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Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , on April 16, 2017 by andelino

We apparently dropped a big ole “nasty” MOAB bomb in Afghanistan.

Gotta think that made “sleeping in a cave” just a touch more difficult.

We often hear of these “nomenclatures” but have no clue what these “bombs” actually can do. So, here’s what a “MOAB GBU-43” does.

It’s “great” if you’re America; it’s not so good if you’re on the “receiving” end.

You might remember a “test detonation” footage of this bomb being “dropped in the ocean.

We never actually “used” it, though we certainly “put out word” that we might.

Here’s one with less “payload” going off in Yemen.

The “MOAB” (Massive Ordinance Air Blast) is the largest “non-nuclear” bomb in the world.

The “Mother Of All Bombs” is huge and weighs 21,000 pounds. Each bomb “costs” about 14.6 million.

One can “assume” that the target of said bomb was of a pretty “high” value.

Here at home “Mothers” everywhere are “objecting to the use of the name “Mother Of All Bombs” saying it is “sexist” and binary “cisgender” to reference bombs as “mother” of all.

“Ya get to be a little fat 43 and the first thing that bastard wants to do is ‘drop’ me and get a pair slim 20’s? Like hell! This fat ‘bomb’ can do everything, and all at the same time!” said one anonymous protestor.

“Does that ‘bomb’ have six hands? No. Do you have ‘eyes’ behind your head? No. Can you spend ‘money’ like its growing on trees? No. How then can you call it ‘Mother of all Bombs? said another feminazi.

Moab, UT at sunrise.

It is not just “mothers” who are offended. So are all “residents” of Moab, Utah.

Watch out, “ISIS,” a lot of these “bombs” have your “name” on them.

U.S. Military Drops ‘Mother of all bombs’ on Islamic State in Afghanistan
CODE PINK protests Donald Trump and the ‘Mother of all Bombs.’


World’s Toughest Job

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , on April 18, 2014 by andelino

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Do you have what it takes to handle the World’s Toughest Job? It requires more than 135 hours per week, constant mobility, keen coordination and adept communication. There are no breaks, no holidays off, and there is no pay.

The “most” important job is also the world’s “toughest” job.

Mullen, an advertising agency in Boston, posted a fake “Director of Operations” job listing online and in newspapers. The ad got 2.7 million impressions from paid ad placement, but only 24 people responded, according to Ad Week.

Each of those people then sat down to interview for the job and all were shocked at what was required of them: “no sitting, no vacations, no guaranteed sleep and zero money.”

“Is that even legal?” one applicant asked. “Nobody is going to do that for free!” another responded.

But billions of people do all this “each and every” day. When the applicants found out just who holds the title of “World’s Toughest Job,” some were brought to tears.

As for the “job requirements” of a mother, I get it. It’s difficult. I love my mother, too, but let’s not get carried away.

Not everyone has it as rough as Gwyneth Paltrow claiming it’s “easier working a 9-5 than being a movie star mommy.”

But standing all the time? Are moms required to raise children in the Hanoi Hilton?

I don’t think you need to go to John’s Hopkins for 6 years to get that degree in medicine to put Band-Aids on “boo-boo’s.” Where I grew up it was either “iodine” or “put some dirt on it.”

Everything else about the topic of mothers being “mothers” can be answered by the “all-wise” Bill Burr.

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