Archive | May 2, 2018




The  Editor:   Are you giving advice today, LL ?

Make Your Life Better Cat:   You betcha.

Here is a question from the Republican Party,  how can we improve in the November elections ?

Freedom Cat:  Nominate qualified people, and have Trump explain how he needs them in each state to continue his successes.   No moore creeps like the Alabama candidate.   The Republicans should spend every cent they have on the midterm elections.   If they don’t do well in the November midterms 2020 won’t matter much. 

The Editor:   What does WAPO, NOKO, NPP, and PUAR stand for ?

Language Cat:   WAPO is the Washington Post.  It is a  Democratic Party mouth piece.  NOKO  is the new reference for North Korea.  NPP is the Nobel Peace Prize that Trump and the other leaders will share.  Maybe taking Obama’s back.  PUAR is short for Pis* Up A Rope, which is what patriots should tell the Progressives and other traitors.

The Editor:   Should I buy extra insurance for home appliances, automobile breakdowns, and single purchases for items at the big box stores ?

Save Your Money Cat:   No, they are all a waste of money.  The first response you will get if something breaks is ” it is normal wear and tear “.   Save ten ( 10 ) dollars a week for these future problems.    Don’t spend it on dope, sex, liquor, or political bribes.

TE:  After your article on ” Manliness ”  many loyal readers want to know what men should strive for, FC ?

This should be their goal.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Moon Halo over Stone Circle
Image Credit & Copyright: Alyn Wallace Photography

Explanation: Have you ever seen a halo around the Moon? This fairly common sight occurs when high thin clouds containing millions of tiny ice crystals cover much of the sky. Each ice crystal acts like a miniature lens. Because most of the crystals have a similar elongated hexagonal shape, light entering one crystal face and exiting through the opposing face refracts 22 degrees, which corresponds to the radius of the Moon Halo. A similar Sun Halo may be visible during the day. Exactly how ice-crystals form in clouds remains under investigation. In the featured image, the ice circle in the sky is mirrored by a stone circle on the ground. Taken just over a month ago in Pontypridd Common, Wales, UK, the central Rocking Stone survives from the last ice age, while the surrounding stones in the circles were placed much more recently — during the 1800s.

Tomorrow’s picture: open space