When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong

It is apparently a widely held belief that if you really really don’t want to go to jail, the cops have to let you go. This belief is not shared by cops. Cops tend to believe that if they tell you that you’re are going to jail, then you’re going to jail.

The long version is at the bottom. Here is a PSA from Chris Rock:

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180 Responses to When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

  2. votermom says:

    Ciaramella Ciaramella
    Such an honest fella
    Blew Schiff’s pizzle
    Clean as a whistle
    Epstein didn’t kill himself

  3. Miranda says:

    On a non-political front, one of my vets does kitten rescue and has taken kitten for a few days to give him the constant care he needs! He has to stay on fluids until he quits the diarrhea. Aunt will take him back when he’s better.

    I’M SO RELIEVED. If this doctor ever needs a kidney, she can have one of mine.

  4. elliesmom says:

    Can we get rid of daylight savings time? Ellie still hasn’t adjusted to what time she’s supposed to wake me up, and she thinks we should be going for our morning walk at 7 am. We go around 10 so I’d get it if she started harassing me at 9, but since we changed the clocks, she’s all fahoosled. In the winter I like to walk her later when the sun has had a chance to warm things up a bit, not earlier. This morning she woke me up at 4 am. It’s only 8 am, and I have two loads of wash done and the house vacuumed, and I’m sick. If I was well, I’d have the kitchen floor washed. I don’t mind having a dog who’s an early riser, but 6 to 7 am is early enough. What purpose does daylight savings time have today?
    And so far DJT, jr’s book is a fun read. His sense of humor reminds me of my own son. One quarter snark, one quarter irreverence, one quarter a bit juvenile, and one quarter just speaking the truth because the truth is funnier than fiction.

    • votermom says:

      I’m with you EM – this time change nonsense is terrible
      I hope you feel better soon

    • Somebody says:

      Love your book reviews EM. I’ve put both on my wishlist for Christmas. I hope you feel better soon!

      As for DST, I’m with you. It’s a shame I’m not there to walk Ellie, as our schedules are simpatico right now. I’m an early riser anyway, but have to get up at 4:45 due to grandkids that arrive at 5:45 for their 6:05 🚌. I have breakfast waiting for them or ready within a minute or two of their arrival……after walking 2 dogs, etc. 🙄

      Point is the time change has me so screwed up. I keep waking up between 3:30 and 3:45 🙄 I’m ready for bed at 8:30pm 🙄 I’m sure I’ll adjust, but this year for some reason it’s really a challenge.

      Hopefully, once you’re feeling better you can wear Ellie out pretty good so perhaps she’ll sleep a little later.

    • swanspirit says:

      Happy Birthday 🎂!! 💝🎉🎊🎈🎈🎀 Have a wonderful birthday VM!!

    • lateblum says:

      I hope you feel better soon, em. I’m also with you on DST. I’d rather we just stick to the standard time and come March, we leave well enough alone. I’m also getting up around 3:30 and by 8:30 I’m too tired to lift up my hands. This is the second year I’ve experienced this problem. Is it age? I don’t know. But I don’t like it.
      In Illinois, we have a state rep who is submitting a bill to do away with DST- he says. But in reality, his bill will eliminate standard time. Frankly, I don’t know why he doesn’t simply implement his “solution” to the problem by ignoring the change to DST in the spring.
      💕 to you,

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      My cats are with Ellie. They are confused because all activity patterns inside and outside/street-side have been altered. They are not happy and have joined the foster kitten in running about and causing mayhem wherever they go. My boy is a big klutz – so things have been flying.

      Feel better and and have a wonderful day!
      🎂🎉💐

    • DeniseVB says:

      Didn’t Nixon keep DST year round for awhile? I remember it had to do with energy savings and safer roads with more daylight for evening commuters.

  5. Dora says:

    The election results in NY weren’t as bad as I first thought. In fact, they were pretty good.

    Nothing from the media though. Not even the local news.

    • lateblum says:

      After reading of all the changes that occurred, I can see why media chose to ignore or simply “overlook” the results. They must think if they don’t report, it didn’t happen.

  6. votermom says:

    walked doggeh, nearly froze my patootie
    also happy birthday to me
    😊

  7. Somebody says:

    Poor little ❄ didn’t quite work out the way she thought it would. If she had cooperated she probably would have gotten a warning and been on her way.

