Archive | April 29, 2020




The Editor:  I thought you were finished with China, LL ?

Almost Finished Cat:  I have this article and one more before the election.  Our government has sold us out to the Chinese.  The major MSM all support China because they can make a bunch of money there.  They hate anybody who supports America.

Our media supports China in the virus scam.  They also support North Korea, Iran, and terrorist over American citizens.

Cruz is doing his best, and the dems sux.

America is a Corporatocracy,  run by large corporations.  This is why Trump can’t drain the swamp.  Check out their divisions and areas of influence.  This is just one ( 1 ) company that Congress keeps letting buy other companies (monopoly).

These jokers give so much money to China that it appears to be falling from the sky.

Comcast is just as controlling, they own NBC and MSNBC among other communication & information companies.

Disney officers aren’t under house-arrest making masks.

This will be a luxury job under the dems.

The world is getting smaller.

Good Stuff

Money is not the most important thing in the world. Love is. Fortunately, I love money.

I’m not a has-been. I’m a will-be.

Sometimes I get the feeling the whole world is against me, but deep down I know that’s not true. Some of the smaller countries are neutral.

It’s been said that hypocrites are people who complain about all the sex, offensive language, and violence…..on their VCR’s.

God grant me patience….and I want it right now.


Astronomy Picture of the Day

The Ion Tail of New Comet SWAN
Image Credit & Copyright: Gerald Rhemann

Explanation: Newly discovered Comet SWAN has already developed an impressive tail. The comet came in from the outer Solar System and has just passed inside the orbit of the Earth. Officially designated C/2020 F8 (SWAN), this outgassing interplanetary iceberg will pass its closest to the Earth on May 13, and closest to the Sun on May 27. The comet was first noticed in late March by an astronomy enthusiast looking through images taken by NASA’s Sun-orbiting SOHO spacecraft, and is named for this spacecraft’s Solar Wind Anisotropies (SWAN) camera. The featured image, taken from the dark skies in Namibia in mid-April, captured Comet SWAN‘s green-glowing coma and unexpectedly long, detailed, and blue ion-tail. Although the brightness of comets are notoriously hard to predict, some models have Comet SWAN becoming bright enough to see with the unaided eye during June.

Tomorrow’s picture: open space