We hope this is the next to last time that we report on Ms Griffin.
The Editor: Is your article about Joe Biden, LL ?
Punjab Cat: It sure is, he has almost disappeared. We think this was him in India.
TE: One of the announcers seems a little inexperienced in English, PC.
Don’t Touch Those Wires Cat: We run into those problems in the subcontinent and Asia. Sometime when I talk to our reporter from Bombay I think I have called with a question about customer service for my computer. If that was Joe climbing out of the airplane window I can understand. I hope Joe was also informed about not touching any wires.
The wires in India can be as confusing as a Democratic Ethics Investigation by Nancy Pigleosi.
Joe might be in training for the Milwaukee Convention. After more thought, the wires look like phone taps by the FBI and CIA on the White House.
Explanation: A drop of water seems to hold an entire galaxy in this creative macro-astrophotograph. In the imaginative work of cosmic nature photography a close-up lens was used to image a previously made picture of a galaxy, viewed through a water drop suspended from a stem. A favorite of many telescope-wielding astroimagers, the galaxy is the Andromeda Galaxy, also known as M31. About 100,000 light-years across that majestic galaxy’s spiral arms and dust lanes are curved and distorted in the image contained in the centimeter-sized droplet. Andromeda is some 2.5 million light-years distant, but this project was still carried out while spending time indoors.
Tomorrow’s picture: a light-weekend