Geezer Logic

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It sucks to be Mark Zuckerberg these days.  Facebook’s data breech, the Russians, fake News, his company has failed America.   His punishment is appearing in front of the Senate Commerce and Judiciary Committees.  He has to sit through hours of requests and questions and not appear to be condescending or superior to members of the Committee.   From individuals who know very little about Facebook and technology in general.  Hours of questioning and not laugh out loud. We have a few of their questions for your entertainment.

The average age of  members of the Senate  is “63”. Mark Zuckerberg is 33 (he could pass for 16)  like most men his age, he has been exposed to computing and technology his entire life.    While there are many honorable, intelligent men and women in the US Senate. Most of them have very limited knowledge of computing and get by with assistance of their staff .  Some cant turn their machines on or off without assistance .

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Facebook is fourteen years old

The median age of the current US Senators in office is 63.

(they were 49 years old when Facebook began)

Mark Zuckerberg’s Punishment

Senator Dianne Feinstein of California, Chuck Grassley of Iowa, Orin Hatch of Utah, Richard Shelby of Alabama,  Jim Inholf of Oklahoma,  Pat Roberts of Kansas, Barbara Mikulski of Maryland,  John McCain of Arizona are all in their eighties.   

Senator Hatch asked with Facebook being free, the Senator wanted to know how it made money?

Its Unlikely, these Senators can turn their PC.’s off without unplugging them 

17 Senator are in their Seventies

Senator Bill Nelson of Florida asked, “What if I didn’t want ads for chocolate?” 

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This silly question, took Zuckerberg by surprise. When  Vermont’s Senator Patrick Leahy asked ” These unverified divisive pages are on Facebook today *gestures to print out* are you able to confirm whether they are Russian-created groups?  Yes or No?”

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Zuckerberg wasn’t able to answer this question because.  He obviously isn’t familiar with every single piece of content currently on Facebook. The act of printing out a handful of specific Facebook pages and asking Zuckerberg to identify whether they are co-ordinated by Russians is simply silly, though it did lead to some clarity from Zuckerberg, who explained people running ad campaigns will now need to verify their identity on the site. 

38 Senators are in their Sixties

South Carolina Senator, Lindsay Graham asked “Is Twitter the same as what you do?”

Congressman Billy Long of Missouri, asked “What was Facemash and was it still up and running?”  Facemash was an early Zuckerberg project in which users compared two photos of women and picked which was hotter. But Zuckerberg started Facemash from his dorm room 15 years ago and Harvard shut it down within days.

Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri said, ” My son  Charlie (13) is dedicated to instagram so he’d want to be sure I mentioned him while I was hear with you. 

West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito asked, “Would you bring fiber because we don’t have connectivity” 

Georgia Congressman Buddy Carter asked, “Did you know that the Motion Picture Association of America is having problems with piracy and this is challenging their existence?”

23 Senators are in their fifties 

13 Senators are in their forties 

Hawaii Senator, Brian Schatz asked “If I’m emailing within WhatzApp…Does that inform your advertisers?”  The senator didn’t know WhatzApp is a chat, not an email platform.  

Schatz follows up:  “Let’s say I’m emailing within WhatzApp , do I get a Black Panther banner ad?”   and then says “Come on my man, come on”

Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington asked, “Some people refer to ( Peter Thiel ‘s startup Palantir) as Stanford Analytica . Do you agree? ”   There are some who believe Cambridge Analyica’s data gathering was the brainchild of a Palantir employee, as recent media reports have said. There’s no particular reason to think Zuckerberg would know the answer to either of her questions, and he said he didn’t.

Tom Cotton from Arkansas at 39 is the youngest Senator.


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As in all the hearings. There are some Senator’s who are genuinely concerned and have staff who help them construct intelligent questions.  Then there are others, who simply wanna tell that little punk off for their constituents in HD.  The Challenge for the majority of the members in the senate is understanding  technology.

