Archive | August 26, 2020

Of Course I am….

Damn Straight, I am voting for Donald Trump. Who would not want to be part of a LANDSLIDE VICTORY?
-Sheila Tolley-

That moment when someone says “I can’t believe you would vote for Trump.” I’m not just voting for him. I’m voting for the second Amendment. I’m voting for the next supreme court justice. I’m voting for the electoral college, and the Republic we live in. I’m voting for the Police, and law and order. I’m voting for the military, and the veterans who fought for this Country. I’m voting for the Flag that is always missing from the Democratic background. I’m voting for the right to speak my opinion and not be censored.
I’m not just voting for one person, I’m voting for the future of my Country! What are you voting for?



The Prince Diary and latest riot.



Netflix joins Disney in sexualizing little girls.

Whitmer is a little tyrant.  Maybe she will help Trump.


The Doubting Editor:  What don’t you believe, LL ?

DNC Cat:  I can’t believe all the good things that are happening.  The DNC is responsible.  Here is a couple cramped in their house, moving to a new place because of a new baby arriving.  They will, no doubt, give their old house to the poor.

The Goodyear management are BLM liars.

The Democrats still say walls don’t work.

Hunter Biden and Bill Clinton are honored at the DNC Convention.  They want to rub your nose in it, don’t forget Joe’s problem.

New York City is laying-off 400 EMTs.

Trump should fire Esper and a few generals.

Oh, look.

Something is going on at Fort Hood.

Solomon looks like Pigleosi.

Our current rioters don’t know how to protest.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Cygnus Skyscape
Image Credit & Copyright: Alistair Symon

Explanation: In brush strokes of interstellar dust and glowing hydrogen gas, this beautiful skyscape is painted across the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy near the northern end of the Great Rift and the constellation Cygnus the Swan. Composed using 22 different images and over 180 hours of image data, the widefield mosaic spans an impressive 24 degrees across the sky. Alpha star of Cygnus, bright, hot, supergiant Deneb lies near top center. Crowded with stars and luminous gas clouds Cygnus is also home to the dark, obscuring Northern Coal Sack Nebula, extending from Deneb toward the center of the view. The reddish glow of star forming regions NGC 7000 and IC 5070, the North America Nebula and Pelican Nebulas, are just left of Deneb. The Veil Nebula is a standout below and left of center. A supernova remnant, the Veil is some 1,400 light years away, but many other nebulae and star clusters are identifiable throughout the cosmic scene. Of course, Deneb itself is also known to northern hemisphere skygazers for its place in two asterisms — marking the top of the Northern Cross and a vertex of the Summer Triangle.

Tomorrow’s picture: peculiar galaxies