Sports Illustrated Peep Show

DroolerHere is a new low in publishing which has nothing to do with sports and everything to do with promoting the new American Sideshow. Step right up kiddies, see you dad change into your mom RIGHT BEFORE YOUR EYES.

This rag has lost so many readers it needs hype to get someone to buy a newsstand copy. That would be 10-year-olds.

Caitlyn Jenner to Pose Naked With Gold Medal for ‘Sports Illustrated’

Caitlyn Jenner will appear on a summer cover of Sports Illustrated wearing “nothing but an American flag and her Olympic medal,” a source reveals in the latest issue of Us Weekly.

The 66-year-old I Am Cait star (formerly known as Bruce) set a world decathlon record at the 1976 Montreal Summer Games. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of her win, she’ll pose with her gold medal for the first time post-transition, adds the source: “She’s excited about that.” (Her ex-wife Kris appeared topless with a medal during a 2007 photo shoot on Keeping Up With the Kardashians.) [snip]

Day by Day




Ponder this

Force always attracts men of low morality.

~ Albert Einstein

Jewish Humor

Daniel, a scrap metal merchant and one of the few in the business still to use a donkey to pull his trailer, has been married to Judith for over 30 years. In all those years, Daniel can safely say that there’s never been a day when she hasn’t nagged him. She is always complaining about something or another and the only time Daniel gets any relief is when he’s out with his donkey buying and selling scrap metal. So naturally, he goes out as often as he can.

One day, Daniel is in his back yard sitting on an upturned bucket next to his donkey. Judith brings him his lunch as usual and as soon as he has said his brochehs, Judith begins her nagging. Oy, and does she nag and kvetch! It just goes on and on with no respite. But then disaster. Daniel’s trusty donkey, for no reason at all, suddenly kicks out with both his back legs and catches Judith with a zetz to her head killing her instantly.

At the levoyah the next day, the Rabbi notices something strange. When women mourners go over to Daniel and whisper something in his ear, Daniel nods his head in agreement. But when male mourners go over to Daniel and whisper something in his ear, he shakes his head in disagreement.

After the levoyah, the Rabbi asks Daniel why he nodded his head and agreed with all the women, but always shook his head and disagreed with all the men.

“Well Rabbi,” replies Daniel, “the women were telling me what a tzaddekes my wife was, how generous she was and how she was such a good mother. So I nodded my head in agreement, Rabbi.”

“But what about the men?” the Rabbi asks, “Why were you disagreeing with them? What were they saying to you?”

“They wanted to know if I was willing to sell my donkey to them.”

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