This is Your Brain on Aphorisms: Free Speech, Jail Brutality!

This is Your Brain on Aphorisms: Free Speech, Jail Brutality!
I was born a young baby. Then I grew up. Then I grew confused. Then I grew tired. I'm a 20th century man who's somehow been transported to the 21st century, with one foot in the gone past and the other in the here now. I started my blog mymanymoodsofme toward the end of 2012. There I write humorous essays, stories and poems (lyrics from my songs), in addition to my aphorisms. It's good work... if you get it. In my spare time I play chess, write songs, and reflect upon what I see. I'm very happy to be colluding with Humor Times, and hope you enjoy the result. Cheers!

Police brutality leaves protestors aghast. Trump: The “flaw and disorder” president. Being insane isn’t all it’s cracked-up to be. Racists brutal lies with hate. Republicans always canspiracy the … Read more

The FBI is Watching YOU

The FBI is Watching YOU
John Glynn is an Irishman, a lover of Guinness and a
potato connoisseur. An expert in the area of mediocrity, he one day hopes to own a decent coffee maker and visit SeaWorld Orlando.

FBI surveillance planes now dot the skies over America On the network’s 3 a.m. show, aptly named Pink Eye, Fox News panellists recently discussed conspiracy theories. “High tech helicopters in the … Read more

‘Honest Abe’ Lincoln Ruefully Admits: I Was Wrong to Save the Union

‘Honest Abe’ Lincoln Ruefully Admits: I Was Wrong to Save the Union
Michael was born in South Africa at the height of the apartheid era He quickly became involved in the underground resistance movement, knew Nelson Mandela and other prominent revolutionaries, some of whom later moved into privileged positions formerly occupied by whites. After several exciting escapes, he was forced to flee the country in disguise. He successfully made his way to the UK and gained his PhD at Cambridge on a university scholarship, He then pursued the dualcareer of college professor and social revolutionary, provoking academic and political mayhemwherever he went. Having thus failed miserably at both politics and education, he now cynically rails like Diogenes at the foibles of mankind in bitter satires and faintly subtly edgy political cartoons. History will, however absolve him. In 2006 he discovered a new Shakespeare play, but it's going to take a new generation to acknowledge it. Check out his website, Editorial and Political Cartoons.

‘The racism is so bad, we should just let those miserable bastards go, and we can unite with Canada’ – Abraham Lincoln HEAVEN’S GATE – The ghost of … Read more

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