This is believable and will make you smile. In case you are having a rough day, here’s a stress management technique that has been recommended in all the latest psychological journals. The funny thing is that it really does work and will make you smile.
Picture yourself lying on your belly on a warm rock that hangs out
over a crystal clear stream.
Picture yourself with both your hands in the cool running water.
Birds are sweetly singing in the cool mountain air.
No one knows your secret place.
You are in total seclusion from that hectic place called the World.
The soothing sound of a gentle waterfall fills the air with a
cascade of serenity.
The water is so clear you can make out the face of the Democrat you
are holding underwater.
See, it worked.
You’re feeling better already.
The Editor: What did you uncover for today’s article, LL ?
Mystery Cat: The first link will answer a lot of baffling questions. Since 2016 this subject has spawned articles, books, and every imaginable attempt to destroy our President. Remember where you heard it first. I can’t figure out why they recovered it.
TE: What is it, I’m on the edge of my bar stool ?
Total Loss Cat: Here it is—-Hillary’s Lost 2016 campaign
TE: The recovery tape is 38 minutes long, if Hill-gal had spent that much time in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania she would have won.
This is a repeat of an old story. It is to remind our loyal readers that highway signs are to warn us of danger. This is Pigleosi, Schiff, and Schumer delivering Trump’s impeachment.
When things completely collapse go to these locations, the rich will be found there.
Will these rich people get a refund from the developer ?
Many people are speeding, now that traffic is light. Don’t be like Hill-gal’s Boss Mustang Campaign.
Explanation: Stars can’t turn these old wooden arms, but it does look like they might in this scene from a rotating planet. The well-composed night skyscape was recorded from Garafia, a municipality on the island of La Palma, Canary Islands, planet Earth. The center of the once working windmill, retired since 1953, is lined-up with the north celestial pole, the planet’s rotation axis projected on to the northern sky. From a camera fixed to a tripod, the star trails are a reflection of the planet’s rotation traced in a digital composite of 39 sequential exposures each 25 seconds long. Brought out by highlighting the final exposure in the sequence, the stars themselves appear at the ends of their short concentric arcs. A faint band of winter’s Milky Way and even a diffuse glow from our neighboring Andromeda Galaxy also shine in the night.
Tomorrow’s picture: light-weekend