Disclosure:  I’m a baby boomer in my sixties.  Many of my contemporaries struggle with technology.  For some  are forced against every thing we know as holy to use these contraptions.  Work, Travel, and god help us if we are unemployed and looking for work.  Are you Linkedin? Shoot me an e-mail.   Boomers are the ones who cant get online at the hotel or airport.   Once weve finally mastered the process, they change it.  The young celebrate changes in technology. Boomers go into shock, like what the fuck now.?    

I’m sure their were some who considered suicide, after Microsoft dropped its long running and popular Windows XP operating system.   I know of a few men who continue to spend big bucks to keep old Betsy running.  Hanging on to a twelve year old  HP laptop, because it’s familiar and serve their needs. 

 I have twenty something friends who keep me fresh.  They’ve threaten to re-arrange the pills in my daily case should I ask a lame question.  With their help, I’ve embraced technology , you tube is my friend. I’ve used their videos to repair my pc’s .  Many of my younger friends don’t own PC or tablets, their smartphones meet their needs.   

Facebook is for old people.  Its time to leave any site where your parents can friend you.   The kids have been trying to wean me from Facebook.   Now that my newly retired seventy something brother has embraced Facebook, I may be leaving.   As he comments on my every post.  #Mommy # Ihatemyfblife .  He insist we read everything he reads.  #blockinghimsoon  The lets make this go Viral posts” requests are  not coming from the kids, its coming from their parents and great, great,great grandparents.   #yikes #killmenow 






Grey hair grows faster

Oh my fucking gawd! I’m thirty. It was devastating, my youth!

Turning forty was less shocking however, I spent the first two years of my forties saying I was thirty nine.

One day, I noticed a grey hair in my goatee, I didn’t think anything about it. A few days later there were three, all in the same neighborhood. Not today, I thought to myself as I quickly plucked those bad boys out.

Months went by, I was on a weekend vacation with the family. I looked in a mirror and there they were, all grouped up together. A renegaded bunch standing tall like they were Teamsters. Well you don’t eff with the Teamsters. So I did what a normal guy does, I carefully covered them in black Kiwi shoe polish.

By my fiftieth birthday the Teamsters had won. Their diabolical plan had worked, AND they were expanding. The mustache was beginning to have more salt than paper. To fight them off I bought “Just for men” However, with the basic black I started to look like a Deacon at the First Eucalyptus Missionary Baptist Church. I now know Medium brown works best for me. Warning : Don’t color your southern hair, you’ll learn a few new dance moves, just saying.

God has a sense of humor. The grey hair suddenly started to grow faster. I had to get a part time job so I could afford to cover the grey. In addition to facial hair, the nose hair started growing faster. You just know, when people are not looking into your eyes and staring at your braided nose hairs. I have worn out several nose rimmers. As more baby boomers come online, someone like Dewalt or Black and Decker will make a heavy duty hair trimmer.

If your forty or forty plus, embrace the grey, you’ll go before it does.


Taco Bell Taco Bell Taco Bell Dammit!

It’s Saturday Night in Lakeland, Tennessee an 22 year old Logan Bagley has a hankerin for some Taco Bell.  A real hankerin!

But the 22 year old didn’t have cash!


Logan was having a full meltdown a Taco Bell withdrawal* which got the attention of their neighbor who stepped out on her porch.  In their garage, she witnessed Logan take out his aggression on a defenseless freezer (that probably never harmed anyone since that unfortunate incident in 2009) with something that looked like a golf club, then the garage door closed.


taco bell! Taco Bell! TACO BELL!

He wanted his mom’s debit card so he could get TACO “DAMM” BELL!

She told him there was no money in the account, but he took it anyway!


The Heartbreak of Decline!

Logan presented his mother’s credit card and …………..

Denied!  Logan was enraged and confronted his mother in their garage. He struck her in the head with a hockey stick and KNOCKED HER OUT!

The police were called…

Mr Badgley told the police he had a few drinks. The police took the hockey stick into evidence and noticed his mom had a one inch  laceration to the head.

