Archive | June 19, 2020



The Wuhan Flu is nothing to worry about. If it was dangerous, the rioting and looting would have been condemned.  If you are older and have other health problems that is different.


Joe is in hiding, but his past isn’t.

Who are you going to call when your baby is choking, BLM or the COPS ?


The Science Editor:  Is this your opinion, LL ?

Not a Cat MD:  It sure is, I’m not a medical doctor cat.  If I was an older cat, especially with other health issues I would get help with getting necessary items.  Everyone should wash their hands often, avoid crowds if possible, and if you like wear a mask.

TSE:  Can we avoid the Wuhan Flu ?

NaCMD:  No, if healthy you have to lead a normal live, like every one ever born before you.  Waiting on a vaccine is not the answer.  Even the regular flu kills over sixty ( 60 ) thousand a year.  You buys your life ticket and takes your chances.

Trump isn’t going to shut America down again.  He had to appease the MSM and the incompetent national health agencies.

Anything else I say is just repeating a fear mongering news media and incompetent CDC, & National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Cool Pics for the Day

The photographer fell off a chair when he was taking the shot and ended up with this
Masterpiece of a wedding photo

Swans swim through the street after floods, UK

A walrus becomes embarrassed when it’s given a cake made of fish for its birthday, Norway

I really want to know what they’re looking at…


Astronomy Picture of the Day

The Veins of Heaven
Image Credit & Copyright: Ruslan Merzlyakov (RMS Photography)

Explanation: Transfusing sunlight through a darkened sky, this beautiful display of noctilucent clouds was captured earlier this week, reflected in calm waters from Nykobing Mors, Denmark. From the edge of space, about 80 kilometers above Earth’s surface, the icy clouds themselves still reflect sunlight, though the Sun is below the horizon as seen from the ground. Usually spotted at high latitudes in summer months the night shining clouds have made an early appearance this year as northern nights grow short. Also known as polar mesopheric clouds they are understood to form as water vapor driven into the cold upper atmosphere condenses on the fine dust particles supplied by disintegrating meteors or volcanic ash. NASA’s AIM mission provides daily projections of noctilucent clouds as seen from space.

Tomorrow’s picture: solstice in space