    I do have to wonder though, why a police officer would waste time harassing a 🚲. Especially when Oregon police let antifa run rough shod and beat innocent people to a pulp.

    So place your bets, will she refuse to answer the judge’s questions? In Oregon she may well get lucky and without having to say a word the judge will dismiss her case.

    • Constance says:

      God that little twit was an ass. I went to the dress rehearsal of Pacific Northwest Ballet last night and they had a lecture by the choreographer Donald Byrd who is black. His new performance was great and was about the universal human emotions of love and loss. He was really interesting then this black identity woman stood up and asked him “what difficulty have you experienced from being a black choreographer and what do Seattle audiences need to change to understand you?” He looked like he was sick of getting the question and then said the worst issue he had in his career was in New York where he couldn’t create and had to perform for the critics.” So my point is I think the racial axe to grind people are also boring most black people.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        If I was paid to be a critic I would not act like I was superior to the artists. My analysis would be more like what a person is apt to hear during a coffee break at work listening to a co-worker talk about the movie or show they saw.

        These are the questions a movie or play review should answer:

        Who was in it?
        What is it about?
        Was it well written?
        Was it well performed?
        Was the audience interested and engaged?
        Describe the venue.
        If I plopped down the full price of a ticket would I walk out afterward feeling I got my money’s worth?

        • DeniseVB says:

          I used to make two trips to NYC a year, for the plays, museums and to see my daughter. When the Hamilton cast decided to publicly dress down VP-elect Pence after one of their performances, it made me sick to my stomach. Unfortunately, Hamilton became one of the highest grossing plays of all time, but not with my money. I’m not screaming at the sky, it just sucked my joy of Broadway since.

        • lateblum says:

          Perfect way to critique a play or performance. I saw a wonderful play a few weeks ago called “Bernhardt/Hamlet”. The primary theater critic for the Trib gave it 2.5⭐️s and recommended it “with reservation”. Most of the other critics from other publications were way more effusive. It seemed as though Mr. J simply wanted to hear himself “talk”. I can’t tell you how much I LOVED the play, the performances, the setting and staging, and any and everything about this play. But what do I know. I can only attend a few performances in a year, so almost everything seems really good to me. THIS, however, was simply the best thing I’d seen this year. (And this year I was blessed with a bounty of plays, etc.) I went to this play with 2 friends who regularly attend plays in this area. They are bright and well read and know as much as any Chicago Tribune theatre critic. And they LOVED it as well. And so, it seemed, did everyone else in the audience. Standing ovation, and curtain calls, and people milling about praising that day’s performance. It may be everyone had read the miserly review because I was overhearing people complaining about the review and roundly condemning that critic and his review. It was honestly refreshing to hear people saying this guy didn’t know what he was talking about. Or maybe he’d had a bad meal or too much to drink at lunch.
          So, Klown, come to Chicago and start reviewing plays here. 🤡

      • lateblum says:

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  9. mcnorman says:

    Dumbass articulating her beliefs = smartass.

  10. DeniseVB says:

    LOL …. I think this is a great idea !

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Gotta remember this one, lol !

  12. DeniseVB says:

    LOL…..that is a cute baby though ❤

    • lateblum says:

      Some of the comments are priceless! 😄😀😄

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I can’t see the comments but I am imagining along the lines of:
        “They are one of the couples that think they are the first and only to ever have a baby and therefore know more than everyone else in the known universe”

        • DeniseVB says:

          It’s worth joining Twitter just to read thread comments 😉 FB too, just to join our secret clubhouse. No pressure, no pressure at all 😛

          Just wondering, can you see the TWit and FB links posted here? If so, if you click on them you’re prompted to sign in or join ?

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            I can always see the links and Twitter usually lets me read comments once they scold me for not signing up. Faceless it depends on settings but they nag and nag and nag even on public pages. But sometimes I think both platforms bulk at the unwashed peering into their domains and they just sit there doing nothing and acting superior.

        • lateblum says:

          Hahahahaha!!

        • lateblum says:

          I’m going to try to post some of the comments…
          “Due to their busy schedule they have ordered Epstein Christmas Tree Light.
          They hang themselves.”

          and
          ”Uncle Andrew, where were you when Epstein didn’t kill himself?
          and . . .
          ”Good thing ABC spiked the Amy Robach Epstein story so they can gush about little Archie’s journey to puberty.”

