They call him, a lot of things – but, often “Half Court,” not only because he isn’t playing with a full deck – the guy is hilarious.
Fact: He gave his “unequivocal support” to good-old-boy Roy Moore of Alabama. Oh, boy!
Court Sykes recently moved to Missouri to unseat the well-loved and outspoken Sen. Claire McCaskill (D)
He announced he running for office and has strong views on Women.
In his perfect Half Court World ( he is single)
All women should:
Get up and make breakfast for all the family.
Making sure the husband was suitably attired for whatever job he did.
Getting the children ready for school, if at that age.
Cleaning and dusting the house, washing, making the beds, ironing and anything else.
Do the family food shopping –
Maybe have the neighbour round for a cup of Tea .
Collect the Children from School and feed them.
After that, getting ready for husband to come home by preparing his Supper.
Putting the children to bed.Take care of husbandly needs.
For some reason…Sykes’ background is a mystery. Or resembles Swiss Cheese
He claims to have served in the Navy for more than eight years, enlisting after the terror attacks on September 11, 2001.
His LinkedIn page says he later attended Harvard University’s Extension School after that, earning a degree in 2014.
He says he is a graduate student at the University of London, but waffles on that with flim flam flimsy excuses. He says he the Managing Director for a military consulting firm named Talosorion — but, candidly, has no clients.
He claims to have worked in close coordination and jointly with the FBI, DEA, CIA…. and other government agencies
Methinks this is a Jimmmy Kimmel joke- what say you?
Too Many Candles on That Cake?
Feedling frumpy and lumpy and old?
Do Not Despair.
The famous American philosopher, Jack Benny, embraced the secret to the aging process.
“Age is strictly a case of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.”
“Gags die, humor doesn’t.”
The famous “Stuck at 39” was a funny running gag that got started the year after Jack Benny celebrated his “first” 39 birthday on his radio show.
Take note, he said it was so much fun, he decided to do the same thing the following year. He said “There’s nothing funny about 40.” Mr.Benny, my idol, would celebrate his 39 birthday 41 times.
Cheer Up, Binkie – age is a many splintered thing.
Don’t try this at home…
Four great examples of What Not to Do for a “Cute”
To say Annette was an opportunist only begins to describe the the woman from Rio. (Rio Del, Humboldt County)
She is a striking brunette – both buxom and brassy. She attracted men like a moth to a flame. Whether it was charisma, phernomes or a magnetic attraction- none of her friends understood the dynamic. They merely watched as men dropped hints and business cards and asked her out every night of the week.
She didn’t actually wear a T-shirt that said “Will date for food,” but Annette had created a list of the Top 20 Restaurants in Miami and her goal was to leave her mark and dine at a dozen of the “Top 20” each month.
Her success rate was staggering. Pubbelly, YardBird, Upland, The Bazaar, Pan E Vino, Stubborn Seed were all on her “Been there done that” list.
She was torn between liking a guy or just going out to dinner.
Her secret motto is: A girls got to eat. Her pals kidded that her refrigerator looked like a kennel with dozens of Doggie Bags lining the shelves.
Annette was happy. Oblivious. And out to lunch – and dinner – all week long.
Eventually she decided she was craving karats…and she started a whole new campaign.
May all your Christmas wishes come true!
Have more fun this Holiday Season and Reach out and touch Someone
Hey, kids! Try this at home (and away from home)
Say ‘Merry Christmas’ to everyone.
I say, “Bah, humbug!” to the bland, vanilla, PC “Happy Holiday” malarkey.
Take it up a notch, say “Merry Christmas” to the people on the bus, in line at Dunkin Donuts/Starbucks, the doorman, the waitress, barista, the Lyft driver, the salesclerk, the bus driver, the people in the elevator and everyone! What goes around…
“One of the sanest, surest, and most generous joys of life comes from being happy over the good fortune of others.”
Robert A. Heinlein
Good Bye, California and Cashmere!
And turtle-necks, leather boots, scarves, and gloves, berets, blazers, and wool coats…
Hello, Flip flops, sandals, T-shrts, sundresses, capris
and suncreen in December
(and January, February, March…)
No reindeer – lots of Pink Flamingos –
No Snow-flakes – Lots of Snow-cones
Flipper and Flamingos – The New Normal
Florida- where Palm Reading takes on a whole new meaning.
Miami is just really fun whenever I go there. It’s like this post-apocalyptic Barbie world: everything is pink, and there’re palm trees everywhere. But then there are also all these people in crazy sunglasses
simple, smart, succinct…sexy.
It doesn’t take a genius to Master the Art of Flirting
Do this! Here are five very effective Flirting Techniques:
#1. Look – The eyes have it: The first tip of successful flirting involves Eye Contact. Let’s say you see somebody you think is attractive. Let your eyes linger- just for a bit. Smile, look back, and don’t look away.
#2. Laugh – Everybody likes to think they have a great sense of humor. If you want to score points and attention- laugh at the witty statement be them corny or funny.
#3. Listen – Everyone wants to be heard. When this new person is speaking, listen to what they have to say while looking them in the eyes. Keen flirtatious listening always involves eye contact.
#4. The touch of love– just like the song. A surefire connection is as simple as a light touch on the wrist, elbow, or arm during the course of the conversation. Amy G tells every guy she meets, “You are so funny.” and she places her hand on his. Home run every time.
#5. Put your hands on your hips. This classic Body Language 101 tells it all – You are open and interested and available. If you don’t like the person, very often we cross our hands over our chest which is the international language for “You’re not doing it for me. I’m about to leave.” The way you stand- facing the person next to-you not turned away- speaks volumes. Try it.