Category: Entertainment

Disney Claims Florida Can’t Dissolve Its Special Tax District Until Debts Are Paid

In a statement quietly posted April 21, Disney informed investors that despite the recent law abolishing its special tax district by 2023, the state of Florida can’t actually do that unless it also covers all outstanding debts associated with the district. Subsequently, the company told investors it intends to conduct business as usual for the time being…


Double Down: Disney Launching Task Force To Create More LGBTQ+ Content For Children & Families

A groveling Disney CEO Bob Chapek on Monday told employees the company should have condemned Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill that blocked the teaching of sexuality and transgender ideology to students in kindergarten through third grade, speaking 24-hours hours before mutinous staff planned to walk out during a day-long strike…



Talking About ‘Satan Shoes’ Only Results In More Stupid Garbage Culture Attention Seeking Whores

I know it’s hard to resist pushing the outrage button when Hollywood provocateurs carry out the latest assault on your sensibilities. It set me off for years. But these days I find myself increasingly bored by these sad attempts at scandalizing the masses. We are now numb & un-scandalizable…


The End Of Sports


Turning on the TV the other night for my ailing mother-in-law, a devotee of the Vancouver Canucks hockey team, we were pummeled by the public address announcer’s sanctimonious spiel about Black Lives Matter, the social sickness of “systemic racism,” and how these issues were “bigger than the game.” Some of the players were featured delivering solemn, not-entirely lucid homilies about justice for the oppressed and the need for brotherhood among the races. One could sense Saint Kaepernick might be kneeling somewhere in the background… 


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Rest In Peace: Charlie Daniels 1936-2020

Charlie Daniels, the Country music and southern rock legend, has passed away. A statement released by his publicist said the Country Music Hall of Fame and Grand Ole Opry member died Monday morning at Summit Medical Center in Hermitage, Tennessee. Doctors determined the cause of death was a hemorrhagic stroke. He was 83. Funeral arrangements will be announced in the coming days.