The Editor: Is there important fashion news, LL ?
Dior Cat: There is if you have more money than needed, here are some items for Valentine’s Day.
The LGBTQ community, Democrats, and the MSM are still trying to destroy your children.
Who knew ? Stay away from onesies.
The Kardashians are hurting mascara sales.
I hope they leave cat whiskers alone.
Every one has a statement to make.
Barbie hasn’t seen a minority that she didn’t like.
Here are some old things.
Hamburger and other news.
The Australian bushfires devastated the country and its ecosystem, leaving around half-a-billion animals dead. Meanwhile, around 14 million acres (21,875 square miles) of land is scorched, and hundreds of thousands of Australians have been displaced. It’s a disaster of end-of-the-world proportions.
WGN 48-52-01 – Hundred or Fish Creek CB – West Virginia- built in 2001 in Wetzel Co. spanning Fish Creek on Rush Run Rd., 1 span, 36 ft, long,, Kingpost trusses
Lone Pine Construction, Inc. of Bentleyville, PA completed renovation of the bridge in 2001 for $218,409.
Explanation: Interstellar clouds of hydrogen gas and dust abound in this gorgeous skyscape. The 3 degree wide field of view stretches through the faint but fanciful constellation Monoceros, the Unicorn. A star forming region cataloged as NGC 2264 is centered, a complex jumble of cosmic gas, dust and stars about 2,700 light-years distant. It mixes reddish emission nebulae excited by energetic light from newborn stars with dark dust clouds. Where the otherwise obscuring dust clouds lie close to hot, young stars they also reflect starlight, forming blue reflection nebulae. A few light-years across, a simple sculpted shape known as the Cone Nebula is near center. Outlined by the red glow of hydrogen gas, the cone points toward the left and bright, blue-white S Monocerotis. Itself a multiple system of massive, hot stars S Mon is adjacent to bluish reflection nebulae and the convoluted Fox Fur nebula. Expansive dark markings on the sky are silhouetted by a larger region of fainter emission with yellowish open star cluster Trumpler 5 near the top of the frame. The curious compact cometary shape right of center is known as Hubble’s Variable Nebula.
Tomorrow’s picture: closer to home