Paper Dollop

Thread downstairs was getting kinda full. Had to do something about it.

171 Comments on “Paper Dollop”

  1. rightymouse says:

    He looks better with the dollops! 😆

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  3. Octopus says:

    Compare the pic above, taken over ten years ago, with the current pic he’s using on his Twitter account. 😂

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  6. Octopus says:

    “I’m a jazzbo, everyone! Haven’t played a lick in 30 years, but I’m ready if they need me for any soulless noodling!”

  7. Octopus says:

    That’s exactly what you’ve been doing, since 2009. Is it tiring you out?

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  10. rightymouse says:

    I filed my 2020 income taxes in March. They JUST mailed my refund per the IRS website. It includes interest because of their delay. 🙂

  11. rightymouse says:

    This guy NAILS the COVID government control bullshit. Awesome!!!

  12. rightymouse says:

    • Octopus says:

      His personal deterioration was just about to go into overdrive. Here, he’s just a little puffy from crying about Pam’s rejection of his sweaty, fumbling advances, after she brushed his elbow with her boob. Word is, from those who witnessed it, he started drooling and giggling, and attempted to “honk” her breasts with both damp paws. She nailed him hard in the forehead with a palm-heel strike that put him on his butt. Left a mark that is still visible today, in the right light.

  13. rightymouse says:

    Gussy’s behind closed doors again.

    Gus’s Twitterwarrior Theatre
    Error: Please make sure the Twitter account is public.

  14. Octopus says:

    Hunter Walker
    Replying to
    I don’t feel like enough people really understand how close we were to the edge of some truly extreme violence that day.

    Charles Johnson
    It was terrible. If that mob had actually managed to capture their enemies, I have absolutely no doubt it would have become an outright lynching.


  15. Bunk X says:

    I don’t feel like enough people really understand how close we were to the edge of some truly extreme violence that day.

  16. rightymouse says:

    Not the Babylon Bee.

  17. rightymouse says:

    Not my Walmart.

    • Octopus says:

      Love a good Walmart gang fight! 😂

      We had a fight at our local Walmart last year over school supplies, involving, ahem, Them. Two families, fighting over binders and pencils and shit. A gun was pulled by one of the determined Moms, and then the po-po were called. They ended up arresting the gunmom. No shots were fired, child, but if that other ho hadn’t backed off from the pretty unicorn binder, it would have gotten really real.

  18. rightymouse says:

    OMG!! 😯

  19. rightymouse says:

    Not soft porn. 😆

  20. rightymouse says:

    Bill Clinton? LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!

  21. rightymouse says:

    What the…. ??? 😯

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  23. Octopus says:

    “Stolen”. 😂😂😂😂

  24. Octopus says:

    Entitled, “Nothingburger.” 😄

  25. rightymouse says:

    There’s no there, there. It’s a farce.

  26. Bunk X says:

    It’s always about Charles.

    • poteen2 says:

      Everybody knew, he bragged about it and they lined up for it.
      Charlie is just jealous/ @failedrockstar

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  29. rightymouse says:

    This is awesome. I wish our cops could be like this against Antifa and BLM a-holes!!

    • Octopus says:

      Well-played, Greek police!

      Mind you, the Greeks are probably the most laid-back, liberal society in the world. When we were there for two weeks a few years ago, he humble-bragged, I felt myself getting sucked into the whole chill vibe, even though it was hot as blazes and the country was in bankruptcy. So what?! We take a nap in the afternoon, and we dance in the evening. Opa! 😎

    • Bunk X says:

      Great beatdown.
      Why is there a statue of Harry Truman in Athens, and why did the anties want it down?

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  31. Octopus says:

    Bobby Hebb wrote this beautiful song as a form of self-therapy, after his brother was stabbed to death. It’s about maintaining a sunny disposition, rather than a lousy one, which is a trap that’s very easy to fall into. Life slaps you around, sometimes.

    Hebb’s parents, William and Ovalla Hebb, were both blind musicians. Hebb and his older brother Harold performed as a song-and-dance duo in Nashville, beginning when Bobby was three and Harold was nine. Hebb performed on a TV show hosted by country music record producer Owen Bradley.

    Hebb wrote the song after his older brother, Harold, was stabbed to death outside a Nashville nightclub. Hebb was devastated by the event and many critics say it inspired the lyrics and tune. According to Hebb, he merely wrote the song as an expression of a preference for a “sunny” disposition over a “lousy” disposition following the murder of his brother.[3]

    Events influenced Hebb’s songwriting, but his melody, crossing over into R&B (#3 on U.S. R&B chart) and Pop (#2 on U.S. Pop chart), together with the optimistic lyrics, came from the artist’s desire to express that one should always “look at the bright side”. Hebb has said about “Sunny”: “All my intentions were to think of happier times and pay tribute to my brother – basically looking for a brighter day – because times were at a low. After I wrote it, I thought ‘Sunny’ just might be a different approach to what Johnny Bragg was talking about in ‘Just Walkin’ in the Rain.'”

