I guess I have more respect for Dean Martin than I have for many mob-related alcoholics, but if you’re going to have a xylophone, you might as well go all out and have a steel drum too, as Joe Cuba often did.
Incidentally, I would really prefer that everyone stop using “boogaloo” to refer to things other than music
I know that as of 2019, it is fashionable to refer to theoretical scenarios for civil war as “boogaloo.” This is probably because people used to talk about “Civil War II” (in the style of Thomas Chittum) and someone who grew up in the 1980s had to make a joke about “Breakin’ II, Electric Boogaloo.”
However, there are still plenty of music nerds out there who use “boogaloo” to refer to soulful, jazzy 20th-century dance music, such as that of Joe Cuba (who, despite his name, hailed from Puerto Rico).
I am not sure whether the following murder was done at the behest of government gangsters or non-governmental gangsters. I am not sure where to classify a vaccine manufacturer on that spectrum.
Friends and families are mourning the death of USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Jaynes who was found dead with 2 bullet wounds to the head. Jaynes passed away Monday, November 25, 2019. She was born October 30, 1972 in Minot, North Dakota.
Jaynes is USA Today bestselling author who wrote about corruption inside the vaccine industry , and the author of another book titled “MALICE” about Dr. Daniel Winters.
Meanwhile, back in the world of government misconduct:
1. It seems that Hunter Biden has some bimbo eruptions:
2. Prisons appear to be the work of Satan himself:
3. The NYPD Bragged About a Big Pot Bust. Turns Out It Seized 106 Pounds of Legal Hemp.
4. Don’t Trust the Government with Breathalyzers and other Forensic Evidence
5. DEA Agent Gets Busted for Perjury, Obstruction of Justice, and Falsifying Government Records
6. Bongino knows the score.
7. The United Nations needs to vet its people properly:
8. I still have not forgotten Julian Assange:
9. Catherine Austin Fitts knows the score:
10. Sara Carter knows the score:
This is all too damn depressing, it’s jazz flute time: