Sunday Morning Cafe Cocktails

Sunday Morning Cafe Cocktails

Sunday Morning Cafe Cocktails

Mimosa, Bloody Mary, nice flute of champagne — or maybe a favorite tipple in your coffee. Make yourself one and, as Dorothy Parker once said, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, come sit by me.”

Greetings, friend. Why yes, that’s a Mimosa I took the liberty to get for you. But it’s just a tad more. The barkeep was able to secure some POG juice. You know, that heavenly Hawaiian concoction of passion fruit, orange and guava nectar. Straight up it’s delicious, in a flute with champagne? Sublime.

Here we are, the Sunday before Thanksgiving and Maricopa County is still mucking around with ballots. Stupidity or malice, you decide. We have some other items to look back on this week …


It’s deja vu all over again

And not one person who lost a job or friends or custody over questioning the wuhan jab’s side effects will ever receive an apology.

Of the hundreds of millions of Covid vaccine doses given in the U.S. since late 2020, there have been around 1,000 reports of vaccine-related myocarditis or pericarditis in children under age 18, primarily young males, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

It’s particularly precious to read NBC’s piece where it is just chock full of the same kind of this doesn’t happen often so no need to worry your pretty little head about it schtick we’ve seen for two years now. You can almost hear them …



Puberty blockers have side effects? Who knew?

Annnnnd, ladies and gentlemen, just like the nugget above … all the TRANSPHOBIC ALT-RIGHT RACIST TERFS who have lost their jobs or friends … you know the drill … here we go again.

The Times reported that “reviews of scientific papers and interviews with more than 50 doctors and academic experts around the world” reveal the estrogen- and testosterone-suppressing blockers can “affect the bones, the brain and other parts of the body.”

For instance, bone mass “surges” during puberty, but while on blockers “bone density growth flatlines,” according to the Times-commissioned analysis. That “could lead to heightened risk of debilitating fractures earlier than would be expected from normal aging.”

And then there’s the fact that puberty blockers are not merely a delay to give “time” to determine one’s “gender”—such treatments “could force life-altering choices, other doctors warn, before patients know who they really are.”

Any real reporter out there willing to ask if she is still committed to criminalizing parents who oppose having their child medicalized in the name of trans? Any reporter?



Democrats voted for this

It’s pretty sad to think things will have to get worse before the Left either gives up or people finally throw them out.

Days after a terrifying attempted robbery at gunpoint where a photographer wrestles with masked men to keep his camera gear, other photographers are speaking out, declaring they no longer will hold photoshoots in San Franciso.

The Dallas-based photographer targeted in the attack the afternoon of on November 9, did not want to be identified but says he was pistol-whipped and was “freaked out” and tried to console the wedding party where “the bride was crying the whole time.”

That same day, another photographer’s belongings were stolen at gunpoint at the same location…on the very same day.

The last Republican mayor of San Francisco was in 1964.


Sunday Cafe advice for Thanksgiving

No no, this is not how you do it.

It would seem the silly season has started early. (snip)

Even though I’m semi-capable of pulling together a seasonal soirée, frankly I’d rather have root-canal therapy than be the designated host. (snip)

For a start, you’ll be completely bamboozled by what to serve because you have to cater to everybody’s highly evolved dietary requirements. Gluten free, lactose free, nitrate free… honestly, how the hell did cavemen and women survive without an oat milk latte and a protein bar to snack on?

Now, listen up, darlings. Whatever the occasion for hosting a dinner party in your home you must always remember, you’re the host and your home is not a restaurant. This kind of obsessive catering to everyone’s narcissistic fad dietary demands is what, in my humble opinion, has led to the death of the dinner party. Maybe even the family dinner.

If you must, write this on a dozen post-it notes and distribute it throughout your household. My home is not a restaurant. And outside of providing an extra dish or two to accommodate an allergy or religious requirement, you detail your menu when you invite your guests and they can decide to attend or not. VOILA, you cook what you want, serve it at the time of your choosing and, if anyone whines, you don’t invite them to the next soiree.

Darlings, have courage! Or blame it on me. Whatever works, you’ll regain control and enjoyment. We need dinner parties to make a comeback.


Dad moves

I vacillate between finding it charming or cringey. Thoughts?


Whatever your plans for Thanksgiving — huge group shindig or intimate dinner — let me offer you my prayers and good thoughts for a day of warmth, gratitude and, above all else, fun. Eat, drink, be merry and I’ll see you next Sunday.

featured Sunday Cafe image, original graphic by Darleen Click

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1 Comment
  • GWB says:

    Puberty blockers have side effects?
    It’s not so much the side effects that bother me, but the intended effects.

    tried to console the wedding party where “the bride was crying the whole time.
    I can almost guarantee she voted for it. So, tough, sweetheart.

    The last Republican mayor of San Francisco was in 1964.
    Note that it didn’t take 60 years for people to notice. All of the Dirty Harry movies are set in the environment of said Republicans no longer being in charge. And what we now call “wokism” is Harry’s adversary at every turn.

    because you have to cater to everybody’s highly evolved dietary requirements.
    No, actually, you don’t. Cook a variety of healthy(ish) foods and ask relatives/friends with true special needs to help you out by bringing something they can eat and share. (Putting together a breakfast casserole for a group with lactose intolerant folks in it was truly difficult. But I managed it.)

    Even with all of that, I have reason for Thanksgiving, and some of that is because I live in America, as a free American. I aim to keep it that way.

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