Archive | February 12, 2018

Texas Vacation

A couple was relating their vacation experiences to a friend. 

“It sounds as if you had a great time in Texas,” the friend observed.  “But didn’t you tell me you were planning to visit Colorado?”

“Well,” the husband said, “we changed our plans because, uh…”

His wife cut in, “Oh, tell the truth, Dan!”

He fell silent and she continued, “You know, it’s just ridiculous.  Dan simply will not ask for directions.”


Who took my green paint?

My best guess……this artist is actually a really mad Republican seeking retribution from the obamas. I think she got even !!!

 I can just picture Our Beautiful Melania and our Meticulously Dressed Donald hanging beside these two Alley Oop Throwbacks. It is going to look like the “Before and After” pictures of Civilization.


Scroll down on the link below and read all the comments. They nailed it!!!

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OLYMPIC   NEWS…….NBC is so used to distorting the truth and facts about Trump, history, and Russia that their opinion leaked into their Olympic reporting.  They forgot that they weren’t in America, where their lies go unchallenged.   What a hoot.



The Editor:   Did you find some things about Pelosi, Waters, Hillgal, or Ruth Bader Ginsberg, LL ?

Egyptian Cat:  I found things even older than those rat-faced skanks.  The first is from the Mayan’s in Guatemala.  It’s a shame this HUMAN SACRIFICING culture vanished.

Here are more Egyptian discoveries.,400-year-old-tomb-discovered-outside-Cairo

A Spanish code was recently broken.

The Editor;  What did they decipher, EC ?  Is the secret code like the one the Sphinx uses ?

The message said ” kill more Englishmen “.  It is very similar to ours.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Blue Comet Meets Blue Stars
Credit & Copyright: Tom Masterson (Transient Astronomer)

Explanation: What’s that heading for the Pleiades star cluster? It appears to be Comet C/2016 R2 (PanSTARRS), but here, appearances are deceiving. On the right and far in the background, the famous Pleiades star cluster is dominated by blue light from massive young stars. On the left and visiting the inner Solar System is Comet PanSTARRS, a tumbling block of ice from the outer Solar System that currently sports a long ion tail dominated by blue light from an unusually high abundance of ionized carbon monoxide. Comet PanSTARRS is actually moving toward the top of the image, and its ion tail points away from the Sun but is affected by a complex solar wind of particles streaming out from the Sun. Visible through a small telescope, the comet is fading as it recedes from the Earth, even though it reaches its closest point to the Sun in early May.

Tomorrow’s picture: orbiting car