Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry, Merry...Joy, Joy!

Nobody Wishes Everybody the most simply wonderful of Christmas cheer and spirit! I hope you all have a holiday.. full of family memories, silly games, lots of good food, and tons of great camera moments!

Yes, and heaven and nature can sing along too!

I'll be taking the next few days off...

It's raining here in St. Louis...but we ARE expecting snow tomorrow!

A few inches will do...I'm going to put on my "jamies" soon... and dream of sweet Palm trees...and a better future for us all...good things always starts with a dream...

God Bless us all...everyone.

See you on Monday!


Wednesday, December 23, 2009

What do you do?

Nobody Cares:

What do you do, when you have a dozen women neighbors who have hundreds of sisters and aunts and grandmothers who just LOVE to get together once a year and cook holiday cookies, and then...decide to just send you two full plates of at least eight pounds of deligious delights, each cookie more delectable than the next...just for a Christmas present?



Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Do YOU Have a Christmas Pet Peeve?

Nobody Knows---
How I hate to Christmas shop. Really. It's because I never have enough money to buy anything. I even had to skip my usual DAVE BARRY desk top calendar present to myself this year..due to the tough times.
(I know, leave me alone.)
What? You don't buy things for yourself at Christmas? Hey---it's the only time of year I have an excuse.
I also have a hard time going into little specialty shops, ones that I've known have been struggling all year, and they see you come in, and you can just see the pain on their faces...they need sales so bad, these small shops.
I went into at least 25 specialty shops today, just because here in Missouri, there is a very quaint and probably one of the last, of the historical "main streets" in the United States. It's a main street right off the river, (The Missouri) where Lewis and Clark started their journey to explore the West, and it's called St. Charles.
Let me tell you---if you can't get in the Christmas spirit walking down St Charles's main street, you will never get it. You ribbons on every pole, candles, hundreds of Santa's and ornaments---smells of cinnamon, and coffee, flocks of geeze flying overhead, tons of pine needles...etc. Lights in every window..the horse drawn buggy...which is more often than not lately...empty.
All the shops have tons of stuff you would never ever dream of seeing at Wal-Mart. In fact, there is so much "stuff" you just can't take it all in.
So, I thought up something I thought was rather clever. Every store I went into, I would go up to the owner and I would spread out my arms...and say as loud as I could---
"I'm on a personal quest! I'm looking for a very fancy letter opener! Do you have one?"
And since NO one sells letter openers anymore...I always got a smile, and they felt better knowing that they didn't have to feel bad when I didn't buy anything, because after all...
And they would all tell me where to go maybe, and then everyone would smile, and I could look at all the wonderful stuff that I couldn't afford to buy without feeling bad, and a "Merry Christmas" was felt by all, just because there were...well...smiles and good wishes.
God knows we all need them.
From St. Charles, I went to the local "Mall" and stood in a line of over 40 people, just to get a bargain on a box for a friend...(the box was five dollars.)
I hated it.
When I got home, I realized, the box was all wrong. I bought it because it was the right price.
Oh well. It's NOT like I'm going back to that store to take it back and wait in another line for over 30 minutes...because tomorrow I have to go change the car oil...because my husband got mad at me when I got home for NOT changing the car oil, even though, he said yesterday...
"If you're going to shop, better do it tomorrow, because bad weather is on the way...
Yes, that's me above, and it expresses just about how I feel about Christmas shopping.
I'd rather have sex.
Unless of course, you have a really nice cheap letter opener to sell me..


Monday, December 21, 2009

Nobody's Perfect: American Reporters

Nobody's Perfect:
The Nobody's Perfect award of the week goes to the 'American Press'...or what's left of it.
The biggest story of the year, just happened...and it was not reported on.
Right in the middle of the biggest world conference on "global warming" ever held in the history of mankind...half of the globe was in complete freeze mode, showing signs that we are all in for the "biggest cooling" every remembered by man.
Hardly a global warming---we are witnessing more like a global freezing, proving just how much of a scam that whole conference of "hot-air multinational buzzards" was.
Sure---we heard about the blizzards coming down in Copenhagen...but what was not reported so much, was that all of Europe has gone into an insidious deep freeze. It's so bad in fact, that the famous Eurostar Trains has left tens of thousands of people stranded due to...
Are you ready? Snowfall.
Over 16,000 breakdowns have been reported on the Eurostar, and many of the homeless are just freezing to death. Some "trainsters" were stranded for over 16 hours without food and water, left to deal with hungry kids, and sleeping on floors.
The Eurostar Trains going to Paris, London, Brussels, and Disneyland were all down. Lots of much needed Christmas "profit" was lost, due to God's Global snow job.
And we aren't the only country in dire need of "profits."
Here in the United States, God was trying to freeze Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid for all of us as the whole Eastern Seaboard was treated with great blizzards. In fact the weather was so dangerous, even on the busiest shopping day of the year, everyone was told to stay home.
But that's NOT what wins the prize. What was NOT reported anywhere on our major news, was that China's trains were also shut down due to the worst snowstorm in 50 years. No one can get to Beijing, or out to Central China.
Those are Chinese up there...waiting to get on the train.
They could be us in several years, if Warren Buffet gets his way.
Yes, the world is so absurd, that even when half the globe goes into a freeze zone, the elites keep insisting that the world is getting hotter, and we are doomed. They cannot make the propaganda movies fast enough.
This nobody suggests that the great global blizzards of 2009 were very much under reported.
But then again, so are Al Gore's cold hearted lies...


Sunday, December 20, 2009

Nudging America to Change

Nobody Reports on a Monday

Be extremely subtle, even to the point of formlessness.
Be extremely mysterious, even to the point of soundlessness.
Thereby you can be director of the opponent’s fate

Sun Tzu, The Art of War.

So, what do you think? How’s that extremely subtle “nudging” coming? Bribing Senators with million dollar cash give-a-ways is not exactly what I’d call…subtle.

I watched some of the Obama’s White House Christmas on TV tonight, you know, the usual yearly Christmas tour at the White House---and I noticed three things:

The overall theme was “red”...besides the mantra of "hope and change" there was no theme: the first family could not, it seems, find the time to take us through the house…

But they ARE going to have some 30 holiday parties: and Sun Tzu was sitting in the Red Room, talking no doubt to the ghosts of Lincoln.

But here on my little street…Christmas is till very much alive.

It’s good to know, Obama is not America.

America, and its spirit, is still strong and full of form, simple to understand, and screams the desire for the loud and joyous sounds of “freedom.”

America, and Christmas…go together like pumpkin pie and whipped cream, and no amount of red change in the White House is going to change that recipe.

We WILL hand it down. You better believe it.

In fact, Sun Tzu made one mistake… he didn’t have a shredder; therefore, he is no mystery any longer.

You can’t kill a star. Little poor babes in mangers have been known to destroy empires, Kings, and fools. And the greatest nation ever to be built on the planet will not go down with a medicare whimper...

And sometimes...out of nowhere comes…a miracle.

It’s happened before, it will happen again.

The more Obama tries to be he has expressed in all his platitudes and empty lies, the more he succeeds in reminding us who we really are... of the free, home of the brave.

Let's hope he keeps it up.