Archive | April 16, 2020



Trump surprises the Democratic White House Press Corps.

You don’t have to repay or pay taxes on your Red Chinese Communist Wuhan Virus Stimulus Check.


The Editor:  What does the Chinese government remind you of, LL ?

Asian Cat:  They remind me of our MSM.  They lie, we know they are lying, they know we know that they are lying.  It is just like CNN, Washington Post, and The New York Times to name a few.  It must be the money they give to our colleges.  Here are a few examples.

Facebook and Twitter need to be broken up.

The Church of England thinks they might have civil unrest.  THEY ARE MOVING THE CHURCH VALUABLES BEHIND STRONGER WALLS.

Is RBG live or on Memorex.

Storms are on the horizon.

Good Stuff

 There are no traffic jams along the extra mile. –Roger Staubach

 It is never too late to be what you might have been. –George Eliot

 You become what you believe. –Oprah Winfrey

 I would rather die of passion than of boredom. –Vincent van Gogh

 A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty. –Unknown


Astronomy Picture of the Day

Comet ATLAS Breaks Up
Image Credit & Copyright: Milen Minev (Bulgarian Inst. of Astronomy and NAO Rozhen), Velimir Popov, Emil Ivanov (Irida Observatory)

Explanation: Cruising through the inner solar system, Comet ATLAS C2019/Y4 has apparently fragmented. Multiple separate condensations within its diffuse coma are visible in this telescopic close-up from April 12, composed of frames tracking the comet’s motion against trailing background stars. Discovered at the end of December 2019, this comet ATLAS showed a remarkably rapid increase in brightness in late March. Northern hemisphere comet watchers held out hope that it would become a bright nake-eye comet as it came closer to Earth in late April and May. But fragmenting ATLAS is slowly fading in northern skies. The breakup of comets is not uncommon though. This comet ATLAS is in an orbit similar to the Great Comet of 1844 (C/1844 Y1) and both may be fragments of a single larger comet.

Tomorrow’s picture: The Starmill