Archive | March 18, 2020




The Editor:  Are you ready for some tough questions, LL ?

Jeopardy Cat:  I am.

Are you going to continue harassing Biden about his mental issues ?

Sure, if he has mental issues now is the time to point them out.  If by a miracle he did win, unelected slime creatures would be in charge.  His Cabinet would make decisions for him.

Why do the Democrats want to cancel the debates when only a portion of the delegates have been selected ?

They don’t want Biden to be on stage longer than a few minutes.  He has trouble remembering things.  Biden needs over one-thousand  ( 1,000 ) more delegates to get the nomination.

What is going on with the Latinx name ? 

The Progressives/Democrats want to rename the Latinos/Hispanics.  It sounds like Spandex or some drug to me.

What were the Demodungbeetles doing when COVID-19 first appeared ?

They spent months  lying, cheating, and breaking the law to impeach Trump when they could have been working on the virus.  Remember, Pigleosi held up the process for over a month.

Why do we get so many vital products from Communist China ?

The Sphinx has reported on this for years.  Congress sold us out for money and all expenses paid fact-finding trips to Paris.

There is no question that this duo had the time of their lives.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Anticrepuscular Rays over Florida
Image Credit & Copyright: Bryan Goff

Explanation: What’s happening behind those clouds? Although the scene may appear somehow supernatural, nothing more unusual is occurring than a Sun setting on the other side of the sky. Pictured here are anticrepuscular rays. To understand them, start by picturing common crepuscular rays that are seen any time that sunlight pours though scattered clouds. Now although sunlight indeed travels along straight lines, the projections of these lines onto the spherical sky are great circles. Therefore, the crepuscular rays from a setting (or rising) sun will appear to re-converge on the other side of the sky. At the anti-solar point 180 degrees around from the Sun, they are referred to as anticrepuscular rays. Featured here is a particularly striking display of anticrepuscular rays photographed in 2016 over Dry Tortugas National Park in Florida, USA.

Tomorrow’s picture: open space