Wonder if there is a “Taco Bell ” in the Shelby County Jail?

Charged with aggravated assault, Shelby County Jail is Logan’s home (unless someone other than his mom can bond him out) until his November 1 court date.

* Shelby County does have twelve step meetings to combat Taco Bell Withdrawal.



Tales from the crypt: ghost stories from Japan

Scary story: Chinatsu Ushidaki, who performs under her stage name, ‘Senka Ushidaki,’ wishes to preserve the art of telling ghost stories. | COURTESY OF CHINATSU USHIDAKI

BY /Japan Times

In a damp afternoon in early July, almost two dozen people sat in silence in a dark room on the sixth floor of a building located right next to Sensoji Temple in Tokyo’s Asakusa district. The audience has come to Amuse Museum to hear two presenters — storyteller Chinatsu Ushidaki, who performs under her stage name, “Senka Ushidaki,” and rakugocomic storyteller Sanyutei Kakitsu — deliver their personal adaptations of a folk ghost story titled “Bancho Sarayashiki” (“The Story of Okiku”).

The story has several versions, but it’s usually told like this:

A young girl named Okiku worked as a maidservant in the house of Shogun Aoyama Harima in the mid-17th century. The Aoyama clan possessed 10 precious plates as an heirloom and the maidservant was instructed to ensure these remained scratch-free. On Jan. 2, 1653, Okiku accidentally broke one of the plates. Furious, Aoyama ordered his guards to cut off the middle finger of her right hand and confined Okiku to her room until the punishment could be carried out. The maidservant managed to escape, however, fleeing the house before throwing herself into a disused well. The next night (and every night thereafter), a woman’s voice could be heard counting the plates from the bottom of the well …

“One …

“Two …

“Three …

“Four …

“Five …

“Six …

“Seven …

“Eight …

“Nine …

A short time later, Aoyama’s wife gave birth to a child that was missing a middle finger on its right hand. News of this reached the Imperial Court, which ordered Aoyama to forfeit his territory. And yet, the woman could still be heard counting. The Imperial Court sent a priest to intervene. Upon his arrival, the priest waited inside the house for the woman to finish her count before adding a “10” at the end. Released from her sorrow, Okiku’s ghost disappears.

Back in Asakusa, the two guests told their version of this folktale in very different ways.

Kakitsu had the crowd in fits of laughter, as he made Okiku a member of fictional idol group OBK48 (OBK, he argues, was short for obake, or ghost).

Ushidaki, by comparison, completely spooked the audience. Wearing a kimono and speaking with only a solitary light illuminating her face, she used her entire body to recount Okiku’s sorrowful tale. Her voice was soft and well-paced until the end, punctuated by the occasional ghastly scream.

“I believe my experience as an actress actually helps,” Ushidaki, 36, says in an interview the following day. “I still work as an actress, but I receive more job offers as a storyteller.”

Debuting in director Hideyuki Katsuki’s “Decotora no Shu” (“Shu’s Art Truck”) 2004 flick alongside actor Sho Aikawa, Ushidaki has gone on to make numerous appearances in films, often as a ghostly character.

Despite her public image, she says she used to hate scary things when she was younger.

“I used to visit my grandma once a year,” she recalls. “She lived in a very old house that only had a few lights and thin walls. The only thing I could hear were insects scuttling around in the dark. I’d turn on my TV so that my grandma wouldn’t try to tell me any scary stories but, unfortunately, there would always be a scary show playing.”

Myriad monsters

There are a wide variety of yōkai (a broad term that encompasses virtually all supernatural beings) in Japanese folklore. Hiroko Yoda, president of AltJapan and co-author of “Yurei Attack! The Japanese Ghost Survival Guide” and “Yokai Attack! The Japanese Monster Survival Guide,” says the sheer number of beings can be a little overwhelming.

“Many Japanese think of animal spirits as yōkai and human spirits asyūrei (ghostly figures),” Yoda says. “At least, that’s the basic concept behind (the categorization in) the two books.”

