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Monday, December 16, 2019

If we had a constitutional amendment stating that ‘any president who has to contend with a resistance movement (as Trump has) could run for a third term,’ that would stop the crap we have had to suffer the past three years

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A new ‘golden age of America’ is coming, all we need do is to bury the Democratic Party beneath the county landfill…
Century City, CA 90067, 12-16-2019 Monday:   Friends, greetings, welcome, it is indeed a pleasure to see everyone again.  We also stand on the cusp of yet another holiday season with Mo doing the honors for the next two weeks as is the norm.  This is unusual for me- a third week in a single year- but Stinky and Alvin and Mo believe it is important to give everyone as much opportunity to speak out on political issues, seeing as how we are (1) awaiting impeachment and (2) the upcoming year is an election year, perhaps the most contested, ugly, and potentially damaging to the country as any we have ever seen in our lifetimes.  
As a former far-left socialist-liberal-progressive, someone who saw both Nazism and communism in my native country as a kid, I am aghast at what the Democratic-Socialists are willing to do to our country and its election system. 
The left already is sowing the seeds of distrust in our elections so when President Donald J. Trump wins a second term by a l-a-n-d-s-l-i-d-e the likes of which we have NEVER seen, they will be out there wearing their pretty pink pussy hats and banging their war drums (a la BIG Indian chief Nathan Philips) that once again, the evil Trump rigged and stole another election.
Now, if he somehow managed to run yet again in 2024 and win a third term- which, the Constitution says he cannot- I might agree with the snivelers that he STOLE an election but he can’t, although in my view- and in the view of millions of others- it should be the ‘Booby Prize’ because the Dems have done everything imaginable to destroy his first four years. 
Perhaps when the GOP reclaims the House and adds more to the Senate next November then perhaps they can put forth a new constitutional amendment saying that any president who suffers a similar ‘resistance movement’ can run for another term.  That would stop a lot of the crap we have been watching occur for the past four years, I’m telling you.
What I do know is this: we cannot continue down this woeful path.  I agree with Stinkbug that what the Democrats are doing is beyond belief, that the Dems are willing to pit American against American just to win and hold power.  I think they must pay a horrendous price in the upcoming elections and you had better believe that I will be investigating party affiliation in every supposed non-partisan race in my district.  I won’t cast a vote for a Democrat dogcatcher.  No f**king way.
The only good to come out of this fiasco of the Dems trying to destroy President Trump every second of the day and night is that the American people are now aware that we have a gut and bowel cancer called the Deep State that cannot relinquish power without destroying the country.  We have even seen some POS goon on a program with former Obama CIA chief John Brennan a month or two ago, thanking God for the presence of a “Deep State.” 
The Deep State is the Hydra of Greek mythology, a multi-headed monster that simply will not give an inch of ground.  We may have been somewhat dubious or ambivalent when Donald Trump first announced a run for the White House but since he won and since we have seen what we have seen, we must support and thank him for everything he has done. 
The economy is booming, we are employing more and more people, people are walking around with more cash in their pockets.  Our breakfast, lunch, dinner, bar, and banquet business has gone way up and we are finding ourselves more in the black than ever before, for sure since the Eighties. 
What would make things even better here in California is if we could recall the governor and perhaps his attorney-general because both of them want to see the Golden State head in the other direction.  They want to drive up the minimum wage, the number one killer of jobs, just as they want to increase taxes and fees on virtually everything. 
Worse than that, they promote malignant homelessness which is a danger to everyone.  When people are defecating, urinating, and screwing in the streets in full view of your average citizens, no one wants to come anywhere near.  Disease is way up in the Southland and our environment is becoming more polluted by the day. 
Add to that the increase in crime and one finds themselves on the precipice of a potential environmental disaster.  All the gains we have made under this president are in danger of disappearing if we fail to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom and his sidekick, AG Xavier Becerra.  We have to suffer these fools another three years before we can vote them out unless, of course, the recall efforts bear fruit and these dirtbags are forced to leave office. 
Our choice in next year’s election are starkly clear: better living standards for all Americans or a descent into more liberal, crack-kitchen lunacy that the liberals want to force down our gullets.  I know what is good for everyone in my orbit, we must boot this scum out of office just as we have loads of Democrats here in our city and its environs who must go.
Adam Schiff, Maxine Waters, virtually every Democrat in close proximity and neighboring counties must go.  If the British can deliver a massive blow to liberalism by giving Boris Johnson a mandate the likes of which no one has seen Margaret Thatcher means that most likely, the same thing is heading our way.  I can’t wait, I want to see the Democratic Party buried beneath the county landfill and I want a Golden Age of Good for ALL Americans.
What say you?  Please, let me know.
This week, Round No. 2 of the Semi-Finals for the Second Annual Lavrentiy Beria Award.  You sure as heck don’t want to miss that.  
Tiresias Helenus Grinikeodopuloposlus
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This is me as a young chef at an awards dinner at the Bon Adventure Hotel in the 1980's when I was working there as the Night Sous Chef's Assistant. I began cooking in the 1960's in my native Greece before moving to Los Angeles, California, in the early 1970's. I apprenticed under an ACF Master Chef shortly thereafter and now here I am. I still am involved in professional foodservice as an instructor.
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12-16-2019 Monday—Political Topics and Essays, Part MMXX:  “If we had a constitutional amendment stating that ‘any president who has to contend with a resistance movement (as Trump has) could run for a third term,’ that would stop the crap we have had to suffer the past three years” by Chef Tiresias Helenus Grinikeodopuloposlus
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Grinikeodopuloposlus, Tiresias. If we had a constitutional amendment stating that ‘any president who has to contend with a resistance movement (as Trump has) could run for a third term,’ that would stop the crap we have had to suffer the past three years.”  Political Topics and Essays, Part MMXX
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TODAY IN HISTORY—DECEMBER 16, 2019:




