Archive | November 14, 2017


The Editor:  Do you know much about Hollywood, LL ?

Leo The Lion Cat:  I sure do, one of the first stars was Leo.

TE:  What is going on with the sex scandals, LTLC ?

Hugh Hefner Cat:  I’m beginning to believe that one night everyone in Hollywood got together at an orgy and had sex.

One thing for sure is the media isn’t giving Roy Moore the same non-mention as our ole brother Michael Jackson.

The Alabama voters might be wising up in regards to the Washington Post.  Bezos who owns Amazon and the Post hates Republicans.

Rumor has it that the Las Vegas killer was involved in an alleged Hollywood-Philippine-Thailand child sex slave ring.  It looks like the Warren Commission is investigating the case.

The NAACP has a new dead horse to beat.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

The Pleiades Deep and Dusty
Image Credit & Copyright: Juan Carlos Casado (TWAN, Earth & Stars), Miquel Serra-Ricart & Daniel Padron, FECYT

Explanation: The well-known Pleiades star cluster is slowly destroying part of a passing cloud of gas and dust. The Pleiades is the brightest open cluster of stars on Earth’s sky and can be seen from almost any northerly location with the unaided eye. The passing young dust cloud is thought to be part of Gould’s Belt, an unusual ring of young star formation surrounding the Sun in the local Milky Way Galaxy. Over the past 100,000 years, part of Gould’s Belt is by chance moving right through the older Pleiades and is causing a strong reaction between stars and dust. Pressure from the stars’ light significantly repels the dust in the surrounding blue reflection nebula, with smaller dust particles being repelled more strongly. A short-term result is that parts of the dust cloud have become filamentary and stratified. The featured deep image also captured Comet C/2015 ER61 (PanSTARRS) on the lower left.

Tomorrow’s picture: open space