Archive | September 18, 2020



This is how you stop the riots.  The radical-left judges just release them.

Big 10 college ball is back.

Sure.  The demcomms try to screw the military in every election.

This is Joe’s Spanish History Month song.

Maybe he could dub this scene in Spanish.


About Five Weeks Editor:  What’s up, LL ?

Potpourri  Cat:  There are a lot of new things, Jeopardy is returning.

Trump’s Wuhan Flu Vaccines will be free for everyone.

The Iranians want Trump to bomb Tehran.

Here is a secret video of Schiff and the Demcomms locked up in the HOR basement making up false impeachment charges.

The network can just repeat last year’s parade.  Blasio is a good mayor.

Here is good military news.  Maybe it could be used on sanctuary locations.

More mask news.

Our Demcomm governors and mayors don’t understand that nature abhors a vacuum.  If they don’t provide security citizens will.

Newsom, the California Governor who reduced penalties for child rapist, borrowed Blasio’s feed the hungry plan.  His are roasted by nature to reduce global cooling.–4v2W4Q8zzvpiGQLREdEDGuDJu&index=43

Washington sees some honor.

Here is Joe’s campaign song.

Amigo likes our Spanish Song better.

Good Stuff

I have learned over the years that when one’s mind is made up, this diminishes fear. –Rosa Parks

It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop. –Confucius

If you look at what you have in life, you’ll always have more. If you look at what you don’t have in life, you’ll never have enough. –Oprah Winfrey

Remember that not getting what you want is sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck. –Dalai Lama

You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have. –Maya Angelou


Astronomy Picture of the Day

Arp 78: Peculiar Galaxy in Aries
Image Credit & Copyright: Bernard Miller

Explanation: (xxxedit and linkxxx) Peculiar spiral galaxy Arp 78 is found within the boundaries of the head strong constellation Aries, some 100 million light-years beyond the stars and nebulae of our Milky Way galaxy. Also known as NGC 772, the island universe is over 100,000 light-years across and sports a single prominent outer spiral arm in this detailed cosmic portrait. Its brightest companion galaxy, compact NGC 770, is toward the upper right of the larger spiral. NGC 770’s fuzzy, elliptical appearance contrasts nicely with a spiky foreground Milky Way star in matching yellowish hues. Tracking along sweeping dust lanes and lined with young blue star clusters, Arp 78’s large spiral arm is likely due to gravitational tidal interactions. Faint streams of material seem to connect Arp 78 with its nearby companion galaxies.

Tomorrow’s picture: 3D Orion