Tyson Fury thanks his “Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” for helping him beat the bloody hell out of Deontay Wilder

Historic victory of man made in the image of God over another man who is also made in the image of God.

Scientists discover cure for Road Rage.

Because an armed society is a polite society.




Seven Seconds guaranteed to make your children love vegetables.

Multi-Millionaire, Full-time Victim Kaepernick (and part-time sucky quarterback) shows off letter he wrote in 4th grade, just a year ago.

Also traced his Roots back to slavery, sporting Kunta Kinte T-shirt as proof.

Just Do Do it.

Colin Kaepernick’s chaotic workout Saturday has left a trail of controversy — and sources told Page Six that a host of behind-the-scenes issues include a letter Kaepernick wrote in fourth grade, legal arguments over a workout waiver, and even a pissed-off Jay-Z.

The controversial Kaepernick was meant to work out for NFL teams on Saturday in Atlanta, but minutes before the QB was to take the field at the Falcons’ training complex, his reps said they’d moved the session 60 miles away to a local high school. (Eight teams showed up, and Kaepernick appeared in a T-shirt that read “Kunta Kinte,” in reference to “Roots.”)

The stunned NFL then released a lengthy statement Saturday with a flurry of details, including a claim that Nike wanted to be at the workout to turn it into an ad. (The brand launched a Kaepernick commercial last year that garnered controversy, a sales boost and a Creative Arts Emmy.) Said the NFL on Saturday, “Last night, when Nike, with Colin’s approval, requested to shoot an ad featuring Colin and mentioning all the NFL teams present at the workout, we agreed to the request.” But Nike then said it did not have cameras at the workout, and just wanted permission to use the names of NFL teams.

Page Six has learned exclusively that while Nike wasn’t filming, it did have a marketing move up its sleeve — in the form of a branded congratulations to be posted to Kaepernick. The marketing material — seen by Page Six — consists of a letter that Kaepernick himself penned back in fourth grade when he dreamed of having a job in the NFL. “A Note from Colin Kaepernick, 4th Grade,” says the copy, followed by a child’s handwriting in pencil that reads: “I’m 5ft 2 inches 91 pounds. Good athelet [sic]. I think in 7 years I will be between 6ft – to 6ft 4 inches 140 pounds. I hope I go to a good college… then go to the pros and play on the Niners or the Packers even if they aren’t good in seven years.” The letter by young Kaepernick is signed, “Sincerely, Colin.” It then has the “Just Do Do It” tagline, and a list of all the teams that were to be at the NFL’s workout.

Elizabeth Warren used to identify as a “Political Conservative”. DNA test shows that 1/1024 true.

Also used to identify as Indian.  May reincarnate herself as dot instead of feather.

As professor Diana Sclar sat with a young Elizabeth Warren over lunch one day at Rutgers Law School in Newark, Warren said something surprising.  She called herself a “political conservative.”

That was a rare sentiment in the early 1970s at Rutgers, where Warren, a 24-year-old mother raised in Oklahoma, had stepped into a cauldron of liberal activity.

In the North Jersey city still reeling from unrest, students called it “the People’s Electric Law School” and they treated authority with irreverence, or disdain. Some referred to the 1967 Newark riots as “the uprising,” and when Sclar passed around a seating chart in her class on property law, it came back with a note: “property is theft.”

Sclar didn’t ask what beliefs prompted Warren, her student, to describe herself as a conservative, and Warren has said she didn’t have a serious political identity then. But Sclar remembered being stunned that the future senator approved of IBM’s conformist culture, where Warren’s husband had to wear a white shirt every day.

“She said, ‘Oh no, I think that’s perfectly appropriate,’ ” Sclar recalled.

Looking for a Good Home

This is Lexi.

This is Lexi, she is an 8 week-old German Shepherd.  I bought Lexi as a surprise for my wife but it turns out she is allergic to dogs so we are now looking to find her a new home.

She is 60 years old, an attractive and caring woman who drives.  She’s a great cook and also keeps a clean house.