A.    882: Marinus I begins his reign as Catholic Pope, seceding John VIII.
B.    1431: King Henry VI of England becomes the king of France on this date.
C.    1631: Mt. Vesuvius erupts, destroying six nearby villages killing 4,000 people.
D.    1653: Oliver Cromwell became Lord-Protector of England, Scotland, and Wales.
E.    1761: The Russian army occupies the Prussian city of Kohlberg.
F.     1773: The Boston Tea Party took place as American colonists boarded a British ship and dumped more than 300 chests of tea into Boston Harbor to protest taxes on imported tea.
G.   1809: The French senate granted a divorce decree to Emperor Napoleon I and Empress Josephine, with the dissolution being made final the following month.
H.   1811: The first of the powerful New Madrid earthquakes struck the central Mississippi Valley with an estimated magnitude of 7.7.
I.       1835: A fire in New York destroyed 530 buildings on this date.
J.      1880: The Republic of South Africa forms.
K.   1901: “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” by Beatrix Potter underwent publication for the first time.
L.    1903: The Majestic Theater in New York City employed female ushers for the first time in American history.
M.  1905: Sime Silverman published the first issue of Variety magazine on this date.
N.    1907: Sixteen U.S. Navy battleships which came to be known as the “Great White Fleet,” set sail on a 14-month, round-the-world voyage to demonstrate American sea power.
O.   1912: The first postage stamp to depict an airplane hit post offices on this date; it was a 20-cent parcel-post stamp.
P.     1939: James Gurley, future guitarist with the San Francisco band, Big Brother and the Holding Company[i] is born on this date. 
Q.   1941: Japanese troops begin landing on Sarawak on the Malaysian island of Borneo during World War II.     
R.    1942: German leader, Adolf Hitler, orders war against Russian and Balkan partisans.
S.     1944: The World War II Battle of the Bulge began as German forces launched a surprise attack against Allied forces in Belgium.  However, the Allies were able eventually to beat the Germans back.
T.    1945: The Cleveland Rams win the NFL Championship.  Meanwhile, future guitarist/vocalist with the British band, the Hollies[ii] (1963-present), Tony Hicks, is born on this date in England.
U.    1949: Sukarno becomes the ruler of Indonesia with Mohammed Hatta becoming the premier.  Meanwhile, lifelong guitarist/vocalist with the little old rock band from Texas—ZZ Top[iii], Billy Gibbons, is born in the Lone Star State on this date.
V.    1950: President Harry S. Truman proclaimed a national state of emergency to fight “world conquest by communist imperialism.”
W. 1953: At the first White House press conference, President Dwight D. Eisenhower fields questions from 161 reporters.
X.    1956: Francis Cardinal Spellman, the archbishop of New York, personally denounced the soon-to-be-released movie, “Baby Doll,” starring Carroll Baker, saying Catholics would be committing a sin if they watched it. 
Y.    1960: One-hundred-and-thirty-four people died when a United Airlines DC-8 and a TWA Super Constellation collided over New York City.
Z.    1969: The British House of Commons votes 343-185 to abolish the death penalty.
AA.          1971: Indian army troops occupy the city of Dacca, which led to the surrender of West Pakistani soldiers and their commanders.
BB.           1972: By beating the Baltimore Colts 16-0, the Miami Dolphins end the regular NFL season undefeated and would go on to win Super Bowl VII on January 14, 1973 by beating the Washington Redskins, 14-7.
CC.          1973: O.J. Simpson becomes the first NFL running back to rush for 2,000 yards in a season.
DD.          1976: The government halted its swine flu vaccination program following reports of paralysis apparently linked to the vaccine.  Meanwhile, a Liberian oil tanker runs aground off Nantucket leading to an oil spill of 180,000 barrels of oil into the Atlantic Ocean.
EE.           1980: Harland Sanders, founder of the Kentucky Fried Chicken chain died in Shelbyville, Kentucky, at age 90.
FF.           1982: Environmental Protection Agency head Anne M. Gorsuch became the first Cabinet-level cited for contempt of Congress for refusing to submit documents requested by a congressional committee.
