Archive | September 11, 2019

THE SPHINX—-ASK THE CAT

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https://www.911memorial.org/

https://thefederalist.com/2019/09/09/dont-believe-tired-myths-ending-18-year-war-afghanistan/

https://apnews.com/788d664afbfd4565805dc1c0de8d4ffb

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The Editor:  Is this a new idea, LL ?

The Cat:  It’s similar to our questions articles, but more specific.  Sometimes we use non-partisan judges to solve difficult questions.

I am a justice-involved associate in San Fransisco,  how should I ask for clothes worn under outer garments–underwear  or underwears ?

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/san-francisco-board-adopts-new-language-for-criminals-turning-convicted-felon-into-justice-involved-person

Cat:  Here is your answer.  Our judge also gives a tip on your new old style Florida Gator Jumpsuit.  One every five ( 5 ) months.

https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/look-florida-gators-wear-all-orange-uniforms-for-first-time-since-1989/

Evidently underwear/s has a different meaning than the singular/plural of items like deer, aircraft, or furniture.

The Editor:  For our more discriminating readers where appearance is also important underwear is both singular and plural—there is no  ” s “.

Here is an underwear blunder.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/underwear-blunder-stalls-trial-chinese-woman-accused-trespassing-mar-lago-n1051506

We are just regular taxpaying citizens, have the Obama skanks ever been anything other than deceitful, amoral, lying, greedy, money grubbing, unscrupulous,  Christian hating, American hating, fake carrot growing morons ?

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2019/09/06/obama-trademark-n2552698

The Cat:  No, you left out buddies with Louis Farrakhan, Al Sharpton, and Jeremiah Wright.  Birds of a feather do flock together.

I’m glad those creeps are out of the White House.

Today’s Accidental Invention…The Implantable Pacemaker

An adjunct professor of engineering at the University of Buffalo, Wilson Greatbatch accidentally invented the pacemaker in 1956. When working on building equipment intended to record heart sounds, the scientist used the wrong transistor and discovered that instead of recording sounds, his device gave off an electrical pulse, mimicking that of the heart. Greatbatch presented his invention to William Chardack, a surgeon at Buffalo’s Veterans Administration Hospital, in 1958, and together the two were able to successfully control a dog’s heartbeat and, in 1960, a human’s.

heart pacemaker