Trumps on The Road

Posted November 25, 2020 by mefeld
Categories: Uncategorized

Election’s not yet even a sure thing and the foreclosures have started


The Chinese are foreclosing on Trump Tower, The Germans on Mar a Lago,

and the Russians on the White House.

Putin’s letting the Bidens keep the furniture and bric a brac–

the Martha Washington plates, the Dolly Madison Zingers, what have you–

anything still remaining  after the Final Days when Trump not only teed-

off  in every room in the White House but soiled Lincoln’s bed pretty bad.

The Trumps hope to be out by Christmas before the circling legal vultures

swoop down.

And these guys are the real deal, not Rudy Giuliani and his pack of Trump

University Pre-Law wanabees.

Once the self-, family & anybody with the scratch pardons are inked,

the von Trumpfs will settle not in the German Alps but, initially,

in a castle/farmette outside of Ljubljana, Slovenia, although Melania’s

parents will stay in the US due to outstanding warrants in the old country.

After that, well, Trump Tower Red Square is out for the disenfranchised

Trumps, but the King Abdulaziz Palace in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, has

undergone a rehab identical to what Melania did to the White House–

With that news we bid farewell if not arrivederci to the Family Trump

and their hardy genome from all of us still standing in the States.

Michael Feldman


Posted November 24, 2020 by mefeld
Categories: Uncategorized


John Sieger brings ‘When the Goddamn Day is Done’ to WYK

Posted September 9, 2020 by mefeld
Categories: Facebook Livecast, iTunes, music, podcast


Why is this man smiling?

His new one is When the Goddamn Day is Done!

Perhaps because he knows he speaks for many of us these

Dampendic Days or maybe just because he’s John Sieger.

Maybe he’ll tell us when we zoom him from A Place of

Johnny’s Own, to yours, this Saturday morning, Sept 12,

at 10 CT, via Whad’ya Know Podcast here:


And just in case you don’t know what all the cursing’s about:  “WGDDD:”

Breakthrough in China Virus Vaccine from Johnson & Trump

Posted August 23, 2020 by mefeld
Categories: facebook, podcast



At Johnson & Johnson, that which we bring to the Vaccine table is nothing less than our very raison d’etre: all encompassing cradle to grave care allowing us to meld our analgesics with our wound care, beauty care, oral care, skin care and baby, minus the toxic powder, care, because at Johnson & Johnson we care to care when we care for you.

Now, thanks to our legions of J&J formulators, respected within and without personal hygiene, health and beauty, we are proud to announce, in collusion with Trump Industries LLC, a breakthrough in China Virus Vaccine Care, drawing from our virtually limitless stockpile of Johnson & Johnson consumer care products, which has enabled us to have created, at warp-speed, a Neutrogena-based Vaccine with elements of Clean & Clear, One Touch Ultra and Nicorette, where Imodium meets Pepcid and Lubriderm meets Micitin, meets Tylenol PM meets Aveeno, meets BenGay, meets  Calydryl, then Benedryl, then Calydryl again, as a hint of Carefree Scent fills the lab air, and the potion is infused with some pretty big proprietary actors we’re not going to talk about but they’re PRETTY BIG, PRETTY BIG.

Today, all of us here at Johnson & Johnson are proud to announce, after weeks of

planning, testing and tweaking the first and foremost groundbreaking

Johnson & Trump Warp Speed Tanning Vaccine, currently in phase 3,

exhaustive consumer and advertising testing, with a roll out, per Executive Order,

any day now.

We are confident Johnson & Trump Warp Speed Tanning Vaccine is all the China Vaccine you and

your family will ever need!

Johnson & Johnson: Making China Virus Clean & Clear and Under Control.


Johnson & Johnson may be able to help with TBD costs of Johnson & Trump Warp Speed Tanning Vaccine, but it’s unlikely. No warranty or liability is offered or assumed by Johnson & Johnson, Donald Trump, personally or as owner of Trump Industries Consumer Medical Division LLC, or as President of the United States. Discontinue use if death, apoplexy, that thing where your head spins and you can’t talk or think, or more than 30 days of hallucinogenic or feelings you can fly occur.

You Could Have a Serious Thrill on the Whad’ya Know Quiz!

