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When is enough...enough?

Updated on December 11, 2015

Superstar wanna b's?They're everywhere! They come in all shapes, sizes and colors...making all kinds of sick money...

And how many of you agree with me, that most of these movies that they're throwing at us and our kids - to put it mildly - SUCK!

And the actors? Who can't, no matter how they try!

Like, what's her name, that should put some ice on her lips - maybe it'll bring the swelling down?

The kid with the hood? Go back to Canada! We all know you are a spoiled rotten kid!

How about that jerk that tried to make us smile by re-doing our beloved "Arthur?" Don't bother! No, really. You shouldn't have bothered!

The other one, that at any given chance, tries to show us a part of her body that she hasn't already shown us. Thanks, but no thanks. We've seen enough - yawn...



No, these aren't shopping malls. These are houses that some people choose to live in...

How much is enough? By the way...I like your plane. When do you use that? To drop off your dry cleaning?

You've achieved, what you think is success and you've got money coming out of your - ears.

I'm not saying it's wrong to have toys but...

when is enough - enough ?


And, instead of waiting for those popular times to arrive before you donate to those less fortunate - like - Christmas, Thanksgiving, News Years, etc...How about writing a check - RIGHT NOW!

It's not too difficult to go on line and find some kind of an organization that's participating in a worthy cause and send a check.

Obviously, being a New Yorker, I'm no dummy. I'm saying first things first... do your research to make sure that they are legit before you send anyone anything! If your willing just to do it blindly? Hell, I'll give you my address!

Phil Collins says it best with this song...........

It's up to all of us to help! Well, maybe you can help more - since you've got so much money and not a clue as to what to do with it - besides buy another house, car, boat, plane, etc.!

Like the song says - "Can't You Read The Signs?"


We all know how much sick money you guys make!

Since we were kids, we wanted to grow up to be just like you. Some of us did pretty good in some sports, not so good in others. But, we had fun! Trading and collecting your trading cards, buying your hats, tee shirts, sweat shirts, bats, gloves, basketballs, baseballs, posters, sports figures, food promotions - cereals, drinks, snack foods, bedding, pj's, etc.

And now, we've got are kids hooked on this stuff. Once again, I'm not saying it's wrong to have it all...all I'm saying my brothers and sisters is HOW ABOUT SHARING THE WEALTH?

(Just think Tiger, how many children's lives could've been affected if you spent all that money on them instead hookers?)

Hey, it doesn't have to be cash. You need some ideas? Here you go...

How about donating exercise equipment to a school that didn't pass their budget - "FOR ONE REASON OR ANOTHER"!

Or buying new books that are about 20 years old?

Or music equipment, so more kids can make real music instead of listening to that poetry crap!

Building a park in a neighborhood that doesn't have one?

Go to your local place of worship and fill up their food bank? Man, I'm sure a lot of those are running dry!

Organize and donate what ever our men in women can use that are protecting our great country.

once again people - share...once again - When is enough...enough?


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