    • Constance says:

      Archie is adorable! But she has really packed on some poundage, even in her face and that is going to be a problem because that class of women don’t get fat from pregnancy. Harry needs to hire her a cook!

      • DeniseVB says:

        These kids need to get away from the tabloids. I remember when their uncle, the other royal “spare” , Prince Andrew?, married Fergie, all hell broke loose, they eventually divorced. Sparkle seems to be throwing herself at the tabs, whoa is me, I’m just like Diana, or something. LOL, it’s why I can’t quit my People Mag subscription 😛

        • lateblum says:

          For a while Fergie was a spokesperson for Weight Watchers. Now it belongs to Oprah! and the profits have plummeted. So has the stock value.

  13. votermom says:

    for lateblum

  14. foxyladi14 says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Oh it’s much higher than that. 🙂 But 50% is the threshold for the left and right to fundraise off of. Our two party system sucks. Proof: Virginia 😛

  15. Mothy67 says:

    Cat lovers

  16. Angie says:

  17. Mothy67 says:

    You know what’s really scary? Our IC is not bright enough to do a real coup. Seriously the pss dossier.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      The Church Committee Report back in the 70’s covered some of the activities of the FBI and IC. For myself and many others, the most shocking thing was the bumbling incompetence it revealed.

      My favorite part was when the CIA tried to slip Fidel Castro some drug that was supposed to make his beard fall out.

  18. Dora says:

    Today In History.

  19. Mothy67 says:

    I did not wear my #WalkAway tee to parent teacher conference. Shay asked me not too. I did voice my disagreement over cnn10 being played. It was very friendly. They had nothing but praise for her. It feels good when your kid is appreciated. Her language arts teacher has her doctorate. She found it funny that a threaten to discipline the brat by making her read Jane Eyre. I am so glad I read that book, but actually reading it was hell.

    • Miranda says:

      Jane Eyre rocks! I imprinted on it at 12 like a goth duckling. If it’s too over the top, try her on Jane Austen.

      • Mothy67 says:

        It is one dry read. I am so glad I read it. I love how she retold Cinderella. Mrs Temple (fairy godmother) at Lowood has stuck with me all these many years.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        At 12 I was imprinting on Mickey Spillane and Robert A. Heinlein.

        I recall Mom looking at me funny when I referred to a group of women as a “bunch of dames.”

  20. Mothy67 says:

    A little known fact — when nanny Bloomberg ran for mayor he hired everyone and I mean everyone. He eliminated the competition by neutering any challenger. The pollsters, stratagists, canvassers were all on his payroll. His wealth bought him the office. He had all the agencies that specialize in political ads in his pocket
    I think my brother would vote for him 3rd party. He voted for the Arkancide killer so it’s not a Trump loss. As I see it he would get the Never Trump/romney vote, but they all voted for killary anyhow. My ultra Catholic aunts have warmed to Trump. I think they go to church almost everyday. They voted against Donald in 2016 because of his language. They admit they like him now and think he can be funny. They are pro-life and pro men in blue. Bloomberg has no chance with them.
    I see an indy run by Tulsi as a greater threat.

  21. Dora says:

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    • Constance says:

      That’s my idiot, carpet bagger, representative Pramilla Jayapal standing to the left of SheJack in the photo.

  23. Cisco says:

    Well I was giving it a look but when I heard “african-American” I stopped.
    But Chris Rock? ROCK’s!
    I’m sure snowflakes will find this offensive.

  24. Dora says:

    Alleged whistleblower Eric Ciaramella was Biden guest at State Department banquet

    Eric Ciaramella, the alleged Ukraine whistleblower, was a guest of Vice President Joe Biden at a glitzy lunch in October 2016 to honor the prime minister of Italy.

    Biden co-hosted the banquet with former Secretary of State John Kerry for then-Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. Ciaramella, who is of Italian heritage, was among the U.S. officials who accepted an invitation. This week, the Washington Examiner reported that Ciaramella is now a deputy national intelligence officer for Russia and Eurasia on the National Intelligence Council, reporting to the director of national intelligence.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/alleged-whistleblower-eric-ciaramella-was-biden-guest-at-state-department-banquet

  25. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      LOL ! Love the Bee, of course, the left is trying to take it down as Fake News, I think that just increased their supporters.

