Archive | August 29, 2020




Oh no,  Newsom the California Governor ( Pigleosi’s Nephew ) might have been naughty.


The Who Editor:  Who decided that election day is now election week, month, or other, LL ?

I Know Cat:  The Democrats and News Media decided that with the Russian/Trump USPS scandal that it might be  January 20,  2021 before a winner is decided.

Goofy Man said that Trump was going to close all polling locations in the nation at 8:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.  Citizens in  the other time zones should vote early, he advised.  God is going to help.

TWE:  What can our loyal readers do ?  It sounds like a fuster cluck.

For Sure Cat:  It will be for sure.  They should start storing essential items.

Twitter doesn’t care about you.  I hope no one prints the Board of Directors names.

The Democratic Governors and Mayors don’t care about their people.

Joe & He Jinli’s campaign loses a tire.

This is for our University of Georgia fans.  Forty years is half a life-time.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Martian Chiaroscuro
Image Credit: HiRISE, MRO, LPL (U. Arizona), NASA

Explanation: Deep shadows create dramatic contrasts between light and dark in this high-resolution close-up of the martian surface. Recorded on January 24, 2014 by the HiRISE camera on board the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the scene spans about 1.5 kilometers. From 250 kilometers above the Red Planet the camera is looking down at a sand dune field in a southern highlands crater. Captured when the Sun was about 5 degrees above the local horizon, only the dune crests were caught in full sunlight. A long, cold winter was coming to the southern hemisphere and bright ridges of seasonal frost line the martian dunes. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, one of the oldest operating spacecraft at the Red Planet, celebrated the 15th anniversary of its launch from planet Earth on August 12.

Tomorrow’s picture: cathedral to the stars