Yes, Fiona, Laughter Is The Best Medicine

So, me and the Mrs are half catatonic in front of the  boob tube when the sports segment of the news comes up and we watch the clip above. If you watched you saw an average guy dunk one of those impossible shots winning $75,000. Every now and then we see some do it, hell some are right down amazing. This one will burn in my mind not for the feat or the jubilation oater but for my wife’s re-cap:

Mrs.J—“Oh look Lebron fell on the man and accidentally penetrated him —- he has been fertilized” Now it wasn’t because  it was hilarious( ok it was the guy has a big beer belly and it looks like le Bon humpped him a bit) it was the way she said it very matter of fact I have been laughing for hours—I think I should start a section about the shit my wife says.

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426 Responses to Yes, Fiona, Laughter Is The Best Medicine

  1. termgirl says:

    Good evening, Realm.
    Welcome back, Cpad.
    HH…. I’m really sorry those jerks on Current are giving you a hard time.
    I know the theme of this thread is humor, but I read something so disgusting and sad that it has me feeling really down. (See below.) Also, what the hell is in the water in Arizona?

    On a happier note: I’m watching Anthony Bourdain and he is eating his way through New Orleans.
    What a great job.

    A group of Arizona politicians — all Republicans, of course — have proposed a law (House Bill 2467) requiring public high school students to recite the following oath in order to graduate:

    I, _______, do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge these duties; So help me God..”
    (A loyalty oath in order to graduate from high school…..Jeebus.)

    Father of slain six-year old heckled by gun advocates: (Sigh……) .

    • Hi, tg. I want Bourdain’s job!

      Hmmm, isn’t that the oath taken by elected officials? They don’t pay any attention to it, why should anyone else?

      The hecklers are too stoopit to breathe – I hope none of them are contributing to the genetic pool. Darwin Awards for all of them, I say.

      • termgirl says:

        Good point on elected officials.
        These idiots just waste the time and money of the taxpayers and then bitch about taxes and “big gubrrment.”

    • Pepe Lepew says:

      Who would do that? Really?

      Do these douchebags really think they’re reflecting well on gun owners?

    • ohioan4truth says:

      BREAKING NEWS! January, 29th, 2013

      “The NRA (National Rock Association), claims that regulating how many rocks that can be in a person’s pockets should not be less than 100, rather than the President’s suggestion that only ten should be legal. The NRA said that it would be impossible to enforce a law like that since rocks are so prevalent and against their Constitutional right to bear them.” Source: DumbaSS Neanderthal News Corp.

    • Samurai Jack says:

      Just read it I really don’t know what to say about those gun lunatics except that they need to face opposition that is louder and fiercer. Pretty much the same about that oath the student body needs to protest — all of them.

      HA! I made Étouffée today.

    • RF Dude says:

      B-b-b-but – If students are REQUIRED to take that oath in order to graduate, then HOW can they swear to ” take this obligation freely”??????????

      Don’t those IDIOTS ever READ anything? Oh, waitaminit – THAT was a stupit question.

    • Samurai Jack says:

      Lead poisoning is a hell of a thing. This should be widely accepted by now.

    • termgirl says:

      I have too much time on my hands, I guess.
      I watched a really interesting program on this National Geographic expedition where they were in Antarctica and they discovered this burial site where the bodies were perfectly preserved. They determined that they were all quite young and actually did autopsies on them to determine why they all died at such a young age.
      They died of lead poisoning from their cooking utensils.
      I work in an environment where we have to test for lead, so it was of special interest.

    • cpad says:

      Very interesting. I know several people who grew up in Trail, B.C., site of the Cominco mine and smelter. Lead is a HUGE problem there. Workers back in the day were constantly being “leaded” which is what they called lead poisoning. It was almost par for the course back them. And the community was heavily polluted with lead. Many children who grew up there lost all their teeth by young adulthood because of lead poisoning. Scary stuff.

      • Samurai Jack says:

        That is nightmarish, I hope that’s the worst of it.

      • How perfectly awful! Is it still as big a problem, or has it been cleaned up?

      • termgirl says:

        Problem is, a lot of pollutants, including lead, get into the groundwater and local streams, rivers, etc. Mining has caused a lot of environmental / health issues.
        Uranium mining is disastrous. There’s a great documentary called “Left in the Dust” about the affects of uranium mining on workers and the local environment in Niger.

