The man knows how to do sexy time.
But that is to be expected as he is known far and wide as a good cluck.
In a recent article in Bounding Into Comics we learn that the "New Superman" has done away with the "American Way" in his catch phrase. I am sure you remember it from the old TV series with the great George Reeves in which he strives to fight for "Truth, Justice and the American Way." The new Superman is his son Jonathan Kent and he has dropped any consideration of America in his thinking. In fact he is ashamed of America and hates it along with capitalism and the norms that made this country great.
This is a common problem with many aspects of American Life. The reason why it bothers so many of us is that comics were a big part of our growing up. We all loved Batman and Spiderman and Superman. We went to the movies and watched the TV shows and bought the comics. The 1950's Superman show was on everyday in the sixties. You would come home from school and catch it being replayed all the time. Now the powers that be are using their influence on the younger generation to instill hatred of America, capitalisms, Christianity and heterosexuality in their readers. Old heroes are changed into different genders and sexual preferences all in the name of political correctness. They can't invent new characters for these groups they can only destroy old ones. That is what liberalism is. Destruction of the pillars of our society. What made America great. Like Superman.
There isn't much you can do. Of course you could not spend money on their offerings which many will do and is the reason why the box office and television ratings have tanked. Independent comic book writers have begun to offer their own takes which are much more traditional and family friendly. Vox Day the blogger and publisher of Castalia House has begun publishing the work of old hands like Chuck Dixon which are worth your time if you are a comics fan. I know most of you are well past reading comics but you can recommend them to your grand kids and get them on the right path instead of reading the woke drivel that passes for comics these days.
I never thought I would see the day when Superman would hate America.
It's Shark Week in the canals of Buttonwood Harbor in Florida as hundreds of coastal sharks have come from the harbor into the canals that dot this residential community.
You see it is the Red Tide. No not the communist congress people led by AOC but the algae that spreads and sucks all the oxygen out of the water and kills the fish.
Personally I blame COVID.
NY Post August 3, 2021
Disturbing new video released by the NYPD shows a pair of callous thieves yanking a man from his wheelchair and robbing him in the Bronx.
The duo targeted the 36-year-old victim around 7:30 p.m. Saturday on Third Avenue near East 154th Street in Melrose, cops said.
In footage released late Monday, one of the men can be seen pulling the victim’s wheelchair from the street onto the sidewalk, causing his legs to drag along the ground.
The victim is then hurled from his chair to the pavement, the footage shows.
The duo snatched a cell phone and about $100 from their victim — and struck him several times before fleeing, cops said.
This is DeBlasio's New York and the effect of years of liberal government. They attacked a guy in a wheelchair and robbed and beat him. Passerby's did nothing. There were no protests. No cries of Black Lives Matter. It was obviously due to white supremacy and racism that this occurred.
The sad part about this is that it is an everyday occurrence in New York. Nobody is upset. Nobody stops in their everyday life to even think about this for a second. It is par for the course in the blue cities and it will never get any better.
It's sick out there and getting sicker.
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Fashionable Soho brasserie Balthazar may start requiring indoor diners to show proof of vaccination, according to famed owner Keith McNally.
The move would bring the swanky French restaurant — which reopened in March after being closed for an entire year — in line with Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, which said Thursday it would require proof of vaccination for indoor diners at its New York and Washington, D.C., restaurants.
I used to have some connections in the restaurant world as I knew a bunch of people who worked in various joints across the city. I either had done the taxes for a joint they used to work at or had met them bouncing around. Or they came to hang out at Kevin St James where the wife was the general manager. So I often went into a new joint or ever a well known one and would know someone there. It didn't mean much. Maybe a free drink here or there or an desert on the arm. Mainly you got good service because they knew you would tip and they treated you right.
Anyway I knew this girl that was a manager at this restaurant. When I helped her out of a jam with her taxes she gave us a gift certificate to the restaurant. But somehow we never got around to using it because we were too busy.
I wonder if they would honor a gift certificate from 2005 if I have been vaccinated.