Posted August 11, 2020 by mefeld
Categories: Facebook Livecast, iTunes, podcast


Whad’ya Know Quiz! — Saturday, August 15!

Hey, Kids, if you know what a flying buttress is, or why Prometheus got

his liver gnawed, or anything, really, you could get yourself a serious thrill–

like Kurt from Columbus OH did–

OK, Lyle is hard to excite after all this time, but Kurt was over the moon!

Who knows how you’ll react to prizes so fabulous you’ll wonder when they’re coming!

The Whad’ya Zoom Podcast, 8-15-20, 10 am Central, around midnight in Seoul–

Your invite will be waiting at–

–If you’d rather just lurk you can do it there as well–

And remember to catch us anytime on Whad’ya Know Podcast @iTunes!



Ben Sidran Live on Whad’ya Know– Saturday, August 8–

Posted August 6, 2020 by mefeld
Categories: Facebook Livecast, iTunes, podcast

Tags: ,

The Doctor is In!

Ben Sidran joins us live on Whad’ya Know Podcast

This Saturday at 10 am Central, around midnight in Seoul, SK–

Here’s a taste from his new one ‘We the People’—










Feel the groove of Ben’s music, books & attitude on

And join us live on Whad’ya Know Podcast and @iTunes




I own a couple of non-voting shares in facebook–enjoy!

Posted July 15, 2020 by mefeld
Categories: facebook


ps my guess is that CZI is Chan Zuckerberg so they’ve pretty well covered the waterfront–




To Our Stockholders:The enclosed information statement (the “Information Statement”) is being distributed to the holders of record, as of the close of business on June 22, 2020 (the “Record Date”), of the Class A common stock and the Class B common stock of Facebook, Inc. (the “Company”).The purpose of the Information Statement is to inform you of action taken by holders of a majority of the voting power of the outstanding shares of capital stock of the Company to amend and restate the Company’s Restated Certificate of Incorporation (the “Charter”). On the Record Date, the Consenting Stockholders (as defined below) delivered to the Company a written consent (the “Written Consent”) to amend and restate the Charter to implement certain amendments thereto (the “Charter Amendments”). The Written Consent was delivered to the Company by the Consenting Stockholders in connection with the Stipulated Order for Civil Penalty, Monetary Judgment, and Injunctive Relief, dated as of April 23, 2020, in Case No. 19-cv-2184 before the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s Order Modifying Prior Decision and Order, dated as of April 27, 2020, in FTC Docket No. C-4365 (the “Order”).


As required by the Order, the Company has established an independent Privacy Committee of the Board of Directors of the Company (the “Board” and, such committee, the “Privacy Committee”). The Board has adopted a written charter for the Privacy Committee, which is available on our website at The Order also requires the Company to, among other things, implement the Charter Amendments.The “Consenting Stockholders” are, collectively, The Mark Zuckerberg Trust dated July 7, 2006? Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Foundation? The Mark Zuckerberg 2014 GRATNo. 3 dated May 8, 2014? and CZI Holdings, LLC.


As of the close of business on the Record Date, the Consenting Stockholders together owned 4,181,831 shares of the Company’s Class Acommon stock and 363,588,585 shares of the Company’s Class B common stock, representing approximately 53.1% of the voting power of the outstanding shares of capital stock of the Company, on a combined basis.The Charter Amendments provide that, for so long as the Order remains in effect, (i) no director serving on the Privacy Committee (any such director, a “Privacy Committee Delegate”), may be removed solely for reasons related to actions taken in good faith in furtherance of such Privacy Committee Delegate’s duties as a member of the Privacy Committee as set forth in the Order (a “Privacy Reason”), except by the affirmative vote of the holders of at least two-thirds of the voting power of the then-outstanding shares of the capital stock of the Company entitled to vote generally in the election of directors, voting together as a single class, and (ii) no Privacy Committee Delegate may be removed for reasons other than a Privacy Reason with the intent to circumvent the requirements of the foregoing clause (i), except by the affirmative vote of the holders of at least two-thirds of the voting power of the then-outstanding shares of the capital stock of the Company entitled to vote generally in the election of directors, voting together as a single class.


Say there are no Fabulous Prizes in this Brave New World?

Posted June 2, 2020 by mefeld
Categories: facebook live, podcast

         Lyle Anderson begs to differ . . . .

