Tag Archives: USA

The Real Dope on Donald (Duck) Trump

The Real Dope on Donald (Duck) Trump

Here’s the deal with Donald Trump.  All his previous announcements to run for President were publicity.  You may be saying, “no kidding,” but allow me to elaborate.

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UBER’S FUNKY RECRUITING

UBER’S FUNKY RECRUITING

UBER has been consistently growing city to city and around the world since its inception in 2009.  Today I saw a sign as I was on my way to the supermarket, where they were offering “Free Gas,” for their drivers and as a means of recruiting new drivers.

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48 FUNKIN’ YEARS 4 THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY!

48 FUNKIN’ YEARS 4 THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY!

Let’s reminisce a little… I’m an O.G. (older gentleman) and as I recollect, I remember the 70s being my favorite decade, and I will tell you why. The music, the club scene, the dances, and so on – and I could just go on, and on. Why this particular time, rather than some others was more enjoyable to me personally, is easy to explain.

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The Inevitable Eminent Legalization of Cannabis

The Inevitable Eminent Legalization of Cannabis

On Monday, July 7th, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the Compassionate Care Act.  This action made the state of New York the 23rd in the union to legalize medicinal marijuana.  Although the stamp of approval is restricted to non-smokable forms via pills, oils, or vapors, the legalization of cannabis across America’s 50 states continues.

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FUNKY NUMBER 9

FUNKY NUMBER 9

Let’s try this again… some where along the course of blogging I made an error, as the blog I anticipated would hold the first position on the eighth page of the Funkalicious Blog, ended up as the fourth one?  I don’t know, but it gives me an excuse to talk about FUNKY #9.  How can a number be FUNKY you may be thinking…

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Get Religion on FUNKY Broadway

Get Religion on FUNKY Broadway

This past week I had the pleasure of seeing the latest revival of Jesus Christ Superstar!  This classic Andrew Lloyd Webber composition, with lyrics by Tim Rice, was first introduced as a musical recording before it hit the “Great White Way” in 1971.

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