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Happy Freaking Easter
April 9, 2012


Hot cross buns!
Hot cross buns!
One ha’ penny, two ha’ penny,
Hot cross buns!
If you have no daughters,
Give them to your sons
One ha’ penny,
Two ha’ penny,
Hot Cross Buns!

Of course, I can’t just say, “Happy Easter,” and be done with it. No, no! I have to make an alternative Easter punk rock greeting card. Who will every want to watch this? Punks? No. Catholics? No. Oddballs? Perhaps.

Anybody know any oddballs? If so, please forward this video to them. Maybe they’ll understand my rebound on the whole Easter bunny thing.

First, I got nothing against chocolate footballs and jelly beans. Love ’em. Don’t need a special holiday to serve those in the Jump Household. We might grind ’em all up and make ice cream or cookies with them. How’s that sound?

Where’s my audience? Where’s my call to action? is the audience just supposed to eat or get hungry or what?

Hahaha… yeah, like I care. But I will gripe a little bit. They sure don’t do easter like they used to do easter. I have memories of poorly fitting shoes, unbearably long Catholic services, and Grandmas who spit on their hanky and try to wipe the mole off the side of my face.

Yeah, yeah, happy easter. Anyway, these were old school hot cross buns. They had the little bits of fruitcake in them. They were so old skool that I really didn’t like ’em. They reminded me of every fruitcake I couldn’t stand to eat.

But very German, nonetheless. Ameri-German, I would think. I don’t mean that in bad way or anything, Germans are awesome. They are very friendly and warm. They’re great. I mean it in like the old hold-over German bakery sense. They’re getting harder to find.

Whatever. The crosses are for Jesus. Nobody would dispute that.

Jimmyjumpnjive Easter 2012


Christmas (Blue Little Reindeer)
December 8, 2009

The Christmas and Holiday season can be difficult when those we love are not with us. Many people in the United States have loved ones in the Army, Airforce, Navy or Marines, who have been deployed to the wars in Iraq or Afganistan. Others, mourning the loss of loved ones, may find that the holidays can increase sadness and awareness of loss. If this holiday season finds you blue, be sure to reach out to others, because you do not have to be a blue little reindeer.

Give Thanks for Those Who Love You! Thanksgiving 2009
November 27, 2009



November 11, 2009

My dogs have a running argument about what dog will win the 2009 AKC/Eukanuba National Championship.  Red is a border collie.  Blue is like some sort of houndog/catahoula concoction.  Together they add up to a bunch of dog fun.  If there’s one thing that I would tell you — as I show you an ad for a purebred dog show — is that you should always look for a rescue dog when you are looking to add a canine to your household.  Blue is a champion disc (frisbee) dog and a darn good guy, and he was a rescue.  Red is a purebred and he is completely insane and weird.  Goes to show you … Anyway, if there’s one website that I would recommend to anyone it is  Use it to find a dog in any state.

TIGER (Bali)
November 7, 2009

Bali is the new Sumatran Tiger at the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium. He came from the San Francisco Zoo, and he joins his brother, Java, at Point Defiance in Tacoma, Washington. He’s about 11 years old and around 300 lbs. The keepers say he’s very mellow.

Don’t Feed the Wildlife
November 5, 2009

People have been feeding the raccoons in Point Defiance Park in Tacoma, Washington.  Now the raccoons think that all people who drive or walk through the park are there to feed them.  This is not good, and in the past few weeks the park workers have found six raccoons shot by pellet guns.  Okay, the raccoons are really cute … but they have claws and attitude problems.  The best thing to do is NOT FEED THE WILDLIFE.

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Hello world!
November 4, 2009

More stupidity more often.