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Buzzy is at the Table

Good Morning, Breakfastpoppers. Today is Monday, May 9, 2016. Our flying friend, Buzzy, is at the table this morning. He is up to his wings in disappointment, shock and disgust. The liberals are playing the rest of us for fools, trying to push their screwed up agenda on us with the force of a Mack truck plowing through a field of lilies. Buzzy has asked for the pleasure of your company this morning. He needs to vent, and when Buzzy needs to vent he needs the Poppers to talk him off the ledge. Buzzy is serving waffles topped with strawberries. I will be serving lattes. We hope to see you soon.

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Wasted Educations

Thank you all for coming this morning. I am certain that you are all aware of the bizarre nature of life in our nation these days. The United States spends over $600 billion per year on public education. Despite all the money, it has been reported by the National Assessment of Educational Progress, that a large majority of high school seniors are woefully unprepared for college-level work in math and reading. Nearly two-thirds of seniors do not have the written language skills necessary for college. Their inability to think clearly shows up every time I hear people interviewed about current events who can't string two words together that make sense. I think we are in big, big trouble.

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Our Park Service is Scary

We have a crisis in our nation. Our Latino population, whether legal or illegal, are feeling sad, unloved and scared. It seems that the nation's Park Rangers are scaring this segment of society by virtue of their uniforms which reminds the Latinos of I.C.E agents. How this particular non-issue has bloomed and morphed into something we all should be concerned about is sheer insanity. Are we really considering changing the uniforms to please a group of people who seem to have way too much time on their hands? Perhaps, if their fear is crippling, they should seek color therapy. Even better they should come to terms with the fact that being in a country illegally is hard work. We are in big, big trouble.

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Lunch Lady Calls the Cops

Our schools are changing very quickly. What used to be okay is wrong, what used to make sense has become insulting and what used to be considered a non-incident is now a police matter. Consider the fact that the lunch lady at Christa McAuliffe Midddle School in Houston Texas, felt compelled to call the police when a 13 year old eighth grader attempted to pay for her lunch with a $2 bill. The lunch lady must have believed that the student was a counterfeiter. The police added insult to injury by telling the student that she could be in big trouble. The girl's grandma was called and told that her granddaughter may have committed a third-degree felony. The idiocy continued when the Fort Bend ISD police investigated the $2 bill ala CSI. They traced the bill back to a convenience store. The investigation finally came to an end at a bank where the police were informed that the bill was real. I am telling you, we are in big, big trouble.

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Privilege is a Dirty Word

Missouri State University has launched a poster campaign aimed at shaming students who are white, straight, male, Christian or able-bodied. The university's student government sponsored the posters and made sure they were placed all over campus. Just in case those reading the posters didn't get their meaning, a definition of privilege was printed on each poster. Privilege is "unearned access to social power based on membership in a dominant social group." We are in big, big trouble.

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The Biggest Joke of All

Let's end this abbreviated foray into this nation that is "changed" and bizarre with one unbelievable statement from White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest. Earnest has claimed that President Obama is "the most popular politician in America." We are in big, big trouble.

Buzzy's Song

Fly me to the moon

And let me live where life makes sense

Things are so insane right now

I'm feeling kind of tense!

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fpherj48 4 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

No words.....Just shock & disgust. Pop, big big trouble is the bottom line. Who'd have ever thought?


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breakfastpop 4 months ago Author

Good Morning fp,

No worries, my friend, thinking is now overrated! See you at the Inn.


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Tom Whitworth 4 months ago from Moundsville, WV

Pop and Buzzy,

I used to joke about lib's drinking too much Kool Aid. I now believe they do drink some noxious brew based on the Bathroom gender wars. Another non-issue elevated to crisis status.


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billybuc 4 months ago from Olympia, WA

The Park Service and Lunch Lady stories have me in a quandary: do I laugh or cry???? If this wasn't coming from you I would assume it was a joke, but I know it's real and that makes it all so very sad.

Enjoy that sunshine!


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breakfastpop 4 months ago Author

Good Morning Tom,

I agree and this is not the end of the insanity. They are trying to push society as far as they can, even if it's off a cliff. See you at the Inn.


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breakfastpop 4 months ago Author

Dear billy,

Laugh anyway, crying is a waste of salt. See you at the Inn.


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Old Poolman 4 months ago from Rural Arizona

Patti - The sooner we all realize the inmates now run the asylum the better off we will be. While the actions you describe make no sense at all to most of us, they make perfect sense to those involved.

It would be impossible for us to make them see how insane their way of thinking has become. They now live in a completely different world than we do and find it perfectly normal. God help us all.


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breakfastpop 4 months ago Author

Good Morning Mike,

I have to say that I have spoken to a few of these lunatics, and there is no getting through to them. They are incapable of intelligent thought. See you at the Inn. I am hungry for good conversation.


taxlarry 4 months ago

Well, we can look at the bright side of all of this. The dumbing down of America is now complete. Job we'll done!!


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bradmasterOCcal 4 months ago from Orange County California

Pop

I can hardly wait until the new $20 bill comes out. People will think that they are in England, and getting Pounded.

I bet you they would have done better taking the $2 bill to Walmart. This could work as a mgmt test for the store.

This is a job ad to push for private schooling. Take the $10,000 allocated for each student, and give them a voucher for private school. The constitution doesn't even give us a right to education?

In California, the illegals don't worry because they have driver licenses. They also have protested in the middle of downtown Los Angeles waving the Mexican Flag, while burning the US Flag.

And they don't have to worry about us white people, at least in CA because they equal our numbers here. And with the way they produce children, we will be a minority soon enough.

OK, they want me to look at some ink spots, see you later.