Reporterettes: We want to be treated like any man would be.

Meltdown follows when treated like any man would be.

Taubman: “I sincerely apologize for publicly thanking ‘you know who.'”

The Houston Astros have fired embattled assistant general manager Brandon Taubman after he allegedly gloated to three female reporters about the acquisition of pitcher Roberto Osuna, who was suspended for 75 games for domestic violence.    Osuna was never charged with any crime.

According to Wednesday’s report by Sports Illustrated‘s Stephanie Apstein, Taubman turned to three females after the team clinched the American League pennant on Saturday night and shouted: “Thank God we got Osuna! I’m so f***ing glad we got Osuna!” Taubman later apologized for the comment, uttered in excitement following the Astros clinching a spot in the World Series.

It was not clear if the reporterettes were offended by a) the fact that the Astros paid over $10 million to someone accused of domestic violence; b) that an assistant manager was glad that the Astros hired an accused domestic abuser; c) that the assistant manager dropped an “f-bomb”; or, d) that the assistant manager thanked God that the Astros paid $10 million for an accused domestic abuser.

A spokesman for the Astros said, “Any of those but ‘a)’ would be grounds for Taubman’s dismissal.”

Meanwhile, approximately 50,000 Houston Astros fans who were watching the game when relief pitcher (and accused domestic violence guy) Osuna delivered the Pennant victory were banned for life  when they said, “Thank God we got Osuna! I’m so f***ing glad we got Osuna!



Halloween in America.

AOC continues to climb evolutionary ladder.

On second thought, never mind.

Democrat firebrand Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is opening up on the emotional toll of living in the spotlight saying, “sometimes I just want to be a human being.”

Despite the 30-year-old’s training as a bartender, the new Congresswoman was ill prepared when she was flung into the spotlight in June 2018 when she her congressional seat.  She also serves as the Grand Capo for The Squad which exists to make headlines for her  attacks on Donald Trump.

Surprisingly, she’s got a feminine side that is in emotional havoc as she’s now opening about the hardship of dealing with fame.  She calls her life in the public eye “complicated.”

“Sometimes I just want to be a human being. And you don’t get to be a human any more,” AOC told the Huffington Post on Tuesday, adding “so nevermind, I’ll just go back to being Grand Capo.”


Biden said the “L” word.

But he didn’t mean it.

The nation’s leading gaffe-master, former President in charge of Vice Joe Biden got hoisted on his own petard yesterday.

Biden is  under fire for his double standard after he earlier described Donald Trump as ‘abhorrent’ and ‘despicable’ for comparing the impeachment inquiry to ‘a lynching’.   Crazy Uncle Joe said, “Impeachment is not ‘lynching’, it is part of our Constitution.  Our country has a dark, shameful history with lynching, and to even think about making this comparison is abhorrent. It’s despicable.”

But the Al Gore invention of the internet does not soon forget.  Way back in 1998 then Senator Biden gave an interview to CNN during the actual impeachment of Bill Clinton for lying under oath and cavorting with a variety of women including several who were the age of his daughter.   Back then, Joe opined:

Even if the President should be impeached, history is going to question whether or not this was just a partisan lynching or whether or not it was something that in fact met the standard, the very high bar, that was set by the founders as to what constituted an impeachable offense.


After being busted for his bald-faced double standard, Biden voiced what everyone has known for a while, “‘This wasn’t the right word for me to use and I’m sorry about that.  But, you know, I can never get my words right.  I said ’em alright, but I didn’t even think about ’em before I said ’em.  Hell, I can’t get my brain right; I can’t get Hunter right; and I certainly can’t get the whole China and Ukraine things right.  I can’t be held responsible for what I say.  But Trump on the other hand chose his words deliberately today in his use of the word lynching and continues to stoke racial divides in this country daily.”

In a show of solidarity, the remaining Democrat presidential hopefuls also adopted the Buffoon Defense to anything that they say on the campaign trail.