Archive | March 25, 2020




The Editor:  That covers a lot of our problems, LL.  What is the main point ?

Kitty Little Cat:  The main point is don’t believe anything you hear on the MSM or National Public Radio ( NPR ) without checking other sources.

This is a little history of Chicken Little.

TE:  Can you give a brief moral of the story, for our busy loyal readers, KLC ?

Abraham Lincoln Cat:  I sure can.  The fox is our Democrats/Progressives, the MSM, and open border creeps, Cocky Locky is President Trump trying to save America.  The hens are us, the American people.

Here is Trump saving free enterprise from the demosfromHell.

Be hopeful, like Chip, Chip.

Trump wants Pigleosi and Schumersatan to try this.

TE:  Is there anyone to speak to the financial situation, ALC ?

Benjamin Franklin Cat:  There sure is.  Cardi B is the new face of the gangster Democratic Party.  She will get a tax break and her friends in prison will be released because of the Red Chinese Communist Death Coronavirus Wuhan Flu.  No orange jumpsuits needed, and they can use their own underwears.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Star Forming Region S106
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble Legacy Archive; Processing & Copyright: Utkarsh Mishra

Explanation: Massive star IRS 4 is beginning to spread its wings. Born only about 100,000 years ago, material streaming out from this newborn star has formed the nebula dubbed Sharpless 2-106 Nebula (S106), featured here. A large disk of dust and gas orbiting Infrared Source 4 (IRS 4), visible in brown near the image center, gives the nebula an hourglass or butterfly shape. S106 gas near IRS 4 acts as an emission nebula as it emits light after being ionized, while dust far from IRS 4 reflects light from the central star and so acts as a reflection nebula. Detailed inspection of a relevant infrared image of S106 reveal hundreds of low-mass brown dwarf stars lurking in the nebula’s gas. S106 spans about 2 light-years and lies about 2000 light-years away toward the constellation of the Swan (Cygnus).

Tomorrow’s picture: Andromeda Station