A potpourri of interesting current events, new products, humor and just plain fun, so pull up a chair and stay a while. If your favorite post has disappeared out of sight, you can find it by selecting a category from the left hand side bar.
I am Perry Peterson, a retired auditor and tax accountant. My wife Valeta and I live along the front range of the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Please note: some of the links in older postings on this website may have expired by the time you see them.
This is an irreverent look at the March visit to America by Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
What could we have possible done to deserve four days of entertaining this insufferable pair.
Why can’t Charles just stay back home and talk to the plants on his Highgrove estate while he waits for his mother the Queen to die so he can begin his life’s work as King?
Nobody ever tells us the real important things like what did he do to earn all those medals or how much weight they add to his tunic.
All they tell us is that he will meet with President Obama in the White House and then go to a symposium on health and nature in Kentucky where he will lecture us on social responsibility and climate change.
New book makes surprising claims about the household of Prince Charles (pictured).
From a recent report in People Magazine:
A new biography of Prince Charles paints a portrait of a man struggling with insecurities around his charity work, his business ventures and one day becoming King of England.
The book depicts a not-so-friendly picture of working at Clarence House, where the Prince of Wales is based in London and from where he runs his charity work.
The "tense" environment is described as "every bit as brutal as in the days when a twitching arras might signal a hidden assassin."
One insider spoke about "glaring flaws" in the households organizational structure with "a lot of backstabbing."
One can’t help but feel a bit of sympathy for the poor 66-year-old man who is waiting for his mother to die so he can begin his ‘life’s work’ as King. But, let’s make sure it’s only a wee bit of sympathy - let’s not get carried away.
Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender at the center of a scandal that has seen allegations leveled at Prince Andrew (pictured at right) that he had sex with an teenager, possessed up to 21 phone numbers for former President Bill Clinton stored in his computer, it has been claimed.
Pictured above is billionaire convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and former President Bill Clinton.
Epstein’s relationship with Mr Clinton has been previously reported on and it is known that between 2002-2005 he flew on the financier’s private jet on numerous occasions, both on charitable endeavors to places such as Africa, as well as to Epstein’s private Caribbean island, Little St James. It would later be alleged in court that Epstein organized orgies on that same private island in the US Virgin Islands.
Buckingham Palace will probably be able to get Prince Andrew out of this sordid mess relatively unscathed. But what about Bill Clinton?
Will CNN (Clinton News Network) once again come to Bill’s aid? How much of this will affect Hillary’s perceived 2016 presidential run?
One commenter wrote on another website:
Looks like the finger wagging lying, draft-dodging, tax-evading, money-laundering, wife-cheater who was convicted of perjury, impeached and disbarred, and single-handedly dragged our nation’s morality down to the level of an Arkansas outhouse is still at it!
Click here for more on the Clinton, Epstein, Prince Andrew scandal.
Buckingham Palace has issued an unprecedented statement denying the Prince Andrew (the Duke of York) was sexually involved with Virgina Roberts, the girl at the center of the 'sex slave' court case.
Prince Andrew had been accused in court documents, lodged in the United States, of sexually abusing a 17-year-old girl, Virginia Roberts, who was allegedly supplied to him by friend and convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein.
Prince Andrew - Jeffrey Epstein
Following a day of bruising headlines, a spokesman for Buckingham Palace said: “It is emphatically denied that His Royal Highness The Duke of York had any form of sexual contact or relationship with Virginia Roberts. The allegations made are false and without any foundation.”
Lawyers acting for the Duke of York have privately accused Mrs Roberts of embarking on a “speculative fishing expedition” in an attempting to ensnare him in the under-age sex scandal.
Prince Andrew was once married to Sarah Ferguson (“Fergie”).