Looney Lunes #128

WINERY SAYS IT WAS A MOUSE, NOT A RAT, THAT WAS FOUND IN SANDWICH

Headline – Napa Valley Register

I feel a LOT better. Wait. I don’t eat many sandwiches in Napa. But I knew there was a reason I liked wine from Sonoma and Russian River Valley a little better than a nice glass of too sweet, not very dry Napa Valley Queue de la Souris.

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Looney Lunes #127

Some Things Shouldn’t Be Fixed With Tape

And that’s all I’m sayin’.

Looney Lunes #126

Don’t Throw Your Calendars Away!

FUTURE IS COMING, ACADEMICS PREDICT

Headline, San Francisco Chronicle

Heads Up! For the New Year – Give 2018 your best shot – Turn it up. Or Turn it off.

Looney Lunes #125

 Merry Christmas?

HOLIDAY HOURS

To allow our team members to celebrate the Holidays with their families, please note the change in restaurant hours:

TIM HORTON’S

Tuesday December 24: open 24 hours

Wednesday December 25: open 24 hours

Thursday December 26: open 24 hours

NEW YEAR’S HOURS:

Tuesday December 31: open 24 hours

Wednesday January 1: open 24 hours

sign, Tim Horton’s restaurant

Looney Lunes #124

I’m Sure The Drivers Were Distracted

The crash occurred near George Square in the central part of the city midafternoon, when the thongs of Christmas shoppers filled city streets.

Newspaper story, Glasgow, Scotland

Merry Christmas, Everybody!

Looney Lunes #123

On Disagreeing With An “Author”

“Not everyone is a finalist, you see?

And you’re about to not be one either if you don’t quit being such an asshole. Am I being clear enough for you?”

Dan Alatorre of Word Weaver-to me- for questioning what I considered to be his weaknesses as an author/editor. Hey, twenty bucks buys me an opinion, right? “Asshole” is like a bonus.

Looney Lunes #122

If This Senator Had Gotten His Way?

The guy from last week wouldn’t have looked so stupid.

“I am tired of this sort of thing called science. We have spent millions in that sort of thing for the last few years, and it is time it should be stopped.”

Senator Simon Cameron (R-Pennsylvania) opposing funds for the Smithsonian Institution in 1861. Another one of his great quotes;

“An honest politician is one who, when bought, stays bought.”

He was also a minister to Russia.