Netflix Spreads The Truth

It is from Netflix and called Inside Job. I don’t have Netflix. I don’t even have television so I don’t have to avoid this kind of garbage but this was brought to my attention so here it is. An interesting thing to find out there in fake TV land. Make of it what you will. More from Jim Crenshaw.


Thanksgiving Hate Exposed

What’s with people who hate the greatest holiday of the year? The real truth of the anti-Thanksgiving movement is revealed in this video. More from The Babylon Bee.

Of course, the fake news has been full of vile attacks against Thanksgiving. Leftists never celebrate any American traditions nor offer comfort to citizens. Instead of turkey, these Bolshevik institutions deliver baloney. More from Mark Dice.

Kyle Acquitted On All Charges

Commies seethe as Kyle Rittenhouse is acquitted on all charges. All eyes are on Kenosha now. Will the Leftists riot, bringing death and destruction? More from The Salty Cracker.

n-n-NOT guilty? ?? b-but how can that be poSSible?!?! More from FreedomToons.

Wisconsin pundit The Quartering welcomes the verdict. He fully expect Black Lives Matter and Antifa to descend upon Kenosha. If so, he warns, there’s plenty of room available in Wisconsin’s jails. He also notes how the Leftist mainstream media is suffering a meltdown.

Witches And Squash Demons

Hey kids (of all ages), it’s Saturday Morning Cartoon time again! Hallowe’en style, even!

We’ll start off the month with energetic, broom-flyin’, cackling sorceresses in shorts from WB and MGM. Then, as a bonus, we get a look at the horrific results of Linus’ relentless devotion to the Great Pumpkin.

The commentary audio on the Count Bloodcount cartoon was a goof on my part. But I left it in because I can’t be the only nerd who likes to listen to those tracks now and then. More from the OldHorseman.

Universe Of Evil

Hey kids (of all ages), it’s Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

Hanna-Barbera’s take on the Justice League of America were kinda’ phoning it in by the end of the Disco Decade. Although the WORLD’S GREATEST SUPERFRIENDS had a full hour time slot (albeit as the 8AM curtain-jerker), only eight half-hour episodes were made for the series. The rest was recycled from earlier Super Friends shows.

I picked this one because it features a concept that has been recurring since the DC Multiverse was established in the early 1960s, and which has been beaten like the proverbial deceased equine in recent years… Alternate versions of our superheroes — including Superman, Batman and Robin, Wonder Woman and Aquaman — who are, in fact, villains. From October 1979. More from the Old Horseman.

Snuffy’s Turf Luck

Hey kids (of all ages), it’s Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

It’s a oft-seen trope in popular culture. A minor character ‘blows up’ and ultimately becomes the star of a series that wasn’t meant to be about him or her. HAPPY DAYS (previously featured on this channel in both its original live action and cartoon spin-off forms) had Fonzie. FAMILY MATTERS was cursed with Steve Urkel… But it goes back way before television.

FRITZI RITZ and BLONDIE were part of a genre of newspaper comics that served as excuses for depicting hot gals (hey, we didn’t have Internet then either!) before the former got her strip usurped by her niece NANCY and the latter got married and the focus shifted to her husband Dagwood. THIMBLE THEATRE ran for a decade before POPEYE joined the cast.

BARNEY GOOGLE started way back at the dawn of the newspaper comic strip medium, actually starting on the sports page before the comics page was a thing. This little guy’s adventures were enormously popular, and he was celebrated in song and (silent) films… Then, in 1934, Barney’s travels brought him to North Carolina, where he met ornery little hillbilly SNUFFY SMITH, who soon became the star of the series.

King Features Syndicate, purveyor of newspaper comic strips worldwide, had enjoyed considerable success releasing a big batch of newly-produced Popeye cartoons to television starting in 1960. So they followed-up by trying the same with other comic strip characters. We covered BEETLE BAILY week before last. Now it’s Snuffy’s turn. Although he was rarely seen in the funny pages by this point, Barney Google turns up as a supporting character in this ‘toon.

BTW, after nigh-on three dozen years livin’ amongst Tarheels, I’ll attest that their depiction here is pretty much spot-on.  More from the OldHorseman.