Yōkai, therefore, include such things as tengu (literally, “heavenly dog”), which have avian features and long noses, and kappa (literally, “river boy”), which are believed to resemble a turtle.

However, Yoda says, the distinction isn’t always clear-cut and the meanings have often changed over time.

“Sei Shonagon (author of “The Pillow Book”) used mononoke to describe these spirits,” Yoda says. “However, people generally used bakemono(monsters) to describe yōkai until the beginning of the Meiji Period (1868-1912) and other spirits. However, from the Heian Era (794-1185) to the Muromachi Era (1336-1573), people called such horrific creaturesoni.”

These days, coming up with the definition for yūrei appears to be a little more straight-forward. Many Japanese believe that humans have a soul called a reikon. When a person dies, the soul leaves the body and remains in a state of purgatory until proper funeral rites can be administered. If a soul is successfully able to join its ancestors, it is believed to watch over the living members of the family and return each year in August during o-Bon to receive thanks.

However, if a person dies in a violent manner and/or if proper funeral rites are not performed, the soul is believed to transform into a yūrei that haunts the physical world until the conflict is resolved.

Some believe yūrei are bitter and resentful about what they couldn’t accomplish while they were alive. According to experts, they typically appear before people saying, “urameshiya,” which can be directly translated as “I’ll get my revenge.”

Ghost stories, meanwhile, can generally be categorized into two types. Traditional kaidan (ghost stories) typically retell Edo Period folktales such as “The Story of Okiku,” “Yotsuya Kaidan” (“Ghost Story of Tokaido Yotsuya”) and “Botan Doro” (“The Peony Lantern”). However, other types of ghost stories are based on a storyteller’s own personal experiences. Called jitsuwa kaidan (real-life ghost stories), this modern style has been popularized in recent times by renowned actor Junji Inagawa.

Ushidaki tells both kinds of stories.

At the beginning of her July show, Ushidaki initially sets the scene for the traditional story she is about to recount by showing the audience video footage of a visit to Okiku’s grave. Since the story has several versions, she is careful to introduce the audience to the sources she uses to form a story of her own.

Not surprisingly, however, Ushidaki puts just as much effort into her jitsuwa kaidan performances. In May, she released a book titled “Chiba no Kowai Hanashi: Borei-tachi no Tsudoi” (“Chiba’s Scary Stories: Gathering of the Spirits”), which explores the ghostly experiences of Chiba prefecture residents. The tales included in the book are all based on stories she heard from friends and relatives living in the area.

Ushidaki says the organization behind ghost storytellers is unlike that of rakugo, which require comedians to undergo an apprenticeship under a master before becoming a professional. Therefore, she says, almost anyone can claim to be a storyteller without professional training.

“A TV celebrity or voice actress is called a ghost storyteller just for recounting scary stories,” Ushidaki says. “That’s why I avoid describing myself as a ghost storyteller as much as I can.”

Looking ahead, Ushidaki dreams of performing the “Ghost Story of Tokaido Yotsuya” and “Shinkei Kasanegafuchi” (“New Edition of Kasanegafuchi”) by the time she turns 40. “These stories — ‘Yotsuya Kaidan,’ in particular — are very difficult to perform,” Ushidaki says.

Ushidaki claims to experience psychic phenomena during and after her performances, and has suffered from a number of health problems in the past.

“I don’t mind putting my life at risk,” Ushidaki says. “Storytelling is losing its popularity, and so I’d like to ensure the country’s traditional stories are preserved forever.”

Cheating ‘Satan’ assaulted wife after holy water was thrown on him and agreed to EXORCISM

Tony Berry, returning home from the pub after up to eight pints, snapped and lashed out at wife Claire when a crucifix was also thrust in his face

Bizarre marriage problems: Claire and Tony Berry


By: Paul Bryne/UK Mirror

A cheating husband who had an exorcism to save his marriage attacked his wife after being accused of being possessed by Satan a court heard.