  32. Octopus says:

    And then there’s this:

    • Bunk X says:

      All these years I don’t think I’ve ever heard the original version, only Clapton’s.
      E.C. Was Here was my favorite album in 1975 – Mom gave it to me for my birthday thinking it was an Eagles album… with cleavage.

      • Octopus says:

        My favorite version was Stevie Ray Vaughan’s, until I heard this gem. SRV had a better grasp of the “real blues” than EC, in my humble opinion. Not that Clapton hasn’t proven himself a real bluesman, but I feel Stevie was rawer, and just as technically proficient.

  33. Octopus says:

    This was the last show of SRV’s career. All these guys on one stage? No effin’ way!

    If only Chonky hadn’t been too busy working on Mouse-Ka-Mania, he’d have been up there, too. Chicken-necking like

    • Bunk X says:

      Those kind of all-star side-by-side guitar blowouts never did much for me. Give each their own stage and I’m happy.

      • Octopus says:

        I hear you on that – this is just a novelty I came across while looking to see if Clapton liked SRV. Turns out, he was a huge fan.

        “The worst thing for me was that Stevie Ray had been sober for three years and was at his peak. When he played that night, he had all of us standing mere with our jaws dropped. I mean, Robert Cray and Jimmie Vaughan and Buddy Guy were just watching in awe. There was no one better than him on this planet. Really unbelievable,” Eric Clapton said.

        • Abu says:

          The wife and I saw the show the previous night at Alpine Valley, WI. Great show! We wondered why Clapton would allow such a talent open for him? Then he blew us away.

          The next night we were in Tinley Park, IL seeing Santana. Nice weekend.

          Happy 4th, stalkers! 🇺🇸

  34. rightymouse says:

    WOW! 😯

  35. rightymouse says:

    Happy July 4th weekend!!

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  37. rightymouse says:

    I lol’d when I saw this. 😆

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  39. rightymouse says:

    Going to watch Trump’s Florida rally on Newsmax. 8:00 pm.

  40. Octopus says:


    They really are insane. 😂

    Except for the monkey. He’s fine.

  41. Bunk X says:

    Found this in my archives. The envelopes were hand-painted by my great grandfather and sent to his 18 year-old son on 4 July 1918. Walter was in France, fighting the boche.

    • rightymouse says:

      Beautiful! Presume you got your talent from him?? 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        Quite an artist!

        My grandfather was born in 1895, and was apprenticing as a stained-glass artist in Buffalo when the US decided to enter WWI. He considered joining the Army then, as he was very poor and struggling to keep body and soul together. His father talked him out of it, telling him he was going to do very well in his stained-glass career if he kept on with it, as America was still growing and building churches all over the place. Turned out, he did do well in that business, until the Depression hit and ended the profession for a long stretch of time. He opened a speakeasy for the evenings, in which he also played trumpet in a jazz band, and had a side-hustle painting signs for grocery stores and other commercial businesses – that job became his steady work for the rest of his life, working out of the stable/garage he turned into a studio.

        • rightymouse says:

          My dad was a superb artist. I could draw just fine until my stroke in 2009. It took out my fine motor on the right side.

        • Bunk X says:

          My great-grandfather was a decorative sign painter, employed his sons. They did a lot of ornate work for theaters and worked portraits of their chillun (as cherubs) into the graphics. His father decorated steam engines. That side of the family (my mom’s) were either in the arts or in medicine, and they all lived in a clearing in NE Ohio.
          Mom was a middle school art teacher. She came really close to flunking out of art school – she was having too much fun.

  42. rightymouse says:

    Freedom was not free…

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  44. rightymouse says:

    We’re going to see friends later this afternoon for a grill-out. YAYYYYYYYYY!! 🙂

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  46. rightymouse says:

    Yep. Tell ’em to move to Cuba or Venezuela.

  47. The British says:

    What a wonderful country the USA is. Built from nothing into the greatest country on the planet.

    Now let as look how America became so great.

    Declaration of Independence authored by British subjects.

    Signatories to the Declaration of Independence all British.

    The famous Paul Revere was of French descent. Father was French Huguenot born Apollos Rivoire but Paul Revere was a British subject.

    First four American presidents were British.

    The reason the president of the United States of America lives in the white house is because the British burned down the original presidential home so you had to build a new one, out of stone so the British could not burn it down again.

    Need I continue?

    In conclusion the United States of America was the greatest gift the British gave to humanity.

    Oh, Red, White and Blue?

    Yep the British even inspired your flag.