    • Constance says:

      I shared it on Facebook, this ought to stir up my remaining Dem acquaintances all of which have zero sense of humor!

      • DeniseVB says:

        Me too. Now that my daughter is working in the bike racing industry, and a looney lefty, she is rabidly against bio-men racing against the women. She says no amount of hormones is going to change a man’s body mass and bone density into a woman’s.

  26. lyn says:

    A Chick-fil-A is coming to Medford, OR! It is right across one of our stops–Trader Joe’s.

  27. Dora says:

    • lateblum says:

      This reminded me that Roger Elbert was married to a Black woman. I’m quite certain he was angered and saddened by this display of disrespect masquerading as “just plain fun”. And though he would be anti-Trump today, just as so many are in the entertainment community, it doesn’t diminish his intelligence and decency.

  28. lyn says:

    If this was posted a month ago, all I have to say is: Again!

  29. Mothy67 says:

  30. Mothy67 says:

    Oh my

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  35. Myiq2xu™ says:

    At 2 am when you are stoned to the bone and pigging out on stale munchies, this is hilarious.

  36. Dora says:

    What an historic night!

  37. taw46 says:

  38. Dora says:

    A billboard promoting Quentin Tarantino’s latest box office release has been vandalized.

    On the day “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” premiered in theaters, one of the many billboards promoting it was defaced when someone replaced Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt’s faces with those of accused pedophiles Jeffrey Epstein and Roman Polanski respectively.

    https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/once-upon-a-time-in-hollywood-billboard-defaced-to-add-jeffrey-epstein-roman-polanski-in-pedowood

  39. DeniseVB says:

    How creepy and that’s a lot of damage to the ozone, lol !

  40. DeniseVB says:

    Good read…..

  41. Dora says:

    I bet he didn’t smoke all those years.

  42. votermom says:

    Klown’s is really good, but I gotta keep fighting 😁

  43. foxyladi14 says:

    I do!!!

    • lateblum says:

      If Trump were not as effective as he is, these ads would be really difficult to write. But because he IS so good, the ads seem to write themselves.

  44. foxyladi14 says:

    New Book. 😀

    • John Denney says:

      The critics on that thread are useless, apparently believing the only kinds of nationalism that exist are either white nationalism or nazi nationalism.

      One guy even tried to “educate” the President by attempting to post a link to the Wikipedia article on nationalism, but his link was truncated. The actual article, which I found by search, plainly states that there are several different kinds of nationalism, including “civic nationalism”, which I believe is what the President and the majority of his supporters mean. His detractors assume he means “ethnic nationalism”, which is the Nazi kind — Japanese imperialist, too, BTW.

      Civic nationalism is what unites Americans – holding certain truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, among which are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. Americans unite to defend Person, Property, and Liberty. Sometimes that requires force of arms, to which we also have a Right.

      Within the U.S. borders, those are the fundamental principles. Globalists would restrict American Liberty, property rights, and personal arms.

  45. DeniseVB says:

    Have Classic Roseanne on in the background, just heard this funny line “Putting Becky in charge is like putting Fredo in charge of the Corleone family” LOL, because a Fredo reference in a 22 year old tv episode never gets old 😀

  46. DeniseVB says:

    Love the #MAGACHALLENGE !

  47. Dora says:

    I wonder if Melania really likes football. 🙂

    • lyn says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Hubby was watching the game, an announcer commented that the Alabama touchdown cheer was not as loud at the President’s introduction. Alabama loves them some Trump. It probably won’t go viral like the Nationals boos. 😉

      Mel went to the Nationals game, I think she’s a good sport. Of course, the royal treatment is quite lovely, no matter what the event. A few years ago, my son set up a special box, on the field, at a Florida Marlins game, next to the Marlins dugout. I don’t remember the game as much as the fun perks that came with the box seats. The room behind us had an all you can eat buffet and lovely waitstaff that came out every 10 minutes to refresh my wine glass. Probably why I don’t remember the game, LOL.

  48. DeniseVB says:

    New Thread Up! Happy long weekend 🙂

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