Saturday, June 23, 2018

TIME Mag's Latest Cover Correction

Crying Time magazine subscribers beg to be reunited with the truth.

"Ok, Donald. Listen, listen, listen... "Donald, honey, just listen."

Won't you PLEASE help reunite this poor Guatemala immigrant child with his cupcake?

Here's a preview of next month's cover: If we build a wall, who will pick our lettuce and mow our lawns?


  1. I can't find a kid to mow my lawn.
    Their parents pay them to play video games all day.

  2. Ed makes the best point.....WHERE ARE OUR KIDS? Playing! Because their parents both work and , gee, Mommy feels too guilty to actually make them DO anything, too! What a world...

    There's another mock TIME cover that's Nancy Pelosi fawning over MS-13 monsters..>LOVE IT!!

  3. Stop paying kids to sit home and they will go find jobs. Pretty simple concept.

  4. I worked every day from the age of 11 years old. That was the beauty of paper routes in the old days. Not even an option anymore. We at least made sure our 3 boys were kept busy with hockey or music. oh, and mowing the lawn when I insisted.

  5. I suggested to my son that he take some cash and go around the neighborhood buying pop bottles at a nickle each and turn them in for a dime. He did. Made good money.
    I just suggested that a month ago to a kid who was interested in delivering my paper.
    I told him it's all bulk mailing but to try the pop bottle thing and let me know how it works out.
    Never heard back.

  6. I like the idea. They should have an e-verify card and otherwise allow you a few weeks to vet them by making some calls. After that, it's a negotiation. "I'll give you my $30 in cans if you give me $20 bucks." MORE than fair. They are earning their $10 in gas and time by performing an errand for you. If they say no, then at least you gave them a chance and a lesson in economic.

  7. Back in the day, I rode my bike to school. One day my bike's chain went off track and a pregnant woman came and helped me fix it. Those days are gone, way gone. I raised two daughters and I would never have let them walk to school by themselves. These are different times.