The Whad’ya Know OK Zoomer Quiz!

Most Saturdays at 10 am Central, around midnight in Seoul–

Right here:

Nothing you want, everything you need on The Whad’ya Know Podcast–


Sax Unplugged on Whad’ya Know!

Posted May 6, 2020 by mefeld
Categories: Uncategorized

  David Sax Unplugs His New Book

     “The Soul of an Entrepreneur “

Saturday, May 9, at 10 am Central, around midnight in Seoul

on the Whad’ya Know Podcast

which resides here


David, a Canadian, sounds like this:


Mississippi Fred McDowell “Jesus on the Mainline”

Posted May 4, 2020 by mefeld
Categories: podcast


Mississippi Fred McDowell

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fred McDowell (January 12, 1906 – July 3, 1972),[1] known by his stage name Mississippi Fred McDowell, was an American hill country blues singer and guitar player.

McDowell was born in Rossville, Tennessee. His parents were farmers, but both died while Fred was in his youth. He took up the guitar at the age of 14 and was soon playing for tips at dances around Rossville. Seeking a change from plowing fields, he moved to Memphis in 1926, where he worked in the Buck-Eye feed mill, which processed cotton into oil and other products.[5] In 1928, he moved to Mississippi to pick cotton.[5] He finally settled in Como Mississippi, in 1940 or 1941 (or maybe the late 1950s), where he worked as a full-time farmer for many years while continuing to play music on weekends at dances and picnics.

After decades of playing for small local gatherings, McDowell was recorded in 1959 by roving folklore musicologist Alan Lomax and Shirley Collins on their Southern Journey field-recording trip.[6] With interest in blues and folk music rising in the United States at the time, McDowell’s field recordings for Lomax caught the attention of blues aficionados and record producers, and within a couple of years, he had finally become a professional musician and recording artist in his own right. His LPs proved quite popular, and he performed at festivals and clubs all over the world.[7]

McDowell continued to perform blues in the north Mississippi style much as he had for decades, sometimes on electric guitar rather than acoustic guitar. He was particularly renowned for his mastery of slide guitar, a style he said he first learned using a pocketknife for a slide and later a polished beef rib bone. He ultimately settled on the clearer sound he got from a glass slide, which he wore on his ring finger.[8]While he famously declared, “I do not play no rock and roll,” he was not averse to associating with younger rock musicians. He coached Bonnie Raitt on slide guitar technique[7] and was reportedly flattered by The Rolling Stones‘ rather straightforward version of his “You Gotta Move” on their 1971 album Sticky Fingers.[citation needed] In 1965 he toured Europe with the American Folk Blues Festival, together with Big Mama Thornton, John Lee Hooker, Buddy Guy, Roosevelt Sykes and others.[9]

McDowell’s 1969 album I Do Not Play No Rock ‘n’ Roll, recorded in Jackson, Mississippi, and released by Malaco Records, was his first featuring electric guitar. It contains parts of an interview in which he discusses the origins of the blues and the nature of love. His live albumLive at the Mayfair Hotel (1995), was from a concert he gave in 1969. Tracks included versions of Bukka White‘s “Shake ‘Em On Down,” Willie Dixon‘s “My Babe,” Mance Lipscomb‘s “Evil Hearted Woman,” plus McDowell’s self-penned “Kokomo Blues.” AllMusic noted that the album “may be the best single CD in McDowell’s output, and certainly his best concert release”.[10] McDowell’s final album,[11] Live in New York (Oblivion Records), was a concert performance from November 1971 at the Village Gaslight (also known as The Gaslight Cafe), in Greenwich Village, New York.

McDowell died of cancer in 1972, aged 66, and was buried at Hammond Hill Baptist Church, between Como and Senatobia, Mississippi. On August 6, 1993, a memorial was placed on his grave by the Mount Zion Memorial Fund. The ceremony was presided over by the blues promoter Dick Waterman, and the memorial with McDowell’s portrait on it was paid for by Bonnie Raitt. The memorial stone was a replacement for an inaccurate and damaged marker (McDowell’s name was misspelled). The original stone was subsequently donated by McDowell’s family to the Delta Blues Museum, in Clarksdale, Mississippi. McDowell was a Freemason and was associated with Prince Hall Freemasonry; he was buried in Masonic regalia.[12]