Archive | May 2018

THE SPHINX—YOU BUYS YOUR TICKET

The  Editor:   What does that mean, LL, a lottery ticket ?

Cat Philosophy:   No, it’s a cat’s outlook on life.  You buys your ticket and takes your chances.  Here are some different tickets bought on property.  One group tried to drag a shed, one lived near a volcano, and one bought a home on wheels.

https://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2018/05/23/Maine-police-bust-men-dragging-stolen-shed-down-road/8421527092644/?utm_source=sec&utm_campaign=sl&utm_medium=8

http://www.staradvertiser.com/2018/05/22/breaking-news/leilani-estates-family-heartbroken-as-huge-crack-swallows-up-their-home/

http://www.latimes.com/home/la-hm-living-vehicle-20180526-story.html

The home on wheels can take you away from high taxes, drought, and  trashy/selfish  neighbors.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/05/22/illinoisans-fleeing-state-taxes-financial-loss/

https://www.kob.com/news/drought-on-tap-to-intensify-over-us-southwest/4918667/?cat=642

http://news.trust.org/item/20180523110256-pgzaz

Here is a leech who let the taxpayers pay his $500,000 sex abuse agreement.   I love the Democratic loud mouths.

http://www.breitbart.com/california/2018/05/27/mayor-who-honored-stormy-daniels-settled-500000-sexual-harassment-claim-in-2016/

Astronomy Picture of the Day

NGC 6744 Close Up
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, and the LEGUS team

Explanation: Beautiful spiral galaxy NGC 6744 is nearly 175,000 light-years across, larger than our own Milky Way. It lies some 30 million light-years distant in the southern constellation Pavo, its galactic disk tilted towards our line of sight. This Hubble close-up of the nearby island universe spans about 24,000 light-years across NGC 6744’s central region in a detailed portrait that combines visible light and ultraviolet image data. The giant galaxy’s yellowish core is dominated by the visible light from old, cool stars. Beyond the core are pinkish star forming regions and young star clusters scattered along the inner spiral arms. The young star clusters are bright at ultraviolet wavelengths, shown in blue and magenta hues.

Tomorrow’s picture: MultiMars

Batter Up!

Image result for baseball in Heaven pic

Tom was at the hospital visiting with his best friend Larry who was dying.
Tom asked, “If there is baseball in heaven will you come back and tell me?” Larry nodded yes just as he passed away.
That night while Tom was sleeping, he heard Larry’s voice in a dream, “Tom…”
“Larry! What is it?!” asked Tom.
“I have good news and bad news from heaven.”
“What’s the good news?”

“There is baseball in heaven after all… but the bad news is…. you’re pitching on Tuesday.”

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