Archive | November 13, 2019

Letter to my Boss

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I have enjoyed working here these past several years. You have paid me very well and given me benefits beyond belief. I enjoy 3-4 months off per year. My pension plan will pay my salary till the day I die. After I die, as a death bonus, it will pay one years salary to my estate. It will then continue to pay my salary to my spouse, with increases until my spouse dies. I have an unbelievable  health plan that most people can only dream of having.

Despite this, I plan to take the next 12-18 months off to find a new position. During this time, I will show up for work when it is convenient for me. In addition, I fully expect to draw my full salary and all the other perks associated with my current job. Oh yes, if my search for this new job proves fruitless, I will be coming back with no loss in pay or status. Before you say anything, remember that you have no choice in this matter. I can, and I will do this.


Every Senator or Congressman running for President in 2020


Are we stupid or what?
Are you mad yet?
I am!





The Editor:  Are you doing an article on fashion, LL ?

Bruno Magli Cat:  No, but the Democrats need my help.  Michael Bloomberg has entered the race, he is as height challenged as half of the others.  The booster-boxes are in short supply, so we recommend these boots.  They are stylish yet functional, much like Rubio’s boots in the 2016 race.…0.0..0.121.2404.12j12……0….1..gws-wiz…….0i131j0j35i39j0i3.8oXyRXCyxEY&ved=0ahUKEwiJ-9-9j-LlAhVGXK0KHZcLCtoQ4dUDCAc

O.J. made Bruno footwear famous.

Here are some political sites.

Always wear gloves.

San Fransicko voters are beyond help.

The Hippies of the sixties seem like model citizens.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Mercury in Silhouette
Image Credit & Copyright: Martin Wise

Explanation: The small, dark, round spot in this solar close up is planet Mercury. In the high resolution telescopic image, a colorized stack of 61 sharp video frames, a turbulent array of photospheric convection cells tile the bright solar surface. Mercury’s more regular silhouette still stands out though. Of course, only inner planets Mercury and Venus can transit the Sun to appear in silhouette when viewed from planet Earth. For this November 11, 2019 transit of Mercury, the innermost planet’s silhouette was a mere 1/200th the solar diameter. So even under clear daytime skies it was difficult to see without the aid of a safe solar telescope. Following its transit in 2016, this was Mercury’s 4th of 14 transits across the solar disk in the 21st century. The next transit of Mercury will be on November 13, 2032.

Tomorrow’s picture: pixels in the Sun