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Bumbastories apologizes for the previous two posts. They were silly, immature, disrespectful. I suppose they were in bad taste. I don’t know what got into me. To quote Flip Wilson: “The devil made me do it”. Yes there is a dark side. I admit it. And I need to get it out of me. So here. I’ll give the devil the last word, in order … Continue reading Inspiration from the Other Side
Yes, the Republican presidential candidates can also serve as sources of inspiration. Listen to what they say. And join in on this important political discourse. Continue reading More Inspiration
In these difficult days, we all need inspiration. The Bumbastories archival staff found these inspirational posts in the Bumbastories archives (old posts from seven, eight years ago!). For all those seeking inspiration, here are some moving moments, rather some moments that are imbued with meaning… With er.. I mean… moments… er…. I mean significant moments that are…er….. Excuse me. I am speechless. Here are some … Continue reading Inspirational Barnyard Noises
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The animal rights “people” are at it again. Concluding their annual convention at Long Beach, California last week, a resolution condemning “the humans’ pervasive employment of derogatory human language to harass and ridicule other species” was passed unanimously (no neighs). Human verbal abuse was roundly denounced as “manly” and “unbeastly”. Strident calls for boycotts, strikes, and intensified legal action were greeted by catcalls, howls, and … Continue reading Animals Take Humans at Their Word