Memes In Winter

Betrer Stuck In A Cabin Than A CIty

Best To Be Stuck When Snowing?

The other Memes page got too full, so here’s a new one, with a winter theme!
May The Snows Be With You!

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A technical managerial sort interested in things from Stonehenge to computer science. My present "hot buttons' are the mythology of Climate Change and ancient metrology; but things change...
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94 Responses to Memes In Winter

  1. Larry Ledwick says:

    Well not winter themed but too funny to pass up.

  2. llanfar says:

    @Lrry 🤣🤣🤣

  3. E.M.Smith says:

    The memes here need not be winter themed. It is just a name to let you know it is a new one, and snark about the image of a cabin vs city :-)

    Basically, this is winter, and these are memes, so they are “memes in winter”…

    Like the RBG MIA meme :-)

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    So you want some free stuff from a socialist government – –

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    2nd amendment explained:

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  12. beththeserf says:

    Life on the litteral, LOL. too funny. That boiling water advice, so energy susstainable, send it to yr green party friends … oh wait!

  13. beththeserf says:

    Empirical weather study. Who needs modelling?

  14. E.M.Smith says:

    @Beth: Very interesting photos at that link… not just the weather stone…

  15. E.M.Smith says:

    It was always funny in Florida when it would hit about 50 F something degrees. You would see all the natives of Florida dressed in their long pants, parkas, the occasional gloves and hats… And the snowbirds from Canada running around in Summer T Shirts and Shorts!

  16. Larry Ledwick says:

    A reminder that the current ethnic and cultural clashes created by the one world government and borderless supporters is a well know strategy.

  17. H.R. says:

    @Larry L: 😆😆👍👍

    I think I’m going to make a “Trump is Not My President” pin and hang it from a chain around my neck. When I get the knowing look and thumbs up from a SJW, I’ll offer to lend it to them telling them, “It really works!”

    Granted, I haven’t completely thought through the legal ramifications yet…

  18. Larry Ledwick says:

    Make them pay you for it, like an abortion provider you are just providing a service.

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    AOC promotes her all green carbon free agenda by announcing a new line of cars that do not contribute to global warming.

  23. jim2 says:

    Know your ticks:


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    I guess this would be a “caption this” image.
    In spite of the photoshop work makes you wonder about the context of the base image.
    Apparently she was a bartender who liked to join in with the games.


  26. ossqss says:

    LOL Larry, I note another Bush on the TV too!

  27. Larry Ledwick says:

    Caption this:

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    AOC and the twin sister no one talks about.

    “The GND includes WHAT?!?”

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    Ahhh don’t you just love the meme creators and their sense of humor?

  31. H.R. says:

    @Larry L: That last one is also a good general duty insult. I hope I can remember it at the appropriate time.

    “I could eat all the scrabble tiles in the box and my sh!t would make more sense than you do.”

    Sadly, I’ve had too many opportunities to use that one and didn’t have it when I needed it. The good news is that it’s in my insult bag now.
    Still having to give name and email for every comment. When will this testing at WordPress ever end?

  32. corsair red says:

    I commented this afternoon on the W.O.O.D thread with no problem.

  33. H.R. says:

    @corsair red – hmm… are you on a smartphone? A box with ??? OS. Android? iPhone? What browser are you using?

    I’m using an about-to-be-ditched laptop that has been upgraded to Windows 10 from, gosh-only-knows what the original version was on it. My browser is FireFox bloatware.

    I’m surprised E.M. hasn’t had some communique from WordPress regarding what the @%! is going on. OTOH, if they used email to contact E.M., there’s a strong chance that E.M. won’t find out about WordPress’ dirty deeds done dirt cheap until it’s all over but the shouting.

  34. corsair red says:

    I comment from a Dell PC using Windows 10 and the Opera browser.

  35. H.R. says:

    @red – Only difference that probably matters is we’re using different browsers.

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  38. E.M.Smith says:

    WordPress does not contact me. They have a blog I could read if I had a few extra hours every day for pointless stuff…

  39. E.M.Smith says:

    BTW, Pale Moon on Android not asking me for info before posting. Then again I’m logged in as blogmeister…

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    More truth than fiction to this one the independent web is the new journalist class, and former so called journalists have become propaganda ministry employees.

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    I just knew there was a resemblance, but I couldn’t quite put my finger on it. ;o)

  45. ossqss says:

    @HR, I must be hitting your email spam list, or you banned me ;-)

  46. H.R. says:

    Nope. My old computer literally fell apart, no amount of duck tape can fix it, and I am fussing with getting the new one set up to my satisfaction. Windoze 10 is fighting with me over every non-Bill Gates enriching option I wish to install.

    I didn’t have this problem on the old machine, where it upgraded a few times to finally hit Windoze 10. It played nice and carried along most of my stuff. I guess they turned mean for the newer releases.

    I also was knocked out with a cold starting Thursday, a week ago. It lasted 6 days, and then I generously shared it with the missus, who is down for the count.

    I haven’t checked email in more than a week, but I’ll go have a look.

  47. H.R. says:

    Ok, back. You wuz checkin’ in. We are still trying to make a run to the Linger Lodge before we leave on the 1st of March. Playing is by ear</strike nose. ;o)

    (Dang! I gotta go get my emoticons on this machine. Drat!)

  48. ossqss says:

    10-4 HR

    If ya make it down, bring the broken PC. I may be able to help with bringing it back from the dead with something from my small graveyard of PC/laptop parts and shells.

