Thursday, May 2, 2019


Early Japanese Cars

              1972 Datsun 240Z
Loading Friday's entry because we will be visiting tomorow! Thanks

Those headlines concerning the ladies that put ‘everything on display’. SHE Left Little To The Imagination with lace see through.
Jaw Dropping!  Shocking!  She turns Heads with See-
Thru Bottom, SHE stops the Red Carpet with See Thru Dress, etc….

What in the name of common sense could someone wear or not wear to show-ALL now a days THAT WOULD BE SHOCKING, or even turn heads?

We have too many journalists needing work imma thinking. Those headlines here on the internet are click bait I think.

A world that is fascinated with other people’s lives and clothes baffles someone like me. Even the news from the UK and the ‘Royal Baby Watch’.  The real or unreal inter-family squabbles of the ROYAL family sorta bothers me. It is like some reporters (or papers) would LOVE to see some marriages or families torn apart.

If you and your husband (or wife) were getting along well, how would you feel to see headlines saying ‘He or She’ was cheating on you! I see headlines like that while we are in line at the grocery store.

Someone must buy those papers, I have only known one person who purchased one regularly.

That is my rant.

We have had some wonderful company for a night and day. Our former Florida Pastor and his wife stopped by. Life is good.

Nite Shipslog  
P.S.  Did I read that right?
Something Went Wrong in Jet Crash, Expert Says
Really? Ya' think?
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Woody said...

Well, you will behave yourself now with your "House Guest" around !!!!! Not much going on, Just opened one of my Christmas Presents and getting it "Off the Ground" !! Take care and enjoy your company, sending love and regards from the far North, Gary an Anna Mae

Lisa said...

Your right. Its unbelievable what you see now days. Nothing is left to the imagination anymore. A modest person walking by would probably turn more heads because thats not something you see a lot of now days.


betty said...

Its sad when people buy magazines and think that what they are reading are true reporting in it. My mom loved the "rags" as she called those types of publications and when she was living with us, I'd buy them for her (and I admit I liked to read them myself) but we always knew what was fact (not much) and what was fiction (tons). We took it with a grain of salt and had a good laugh over some of the things written (not about people but things discovered).

Enjoy your visiting and your company!


I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

You are so right, nothing is left unsaid or unseen any more. The news is full of shocking things 'to me' anyway every day. I don't give much thought though to any of it. Half of it is 'fake' news anyway. Sad though for many it is real. We need to learn what's important and what's not. Not easy to figure it all out some days.

Dar said...

It IS shocking to see what's called ' the new rage,' and it's horrible. Thank God there are enough sensible people in the world yet, that don't fall for such immorality and shame. My heart aches for the young models that 'think' it's ok just to hold a job. Sad. So glad you'll have some time off to visit with the well taught and teachers of faith.
love n' hugs from up north where, YES, the sun is shining and it's warming up.

Chatty Crone said...

Unfortunately in this world bad news sells and good news doesn't.

Mevely317 said...

You hit the nail on the head when you said, "Too many journalists are needing work." Except, I shudder to call them journalists. I think Walter Cronkite was the last 'tell-it-like-it-is' journalist, who could impart the news without any not-to-subtle nuances. My high-school journalism teacher called it, 'yellow journalism.' I'm no fan of Megan Markle, but I'll sure be glad when all this Royal baby mania subsides.