Archive | February 20, 2019

THE SPHINX—–HERE

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Here is one of the last journalist in America.

https://www.breitbart.com/the-media/2019/02/18/cbss-lara-logan-on-media-bias-unless-you-seek-out-breitbart-you-wont-see-the-other-side/

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The  Editor:   What is here about,  LL ?

Can You Hear Me Cat:  Here is why you should not trust the federal government.  This is a bill introduced by a Socialist creep to take over state regulations of elections.  The second link is the bill introduced.  This is why laws are over a thousand ( 1,000 ) pages long and are not read by the Representative or Senator.  It is also why they may have over forty ( 40 ) staff employees.

https://townhall.com/capitol-voices/congressmanmarkgreen/2019/02/13/hr-1-is-nothing-but-a-power-grab-designed-to-elect-democrats-n2541459

https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/1/text

These guys should be in Iraq questioning ISIS prisoners.

https://nypost.com/2019/02/14/9-lsu-frat-bros-arrested-on-hazing-related-charges/

Here is a proud California man who pays for sexual assaults with taxpayer money.

https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2019/02/17/metoo-west-hollywood-mayor-who-honored-stormy-daniels-faces-calls-to-resign-over-sexual-harassment-claims/

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Doomed Star Eta Carinae
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble; Processing & License: Judy Schmidt

Explanation: Eta Carinae may be about to explode. But no one knows when – it may be next year, it may be one million years from now. Eta Carinae‘s mass – about 100 times greater than our Sun – makes it an excellent candidate for a full blown supernova. Historical records do show that about 170 years ago Eta Carinae underwent an unusual outburst that made it one of the brightest stars in the southern sky. Eta Carinae, in the Keyhole Nebula, is the only star currently thought to emit natural LASER light. This featured image brings out details in the unusual nebula that surrounds this rogue star. Diffraction spikes, caused by the telescope, are visible as bright multi-colored streaks emanating from Eta Carinae’s center. Two distinct lobes of the Homunculus Nebula encompass the hot central region, while some strange radial streaks are visible in red extending toward the image right. The lobes are filled with lanes of gas and dust which absorb the blue and ultraviolet light emitted near the center. The streaks, however, remain unexplained.

Tomorrow’s picture: open space

Texas…..

hat

An elderly couple, Rose and Jim, moved to Hamilton, Texas.  Jim had always wanted a pair of authentic cowboy boots, and when he saw that a store was having a big sale on them, he bought a pair and wore them home.

Walking proudly, he sauntered into the kitchen and asked his wife, “Notice anything different about me?”

Rose gave him a quick once over and replied, “Nope.”

Frustrated, Jim stormed off into the bathroom, undressed and walked back into the kitchen, this time completely naked except for his new pair of boots.  A little louder this time  he asked,  “Notice anything different NOW?”

Rose looked up and replied, “Jim, what’s different?  It’s hanging down today, it was hanging down yesterday, and it’ll be hanging down tomorrow!!”

Furious now, he yelled, “AND DO YOU KNOW WHY IT’S HANGING DOWN, ROSE?”

“No,” she replied.  “But I’m sure you’re going to tell me…” 

“It’s hanging down, because it’s looking at my new boots!!”

With no change of expression whatsoever, Rose replied,

“SHOULDA BOUGHT A HAT.”

 

Rookie Landing

As the passengers settled in on a West Coast commuter flight a flight attendant announced, “We’d like you folks to help us welcome our new co-pilot.  He’ll be performing his first commercial landing for us today, so be sure to give him a big round of applause when we come to a stop.”

The plane made an extremely bumpy landing, bouncing hard two or three times before taxiing to a stop.  Still, the passengers applauded.

Then the attendant’s voice came over the intercom, “Thanks for flying with us.  And don’t forget to let our co-pilot know which landing you liked best.”

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