Possibly my biggest illustrated edition ever, complete with impeachment, Russia investigations, climate change, stupid leftists, beauty, and so much more.
Every time some crazy, criminal person does an evil thing, Americans need to be reminded that the problem is not guns and that the Second Amendment matters.
That’s why this illustrated edition, once again, focuses on the Second Amendment, its inextricable connection to liberty, and the things that really kill in America — along with detours into other things such as Democrat candidates, Stupid Leftists, silly stuff, and more.
(By the way, sorry for the silence yesterday. I made an unplanned 250 mile round trip to visit a friend who, life being what it is, I may not see again for a very long time. I tried to put up this post yesterday but, after that drive, was just too darned tired.)
I’ve got the usual clever, thought-provoking political commentary in my illustrated edition, but I’ve also got a huge amount of insanely logical silly stuff.
Nothing special to see in this illustrated edition — except for myriad Leftist follies blowing up in their faces and exposing them to deserved ridicule.
I’ve spent some time trawling across the internet for the best posters about the invasion, stupid Leftists, elections, #Blexit, and much more. Have fun!
I was working on a long post that made perfect sense when I woke up at 3 am thinking about it. By the time I’d worked on it for more than an hour, though, I realized that it did not make perfect sense. It made no sense. That sent me on a mental flash back to my high school German class. I hated that class, which meant I studied as little as possible. One day, though, I went into an exam very confident, because I had a dream in which I knew all the answers. When I took the test, I drew on the dream for my test responses — and got an F.
I keep getting reminded that dreams have their own logic, one that doesn’t work well in the waking world. So instead of a silly dreamscape post, you get an illustrated edition.
This is not a large Bookworm Beat poster collection, but it’s a good one, complete with carefully selected political and social humor to start your weekend.
I think Chuckles the Clown sums up this illustrated edition: “A little song, a little dance, a little Seltzer in your pants.” It’s a mish-mash.
My first illustrated edition for 2018 and it’s a doozy. I know you’ll get some good laughs with this one as well as some big smiles and thoughtful moments.
Even on sad days, the illustrated edition proves that the Left never slows down in its headlong rush into deep (but occasionally laughable) insanity.
Before showing you the illustrations for this illustrated edition, I want to say that my thoughts and prayers are with the Texas shooting victims, their family, and friends. As I write this, there’s no information yet about the shooter. I don’t need information, though, to know that he was a profoundly evil human being. My religious beliefs may be inchoate, but if there’s a Hell, I hope he rots there for eternity.
Anyway, I’ve saved up these political posters for the last couple of days, so I’ll put them up before too much time passing renders them stale. Stay safe, my friends. Stay safe.