Posted in "Humor", anti-White, Big Sis, Border Security, Cartoons, feminism, free speech, Graphic Design, Immigration, Political Correctness, Trump-Derangement-Syndrome

The Broad Squad

Imagine these overlord-lites stomping on your remaining Liberties for the rest of their lives, because…

  1. They possess no otherwise-marketable skills.
  2. They have grown accustomed to the luxury and prestige of their suddenly-6-figure salaries (not to mention all the golden perks).
  3. They feed like Vampires off the annoyance/angst/anger of any who are forced to submit to their demands, like congressional-committee questioning.
  4. Now hooked on the legislator’s Power-to-Command and Control we commoners, there is no going back to the real-world for these creatures.
  5. Nothing – save Death – could possibly substitute for nor satisfactorily satiate their Swampborn addiction to demanding obedience.

 

Posted in abortion, Cartoons, feminism, Politics, progressives, Women

Fixed it

Better late than never, plus you gotta love that Cyrus is accused of “stealing” the phrase on the actual cake (“Abortion IS Healthcare”).

Does it get any better than a Chick-Feminist Fight? (Nope.)

It could happen.

My inspiration.

Posted in Fairytales, Faith, free speech, Graphic Design, Islam, Muslim Correctness, Politics, Writing

Available now: a FREE! Sci-fi fairytale

UPDATED 8 March 2019: Available on Smashwords, now. Short blurb:

Sometimes space-aliens really are out to get you, so don’t judge a space-rock by its stony exterior. The matrix might be hiding something truly mind-boggling which you (and your brain) should steer clear of. Um-m-m…NOW!

Is there a sci-fi fairytale genre? Well, there needs to be. This one will be about 9500 words and posits the actual origins of the Religion-of-Peace® (HT to Richard Dawkins). As you might imagine, I’m struggling on the final edits. (Also working to tie it into – as backstory – one of the passengers on the fictional Stratos A-29 flight in the FREE! short story called No Respect.)

I should have it up here over the weekend. It’s HERE!

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p.s. If you drool over new fonts as much as I do (you poor thing), the two used on this cover (and likely on others of mine) are from the awesome FREE! font site, fontsquirrel. (Bahia & DayPosterBlack)

Posted in "Humor", Big Sis, Education, Fairytales, feminism, Guns, Liberty, Political Correctness, Politics, progressives, Writing

A politically-progressive fairytale for free…of course!

The Smashword’s blurb for “Questionable Character”:

Of course college senior Hester Primm was aware that she had a “Permanent Record.” She had been told, as had countless other school kids all their lives, to keep it clean…or suffer some vague future Consequences. Well, who’d’ve thunk that that very same P-R-scam would be pulled on her as a graduating senior in the home stretch? Not Hester, that’s for sure and all for trying to NOT do what she thought was the wrong thing. Go figure…

Trying to work-within-the-system, might-makes-right, and good-guys rush in all collide in this sober-yet-satirical look at campus politics in the 21st century.

On a side note, campus life will probably only get worse.

This one’s not humorous for sure, but still, I hope it’s as enjoyable. Let me know!

Also, none of the characters in QC are recognizable from – or clearly connected to – any of the characters in my other recent stories. Perhaps that will change in the future. 🙂

Posted in Diversity, Economics, Fairytales, feminism, Fiction, Humor, Immigration, Islam, Political Correctness, Politics, Writing

Happy “Presidential-aspirations Day!” Celebrate by reading a short-story

Smashwords’ Blurb for “No Respect”:

In the not-too-distant-Future…a snarky power-mad gender-bending Senator (with Presidential aspirations, of course) is having trouble getting respect even in the D.C. Swamp. “They” unexpectedly meet a second soulmate, in the form of a race-bending bodyguard of all people, on a history making supersonic flight back home to Texas.