  2. Hello again, folks. I see Bucky left us a wonderful funny comment. I’m gonna steal it! Thanks, Bucky!

  3. captainpoco says:


  4. Caller no. 8 says:

    Time and renegade consciousness supplants History. Nothing is as we remember it to be.

  5. Gotta go put some bread together to bake tomorrow. BBL

  6. termgirl says:

    Time for head to meet pillow.
    You have probably all seen this old joke, but, in case some of you haven’t, I will share, keeping with the humor thread.


    All packed for the cruise ship — all my nicest dresses, swimsuits, short sets.
    Really, really exciting. Our local Red Hat chapter – The Late Bloomers decided
    on this “all-girls” trip. It will be my first one – and I can’t wait!
    Entire day at sea, beautiful. Saw whales and dolphins. Met the Captain today — seems like a very nice man.
    At the pool today. Did some shuffleboard, hit golf balls off the deck. Captain invited me to join him at his table for dinner. Felt honored and had a wonderful time. He is very attractive and attentive.
    Won $800.00 in the ship’s casino. Captain asked me to have dinner with him in
    his own cabin. Had a scrumptious meal complete with caviar and champagne.
    He asked me to stay the night, but I declined. Told him I could not be unfaithful
    to my husband.
    Pool again today. Got sunburned, and I went inside to drink at piano-bar,
    Sayed there for rest of day. Captain saw me, bought me several large drinks.
    Really is quite charming. Again asked me to visit his cabin for the night. Again
    I declined. He told me, if I did not let him have his way with me, he would sink
    the ship…..I was shocked.
    Today I saved 2600 lives.


    (Good night, all.)

  7. RF Dude says:

    I’m out too – not that I was here much anyway. Reading time…

    Peace to you.

  8. Beowoof says:

    You know, it’s too bad that of all the hobbies to take up, from model planes, bowling, ham radio, mountain biking, or whatever, these gun “enthusiasts” had to have the loudest and most dangerous of all engraved into the CONSTITUTION.

  9. Caller no. 8 says:

    It’s amazing there were subsequent generations.

  10. I hate to leave such a scintillating conversation, but it’s time for me to go nitey-nite. Be well, all.

    Peace and love to you and yours.

  11. fi says:

    Good morning fellow travelers, along this bumpy road, we call life.

  12. Samurai Jack says:

    Ok I’m off to bed—YOU, you are in charge keep an eye on beo he likes to load his martini with extra olives.

  13. Beowoof says:

    I’m so exhausted, it’s good to see you again too MsB. You be well Fiona. Goodnight, Love and Peace out

  14. Samurai Jack says:

    Ok NOW i’m really, really off to bed.

  15. Ricki Lee says:

    Good morning. Anyone home?!

  16. BoyInBOYCOTT says:

    Good Morning

  17. fi says:


  18. RF Dude says:

    Just when things at HP were getting totally “amusing”, it seems they’ve added a new “feature”. I noticed yesterday that I was getting logged off from HP, and today it is logging me off after just a few minutes.

    I haven’t done any close watching to see if it’s due to inactivity, but until yesterday I could stay logged in to HP for hours and come back to post more snide remarks. As long as I didn’t close the browser or clear cookies, I didn’t have to log back in.

    It might be the IP service here, but I hadn’t noticed this until yesterday. Could also be Firefox 18 which I just “upgraded” to.

    Anybody else experiencing this?

    IMHO, it’s just one more reason to stay away from HP…

  19. Samurai Jack says:

    Good afternoon Hpers!!!!!!!!!! 🙂

  20. Caller no. 8 says:

    Neutrality is fine, just show me the bank records.

  21. Samurai Jack says:

    Hey I checked on HP and I’m still logged in—it had been days since I was there.

  22. Caller no. 8 says:

    It’s a shame what Republicans have done to women in Kansas.

  23. BoyInBOYCOTT says:

    Erick Erickson ( who has RedState .com “parted ways” with CNN…translate to they drop kicked his bigoted fat A$$ off CNN.
    Beau and I nicknamed him Booger-Nose. He also made a parting shot at Keith Olberman, saying he surprised those who bet Keith would last longer at Current TV than he would at CNN.
    The difference is Keith walked away from Current richer than Romney, and Booger nose is begging donations for his ratty website.

  24. fi says:

    Hello again Campers.

  25. fi says:

    I’m not saying this page is slow or anything, but my hair has grown 3 inches, waiting for the page to load.

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