Don’t Follow Haters and Liars

I liked this sign:

Truth does not mind being questioned. 

A lie does not like being challenged. 

This seems like truth to me!

People who push an agenda and their propaganda never like to discuss it or answer questions about it. It’s usually prejudice in some way and they just want to ram it down people’s throats. 

Questioning and shedding light on things that don’t seem right is part of our moral and civic duty.  

Of course, the haters and liars would rather that we just accept the falsehoods they are peddling like stupid sheep who blindly follow them down the road to perdition. πŸ˜‰

(Source Photo: Friend)

Remember To Always Be Kind

Nice sign on the electrical pole, reminding us to always:

Be πŸ’— Kind

What kind?

The kind that has compassion on others, cares and love them, and does what’s right. 

That’s really the only kind worth being! πŸ˜‰

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

A Sign To Tell Us This

Wow, these days we need a sign to tell us this:

I am a man.

And I would imagine there is a corollary one to announce if you’re a woman.

If people can’t tell the difference anymore is that a good or bad thing?

Maybe it’s good from an equality and respect standpoint, but also bad in terms some people being confused by it.

Reminds me ofΒ Crocodile DundeeΒ when he had to do a hand check to figure things out.

Umm, that’s not gonna work in real life!  πŸ˜‰

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Motif For The U.S. Economy

This seems like it could be a major theme of the U.S. economy.Β 

“Buy Now, Pay Later!”

And then…

“Foreclosure”

You can’t borrow infinitely.

It eventually has to be repaid. 

Where will the money come from?  

Print more.

Worth less!  πŸ˜‰

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Climbing Up, Falling Down

Thought this was insightful.


All paths up are different.


All paths down are the same. 

Climbing up is challenges and we all have to find our determination, strength, and skill to make it up rung after rung on the ladder of life.


Falling down is when the sh*t hits the fan and the walls come crumbling down and we freefall into the abyss.


The key as we usually learn early in life when we take our first falls is to quickly get back up (on the horse). 


Life is never just smooth sailing.


It’s not meant to be. 


You wouldn’t learn or grow if it was. 


Be prepared for the occasional fall from grace, and get your tushy back in the saddle and ride again.  πŸ˜‰


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

The Sniffer Isn’t Working

Someone really had a premonition posting this sign before Covid!

The sign says simply:

Smell Me!!

The response to this now-a-days would be the person with Covid yelling back:

I can’t smell (or taste) anything!

Now frustrated, the other person replies:

But please, please smell me. 

Second person, tries and tries again:

Sniff, sniff–darn, the sniffer just isn’t working. 

Get out the smelling salts!

Six months later, I still can’t smell a skunk in the same room. 

What type of crazy pandemic is this!  πŸ˜‰

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

The Cost Is The Cost

Brilliant quote by Sholem Aleichem:

The less you pay for something, the more it costs. 

You might think you’re getting a bargain by paying less, but in the end, paying less ends up costing you more in troubles and headaches. 

The cost is really the cost. 

When you cut a penny in half, it still costs you the whole penny! 

You can’t nickel and dime it to death. πŸ˜‰

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Watch Where You Stick Your Nose

This was an interesting sign:

We love it when you stick you nose in our business…

Gee, I sure hope this isn’t referring to a manure business.  LOL

In short, be careful into what stink you stick you nose in or know when to mind your own business!  πŸ˜‰

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)