Tag: Long Island

Funny Things I find…. On Facebook.


I don’t know who put the time and effort into this but I can say that if you are reading this <APPLAUSE> thanks. I got a really good laugh out of it. I would have thought Porky to be more of an overeater. Daffy… Continue Reading “Funny Things I find…. On Facebook.”

Gas Prices on Long Island….


I know, I know… many of you don’t live here on Long Island. That’s fine you bitch about gas prices in your small part of the country and I will bitch in mine.  If you do live here though, our gas prices are the… Continue Reading “Gas Prices on Long Island….”

Sharks in town…..


I can hear the theme music now < ♫ >.  Seems yesterday several sharks decided to pay a visit to the beautiful waterfront here in the Hampton’s.  I’m not sure why their being discriminated against, after all we let folks from all over come to our beaches,… Continue Reading “Sharks in town…..”

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