I found this meme that compares DC comics and book-based movies with those of Marvel, to be funny as fuck! Yeah, I know some of y’all [DC comic book/movie] lovers will be pissed, perhaps mad as fuck about the comparison but then ask yourselves: When doesn’t the underlying truth of comparison about the two major comic book publishing houses in the world – Marvel and DC – especially when it’s the truth about movies made – based on comic books from each of those grand comics publishing houses, not made some people mad? Huh? Huh???CHECK IT: I’m what some might call an “old school” comic book collector. My comic book collecting period ran from 1965 to around 2005. Year 2005 is about the time when I started [more] seriously saving and/or spending my money on buying and/or paying for a house, buying better cars, raising my kid, buying better computers and computer-based/electronic gadget shit, and of course better condoms that felt skin-natural on my dick (and wouldn’t break). In addition to the comics I’ve collected from other comic book publishers, most of my large, still-existing comic book collection consists of comic books from both Marvel and DC – with much of that collection being comic books from…. Marvel! (Always “Make Mine Marvel” first…then I’ll check out the rest!)
Anyway, if you’re “offended” or “insulted” by the comic publishing house comparison and want to get past having your fragile comic book feelings and sensitivities [always] being insulted and hurt (how silly of you!), then simply write a letter to the people who make the DC comic book-based movies and tell them to… step up their game.
Oh, and getting some better actors can’t hurt either. It oughta all be simple. LMAO!
I have never tried nor wanted to grab anyone “by the pussy” (simply isn’t my style nor my character) but I have often tried – and sometimes even succeeded, to do what this meme says. LOLBVS!
Here’s to 12 months, 52, weeks, and 365 more days towards making that attempt once again.
As Donald J. Trump sits “all alone in the White House” during what is now the THIRD (3rd) U.S. federal government shutdown this year (2018) under his administration, perhaps those of us who truly despise the man should imagine him singing the tune to the [238 year-old] song, “The Twelve Days of Christmas” as depicted in this cartoon meme I found in my Facebook newsfeed: – RobFather X
Regardless of your political views, participating in the voting process in any election period is and always should be considered important and serious business. We need to take voting and the voting process personally because the results of an election may on some personal level, affect each of us either directly or indirectly.
It has never been my style as a member of the electorate and certainly not as a non-candidate for political office, to ever tell other members of the electorate/other non-candidates whom or what to vote for or against. (I simply think that sort of thing is tacky.) However, there can be negative consequences when one either refuses or does not exercise his or her given right or privilege to vote. Voting in an election – which is a very simple yet silent exercise of free speech, is one of the American freedoms which no eligible and registered-to-votecitizen of the United States ever ought to take for granted.
With all of us having been bombarded with a shitload of political ads over the past six months or so (with many of them consisting of downright deceptions, lies, half-truths or exaggerations), I don’t see anything wrong with posting a little lite humor as Election Day 2018approaches. This photo/meme I found on the web gave me a chuckle. I thought it reflected one humorous example – although a bit biased, of the negative consequences of not voting.
I’m sure you already know and perhaps may have experienced a number of others.
An online journal celebrating the joys of living bare with pride! This site usually publishes every Monday and Friday. I may be irreverent but I am no way irrelevant! My preferred personal pronouns are he, him, his.