Archive | December 21, 2019



Fancy Nancy Pigloesi wants to run the Senate.


The Editor:  Is this the end of the world or what, LL ?

Revelations Cat:  I don’t know, but the magnetic pole is moving.  The dems say Trump gave it to Putin.

A new deep spot on land is discovered.

The Department of Justice is trying to end the Jeffrey Epstein murder.  It is taking a bad turn.  The missing Epstein videos are with Obama’s college records.

The end is very near for Boeing, bankruptcy is around the corner.

Don’t believe this article, The Sphinx reported on 12-13-19 that Santa is at Gwyen’s house inspecting toys.

The Supremes rule on the homeless.

Here is a free business, you can get away from the aggravation.

Good Stuff

The best revenge is massive success. –Frank Sinatra

People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing. That’s why we recommend it daily. –Zig Ziglar

Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage. –Anais Nin

If you hear a voice within you say “you cannot paint,” then by all means paint and that voice will be silenced. –Vincent Van Gogh

There is only one way to avoid criticism: do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing. –Aristotle

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Solstice to Solstice Solargraph Timelapse
Image Credit & Copyright: Sam Cornwell

Explanation: The 2019 December Solstice, on the first day of winter in planet Earth’s northern hemisphere and summer in the south, is at 4:19 Universal Time December 22. That’s December 21 for North America, though. Celebrate with a timelapse animation of the Sun’s seasonal progression through the sky. It was made with solargraph images from an ingenious array of 27 pinhole cameras. The first frame from the Solarcan camera matrix was recorded near December 21, 2018. The last frame in the series finished near June 21, 2019, the northern summer solstice. All 27 camera exposures were started at the same time, with a camera covered and removed from the array once a week. Viewed consecutively the pinhole camera pictures accumulate the traces of the Sun’s daily path from winter (bottom) to summer (top) solstice. Traces of the Sun’s path are reflected by the foreground Williestruther Loch, in the Scottish Borders. Just select the image or follow this link to play the entire 27 frame (gif) timelapse.

Tomorrow’s picture: a year of sky