Tony Berry snapped when holy water was thrown and a crucifix thrust in his face after he came home from the pub. He grabbed his wife by the neck as she screamed: “You’re not Tony!” and he replied: “No, I’m Satan, Prince of Darkness.”

Weeks later he lashed out again, repeatedly punching her in the face in a “brutal” attack.

Berry, 52, was convicted of two separates assaults but was spared an immediate jail term after magistrates accepted he’d suffered “a degree of provocation”. The court heard he had endured years of his wife Claire’s bizarre behavior after he admitted an affair and she joined an ultra-conservative Catholic sect.

The first attack took place last February after he Berry returned home from work just after 9.30pm.

After hours of arguing about him being with another woman he grabbed his 54-year-old wife by the throat and threw her across the room. Jennifer Fitzgerald, prosecuting, Berry shouted: “I’m going to kill you. I’m going to have your neck!”

The fight, rumbled on for four hours during which time her husband, who admitted having drunk up to eight pints, grabbed her on three more occasions.  She thrust a crucifix in his face and her sister Marie O’Flynn, 69, who had gone round to the house, held rosary beads and threw holy water over Berry to subdue him.

The court heard the second attack took place the following month after he returned to their home in New Mills, Derbys, at 1am.

‘Satan’ punishment

16 weeks

Suspended sentence




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Ms Fitzgerald told High Peak Magistrates in Buxton: “An argument began. Mrs Berry holds some unusual beliefs.

“She believes he is possessed by demons and has a conviction that he may well be possessed by Satan himself.” He went to bed, but she followed him upstairs to continue the  fight. He grabbed her by the neck and threw her onto the bed then held her down and repeatedly punched her on the side of her head.

She said she was “too afraid” to stay in the house and slept in the garden under some carpets.The next morning after he let her back into the house Mrs Berry telephoned her sister in Ireland who told her to call an ambulance which took her to hospital.

She had suffered a swelling to the side of her face, bruising to her arms and legs, and damaged her back which caused her “excruciating pain” for some time after and had to walk on crutches.

When questioned the battered wife told police she believed her husband’s behavior was because he was Satan.

She said that in the past she had arranged for her husband to see an exorcist in France because “he had signed a pact with the devil”.

John Bunting, defending, said: “Can you imagine living with someone who says you are possessed by Satan?

“He even agreed to see an exorcist in France. This is not unusual behavior, it’s extraordinary.”  But Chairman of the bench Bob Graham told Berry: “Both of these assaults were prolonged and quite brutal and I have to say nasty. Drink was also involved and you also issued threats to kill.

“But we have taken into account there was a degree of provocation.”

Magistrates sentenced Berry to 16 weeks in jail, suspended for two years. They also ordered him to pay $1000 costs and $129.00 victim surcharge.

Outside court Berry, who was raised in the Church of England, said he was “sorry” for the violence and injuries inflicted on his wife, but said he had “snapped”. He said he had agreed to the exorcism last year in a bid to “keep the peace” and save his marriage.  But he added: “After all this it’s over.” Dublin-born Mrs Berry is a disciple of the Society of Saint Pius X.

She began following the controversial pre-Vatican branch of Catholicism, which celebrates the Latin mass, after visiting one of their churches in Ireland three years ago.


Pro Arena Group Seeing dead People, Shady Doings and Basketball just another week in Sacramento

Josh Wood at the podium with members of  Crown Downtown

By CityFella

The heat is on.  As the final petitions are being counted.  Pro Arena supporters are in high alert with the Mayors office and the city’s largest newspapers leading the charge.

The high or low point was a pro arena press conference held  last Friday at at Sacramento’s Eastlawn Cemetery.   The pro side accused the opposition of collecting names from dead people.

With all the petitions in the hands of Sacramento County Registrar of Voters one might question the logic of the city’s continued campaign to discredit S.T.O.P .

