Flying Monkeys!

…On this day in 1939 The Wizard of Oz premiered at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Los Angeles, California.

Posted by: Vic on A♠ at August 15, 2020 06:05 AM

So… on this day in 1939 little children were terrified by flying monkeys for the first time.

Nowadays we elect them to Congress.

EdMcMahon: “whoa-ho!”

Posted by: mindful webworker on A♠ at August 15, 2020 09:08 AM


CinemaSins did the Wizard of Oz. It’s pretty funny….

Posted by: Guy Smiley on A♠ at August 15, 2020 06:36 AM

Everything Wrong With The Wizard of Oz
CinemaSins – Dec 7, 2019 – 7:13


How Mark Made Brian a Star

This is hilarious

Mark Dice: Brian Stelter’s Big Secret Is Out
Aug 3, 2020 – 6:40
This is the true story of how CNN’s Brian Stelter became a living meme and brought laughter and joy to millions of Americans. Once an unknown weekend host on cable news, YouTube star Mark Dice discovered this amazing character full of potential, and introduced him to America.

Can You Really Blame Them?
Mark Dice – Aug 5, 2020 – 5:40

Muffled Mask Scolds

☑ Virus is real
☑ Masks may help
☑ Mask fanatics be crazy

I wonder if these scolds feel free to act out the way people online behave because of the presumption of anonymity.

I just want to keep saying, “What? What? I can’t hear you through that mask! What?” Except, I have yet to meet a mask scold in the store.

h/t  Guy Smiley on A♠

h/t Ace♠

Why I Wear My Mask
Welcome to the Masquerade

WhatsHerFace – Jul 31, 2020 – 1:53
I love my mask. It’s a simple and effective way to display my righteousness. Am I concerned that two children in China died because they were forced to wear a mask in gym class? NOPE! Am I concerned that I’m contributing to an impending socialist technocracy that will enslave the global population? NO! Am I concerned that my mask is symbolic of my compliance to the social conditioning that will eventually lead to the forced vaccination of every man, woman, and child on planet earth? Not a chance!

Why am I not concerned you ask? Because I decided a long time ago that shallow insignificant gestures are a much easier way to showcase my morality than actually being moral. Because in order to be a really good person, I need to stand up to a really bad person, and I don’t like standing up to or for anything. It’s much easier to trick my mind into thinking compliance is a virtue instead of what it really is, cowardice.