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Jean Bakula 4 months ago from New Jersey

Hi,

I'm a liberal, but surprisingly agree with all you said about the educational system. My son is a teacher, and you have it all correct. The inmates are running the asylum.

Parents bully the teachers if they want to give their "gifted" children less than an A or B for average work. If the teacher doesn't go along with it, the parents report them to the Superintendent, and try to fire the teacher. Most of the students are low in reading and math, since they never do any of either. Senior year is a waste of time, it's too late to teach them anything anyway. It would be useful to teach them life skills, how to fix simple things on their cars, how to balance a checkbook, basic cooking and cleaning, doing some building and measuring, or something to help their critical thinking skills.

Plus they all have to take another language, but never learn to speak it fluently, like everyone else in the world. Most people in other countries can speak their own language, English, and possibly another language.

It's such a shame, and we pour a lot of money into education. The teachers aren't getting it, even the few good ones. And as far as the lunch lady who had to call the cops, these kids have no respect for anyone. I don't know if the parents are lazy, but even if a few were, they can't all be.


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breakfastpop 4 months ago Author

Dear taxlarry,

The dumbing down of America is one of the few things that has been successful. Successful if you think of success as power over people. See you at the Inn.


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breakfastpop 4 months ago Author

Dear brad,

Forget the ink spots ,just head to the Inn where commonsense still prevails!


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breakfastpop 4 months ago Author

Dear Jean,

Our education system is a total mess and a failure, as well. You see the results of that every single day when you try to conduct ordinary business but can't because people are too stupid. By the way, the lunch lady should take a few lessons on American currency. Thanks for coming to the breakfast table. Visit more often, we have fun here.


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bradmasterOCcal 4 months ago from Orange County California

Pop

Thanks for the invite, did it, and feeling better. Although, before that I generated a couple of heated ?s.

Have a great day.


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maven101 4 months ago from Northern Arizona

Good morning Buzzy and Pop...

You have given several expositions of Marxist cultural relativism... In it's many forms, it is the keystone of the left; that nothing can ever be established, that all moral assertions are arbitrary, that civilization is baseless and no better than some cannibal tribe in Africa. It also includes the denial of absolute values and asserts that all things are relative to an individual's perception or belief...A very powerful opiate that appeals to the so-called disenfranchised, the intellectually challenged (sorry, I meant the stupid), the bully-whiners that inhabit our Universities, and the progressive ideologues bereft of critical thinking...

This opiate appeals to perceptions about race, religion, and social justice...These perceptions are supported by a censorship that is called political correctness, where all views on equality that disagree with the Cultural Marxist view are avoided, censored, and punished.

We are living in an evolving tyranny, a tyranny of our own making, and, dammit, there is nothing we can do to change that, short of a full-out social revolution which will never happen considering the dumbed down generations of Americans we have produced since the 70's...

Boy, do I ever need a couple of your famous Manhattans, some common-sense conversation, and a shoulder to cry on as I grieve for my once wonderful America...


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breakfastpop 4 months ago Author

Dear maven,

I'll grieve with you over a few Manhattans. You certainly have my shoulder to cry on. Our America is disappearing, and I can no longer imagine a way back. Dr. Lyle Rossiter, Jr. wrote a book, " The Liberal Mind: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness", in which he says that the liberal agenda preys on weakness and feelings of inferiority in the population by doing the following:

1.Creating and reinforcing perceptions of victimization.

2. Satisfying infantile cravings for entitlement, indulgence and compensation.

3. Augmenting primitive feelings of envy.

4. Rejecting the sovereignty of the individual, subordinating him to the will of the government.

When he characterizes the liberal mind as a sick mind, I think he has it right. Today's liberals are crazed leftists who don't appreciate the meaning of freedom. It's their way or the highway. I'll order you another Manhattan.


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maven101 4 months ago from Northern Arizona

Rossiter's analysis of the 21st century liberal is brilliant...You see the footprints of that agenda in every slanted news story, every concern for a child's self-esteem while ignoring the hard earned lessons of competition, and, devastatingly, the constant subordination of the individual to the Borg-like demands of progressive liberals...I refuse to be assimilated..!!!

Eh, I think I just heard the beat of a helicopter...If I disappear please feed my Rocco...


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breakfastpop 4 months ago Author

Dear maven,

I am so sorry I didn't get right back to you. Just about the time the helicopter was circling your house, two black SUV'S pulled up in front of my home. I ran out the back door and hid in the bushes. I have no idea what happened, but they didn't leave a note. I will care for your Rocco. You only have to dust off my faux plants should I disappear. Rossiter has it right and our experience tonight is the perfect example of his thesis. See you at the Inn. Please bolt the door behind you.


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WillStarr 4 months ago from Phoenix, Arizona

We have become a nation of loons, dependent on our government for guidance in all things. The rugged individual, his hardy wife, and their sturdy children are relics of who we used to be.


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breakfastpop 4 months ago Author

Good Morning Will,

Well, let's face it, Obama came to change us and change us he did. I'm not sure we will ever recover. See you at the Inn.


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maven101 4 months ago from Northern Arizona

Patti...I would check your house and computer for listening and recording devices... We joke about such but with the presence of thought police, food police, speech police, and culture police, we are entering into the nightmare world of Orwell's 1984...

Will Starr has it right, the emasculation of men, the radicalization of women, and the replacement of parental discretion by government fiat, has resulted in a populace hugely dependent on a government that provides cradle to grave subsidies at the cost of freedoms lost...It's all about control...

Thank God we have our very own "Safe Space" known to Poppers as the Inn...Beam me up, Scotty...The Borg have arrived...

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