The Editor:???? What is AREN’T about, LL ?
I’m Not Cat:?? It’s about what presidential candidates and public figures aren’t—– or is she/he.?? Here is an example.?? This guy isn’t gay enough to be President.
This woman isn’t BLACK enough to be President.?? Her mother is from India and her father is from Jamaica.?? There is also a question concerning her ability to stay upright for two ( 2 ) more years.
These public figures aren’t bankrupt enough.?? The Republicans are just as insolvent.
This gladiator ( Spartacus ) isn’t Italian enough.
TE:?? Don’t forget Beto,?? INC.
Oh, I almost forgot Robert Patrick O’Rourke,?? (?? Beto ) to his Hispanic friends.?? He isn’t Hispanic enough.
Explanation: What’s that passing in front of the Sun? It looks like a moon, but it can’t be Earth’s Moon, because it isn’t round. It’s the Martian moon Phobos. The featured video was taken from the surface of Mars late last month by the Curiosity rover. Phobos, at 11.5 kilometers across, is 150 times smaller than Luna (our moon) in diameter, but also 50 times closer to its parent planet. In fact, Phobos is so close to Mars that it is expected to break up and crash into Mars within the next 50 million years. In the near term, the low orbit of Phobos results in more rapid solar eclipses than seen from Earth. The featured video has been sped up — the actual transit took about 35 seconds. A similar video was taken of Mars’ smaller and most distant moon Diemos transiting the Sun. The videographer — the robotic rover Curiosity — continues to explore Gale crater, most recently an area with stunning vistas and unusual rocks dubbed Glen Torridon.
Tomorrow’s picture: open space