How would Kamala manage thousands of employees ?
The Editor: Before the new year gets too old could you tell our new readers about Cumberland, LL ?
Going Native Cat: I sure can, here is a brief video of OUR SANCTUARY.
TE: One of our loyal readers wants to know if you have title to the land ?
Peace Maker Cat: We sure do. Here is a brief video of how Amigo acquired the rights. Every country in the world was created by violence and power.
TE: Another loyal reader wants to know how you keep the corrupt American Government from taking the island back, PMC ?
Nuclear Cat: We fished a nuclear bomb out of the ocean, a few miles from Savannah, Georgia, USA. Amigo said they were abandoned all over the world if recovery was difficult. Almost like looking for Easter Eggs and Hill-hog saying ” get those fu***** retard children out of here “.
TE: That is amazing, can you give any hints on making an H-Bomb to some tin horn dictators who don’t have a lot of money ?
NC: I sure can, just follow these directions.
TE: We are almost out of pixels, NC, could you finish your Cumberland article later ?
I sure can, I will be working on Part 2. Here is our anthem.
Explanation: On January 6 the New Moon rose in silhouette with the Sun seen from northeastern Asia. Near maximum, the dramatic partial solar eclipse is captured in this telephoto view through hazy skies. In the foreground, the hill top Wanchun pavilion overlooking central Beijing’s popular Forbidden City hosts eclipse-watching early morning risers. This was the first of five, three solar and two lunar, eclipses for 2019. Next up is a total lunar eclipse during this month’s Full Perigee Moon. At night on January 21, that celestial shadow play will be visible from the hemisphere of planet Earth that includes the Americas, Europe, and western Africa.
Tomorrow’s picture: Milky Way Falls
To Be Continued……tomorrow morning! Don’t we miss this music, this life…..just relax, kick back! Just remember as Billy Joel said…..Yesterday was not always good and tomorrow is not as bad as it seems!