Short stories as “backstory”

I’m sure I’m not the first writer to figure this out, but it’s becoming clear that the short stories I’ve written since deciding to finally work on my “response” to The Handmaid’s Tale are functioning as backstory of sorts. (Two years ago I gave mine the clunky title, “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Sabayas.”*)

Have a favorite in No Respect? Stay tuned

My plan at the moment is to make the crew and passengers on the supersonic-flight in “No Respect” the main cast in my book. The short stories I’ll do over the next few weeks will, therefore, pick up on one or a pair of these folks, to fill in some Life details and show the perspective they are bringing** to a (totalitarian) Future under Islamic rule, which I see as much more realistic than any future ruled by a fundamental-Christian theocracy that Margaret Atwood’s fifty-shades-of-red-feminist fantasy novel drones on about (or pines for?).


“Dev” from Killer Fries is in this story…

…along with one other from “Killer,” because I realized I could effectively use them in the new novel I’m planning. To accomplish this I amended KF by adding a scene-setting paragraph at the beginning and a new one at the end.

The uploaded story file now includes them. Here’s the updated Smashword’s blurb:

Killer Fries…In which a recurring nightmare leaves a tough man’s man wondering, once again, which really would be scarier: settling down and having a bunch of headstrong kids, or routinely dealing with political monsters that never seem to get their comeuppance soon enough

Thanks for reading my stories!


*Sabaya is the term used by ISIS, at least, for “sex slave”

**insight into Islam and an Islamic theocracy, or total naivte

Posted in Big Sis, Diversity, Fairytales, Guns, Humor, Writing

A free short-story for your reading pleasure

Inspired by real politicians 🙂

I haven’t written any fiction for two years so I figured the best way to ease into another book project would be by getting some short stories out. This one is less than 2000 words. Now that’s short.

Please let me know if it made you chuckle at least.



UPDATE: 18 feb 2019

In order to re-cast several characters…

I realized I could effectively use the main character, Dev, in the new novel I’m planning. To accomplish this I added a scene-setting paragraph at the beginning and a new one at the end.

The story now includes them, so here’s the updated Smashword’s blurb:

Killer Fries…In which a recurring nightmare leaves a tough man’s man wondering, once again, which really would be scarier: settling down and having a bunch of headstrong kids, or routinely dealing with political monsters that never seem to get their comeuppance soon enough


UPDATE: 11 feb 2019

Teespring Shirts and more

Yup. I did it. You can get a Direct-to-Garment printed KILLER FRIES shirt from my shop over there, for as little as $14.99 (not including shipping); the mug above for $9.99. I set the prices super low compared to all their “suggested” mark-ups.

Posted in DIY, Economics, Fiction, Graphic Design, T-shirts, Writing

Taking a break from stenciling…

I’ve recently finished “running the numbers,” for tax-purposes, from my stencil-printed t-shirt hobby and I’ve decided to stop doing them for a while.


A massive “Thank-you” to all of you who allowed me to create shirts for you in 2018!


It may be hard to believe but little ‘ol’ perfectionist me makes barely above minimum wage on each shirt. I will instead, devote the majority of my creative energy on a fiction project I’ve been itching to tackle (for 2+ years…YIKES). (But I do intend to add a few of my existing designs onto the print-on-demand site, Teespring. And perhaps some new, ones. Yes, I know there is always the risk of their censorship.)

I hope you will find something else very soon in my Teespring shop that you’d also enjoy wearing – or drinking your coffee from!

Posted in "Humor", Fiction, Graphic Design, Guns, Political Correctness, Writing

Reboot (British pun intended) of a classic #2A graphic

Encapsulated in this graphic design is today’s tragic story along with the even more tragic event from the past. Uber will likely “pay up,” whereas murderer Ted Kennedy NEVER received the punishment he was due.

MyGuns_vs_SelfDrivingCars

NOTE: Kennedy’s cold-blooded abandonment/murder of the beautiful Mary Jo Kopechne is a poignant moment in my post-2016-election novella, “An Election Carol.” The book’s lovely co-star (Emjay) is meant to a be a tribute to her, one of countless lives-cut-short by the Evil in this world.

Consider the Leo Damore book discussed in this article to learn about the “incident,” rather than the new movie. It’s certain to be more honest.