Archive | June 14, 2019


A man was telling his buddy :

“You won’t believe what happened last night. My daughter walked into the living room and said:  Dad, cancel my allowance immediately, forget my college tuition loan, rent my room out, throw all my clothes out the window, take my TV and my laptop. Please take any of my jewelry to the Salvation Army or Cash Converters.  Then sell my car, take my house key away, and throw me out. Then disown me and never talk to me again.  And don’t forget to write me out of your will and leave my share to any charity you choose.”

“Holy Smokes,” replied the friend, “she actually said that?”

“Well, she didn’t put it quite like that. What she actually said was:

“Dad, meet my new boyfriend, Mohammed.  We’re going to work together on Elizabeth Warren’s Presidential Campaign.”


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Trump should ask how about the Demolicepickingmonkeys ?


The Editor:  What is the Rico Act, LL ?

Indict These Guys Cat:   Here is one explanation.

Omar is still a work in progress.

Wells Fargo should be indicted under Rico.  They have committed more crimes in the last few years than Hillary and Obama combined.

Here is the last time they were honest.

Speaking of the past here is what some TV viewers watched in 1961, before smart phones or cable.

TE:  Have times changed much, ITGC ?

Not really.  The window dressing has changed, but not the basics.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

NGC 4676: The Mighty Mice
Image Credit & Copyright: Bruce Waddington

Explanation: These two mighty galaxies are pulling each other apart. Known as The Mice because they have such long tails, each large spiral galaxy has actually passed through the other. Their long tails are drawn out by strong gravitational tides rather than collisions of their individual stars. Because the distances are so large, the cosmic interaction takes place in slow motion — over hundreds of millions of years. They will probably collide again and again over the next billion years until they coalesce to form a single galaxy. NGC 4676 lies about 300 million light-years away toward the constellation of Bernice’s Hair (Coma Berenices) and are likely members of the Coma Cluster of Galaxies. Not often imaged in small telescopes, this wide field of view catches the faint tidal tails several hundred thousand light-years long.

Tomorrow’s picture: Stereo Saturday