Archive | April 25, 2020

A Riddle For You….

Question Mark and the words 'Riddle Me This' - Drawception

I love riddles. Do you like riddles? Here we go.

How many fools voted in Georgia’s 4th District in 2018?  What is your answer?

The answer is 227,717. (78.8% of the voters in 2018.)

This is how many active voters re-elected Hank Johnson in 2018. He was first elected in 2006 and has been  re-elected 6 times.

“Lawdy, Miss Clawdy and Katy, bar the door!”

-Sheila Tolley-





Here is how secure Pigleosi’s mail-in ballots are.


The Editor:  What is this about, LL ?

Smithsonian Cat:  It’s an experiment in foretelling the future, like prophesies in the Bible.

Cuomo shows his real side.

The MSM and Democrats are already trying to keep America closed another year, or that failing closing again in August ( the regular flu season ).

Remember when the calls for mandatory vaccine start, Congress has given the vaccine manufactures immunity from liability.  You can’t sue them for autism, death, disability, or anything else unless you prove that the vaccine was deliberately made to do harm.  Good luck with that.

TE:  What can we do, SC ?

Space Cat:  You can take life like a man/woman.  People have been surviving pandemics since day one.  The people with other health issues should stay home, the rest of America needs to get busy.  You can forget another closing.  The Texas Lt. Governor has some old Texas spirit, like the Texas Ranger and the riot.

This judge needs to try politicians who work in Washington, D.C.

We play the scene from the movie “Giant” a couple of times a year.  It features Rock Hudson, Liz Taylor, and James Dean.

Good Stuff


  Life is about making an impact, not making an income. –Kevin Kruse

 Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve. –Napoleon Hill

 Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value. –Albert Einstein

 Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.  –Robert Frost

 I attribute my success to this: I never gave or took any excuse. –Florence Nightingale



Sunshine Club
Written By: Bill Bowser

As a nudist who likes to spend a lot of time in the sunshine, usually acquiring a dark tan, I am keenly interested in learning about the benefits and risks of doing so. For many years the medical community has been advising everyone to do everything possible to avoid exposure to the broad spectrum of rays emanating from our nearest star. Sunlight, we were told, is extremely dangerous. I wondered how, after humans have lived for thousands of centuries with daily exposure to sunlight, all of a sudden it’s so hazardous to your health and must be avoided. Of course there are some people who are more susceptible to some skin cancers which seem to be triggered by sunlight, but there doesn’t seem to be any evidence that they are a majority of the population, but most people followed this advice. The medical community was then very surprised, and unable to explain why this didn’t reduce skin cancer rates, as a matter of fact skin cancer rates have been rising significantly for 60 years or more.

About 15 years ago the medical community’s attention was attracted to some studies which had found the people with higher levels of vitamin D in their bodies had generally better health, and resistance to some cancers, than those with lower levels of vitamin D. Subsequent studies found that raising people’s vitamin D intake didn’t provide the health benefits that had been found in the earlier studies.

So, since an increased level of vitamin D in one’s system doesn’t directly improve people’s general health it is logical to conclude that something else is responsible for the benefits noted in the earlier studies. The primary source of vitamin D for humans has always been sunlight on the skin. Very little can be obtained from one’s diet. So this means that those people referenced in the early studies with higher levels of vitamin D must have spent more time being exposed to the sun. It is also logical to conclude that the health benefits found were most likely the result of exposure to sunlight. Sending children outside to play was actually providing significant benefits to them.

I think it is also logical to conclude that since the reduced exposure to sunlight has not reduced skin cancer rates, the issue is somewhat more complicated. It seems pretty clear that there are some benefits to people from sunlight exposure and the medical community ought to be conducting some studies to determine the facts. I think that very young children need to have significant exposure to the sun in order for their bodies to learn to absorb and benefit from sunlight, but what do I know?

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