The Editor: What are yes and no for, Lois ?
Do and Don’t Cat: Things you can do and not do on Cumberland.
The Editor: Can you give our loyal readers some examples ?
Papers Cat: You can’t use forged or out of date papers to visit us.
If questioned, for goodness sake, don’t run.
No public money can be spent to advertise anything.
All fines go to the local Community Chests, after the responsible crooks are banished for life.
No Armed Forces can have anything to do with civilian law enforcement, except for a civil insurrection.
No elected official, their family, or friends, can accept any type of pay or benefit from lobbyist. If they meet with one they must wear their company’s logo on their clothes, when in public.
Orion and Aurora over Iceland
Image Credit & Copyright: Þorvarður Árnason
Explanation: If you see a sky like this — photograph it. A month ago in Iceland, an adventurous photographer (pictured) chanced across a sky full of aurora and did just that. In the foreground lies the stratovolcano Öræfajökull. In the background, among other sky delights, lies the constellation of Orion, visible to the aurora’s left. Auroras are sparked by energetic particles from the Sun impacting the magnetic environment around the Earth. Resultant energetic particles such as electrons and protons rain down near the Earth’s poles and impact the air. The impacted air molecules obtain excited electrons, and when electrons in oxygen molecules fall back to their ground state, they emit green light. Auroras are known to have many shapes and colors.
Tomorrow’s picture: dusty hunter