So there they there were Mighty Six standing at Eastlawn Memorial a quiet place with um, dead people including former Sacramento Mayor Joe Serna. .

The officials at the cemetery said they were approached by Mayor Kevin Johnson’s office seeking a historical location in the city for a press conference with the mayor.     The cemetery believed Johnson would be in attendance, but said the mayor did not show up.  Many were outraged by the use of cemetery .

The counting will be complete next Thursday.  As of today, two thousand signatures are needed for a public vote.  The number includes withdrawals supplied the the pro arena group.

Shade in Charlotte ( Will Sacramento take a  page from Charlotte’s Playbook?)

The arena was originally intended to host the Charlotte Hornets, the city’s original NBA team. In 2001, a non-binding public referendum for an arts package, which included money to build the new uptown arena, was placed on the ballot for voters. This was done in order to demonstrate what was believed to be wide public support for construction of a new uptown venue. The arts package would have been funded with the issuance of bonds by the city.

There was opposition to the referendum, with many feeling that the city shouldn’t fund a new arena at all (the Charlotte Coliseum, since demolished, was just 13 years old at the time). Mayor Pat McCrory vetoed a living wage ordinance just days before the referendum. As a result, Helping Empower Local People, a grass-roots organization supporting the living wage ordinance, launched a campaign to oppose the arena. It argued that it was immoral for the city to build a new arena when city workers didn’t earn enough to make a living. Many of the city’s black ministers switched sides in the arena deal and urged their parishioners to oppose it. The referendum failed with 43 percent for building the arena and 57 percent opposed.

City leaders then devised a way to build a new arena in a way that didn’t require voter support, but let it be known that they would not even consider building it unless the Hornets’ owner George Shinn sold the team. While even the NBA acknowledged that Shinn had alienated fans, NBA officials felt such a statement would anger owners. As it turned out, the NBA approved the Hornets’ application to move to New Orleans. However, the league promised that the city would get a new team—what became the Bobcats—as part of the deal.

As of 2005, the total cost of the arena to Charlotte and Mecklenburg County was not known, but estimated at around $260 million. The construction was approved by the city council, which did not opt to present another referendum to the public. In early 2006, the arena was again the center of controversy as the Bobcats charged a 15,000 fee to Charlotte-Mecklenberg Schools for graduations. The fee was eventually waived following a story in The Charlotte Observer  concerning the fees.

 Sacramento News and Review has summed up the weeks events

Real Housewives of Atlanta: Hey Mallorie, Motel 6 left the lights on for Ya!

I had an epiphany,  watching  RHOA last night.  Forget quiet and timid Mynique and her equally dull husband Chuck Smith and bring on Malorie’. She would be the perfect new cast member.   Shade, confrontation and big azz box on drama comes standard on the Mal.  She can stir the mess.  She has history and as Kenya learned, she goes from zero to back up bitch I’ll break off a heel in your… nano seconds.  

The episode began with Phaedra and Kandi talking about EVERYBODY LOVES CHUCK  Smith and his denial of having a relationship with them.  You know he calls himself “The Big Homie”.

And here’s the wind up

Quick draw Kandi says:  he’s actually a ‘Little Homie”

And the pitch….

Phaedra quickly follows:  as she refers to Smith’s member as a ‘bite sized brownie’ and a ‘cocktail sausage’.

Home Run Phaedra!

The ladies both agree that Chuck’s outburst was totally out there , immature and that he’s merely using both of their names to bring up their name to make himself  sound like the master player.

Okay Cynthia is feeling bad about some of the things she said to her husband Peter in the argument.  However, she is sharing this information with Mallorie who can’t stay out of her martial business.  You know she storing this story into the piss Peter off file in her brain.

Meanwhile, Peter is withholding sex…..  (Wait, let me re-read what I’ve just typed) “peter is withholding sex:”   Isn’t this the man who said he wasn’t getting enough sex?  So now he is with-hol-ding sex, BECAUSE, they(he and Cynthia) can’t have a conversation.