GG.         1985: At services at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky, President Ronald Wilson Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan offered condolences to families of 248 killed in the crash of a chartered airplane in Newfoundland.
HH.         1990: Jean-Bertrand Aristide, a leftist priest, became president in Haiti’s first democratic elections ever.
II.   1991: The U.N. General Assembly rescinded its 1975 ruling equating Zionism with racism by a vote of 111-25.
JJ. 1993: The U.N. General Assembly adopted a resolution calling for negotiations on a comprehensive nuclear test ban.
KK.         1995: Many U.S. government functions stopped on this date as a temporary finance provision expired and the budget dispute between President Clinton and Republicans in Congress continued.  Elsewhere, NATO launched a military operation in support of the Bosnia peace agreement.
LL.           1996: Britain’s agriculture minister announced the slaughter of an additional 100,000 cows thought to be at risk of contracting bovine spongiform encephalopathy –more commonly known as mad cow disease –in a concerted effort to persuade the European Union to lift its ban on Britain’s cattle industry.
MM.      1998: Eric Michelman filed the earliest patent for a scroll wheel for a computer mouse.   Elsewhere, in response to Saddam Hussein’s refusal to comply with U.N. weapons inspectors, the United States and Great Britain fired hundreds of missiles into Iraq to punish the thug dictator.
NN.          1999: Torrential rains and mudslides in Venezuela left thousands of people dead and forced at least 120,000 to flee their homes.
OO.         2000: Researchers announced that information from NASA’s Galileo spacecraft indicated that Ganymede appeared to have a liquid saltwater ocean beneath a surface of solid ice.  Ganymede, a moon of Jupiter, is the solar system’s largest moon.  Scientists consider the discovery important since water is the key ingredient for life.  Elsewhere, U.S. President-elect George W. Bush selected retired General Colin Powell to be the first African American secretary of state.  Powell took the oath of office on January 20, 2001.
PP.           2001: In Tora Bora, Afghanistan, tribal fighters announced that had taken the last al-Qaida positions, killing 200 of the scumbags in the operation and capturing 25.  They also announced that they had found no sign of the chicken-shit terrorist mastermind, Osama bin Laden.
QQ.         2002: President George W. Bush named former New Jersey governor Thomas Kean to replace Henry Kissinger as head of the panel investigating the September 11, 2001, terror attacks.  Senate Republican leader Trent Lot, in an interview on Black Entertainment Television, asked black Americans to forgive his seeming nostalgia on segregation when he said kind things about Strom Thurman.    
RR.          2008: The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously to authorize nations to conduct air and land attacks on pirate bases on the coast of Somalia.
SS.2011: A report claiming nearly all research on chimpanzees is scientifically unjustified causes the U.S. National Institute of Health to place a moratorium on innovative studies using chimpanzees.
TT.           2012: Japan holds its presidential elections with Shinzo Abe, former prime minister, and opposition Liberal Democratic Party leader, predicted to be the winner.  Elsewhere, President Barack Hussein Obama visited Newtown, Connecticut, the scene of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre; after meeting privately with families of the slain at an evening vigil, the president said that he would use “whatever power” he had to prevent future mass shootings.       
UU.          2013: After years of receding, scientists report that the Arctic sea ice has rebounded in extent and volume.  Meanwhile, in the first ruling of its kind, District Judge Richard Leon declared that the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of Americans’ telephone records likely violated the Constitution’s ban on unreasonable search.
VV.          2014: Astronauts at the International Space Station have created a specialized wrench in their 3D printer using a custom-designed blueprint emailed to the station from engineers on Earth; previously, the astronauts printed objects from pre-loaded design files.                                                                         








