Archive | June 10, 2018



Justify wins.


The  Editor:    Are these corrections for mistakes, LL ?

I’m Sorry Cat:   Our site was colluded.  Our first apology is to the Chinese for reporting that they had something to do with the  death  of the last living Munchkin from the Wizard of Oz.

What we meant to report was that the yellow devils want Steve Mnuchin to become a Chinese Citizen.

Some other articles hacked included more Chinese origins, and one from NYC.  Ole diversity keeps on giving.

One last misprint was concerning an emoji.….0…1c.1.64.psy-ab..5.1.328….0.Fuc7cDcXZRQ

What I meant to say was that Google replaced the egg in their Emoji salad to spread diversity.  Somehow  POO showed up in the original article.  That was meant to refer to Obama, and Hill-gal.

Please accept our apologies, for using Hillgal’s server.


Image result for cartoon pic of blue cross ins cartoon

Sex and the Elderly…   The ninety three year old woman finished her annual physical examination. The Doctor said “You are in fine shape for your age, Mrs. Green, but tell me, do you still have intercourse?”

“Just a minute, I’ll have to ask my husband”, she said.

She stepped out into the crowded reception room and yelled out loud: “Bob, do we still have intercourse?” There was a complete hush – you could have heard a pin drop.
Bob answered  impatiently, “If I told you once, Irma, I’ve told you a hundred times. What we have is…

Blue Cross!”.




Astronomy Picture of the Day

The Cat’s Eye Nebula from Hubble
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, HEIC, and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)

Explanation: To some, it may look like a cat’s eye. The alluring Cat’s Eye nebula, however, lies three thousand light-years from Earth across interstellar space. A classic planetary nebula, the Cat’s Eye (NGC 6543) represents a final, brief yet glorious phase in the life of a sun-like star. This nebula‘s dying central star may have produced the simple, outer pattern of dusty concentric shells by shrugging off outer layers in a series of regular convulsions. But the formation of the beautiful, more complex inner structures is not well understood. Seen so clearly in this digitally sharpened Hubble Space Telescope image, the truly cosmic eye is over half a light-year across. Of course, gazing into this Cat’s Eye, astronomers may well be seeing the fate of our sun, destined to enter its own planetary nebula phase of evolution … in about 5 billion years.

Tomorrow’s picture: a long time ago