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.”

The second 3-day weekend of 2023. My plans are quite simple — a good book, a nice fire and a warm cat … or warmer man. Though with the latter I won’t get to my book much. Hmmmm… decisions decisions.

Now don’t you blush on my account, dears. Take a nice sip of champagne and let’s get to what’s been going on this last week.


I have a few questions of my own, too

Ummm …

Now far be it from me to point out that a lot of what passes for public-funded art is more excremental than not. But so literally?


Another advertisement for homeschooling

Dears, when I hear the phrase “poor judgement”, I think of things like chopping hot peppers bare-handed or accidently regifting that unused fondue pot back to Aunt Doris who gave you it in the first place. I don’t think 11 year olds on stripper poles.

A trip from a Michigan school district brought students to a restaurant with an attached lounge that included stripper poles, according to a trustee on the school board, who called the incident an example of “poor judgment.”

The incident highlighted by Libs of TikTok Twitter account, showed middle school students pole dancing.

This incident happened last November and yet the district refused to address it.

I’d say the teacher isn’t the only one engaged in poor judgement.


Back to the kitchen and shut-up, ladies!

Even in the 1950s a man would be arrested for exposing himself to woman. Make that a teen-aged girl and the pervert would have longed to be arrested rather than being tracked down by dad and friends. But 2023? Shame the girl.

A California teen cried as she recalled seeing “a naked man” in her local YMCA, telling the city council in her San Diego suburb she’d been traumatized by the experience with the person she described as a trans woman. (snip)

Philips said she was reprimanded by YMCA staffers who told her the trans woman had every right to be in the YMCA female changing rooms, the Daily Mail said.

Women’s facilities may be used by anyone in California now that state law says people must be allowed to use facilities that align with their gender identity.(snip)

“I was made to feel as if I had done something wrong,” she said. “The indecent exposure of a male to a female minor was an inconvenience to them.”

Families should either skip the pro-sex-fetish YMXA or be prepared to chaperone their kids in the locker room and take immediate action against the dick-waving pervs.



Your Sunday Smile

As my grandmother would say, this is a hoot!


Glad we finished up with a good belly laugh, friends. Until next Sunday, take a moment each day to count your blessings, laugh at the absurdities, and don’t feed the trolls.


featured image – original graphic by Darleen Click

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  • Cameron says:

    The MLK statue reminds me of when I lived in San Jose and there was a BIG deal made about the Quetzalcoatl statue that was being built. It was going to be a monument for the ages! It was going to Celebrate Diversity!™ and pay homage to the murderous religion of the Aztecs. The end result was a coiled dog turd with vaguely serpentine features.

    Getting really tired of the sexualizing of children that schools are supporting. Homeschooling is a good idea but firebombing the houses of the administrators and teachers who do this should be a viable option for the parents that want to keep their kids in public schools.

    And that song was absolutely hilarious. A good start to the morning. Thank you.

  • Cameron says:

    And on the topic of the YMCA story: The father of that girl went to the Sheriff’s office and was told to have his daughter shower somewhere else. Typical liberals: Their discrimination is the “good” kind.

  • George V says:

    There’s plenty of sexualizing of children in schools, no doubt, but in this case maybe it was not a deliberate act. School field trip, time to eat, stop for pizza – oops, no room in the restaurant for a big group of kids, hey the restaurant says we can sit in the empty area next door…. and the next thing you know girls are twirling around the stripper poles.

    I’m not ready to nail the teacher for this one yet, but I will gladly nail the board for trying to cover it up. And yes, the teacher also if an investigation indicates this was their deliberate choice of where to eat.

    When I was kid no one would know why there are poles in the restaurant. I think the sadder part for our society is that 11 year old girls know what a stripper pole is.

    • Cameron says:

      I’m not exactly inclined to accept excuses from the school. It was a deliberate choice as evidenced by the fact they covered it up. Mind you, I’m willing to be proven wrong but I doubt that’s going to happen.

  • Anna A says:

    Elsewhere on the internet, someone was praising the sculpture of MLK jr, but noted that it makes more sense with the picture that was the inspiration of the artist.

    If it has to be explained that clearly, then it isn’t good art.

  • S.Lynn says:

    Hot mug of coffee, shot of Baileys, shot of Kahlua, splash of Frangelica. Yum. Can even top with whipped cream.

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