I LOVE THE FIRST ONE. IT SHOULD BE WORN ON A T-SHIRT WITH A MAGA HAT!
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.
WGN 48-18-04 – Staats Mill CB – West Virginia- built in 1888 by Henry Hartley in Jackson Co. spanning a pond in Cedar Lakes Conf. Cntr. 1 span, 97 ft. long, Brown trusses
Closed to vehicular traffic. Myrtle Auvil’s “Covered Bridges of West Virginia” listed the construction date as 1882. According to the West Virginia Department of Transportation, the bridge originally crossing Tug Fork of Big Mill Creek in Jackson County, was built in 1888 by Henry Hartley at a cost of $1,788.35. As part of a 1982 flood control project, the Statts Mill Covered Bridge was relocated to the Cedar Lakes FFA-FHA Conference Center near the Fairplain Interchange off I-77, three miles from its original site, in 1983. Reconstructed across one of the conference center’s ponds at a cost of $104,000, it now serves campers and other pedestrians at the center. Coordinates of the original location are approximate.