The good news is that my cataract surgery yesterday was a success. According to my checkup today my vision is now 20/20.
Shockingly, the nurses all remembered me from my first procedure 4 weeks ago. DW says sometimes I’m like a bloody wreck with multiple fatalities that you witness. You never quite forget the trauma. When the anesthesiologist came by to meet me, I said: Pump a gallon in me, Allen, then slip the juice to me, Bruce. He asked me what I was talking about, so I started singing the 1956 psycho-billy classic, Transfusion, by Nervous Norvus. This will mess with your head.
TODAY’S FEEL-GOOD MOMENT:
Sniper Decapitates ISIS Leader Teaching Beheading Class
One minute he was standing there and the next his head had exploded. The commander remained standing upright for a couple of seconds before collapsing and that’s when panic set in. We later heard most of the recruits deserted.
The Dan .338 bolt-action rifle features a .338 LAPUA Magnum bullet which tumbles end-over-end once it hits flesh, displacing the liquid within a body in a process called “hydrostatic shock.” Once the bullet hits a body it creates a large cavity within the target, leaving a massive wound as it exits. To see an example of how this process works, watch the video below.
SO MUCH FOR THE GOOD NEWS
Just as predicted, the democrats are whining about GOP “obstructionism” for planning to block Barry’s judicial nomination. They sang a different tune when George W. was in office. After all the uproar, nobody doubts he’ll get what he wants one way or the other. The end justifies the means. That’s how they roll.
In other news, the reply section has:
Hillary barking like a dog (I wish I were kidding)
A former victim telling how Bent Penis used to put on her frillies and play his saxophone
Donald Trump again threatening to go third party
Gary Sinise giving a shoutout to the troops
The White house giving a shoutout to worthless punk, Kanye West (but has no time for dead policemen)
A few other things.