Thursday, November 15, 2018

 Gidget, how did the netflix stuff get on the floor?
ummmmmmm............mommie..........i yam hangree

Monday, November 12, 2018

Not Jus blowin Smoke

We (gidgy and mommie) wood like to substantiate our prior post here.  We live in Catafornia.  Efurrything iz furry dry here.  We have only had one good winter of rain out of the last numerous winterz.  Efurry time we git a furry windy day here it iz furry skerry.  it only take wun stoopid persons actions to set things ablaze.  we no peoplez who lost effffurry thing in the current camp fire in Paradize.  on caturday herre we hadz smoke down to ground level, it wuz like da apocolipz.  STOOPY TWEETZ DO NOT HELP ANYWUN!!!!!!  Nor do dey save livez or homez.   tankyoofurrymuch

Sunday, November 11, 2018

If only he cood git it rite, once, jus once................

 'Shameful attack': California firefighters union chief blasts Trump's wildfire tweet

"At this moment, thousands of our brother and sister firefighters are putting their lives on the line to protect the lives and property of thousands. Some of them are doing so even as their own homes lay in ruins. In my view, this shameful attack on California is an attack on all our courageous men and women on the front lines.
"The president's assertion that California's forest management policies are to blame for catastrophic wildfire is dangerously wrong. Wildfires are sparked and spread not only in forested areas but in populated areas and open fields fueled by parched vegetation, high winds, low humidity and geography. Moreover, nearly 60 percent of California forests are under federal management, and another one-third under private control. It is the federal government that has chosen to divert resources away from forest management, not California.
"Natural disasters are not "red" or "blue" – they destroy regardless of party. Right now, families are in mourning, thousands have lost homes, and a quarter-million Americans have been forced to flee. At this desperate time, we would encourage the president to offer support in word and deed, instead of recrimination and blame."