2 of 2 — or you probably would prefer I say II of II.
1 of 2 — or should I say I of II?
Yeah, you saw everyone posting about the 49th anniversary of the first moon walk. Here’s something different. It was the first USPS “jumbo” commemorative airmail stamp, and you can’t get much faster than a rocket in space. The master printing die was taken to the moon on Apollo 11, and the crew canceled one test stamp … See the Meme
Arnold Toynbee (1852–1883) was a British economic historian noted for his social commitment and desire to improve the living conditions of the working class. Ironically, he apparently worked himself to death (at age 30). Labor Day in the United States is a public holiday celebrated on the first Monday in September. It honors the American … See the Meme
Sent by a reader* with the title shown as the subject line. I did track down the origin: it’s from November 30, 2016 — a few weeks after Trump was elected — as an entry in a Trump “Photoshop Battle” on Reddit by user LeontiosTheron. * I didn’t make it, so no “RandysRandom.com” imprint on it. The … See the Meme
Every time I go to a buddy’s house, I come away with a great meme. (The previous one.) I spotted these figures in a cubby on his living room wall. They’re about 2″ tall. When he saw me spot them, he gave me this challenge: “Name them all and win the prize.” He didn’t offer … See the Meme
Think about it, boy. The truth really does matter. (This is a re-issue of an item from 2017 to provide a nicer version of the graphic.)
And what did they DO with the statue once it was knocked off its mighty perch? About half was melted down to make 42,088 bullets to shoot at the king’s soldiers! (Other parts, such as the king’s head, were carried away.) (Source) The painting: Pulling Down the Statue of King George III by William Walcutt, … See the Meme
Ever notice that those who call themselves “supremacists” are almost always the most stupid, the most uneducated, the least able to think people in the country? Which is to say, the most inferior example of a citizen of a free country? You know, the sort of obliviot who doesn’t even see the irony of screaming “You … See the Meme
The catch? The resulting ads won’t be as interesting as the Amazon search results.