Archive | June 17, 2019




The Editor:  Did you get your medical license, LL ?

MD Cat:   I sure did.  Don’t assume that my diagnosis is correct, but the Demosociopaths that show up on the opinion shows every hour on the hour have lost touch with reality.  Here is their medical problem.

Uncle Joe is as delusional as  ” I want your money Bernie “.

Bernie the Communist is definitely one of the most delusional.  I could retire rich, after treating the Demoamoralscums.  Sure—- people want to pay more taxes.…0.0..0.624.2129.0j9j1j5-1……0….1..gws-wiz…..0..35i39j0i131i67j0i67j0i131.BYjtuL7UzEQ

Julian has both cloven hooves planted in his own special reality.

Is this based in reality ?  The parents are crazy to put up with this insane state of affairs.

They are as crazy as Betsy Bugs.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Milky Way over Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent
Image Credit & Copyright: Robert Fedez

Explanation: To see the feathered serpent descend the Mayan pyramid requires exquisite timing. You must visit El Castillo — in Mexico‘s Yucatán Peninsula — near an equinox. Then, during the late afternoon if the sky is clear, the pyramid‘s own shadows create triangles that merge into the famous illusion of the slithering viper. Also known as the Temple of Kukulkan, the impressive step-pyramid stands 30 meters tall and 55 meters wide at the base. Built up as a series of square terraces by the pre-Columbian civilization between the 9th and 12th century, the structure can be used as a calendar and is noted for astronomical alignments. To see the central band of our Milky Way Galaxy descend overhead the Mayan pyramid, however, requires less exquisite timing. Even the ancient Mayans might have been impressed, though, to know that the exact positions of the Milky Way, Saturn (left) and Jupiter (right) in the featured image give it a time stamp more specific than equinox — in fact 2019 April 7 at 5 am.

Tomorrow’s picture: black hole magnetism