Womxn and Girl Power

For starters, I don’t care that Michelle Obama spells the word woman with an “x” as in womxn. To me, that is a sign of pure stupidity, but let’s move on …

Through the ages, I have never felt the need to protest for women’s rights. Maybe that’s because I feel confident about my rights, and I don’t feel the need to yell them from the streets of Downtown, USA.

But, that’s just me.

Recently, women have taken to the streets in protest of a leak from the Supreme Court regarding a decision about abortion rights. Given that the Supreme Court does not make any of our laws, people are still in an uproar at the thought of the abortion issue going to all 50 states where American citizens will get to vote as to how they want their state to move forward.

How dare the Supreme Court assume that voters have the right to vote on such an important issue!

My God, has the world come to an end?

Now, people are predicting that this will be another summer of destruction. Remember 2020? Remember the CNN reporter saying the protest he was reporting on was mostly peaceful while a city burned behind him? Hot red flames shooting up into the black sky and that bozo said “mostly peaceful.” What was he smoking?

Speaking of violence …

If we do have another summer of destruction, I hope all law enforcement officers will arrest every single last one of the violent protesters, and the legal system will finally work by locking them up for a very long time.

You know … like the January 6 people have been locked up for over a year without due process.

That’s all I have to say for now.

Peace out, people!

© Catherine Evermore. All rights reserved.

Hey Girl
by Michael McDonald

Kentucky Derby

My sweetheart and I used to watch the Kentucky Derby each year, and we always had lots to say about the ladies hats, the colorful jackets worn by some of the men, and we always had comments to make about the horses.

Oh! The beautiful horses.

I made my pick based on how they looked parading down the track, while he knew about betting odds and usually picked a winner.

We had fun making up comments that the companion horses might have said to each other. They sometimes had pretty colorful ribbons braided in their manes or tails. I could just hear a companion flirting with the race horse: “Hey good looking. Wanna go to the Oats Bar after the race?”

Something like that, if you get my drift.

So, reading Breitbart on Sunday, I got a good chuckle out of this story:

Rich Strike Wins Kentucky Derby, Then Tries to Bite Another Horse

Talk about gratitude!

I miss my sweetie. He passed away nearly four years ago. If he was looking down from heaven on Saturday, I hope he saw the race. He’s always in my heart, thoughts, and prayers … especially on Kentucky Derby day.

© Catherine Evermore. All rights reserved.

Supreme Court Justices and the Code of Virginia

18.2-419. Picketing or disrupting tranquility of home.

Any person who shall engage in picketing before or about the residence or dwelling place of any individual, or who shall assemble with another person or persons in a manner which disrupts or threatens to disrupt any individual's right to tranquility in his home, shall be guilty of a Class 3 misdemeanor. Each day on which a violation of this section occurs shall constitute a separate offense.

Sex Strike

Joy Behar of “The View,” which is the most disgusting show on daytime TV, suggested women withhold sex to fight against the leaked draft showing the Supreme Court’s opinion to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

Someone on another show wanted to know if masturbating was the same as crossing a picket line. Great question, someone on another show.

Personally, I see an uptick in the sex toy industry – not that I would know about such an industry – but if I did then there might be a huge increase in purchases. This reminds me of a time … well, it might have involved an adult store, but I’m just gonna save that one for another time.

Back to Joy Behar and her sex strike.

Men are probably saying, “Thank God. No man will ever have to worry about having sex with that crazy harpy ever again.”

Is that mean? Well, nope!

© Catherine Evermore. All rights reserved.

Ball and Bisquit
by The White Stripes