Archive | August 24, 2019

Sex After Sixty


The frequency of sexual activity of senior males depends on where they were born, according to statistics that were just released from the United Nations Board of Health Teams.

Data revealed that American men between 60 and 80 years of age will, on average, have sex two to three times per week, whereas Japanese men, in exactly the same age group, will have sex only once or twice per year, if they are lucky.

This news came as a BIG shock to myself and my golf buddies, as none of us had any idea that we were Japanese.




Being a social justice warrior didn’t work for Gillette.  They should have focused their message on Democratic women.


The Editor:  Do you know why the media hates Trump, LL ?

New World Order Cat:  He stopped the give away of our country to the open border crowd.  After the Mueller crash and all the wasted work there wasn’t an easy way to get the results they wanted.  Here are Nadler & Schumer moving the impeachment box.

Maybe the ACT people need to use a GPS tracker, or a delivery service that uses one.

The Democrat American hating, Jew hating, and Caucasian hating flock has turned on Maher.

The liberal, sanctuary state is dying in its own filth.

Companies are buying robots.

Americans are buying dope.  The government can’t stop it.  Sell it legally, cheap, and inspected and get the tax money.  Put the cartels out of business.

The Harrisburg or Pigeon Covered Bridge

The Harrisburg or Pigeon Covered Bridge was built in 1875  and spans East Fork Little Pigeon River in Sevier County, Tennessee. It is 64 feet long and utilizes queenpost trusses.

In 1875, a flood washed away the mill dam and previous bridge at this location. The mill owner built a new mill and bridge. The mill went out of business in the 1920’s.



Astronomy Picture of the Day

Millions of Stars in Omega Centauri
Image Credit & Copyright: Michael Miller, Jimmy Walker

Explanation: Globular star cluster Omega Centauri, also known as NGC 5139, is some 15,000 light-years away. The cluster is packed with about 10 million stars much older than the Sun within a volume about 150 light-years in diameter. It’s the largest and brightest of 200 or so known globular clusters that roam the halo of our Milky Way galaxy. Though most star clusters consist of stars with the same age and composition, the enigmatic Omega Cen exhibits the presence of different stellar populations with a spread of ages and chemical abundances. In fact, Omega Cen may be the remnant core of a small galaxy merging with the Milky Way.

Tomorrow’s picture: Leaving Earth