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[i] We promoted the music of Big Brother and the Holding Company, beginning on Monday, 18-July-2011 through Tuesday, 26-July-2011.  At the time, we were not farsighted enough to offer the music of Janis Joplin but hope to do so at some point in the near future when we return to promoting the music of American rock bands.
[ii] We shared the music of the Hollies with the world beginning on Monday, 29-August-2016 through Thursday, 03-November-2016.  We encourage everyone to check out the music of this well-known British Invasion band. 
[iii] We look forward to sharing the music of this famed, “Little Ol’ Band from Texas,” ZZ Top sometime in the next decade.  

























































































































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The Zombies released the group’s next effort,  “Odyssey and Oracle- 40th Anniversary Concert” on March 11, 2008. This superb effort featured vocalist/percussionist/guitarist Colin BlunstoneRod Argent (keyboards/vocals), Keith Airey (guitars), Chris White and Jim Rodford (bass/backing vocals), and Hugh Grundy and Steve Rodford (drums), along with an orchestra to bring the original album to life.  There are 23 tunes here including some from the solo catalogs of Blunstone and Argent so what is not to like?  It is a shame of all the original British invasion bands the Zombies did not record as many albums as other bands of the time but the ones they did were excellent.  Please, use the link we provide you here so you can visit Amazon.com and pick it up in the format, the condition, and the price that works best for you- you will be glad you did.





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Today’s album is Frank Zappa’s forty-first solo album, “Mystery Disc,” which came out in 1998 and was the seventh in a protracted line of posthumous albums.  Like all the rest of Mr. Zappa’s lengthy catalog, this is a fine album and one that shows the amazing versatility possessed by this extremely talented musician.  Take the convenient link posted above, go to Amazon.com and buy it now.— you will be glad you did.

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Ian Hunter, former vocalist of Mott the Hoople, released his next solo album and a classic live one, “Live at the Rockpalast featuring Mick Ronson,” on December, 06, 2012.  As with his previous efforts, this album was not a commercial success either; yet, it is still a joy to listen to because of the artist’s amazing songwriting talents, superb music.  Joining the vocalist/guitarist/keyboardist were Mick Ronson (guitars, keyboards, vocals, percussion), Tommy Morrongiello (guitars), Eric Parker (drums/percussion), Martin Briley (bass/vocals), George Meyer (keyboards/saxophones/vocals), and Tommy Mandel (keyboards) and more vocalists to add to the overall sound.  This is a lovely live effort that contains the crème de la crème from both Mott the Hoople and from his solo career, which is why we encourage everyone to seek this album out and add it to their collection.  We thank you.

       
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