Archive | March 8, 2014

THE SPHINX — LEOPARD SPOTS AND DST

Sphinx Main
The Editor:  Lois, is Daylight Saving Time coming soon ?

Early Bird Cat:   It sure is, everyone needs to set their clocks forward one hour before going to sleep Saturday night.

http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/clockchange.html?n=179&year=2014

The Editor:  Will you be setting your clock forward, EBC ?

EBC:  Not me, I’m not losing an hour’s sleep.  This Leopard isn’t changing its spots.  Speaking of not changing spots, Whore Hoppers don’t change spots either.  Here is a familiar one.

http://es.redskins.com/topic/377337-tmz-home-bill-clinton-surrounded-by-hookers-pictures/

Here is his brother.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ee6TeqQjOwo&list=TLo93TdzsiClg

I just need to sleep a little bit longer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGEt_vrYPBI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LBmUwi6mEo

HISTORIES, HOROSCOPES, AND AJC VENTS–REVENTED

                         THIS DAY IN HISTORY                

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TODAY IN GEORGIA HISTORY

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 http://www.todayingeorgiahistory.org/
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 TODAY IN NORTH CAROLINA HISTORY
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 http://nchistorytoday.wordpress.com/

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YOUR HOROSCOPE FOR TODAY

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 http://shine.yahoo.com/horoscope/aries/
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Your Chinese Horoscope

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http://shine.yahoo.com/horoscope/
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AJC VENTS–REVENTED

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 http://projects.ajc.com/vent/metr

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Astronomy Picture of the Day

Mount Sharp on the Horizon
Image Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, MSL, Navcam

Explanation: Get out your red/blue glasses (red for the left eye) and look out over this expansive martian landscape. The panoramic stereo view is composed of images from the roving Curiosity’s Navcam taken at a rest stop during a 100 meter drive on Sol 548 (February 19). The 5.5 kilometer high peak of Mount Sharp, also known as Aeolis Mons, is on the horizon, its base a destination for Curiosity. In the foreground are rows of striated rocks along the Junda outcrop. Centered toward the south-southeast the scene spans 160 degrees. (Another Navcam image here looks back along Curiosity’s route at the end of the Sol’s drive on Mars.)

 Tomorrow’s picture: tunnel vision