Archive | March 2017

It’s Probably Okay, Dad

Animated police cherries lit ...


A man in a hurry, taking his 8-year-old son to school, made a turn at a red light where it was prohibited.

“Uh-oh, I just made an illegal turn!” the man said.

“Aw, Dad, it’s probably okay,” the son said. “The police car right behind us just did the same thing.”


The Editor:   Is America really the can-do country, LL ?

Watch This Cat:   There is no doubt.  Ever since we kicked out ole King George lll, and his bunch of creepy boot-lickers we have been the place to get things done.

TE:   I know that mostly Caucasian people have invented almost everything worth inventing, butt is there someone recently that has shown the ” can-do ” spirit is still alive ?

Fix-a-Flat Cat:  You bet, this person used Fix-a-Flat emergency tire inflator  to do cosmetic surgery, mostly on peoples butts.  She/he needed no medical license, college degree, or even an instructor to go into business— with only determination and $5.72.*&spd=9368172597523792129

TE:   That is amazing, does she/he have plans during the 10 year sabbatical ?

For sure,  since Trump forbids Green Cards from being put in Cracker Jacks boxes like Obama was doing,  Morris wants to put Jelly-Bean look alike D-Con pellets in the Cracker Jacks boxes to save people with rodent problems a trip to Home Depot.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

3D 67P
Image Credit: ESA, Rosetta, MPS, OSIRIS; UPD/LAM/IAA/SSO/INTA/UPM/DASP/IDA – Stereo: D.Romeuf, G.Faury, P.Lamy

Explanation: Get out your red/cyan glasses and gaze across the surface of Churyumov-Gerasimenko, aka Comet 67P. The stereo anaglyph was created by combining two images from the Rosetta spacecraft’s narrow angle OSIRIS camera taken on September 22, 2014. Stark and jagged, the 3D landscape is found along the Seth region of the comet’s double-lobed nucleus. It spans about 985 x 820 meters, pocked by circular ridges, depressions, and flattened areas strewn with boulders and debris. The large steep-walled circular pit in the foreground is 180 meters in diameter. Rosetta’s mission to the comet ended in September 2016 when the spacecraft was commanded to a controlled impact with the comet’s surface.

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Tomorrow Crayola retires a color and adds a new one.


The Editor:  Here is a proposed airplane for fast travel, and a huge drone.

News Cat:  Southern California is blooming.

This might be a dinosaur footprint or a butt impression of where you-know-who sat.

Taxpayers pay for a bunch of births.

Amazon is about to start charging taxes.

It never ends.