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Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody Parody (Opinion Rhapsody.)

Ding Ding Ding!

We have a winner!

The Sheet Meme.

This is making the rounds and in the midst of shootings, terrorism, and a political climate were legitimate discussions cannot be had because of trolls and insults, we needed a laugh.

Have a great week.

Santa Claus On Halloween.

Be careful what you may give to the fat guy in red!

It’s been a long week and we thought this was funny. (Not everything needs to be about politics, you know.)

(Courtesy jdrift01 on Instagram.)

A Little Bit Of Humor Before Michael.

We are writing this the day that Hurricane Michael is about to slam into the Florida panhandle. As anyone who has witnessed first hand a hurricane of any strength bearing down on them, it is a scary and stressful time. If people leave their homes and evacuate, that adds more stress to the situation. If you are a “first responder,” the time leading up to a hurricane, during a hurricane and after a hurricane is stressful as well.

Which is why we love this “trespass notice” from the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office to the Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore.

The Facebook post from the Sheriff’s Office says:

Wired Vs. Wireless.

Ain’t this the truth.

(comic courtesy Deathbulge Comics.)

Cocoa Beach: Dogs On The Beach. At Least It’s Not Cows On The Beach.

image courtesy The Daily Mail.

In case you missed it, earlier this year the City of Cocoa Beach decided to allow dogs on the beach as a trial basis. The move was not without controversy and we certainly hope that the dog owners who pushed for this will act in a responsible manner.

The city commission approved a proposal Thursday night that will allow dogs on a section of Ocean Beach. The ordinance begins July 15 and is in effect for six months.

That will essentially be a trial period to see if dogs and sunbathers can get along, then commissioners will re-evaluate it.


Dogs are currently banned from almost all of Brevard County beaches. The exception is Canova Beach Park, which released the hounds in 2012 and has since become a popular spot for dog owners looking to have a little fun in the sun with Fido.
Dogs at Brevard County beaches

The amendment will allow dogs on the stretch of beach from 4th Street to 16th Street from 6-10 a.m. and from 5-7 p.m. (and then 5-9 p.m. during daylight saving time). Dogs will have to be on a leash and owners are required to pick up after them.

For those who think this was a bad move, we offer that it could have been worse. Much worse. The City could have voted to allow cows on the beach.

Yes, cows.

You Gotta Warn Us!

After yesterday’s post on Palm Bay Councilman Calvin “Tres” Holton and the “recording,” we were reading some blogs and other forums when we came upon one that mentioned the our post.

A person left this comment:


Sometimes I just want to slap someone with a hoecake.


You have to warn us when you make those types of comments. Even though our keyboard is water resistant, we only have so many screen cleaners to clean off the coffee spewed from laughter.

Give us a break, okay?

In all seriousness, thanks for the comment and complement. It is nice to be part of the jargon and the creation of a new meme.

Monday Humor.

It was a long weekend here, so we are starting off with a simple image that made us smile.

We miss manual transmissions.

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