“Antique sewing table refinished by my wife, $30. [If she’s home, $100.]”
I hope you enjoyed this Daffy Day…
My husband was at a bar the other night and overheard three very hefty women talking.
Their accent appeared to be Scottish, so he approached and asked, “Hello, are you three lassies from Scotland?”
One of them angrily screeched, “It’s Wales, Wales you bloody idiot!”
So he apologized and replied, “I am so sorry. Are you three whales from Scotland?”
He gets out of the hospital tomorrow.
This is for New Hampshire, but it doesn’t make any difference.
Wanna be like Mike !
The Editor: Are you giving Californication a break, LL ?
Start Spreading The News Cat: Yep, I have neglected the Big Apple too long.
Rumor has it that Stacy is going to retire as the Governor of Georgia and be someone’s Vice President. Here is more breaking news. The spider looks just like Whoopie’s hair.
TE: That was scary. I don’t know which video scared me the most. What else is going on SSTNC ?
These are some interesting happenings in New York, New York.
I guess people get use to anything. I like this one, will the owners have to tear down over twenty ( 20 ) stories of a new building ? It won’t happen.
Explanation: The silhouette of an intriguing dark nebula inhabits this cosmic scene. Lynds’ Dark Nebula (LDN) 1622 appears against a faint background of glowing hydrogen gas only visible in long telescopic exposures of the region. In contrast, the brighter reflection nebula vdB 62 is more easily seen, just above and right of center. LDN 1622 lies near the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy, close on the sky to Barnard’s Loop, a large cloud surrounding the rich complex of emission nebulae found in the Belt and Sword of Orion. With swept-back outlines, the obscuring dust of LDN 1622 is thought to lie at a similar distance, perhaps 1,500 light-years away. At that distance, this 1 degree wide field of view would span about 30 light-years. Young stars do lie hidden within the dark expanse and have been revealed in Spitzer Space telescope infrared images. Still, the foreboding visual appearance of LDN 1622 inspires its popular name, the Boogeyman Nebula.
Tomorrow’s picture: Central Centaurus A