I’m a man…..checking….yes!  I’M A MAN and I can’t remember a time I wouldn’t have sex be-cause I can’t have a conversation.  a Conversation.  A conversation.  (shm)
Help is on the way.  (A CONVERSATION)  Sorry.    Cynthia says that she’s about to make some changes to make that happen.

Kenya Moore dad’s visit’s from Texas.  He is a Neanderthal.  Believe’s there is a place for women. Wonder if that’s why he came alone.? He very critical of Kenya,from her feet to the hardwood floors of her rental.

16 when she was born, he lacks (at least here)any real compassion.  It is clear, the absence of relationship with her mother has left a Bentley sized hole in her heart.  He dismissed her pain and tells her to let it go.

She invites Nene and Phaedra over. Kenya asks Nene if she would appear and the play Kandi’s producing.  Nene says SHE is much too busy. Even though New Normal has been cancelled and Glee is up in the air.  Perhaps after’s Chuck pronouncement of Nene being one of the Greatest Actresses she is waiting for Spielberg’s call.

Kenya is driving a white Bentley convertible.  A gift from her African Boyfriend.   Kenya, Kenya,Kenya!  You were exposed last season. and no one is buying this season.    You need to produce a man  Ugah Bogah from some African country, WHO doesn’t sound like Al Reynolds.    Meantime stop playing and give Hertz back their car.

Porsha…oooo Porsha doesn’t  how much to ask for in the divorce settlement. “ How much is less than 2 years of marriage worth exactly? Do you calculate the hours you cooked and cleaned and multiply it by an hourly wage? She ask’s

Anyone remember the movie “Airplane”?   There was a hysterical woman screaming and someone slapped her to calm her down and the next thing you know there was a line of people waiting to slap the women…. Don’t you  just wanna slap some of Porsha’s immaturity away?   By the way stupido (I mean Porsha) is leasing to buy an 8000 square foot house in Nene neighborhood and hasn’t told Nene.

The Drama of the Evening In Two Parts


Cynthia’s sister   Malorie designs bracelets and hosts a party for Mallory at the Bailey Agency. Inviting the Housewives and other friends. One by one they are introduced to   Malorie and learns she is staying with Cynthia and Peter for two months.  Most know of  Peters and  Malorie’s volatile history

Most of the ladies are stunned with  Malorie’s entitled attitude.  What she was saying in effect was “She’s my sister and I can stay for whenever without notice     Kenya took it further and stirred the pot with that big spoon of her’s and it was off to the races with Mallory looking like she was forty seconds away from a throw down.

Escorted away by big sis, she was reminded the purpose of the party was to sell and she had to buck up and take it as these are clients . Perhaps she can take her cash and move into a Red Roof Inn.


Remember Porsha has moved in Nene’s neighborhood, around the corner. The Drama is, Porsha never told Nene.   Throughout the season ,Nene has told Porsha she was a bad friend.  The friend who calls when she has low times in her life and never calls during good times.    Porsha wants to keep her location on the down low ( away from Nene).  But you know Kenya can’t let that happen.    Kandi lets Porsha know that NeNe’s  coming and its not gonna be nice and it wasn’t  when Porsha approaches her, NeNe isn’t interested in hearing about surprises.         Porsha is more concerned about finding out who blabbed.  The sea parts and all face point Kenya.  Nene tell Porsha likes it tis…. and of course Porsha starts bawling.   Nene apologizes but she  is getting tired of the self pity.     Kenya clearly isn’t feeling it and takes her azz and twirls outside in her orange-red gown in traffic.  OOOOOkay?

 Bravo Fail 

Last week Bravo hyped a confrontation between Kandi and Todd to make the viewer believe their relationship was in trouble.     The reality was Kandi wanted to work with Todd on her musical.   However Atlanta isn’t New York or Los Angeles and Todd’s work often takes him out of town.   Kandi breaks down, she doesn’t want to stand in his way but wants him to stay in Atlanta.

C ya next week.

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