  49. jim2 says:

    HR – you can run Linux from a stick if u want to see how the other half lives :)

    For me and many other experienced Linux users, that’s Linux Mint 19. You don’t need to be a Linux expert to install Mint on a Windows PC. Here’s how to do it.

  50. H.R. says:

    Thanks, jim2. I believe I’ll give it a shot. I didn’t mind the evolved Windows 10, but this fresh new cut is missing things I used… probably because those features let users turn off too much stuff. Hah!

    There’s been a lot of back and forth in the past few weeks of neat – and seemingly fairly easy – things to make me harder to find and make a machine run tippy top.

    We’re headed home to the Great White North on Friday. I’ll probably not get serious about straightening away this (actually quite nice) little beastie until we’re back and settled in.

    In the back and forth that’s been going on, I’ve spotted several things I thought I’d try. The nice thing is all I have to do is click on February posts and they are all there in one tidy bundle.

    Thanks again, jim2. I appreciate it.

    Oh! I also realize that all I have to do is holler for help and there’s a dozen or so regulars that can get me over any speed bumps. I’m not counting on E.M. as he will probably be busy cleaning out the garage… or else, if Mrs. E.M. has a say ;o)

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    If the PC that died did NOT fry the disk and is at all a “usual PC”, you can usually just transplant the disk to a new body and it is all just like it was… Harder and doesn’t always were with really a lot newer laptops or exotic towers with all new video cards (as the drivers are not there), but for anything I can afford it usually works fine.

  54. H.R. says:

    E.M. – Not fried. My plan was to move everything over to the new laptop anyhow.

    I bought a new laptop in November for $249.00. The old unit needed a new keyboard from the mayonnaise incident, a new disk drive, the camera didn’t work (feature, not a bug!) , the sound was non-existent, the charge port was wonky and had been replaced once, the battery needed replacing, and all of the parts making up the case were cracked and broken to some degree or other, but other than that, it was just fine ;o)

    I like the new little beastie except for the OS. Since I knew I’d be switching over, I was paying closer attention this month, which seemed to be Geek Month here. I have an external drive in the terabyte class, so I can copy everything over… 10 or 12 times, probably :o)

    There’s just no room and no work surfaces in the trailer to mess with this. All that was sacrificed to install the pets’ quarters. So, I’ll just be using this new unit pretty much as is until we get home and settled back in.

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    And for a new twist on mother in law jokes

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    (note I am not trying to pick on a certain political party it is just that it is a target rich environment – I would post equally funny memes from other groups but they just refuse to provide such good material to work with)

  64. H.R. says:

    @Larry – The left has zero in the way of funny memes. The left is perpetually, afraid, offended, alarmed, and concerned. There is nothing left over for humor, self deprecation, or not taking oneself or life too seriously.

    The left looks to the choirmeister who says, “Sing as a group.”

    “Orange Man Bad
    Orange man never racist until Orange man descends escalator
    Open borders good, except when HWSRN and Schumer said there was a border crisis
    Wall good, then wall bad, then wall good, then wall bad…
    Russia good
    Russia bad
    Babies killed post birth… OMG! That’s effing ,hilarious!

    And on and on. Funny memes? The left doesn’t have much to work with. It’s hard to make “Do what I say or we’ll kill you while you’re in the gulag” into something amusing.

  65. corsair red says:

    @Larry Ledwick,
    Love the mother-in-law one!

  66. Larry Ledwick says:

    As Genetic screening becomes more invasive how long before we get to this?

  67. Larry Ledwick says:

    The old definition of a good man.

  68. E.M.Smith says:

    @Larry L:

    As evidenced in various things I’ve stated: Clearly per that definition I am a “Good Man”. I’m clearly very very dangerous IF I need to be, but have it entirely under control and have not hurt anyone in decades.

    I can make explosives from a half dozen “unexpected” things.
    I have a pretty good handle on how to make a nuke – even from “unusual” Special Nuclear Materials (U233, and power reactor Pu for example).
    I could make more “biological weapons” than I’d know how to use in about a month.
    I can make a “Battle Hammer” from plumbing supplies.
    I can manufacture a sword or blade as needed (that Smith Heritage ;-)
    I can manufacture ammunition, and have, as needed.

    And I’d never voluntarily hurt any living person. Well, maybe I can think of a few… ;-)

    “With great power comes great responsibility” and I think that means the responsibility to NOT hurt people even though I could do it in large numbers and not be caught. Frankly what frightens me is just how many ways I can think of, that can’t be traced nor blocked; yet they have not happened. Lord help us if “someone like me” shows up on The Dark Side….

    I once worked out an assassination weapon that could not be traced. All it required was knowing a path the person would be walking and a good computer controlled “device”… It would look like they had a stroke, unless a full autopsy was done. Even then it would be a bit of a mystery “how”. (No, I won’t share…)

    Some times I scare myself. Other times I’m sure…

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    For the Ides of March

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    For St. Patrick’s day

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    The not romantic view of Ernesto “Che” Guevara

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  84. beththeserf says:

    Play it again, Sa. ) Hey, I didn’t know Mahatma…

    The lower case want yer, barefooted, subservient and vulnerable.

  85. beththeserf says:

    OMG, chiefio, so sorry, the link was supposed to be Larry’s meme re armed citizens and the lower case tyrants who didn’t. This link is from my Jo Nova comment.

  86. beththeserf says:

    Maybe just delete the comments altogether?

  87. E.M.Smith says:

    Looks fine to me… Yeah, I didn’t know old Mahatma was gun wise either…

    Then Splody Turbines? What’s not to like? ;-)

  88. beththeserf says:

    Silly serf, lol.

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