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Then again it’s just a shot away….

Oooooo the storm is threatening my very life today…

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  • Skorpion March 13, 2020, 4:45 PM

    The Stones’ elegy for Sixties innocence. My favorite tune by them.

  • jwm March 13, 2020, 4:58 PM

    I hear this and see myself sticking a sawed of 12 gauge into the face of some vermin thug, and blowing his head off while escape through the burning city on my Harley with my awesome babe on the back fender hanging on to me for dear life.
    Searching for toilet paper at Costco just doesn’t have the same exciting vibe.


  • ghostsniper March 13, 2020, 5:35 PM

    Walk into Costco wearing a duster, stop inside the door and whip out a 12 ga and say, “Where my shit paper iz?”

  • James ONeil March 13, 2020, 6:00 PM

    “It’s just a shot away.”

    I’ll drink to that.

  • Terry March 13, 2020, 7:13 PM

    Toilet paper my ass. I would not stand in line for ass wipe for a minute. These dumb fools should have saved their corncobs for re-purposing.

    Big bucks in ass wipe at the local flee market. Offered at $15.00 per single roll. Sixty rolls in a large Costco pack offered at $1200.00 (high price to discourage hoarding).

    How to make your precious ass wipe supply last longer: Cut each square into quarters and use one quarter square per dump.

    Vote Biden and you’ll never have to worry about toilet paper again. Dead persons don’t wipe their ass.

    Long live President Trump!

  • Callmelennie March 13, 2020, 9:59 PM


    We need to get this toilet paper thing under control. Otherwise, people are going to re learn why lefthandedness once had such a negative connotation

  • Callmelennie March 13, 2020, 10:12 PM

    I remember watching the opening scene of Scorcese’s “The Departed” in a theater. This opening guitar riff to this song was playing in the background during a flashback-to-the-Sixties scene. And it was as if a key unlocked a entire room of memories of those times.

    That is the greatest opening riff to a rock song EV-uh, if you ask me

  • Nori March 13, 2020, 10:47 PM

    This, and “The Last Time”.

  • jwm March 14, 2020, 4:36 AM

    Up early after a no sleep night again. The return of insomnia. God, I hate it.
    Stores here in So Cal are stripped.
    First it was TP & bottled water.
    Then wipes, Lysol, and hand sanitizer.
    Then Ramen noodles & canned goods.
    I went out at 8:30 last night.
    Meat: stripped
    Potatoes: gone.
    Rice, beans, pasta: gone.

    Shit is getting serious with breath taking speed.
    And it’s all TV generated panic. I still see fools on social media listening to msnbc, and cnn, and blaming it all on Trump.

    And like so many folks, I listened to Remus, but put it off for another day. And I never did buy that gun. Got an old .22 bolt action that hasn’t been fired in my lifetime. Not much good.
    Our stores here at home are small, maybe a weeks worth of food. Maybe.
    The ferals and orcs are out there, too.
    Remembering to pray, own the fear, and not let it turn to panic. I gotta be strong for my wife.


  • Dr. Jay March 14, 2020, 4:36 AM

    “Against stupidity, the gods themselves struggle in vain.” – Friedrich Schiller after shopping at his local Costco.

  • Denny March 14, 2020, 8:33 AM

    “Toilet paper my ass”
    The age that follows post modernism.
    I nominate Terry for the win.

  • ghostsniper March 14, 2020, 1:19 PM

    It’s the skinny fux hoarding all the shit paper cause I got it on good authority the fat fux can’t use it.
    At least not for wiping their bloated anuses, they can’t reach em!
    They shit, get in the shower, grab the shitter brush, scrub that rosebud, rinse, repeat as necessary.
    “It’s all pipes!”

  • Callmelennie March 15, 2020, 2:58 PM

    Hey Coach, I’ve worked “Gimme Shelter” into an entire Peopleskaraoke album side to include “Lay Off The White Cloud” (me), “19th Covid Meltdown”, “I Cant Get No Toilet Paper” (lyrics are stronger than the title)

    Future Attraction: (Aisle) Three Fighting Man

  • Callmelennie March 15, 2020, 3:00 PM