this race already had a candidate. But that wasn't true. There was no candidate. The Republican wound up running unopposed.

How are Democratic "leaders" handling the current U.S. House race? It's too late for a major party candidate to file. Instead, party bosses want Democratic voters to vote in the Republican primary and elect a congressperson that way. But they can't. Kentucky is a closed primary state. Voters can only vote in their own party's primary, and the deadline for voters to change their party registration has passed. Even if it was an open primary, there's still no way the Democrats could win that seat, because they don't have a candidate.

The Democrats are also refusing to field a candidate in the 5th District.

It appears as if independents have until April 1 to file to run, so - not for the first time - we'll have to rely on independents to save us.

The lack of a Democratic candidate is not really a big loss these days, ever since the Democrats decided to become the party of child abuse and lockdowns. They chose a hill to die on - even refusing to renominate elected Democratic officials who dissented - and these abusers will get absolutely no help from me. Democrats will not lift a finger for universal healthcare or expanding Social Security. But they will send the Department of Homeland Security after you if you stand up for your children against being waterboarded at school.

A vote for Democrats today is a vote for Real ID, Big Pharma, closed national parks, more war, dangerous nuclear power, child abuse, and more lockdowns. They are not the party they were in 1991, and they will hear about it from me from now until the end of time. When children's well-being is at stake, I don't mess around.

Not in a toilet, in a bubble gum! (Bubble Gum Weekend)

You're gonna laugh, because I'm about to mention bubble gum.

Many years ago, this bit of ridiculousness was all over American television...

That's a commersh for the chocolate mint flavor of Bubblicious dated 1986. And is it ever silly!

It shows a bunch of people at a soda counter doing a goofy dance and blowing bright green bubs. They show up to embarrass some nerdy teenager about his chocolate mint soda order.

I remember seeing this ad and bursting out laughing! Fifteen years after it aired, people were still talking about it on the Internet.

A couple years before it aired, parts of this commersh would have been seen as scenic and interesting. But by 1986, it was viewed as overblown and gaudy.

But people bubbled.

Thursday, January 4, 2024

L.A. Times lies again

I have yet another new Substack entry, this one to counter the latest lie put out by the Los Angeles Times...

Tuesday, January 2, 2024

Media madness

I have a brand new Substack article that touches on the American media's promotion of totalitarian COVID propaganda...

Monday, January 1, 2024

So it's just a conspiracy theory, huh?

My latest Substack entry is about a city that just enacted a brand new COVID lockdown today...

But it just may be a celebrity look-alike you're lookin' for...

Last night, I went to the Fountain Square "bash" to ring in 2024. It was as tame as ever.

But I did see 3 celebrity look-alikes: Billy Joel, K.C., and Lisa Loeb. The K.C. look-alike was the funniest, as he was even wearing the wide-collared polyester suit.

Also, a person wosted Bubble Tape. This is a perfect story for the next Last Word.

In addition, a woman was in such a festive mood in the run-up to midnight that she bubbled.

Saturday, December 30, 2023

Have no fear, the January ish is here!

Life wouldn't be life if we didn't put out a sparkling new ish of The Last Word!

Our new January ish talks about the ransomware attack on a local school system, people being kicked out of amusement parks, the shrinking lifespan of electric razors, more ruined stamp collections, and more!

So point your pooper here...

If that doesn't work, bip on over here...

Friday, December 29, 2023

Mission creep

My latest Substack entry talks about mission creep surrounding COVID social controls...

Thursday, December 28, 2023

Kathy Hochul (an idiot) vetoes noncompete bill

What an idiot!

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has amassed a record of failure, and now it's continuing as she has vetoed a bill passed by lawmakers that would have banned noncompete agreements that hamstring workers.

Hochul's goal was to appease Wall Street, which had fiercely attacked the bill.

One of the worst governors in America (outside New Mexico) strikes again!

Friday, December 22, 2023

More lockdown racism

My latest Substack entry is a short one that deals with new developments that show lockdowns were at odds with social justice...

Monday, December 18, 2023

Hindsight is 2021 too!

My latest Substack entry covers assorted acts of COVID fascism that persisted into 2021 or later...

Friday, December 15, 2023

Google drops Usenet support

Usenet used to be the armpit of not just the Internet but of all of society. But, compared to the heavily censored social media sites of today, it's looking pretty good now. The harassment isn't as bad on today's social media as it used to be on Usenet, but the censorship is far, far worse - even though Usenet wasn't free of censorship itself.

Usenet is public. Social media sites are privately owned. That's one advantage Usenet has.

But now that some have expressed a renewed interest in Usenet because of the bottomless Big Tech censorship on social media, Google has now decided to end Usenet support. Starting in February, Google will no longer support posting new messages on Usenet or archive new Usenet content. Yet its archive of past Usenet content - which is full of forged posts, spam, and other garbage - will of course remain. Google refuses to allow users to delete their own content from this archive, much less remedy forged posts. It won't even post a disclaimer warning readers that much of it is fake.

Got that? Google promoted Usenet when it was the worse alternative, but is now dropping it as more people consider it superior. Is this Opposite Day or something?

Who is putting Google up to this? The federal government colluded with Twitter and Facebook to censor "disinformation" about COVID. I suspect that's what's going on here.

Monday, December 11, 2023

Hindsight is 2020

My latest Substack entry is long, but it covers a lot of lockdown fascism from 2020, including canceled festivals and funerals, limits on protests, and health problems that occurred because people weren't allowed to visit a doctor...

Friday, December 8, 2023

Putin look-alike sighted at eye doctor

I've just received an important text message declaring that a Vladimir Putin look-alike was seen at a local eye doctor.