Archive | June 6, 2020




I hope this doesn’t happen to NYC, or Lost Angeles.


The Manpower Temp:  What is your article about today, LL ?

Vote For Me Cat:  People who are going to solve America’s problems.  Our first problem solver is Bush 43, better known as War Criminal George W. Bush.  He started the Iraq war based on lies, and caused millions of deaths and mass migrations to Europe.  He was President for eight ( 8 ) years and solved nothing.  Now he has a plan.

I wonder if the protesters ( rioters ) burned down his ranch if he would still think riots are signs of strength.

This fool was in a U.S. Senator for thirty-six ( 36 ) years, and VP under Obama for eight ( 8 ) years.  I have listed his corrupt actions for years.  His son and the Ukraine Gas Deal is his most recent accomplishment.  He appears to have some old age mental impairments.  After forty-four ( 44 ) years in office he has a plan.

Kamala ( Horizontal ) Harris is a promising VP candidate with the Democrats.  For appearances, keep the couches out of the office.  Joe is a buddy now.  Politics makes strange bedfellows.

The Louisville Police want an early curfew.

Here is a new face.  A curfew would have prevented Atlanta riots.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Comet PanSTARRs and the Galaxies
Image Credit & Copyright: Dan Bartlett

Explanation: Comet PanSTARRs, C/2017 T2, shared this stunning telescopic field of view with galaxies M81 and M82 on May 22/23. Of course, the galaxies were some 12 million light-years distant and the comet about 14 light-minutes away, seen in planet Earth’s sky toward the Big Dipper. A new visitor from the Oort Cloud, this Comet PanSTARRs was discovered in 2017 by the PanSTARRs survey telescope when the comet was over 1 light-hour from the Sun, almost as distant as the orbit of Saturn. With a beautiful coma and dust tail, this comet has been a solid northern hemisphere performer for telescope wielding comet watchers this May, following its closest approach to the Sun on May 4. In this deep image from dark California skies the outbound comet even seems to develop a short anti-tail as it leaves the inner Solar System.

Tomorrow’s picture: planetary nebula