Monday, April 20, 2015

About Fancy Jack

Don't worry I'm not trying to be a Legitimate time for it and no money in it, just have fun.
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166 Responses to Monday, April 20, 2015

  1. Tío Azúcar says:

    Off to make some noise with the boys……………..

  2. waverly says:

    Hi there Realm. Not gonna dwell on the same ole sad bullsh*t tonight.

    Happy 420, smoke ’em if ya got ’em !

  3. thedood says:

    cough cough…allegedly… 😉
    Hiya wave! Hope all is good with you! 😀

  4. waverly says:

    Sam Phillip’s music really kinda grew on me. I just like the la la’s playing in the background of this menu page itself. (let’s see if this posts)

    • waverly says:

      maybe it’s my autism kicking in, but I really like these la la’s and I haven’t even been celebrating 420 today, go figure.

  5. waverly says:

    Ok I must ask, where oh where could our Jackhole be ? ? ? ? ?

  6. waverly says:

    Jack, if you don’t show up, I’m going back to the last page and play more la la’s. Alrighty then.

  7. Lizard says:


  8. waverly says:

    Ok this is just beyond sad … (more la la’s) bbl

  9. MSolomon2 says:

    John Travolta: Scientology is a target because it ‘really works well’

    The actor defends his beliefs on US TV, claiming most people attack Scientology because ‘it’s not understood’
    John Travolta has again come out (Oh there’s just so much could be said about that) in defence of Scientology after the release of Alex Gibney’s controversial documentary Going Clear.

    Ha! Attacked because People finally know what it -really- is! CULT!!!!

  10. Lizard says:

    Watching Jupiter Ascending. Strange movie but I like it.

  11. MSolomon2 says:

    Celebrating Earth Day is opposing Corporate Rule!
    An environmental awakening occurred following Rachel Carson’s book Silent Spring in 1962, an awakening that held no partisanship and quickly became a movement. This country was absolutely filthy; our air, water, and land polluted by unregulated corporations.

    Our minds were polluted with advertisements for products to “ease” our life; we in turn polluted our bodies, homes, workplaces and communities with the products they palmed off on us as safe — Democrats and Republicans alike.

    In 1970 and over the next few years, Earth Day, the Environmental Protection Agency, and numerous other environmental laws and regulations were enacted under the Nixon Administration and Republican leadership, with huge bi-partisan support on the wave of support Carson and her followers built. Those safeguards were really quite effective, and continue to protect us today — in a dwindling sort of way.
    “But man is a part of nature, and his war against nature is inevitably a war against himself.” ― Rachel Carson

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