We hope Obama’s new house on Martha’s Vineyard is spared storm damage.


The Editor:  Do you believe in MAGIC,  LL ?

Jin Cat:   Magic is mostly a lost ability that man had before being kicked out of Eden.  Occasionally a person is born with Magical powers.

One magical power is the ability to disappear.  Our older loyal viewers will remember the old TV show Bonanza.  As soon as any of the Cartwrights got serious about a woman she disappeared.  100 % of the time.  The same magic continues with the Epstein mysterious death.  The first important next witness has disappeared.

It’s not Epstein that they are worried about, but anyone who can verify the accusations against Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew to name two ( 2 ).  The hidden movers and shakers.

Ghislaine Maxwell was last seen on 8-15-2019.  She will probably be like a Cartwright fiance.  She has her own Little Black Book.

If I was the pilot of the Lolita Express ( the party plane ) I would find an undisclosed location.  Bill Clinton flew on it twenty-six ( 26 ) times.

Like magic, eleven ( 11 ) losers have disappeared from the televised Demosmellyslimystinkyrepulsive debates.    That leaves a bunch more to give us some free stuff.

This is real magic.  Two people with no appreciable skills earn multi millions for favors done and decisions made favoring various businesses while in office.  Barry’s skills were community organizing and Michelle’s were growing carrots which were tended by her servants.   This is the job that Barry is qualified for.

Magic Mushrooms are being studied.  The 1960’s are beginning to look peaceful.

Horton’s Mill Covered Bridge

WGN 01-05-07 – Horton’s Mill CB – Built in 1934 – Spans Calvert Prong Little Warrior River in Horton’s Mill, east of Cleveland, Blount County – 214 feet long , three spans – Town Lattice trusses

Two covered spans, 99′ and 100′. One uncovered 15′ 4″ span. The 1936 Alabama DOT covered bridge inventory lists the length as 214′ 4″. The original Horton Mill Covered Bridge was built in 1894 at the foot of Sand Mountain, about ¾ mile downstream from the current bridge. It was named for a local business owned by Thurman M. Horton, who helped construct the first bridge. This bridge provided residents of Sand Mountain with better access to nearby Oneonta as well as to Horton’s mill and general store which were located along the east side of the Calvert Prong. Construction of the current Horton Mill Covered Bridge began in 1934 over a deep gorge cut by the river, led by Talmedge Horton, a descendent of Thurman Horton. It took a 15-man crew 1½ years to complete the project. This crew included Zelmer C. Tidwell and his uncle, Forrest Tidwell, who helped in building three other prominent covered bridges in Blount County (Easley, Nectar, Swann). The bridge was fully restored in 1974 by the Alabama Historical Commission and the Blount County Commission. The Horton Mill Covered Bridge was reported closed to motor vehicle traffic on September 27, 2007 due to unsafe conditions. It was reopened on March 11, 2013. The bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 29, 1970, the first covered bridge in the southeastern United States to be added. At 70 feet, it is the highest covered bridge above any U.S. waterway.