“It Is What It Is” Memorial Cemetery 160,000 Strong and Growing

By Mr. Schnell Do you know how many dead people are buried in Trump’s CoVid 19 Cemetery? All of them! (More sure to come.) What goes up in the United States but never goes down? CoVid cases. What is more important than you, your kids, and your family? Donald Trump (according to Donald Trump). WhatContinue reading ““It Is What It Is” Memorial Cemetery 160,000 Strong and Growing”

Corona Virus Booklet

by Mr. Schnell This is a compilation of cartoons thrown together to make a booklet. I am old school and like to hold a manuscript or book or magazine, peruse then leave it where I found it. That isn’t a great idea in light of today’s viral pandemic. So I decided it is best toContinue reading “Corona Virus Booklet”

TAKE HEED!

by Mr.Schnell It is up to you to be responsible. Consider everyone a potential carrier. Your life may depend on it. Isolation, mask, and gloves have shown to be effective in South Korea, Japan, and other countries to decrease the spread. Take a lesson from the crisis and death counts reported in Italy and Spain.Continue reading “TAKE HEED!”

Normalizing The Abnormal

By Mr. Schnell A big black dark cloud has been overhead since “The Donald” descended an escalator in New York City ranting about Mexican drug dealers, rapists and criminals. Then came the pussy grabbing audio, a Stormy Daniels affair, Jeffrey Epstein snuffing, Russian rules for American voters, impeachment, and now corona virus. Who is responsibleContinue reading “Normalizing The Abnormal”

Healthcare Before Corona Virus

by Mr. Schnell Emergencies occur in the hospital all the time. Generally they can be stressful, unscripted, and uncensored. Below is an example of one of those stressful, unscripted, uncensored emergencies. It contains profanity and graphic illustrations. This satirical coloring book is a work of fiction. The satirical situations are based loosely on actual eventsContinue reading “Healthcare Before Corona Virus”

Scuba Diving Nurses

In Missouri I was certified as an Open Water Diver in the early 1980s and lucky to get stationed in California while serving in the Navy. There are pristine dive locations all over the west coast. Lajolla, Catalina Island, Channel Islands, and Leguna Beach come to mind. I was stationed at a naval hospital inContinue reading “Scuba Diving Nurses”