Archive | February 1, 2018

Did you get the memo?


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“Just relax. We are as smart as Hillary. They will never see those memos. “


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“What memos? I have no idea what you are talking about? We must discuss collusion, not memos. What about Global Warming? “




OMG…there was a path to 270


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“You just wait Donald Trump….I will find a way to destroy you for your promise to Make America Great Again. Just as Barack, Chuck and I got our country going our way, you had to come in and give it hope.”


House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California talks with Senate Minority Chuck Schumer of New York before the State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

“Oh Rhett, I mean Chuck..whatever shall we do?”


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“Frankly, Scarlett, I mean Nancy…I do not give a DAMN about America. We must find a way to appease these undocumented voters.  Now have one of your undocumented servants fetch me a bottle of fine wine from your vineyard.”


THE SPHINX…Musical Selection Reflections

My Dear Readers,

I promised I would supply some Musical Selection Reflections  from Lois Lion, the inimitable  author of  The Sphinx…… on the first day of each month. The Sphinx is published every day on Tolley’s Topics.  The following selections are Lois Lion’s picks from February 2013.


Lois Lion has asked that you keep the volume down, because…as you know, cats need frequent and extended naps.


Sheila Tolley






The Editor:  How can our loyal viewers get to Bob’s House, LL ?

GPS Cat:   Here is the last known sign for Bob’s House.

Paris has been a rat haven for a 1,000 years (  one thousand ).

Here is a Sphinx employee trapped,  trying to snoop out a story.

Here is a ship trapped.

Here are some other stories.

Sometimes you have to take the day as it comes.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Moonset Eclipse
Image Credit & Copyright: Fred Espenak (

Explanation: Near the closest point in its orbit, the second Full Moon of the month occurred on January 31. So did the first Total Lunar Eclipse of 2018, as the Moon slid through planet Earth’s shadow. In a postcard from planet Earth, this telescopic snapshot captures the totally eclipsed Moon as it set above the western horizon and the Chiricahua Mountains of southern Arizona. The Moon’s evocative reddened hue is due to sunlight scattered into the shadow. Still, the planet’s shadow visibly grows darker near the center, toward the top of the lunar disk.

Tomorrow’s picture: pixels in space