RBG is inching closer to The Finish line. Don’t forget to enjoy the 6013 (at this moment) comments at the end of this post. The hilarious bloggers have replaced the stand up comedians that no longer exist in our world.
The Editor: Is this about the Nazi Democrat Socialist Party in the make believe hearings, LL ?
Peru Cat: Not Nazi, it’s about the Nazca Lines in Peru. Here are some interesting things. Some of the lines can only be seen from airplanes, and some are miles across.
Here is an interesting comparison about dogs, one is a repeat. The Malinois breed is the same dog that helped track down and kill the terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Here is Trump after the failed overthrow attempt.
Andrew doesn’t have Slick Willy’s MSM support.
Explanation: Is this image art? 50 years ago, Apollo 12 astronaut-photographer Charles “Pete” Conrad recorded this masterpiece while documenting colleague Alan Bean‘s lunar soil collection activities on Oceanus Procellarum. The featured image is dramatic and stark. The harsh environment of the Moon‘s Ocean of Storms is echoed in Bean’s helmet, a perfectly composed reflection of Conrad and the lunar horizon. Works of photojournalists originally intent on recording the human condition on planet Earth, such as Lewis W. Hine‘s images from New York City in the early 20th century, or Margaret Bourke-White‘s magazine photography are widely regarded as art. Similarly many documentary astronomy and space images might also be appreciated for their artistic and esthetic appeal.
Tomorrow’s picture: a bat glow