Archive | September 13, 2020

I Hope You Will Watch This Video

No matter what happens to you or your children, you cannot bring a lawsuit against these companies. At least ask yourself this one logical question:

Why have they protected themselves from liability?

-Sheila Tolley-






Flight 93.


This is a video of Biden’s campaign.

The NAACP is a branch of the Demcommunist Latte Liberal Party.  George Floyd was also an incident.


Decent Editor:  Who is sexually exploiting our children, LL ?–violence-n2576034

This Week Cat:  This week  it is a continued repulsive child sexually exploitative movie from Netflix  ( where Obama, Michelle, and Susan Rice work).  The radical-left-Democrats have been trying to destroy children for years.  Today’s topic in Netflix.

A few days ago we reported on the Democrats in California passing a bill (SB 145 ) to lower punishment for child rape.  We are waiting to see if Pigleosi’s nephew Newsom ( the Governor ) will sign the bill into law.

The Democrats are worried that a child rapist will be treated unfairly.  A child under the law cannot give consent or be a willing sex partner.  They can’t sign contracts, vote, and a bunch of other things.  Here are the large owners of Netflix.

Here are some influential politicians is California  Feinstein, Kamala, Schiff, Pigleosi, Pigleosi’s nephew Newsom, Maxine Waters, and many more.

Look who is silent.

Favorite Movie Quotes

“What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.” Cool Hand Luke, 1967

“I love the smell of napalm in the morning.” Apocalypse Now, 1979

“Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” Love Story, 1970
Fun fact: Two years later Ryan O’Neal will hear this line again in the film What’s Up Doc when Barbara Streisand says it to his character and respond, “That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard.”

“The stuff that dreams are made of.” The Maltese Falcon, 1941

“E.T. phone home.” E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, 1982


Astronomy Picture of the Day

M2-9: Wings of a Butterfly Nebula
Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, NASA, ESA Processing: Judy Schmidt

Explanation: Are stars better appreciated for their art after they die? Actually, stars usually create their most artistic displays as they die. In the case of low-mass stars like our Sun and M2-9 pictured here, the stars transform themselves from normal stars to white dwarfs by casting off their outer gaseous envelopes. The expended gas frequently forms an impressive display called a planetary nebula that fades gradually over thousands of years. M2-9, a butterfly planetary nebula 2100 light-years away shown in representative colors, has wings that tell a strange but incomplete tale. In the center, two stars orbit inside a gaseous disk 10 times the orbit of Pluto. The expelled envelope of the dying star breaks out from the disk creating the bipolar appearance. Much remains unknown about the physical processes that cause and shape planetary nebulae.

Tomorrow’s picture: corny moonrise