So, we got to the Bengie's Drive In Theater very early, well before the first movie. We wanted to make sure we got one of the premium spot for the SUVs. Fail in this, and another SUV might block your view. Fortunately, we were wildly successful, and got a spot in the first row for SUVs, right near the center. Which meant that we...
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strongbhoy:
Trump opinions....annnnnnnnnd GO!

Nothing has been going on. Same old, same old. Neither Aisha nor Courtney has wanted any breakfast, beyond cereal. So I have only been making a serious breakfast for Megan and myself. Go to work. Make drinks for Aisha and Courtney so they do not have to do it themselves. Clean. Do some laundry. Make dinner. Sit in hot tub with the girls. Get Aisha...
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Aisha got back from her date with Wendy and Claire just after 2:00 AM on Saturday. I was up, watching the Blue Bloods I had recorded earlier, and drinking beer. I asked her how it was. "Good. Pretty typical." Usually, that means cunnilingus and some tribbing. Aisha is not so much into that; she claims she finds it to much work for to little...
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But not lonely. All the ladies have left to go to dancing. I could have gone, I have gone to this particular lesbian bar in the past, but I thought it best to hold off. Aisha will be going home with Wendy and Claire tonight, but did promise to come back after they are done.

So, Aisha made me a promise. She meant it. She...
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Aisha and I took the day off. We do this a few times a year. We just call in sick, and take a day off. Never on Monday or Friday, since that looks suspicious. When Aisha wakes up, I always try to pull her back into bed. Normally, she just shrugs me off, or threatens me. A few times a year, however, in a blue...
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I cannot bear being thwarted. So frustrating, work, after work, now. All I could really look forward to it curling up next to Aisha. There, in bed, bad day over. Now, it happens to be one of three annual days Aisha does not want to have sex. Any questions would go unanswered, any cajoling would be met with threats.

After over a month away, Wendy...
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I went grocery shopping today. Just a few things, plus the important, highly important, vitally important, most important matter of beer. On Friday afternoons, the store I go to has a senior citizen discount. I do not get it, of course. For people on a fixed income, of course, every little bit helps.

On occasion, I see some elderly person looking at an item that...
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strongbhoy:
I do indeed shop for myself! Thankfully Minnesota is one of the fittest states in the nation, and of course...the nicest but man, people speeding around on those carts out of laziness. Ugh. Honestly, just walk around, doing that kind of exercise for them would be good.

We did the same thing we did last year. Went to a friend's farm in southern Virginia. Luckily, we avoided the predicted thunder storms. Aisha managed to knock off early on Friday. It was a national holiday, but spies do get days off. We acquired fireworks and a bigger tent than we had last year, as well as some bacon, sausage, burgers and bratwurst...
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World Cup winners! Again.

How is this for a history of consistency and dominance? In the seven Women's World Cups, the US has finished as World Cup winners, third place, World Cup winners, third place, third place, second place, World Cup winners.

I do not see much change. The US still has over 2 million girls and women playing soccer, excellent facilities, and a...
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strongbhoy:
They won with a team that people didn't think would win, with a lot of inept tactics, and despite it all still took home the W in big time style in the final. As for the men...yeah, I don't expect to be around either. Our best chances have past us by (we had the best league in the world before the depression....) and obviously the Semis back in the day. Now it's too political and we get fucked against sides with hardly any credibility.

On July 4, 239 years ago, the United States decflared that we were independent, and no longer a part of the British Empire. We fought two wars to secure it. In between these wars, in 1789, the Constitution was ratified. It began with three simple words.

We, the People....

Pity they no longer matter.

President Obama, an amazingly dim man and a totalitarian, considers freedom...
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