Come and listen to a story about a man named Joe A crooked politician, always raking in the dough Then one day when no one else was left He got a chance at Prez as the left ignored his theft.
Millions that is, China….Russia
Well, the first thing you know, Joe went underground They keep him in his basement, so he makes no public sound They lock him in early ’cause he has to stay up late He is Hooked on Phonics, as he studies for debate.
C’mon man….Corn Pop
Pelosi says no, there should be no stage for Joe They’re already make jokes that his running mate’s a Ho Trump will so easily send Joe’s mind a flutter So many Joe gaffs will be followed by his stutter.
No more fricking, I meant fr-fr-fracking
Well, its time to say good bye to Joe and all his kin Hunter is still skating, but his ice is wearing thin Be sure to tune in Tuesday for the first debate You won’t miss a gaff…if you’re tuning in by eight.
Lying Dog Faced….Pony Soldier
Y’all come back now, ya’ hear? Set a spell, Take your shoes off.
WGN – 37-15-03 Lost Creek Covered Bridge – Oregon – Built in 1881 or 1919 in Jackson County spanning Lost Creek on Lost Creek Rd., single span, 39 feet long, Queen Post trusses
Closed foot bridge. The construction date has been reported as 1881 or 1919. It stood without portal boards for many years. In the 1990s, it was restored and new portal boards added. It has been bypassed by a concrete span.
Explanation: Observe the Moon each night and its visible sunlit portion will gradually change. In phases progressing from New Moon to Full Moon to New Moon again, a lunar cycle or synodic month is completed in about 29.5 days. They look full, but top left to bottom right these panels do show the range of lunar phases for a complete synodic month during August 2019 from Ragusa, Sicily, Italy, planet Earth. For this lunar cycle project the panels organize images of the lunar phases in pairs. Each individual image is paired with another image separated by about 15 days, or approximately half a synodic month. As a result the opposite sunlit portions complete the lunar disk and the shadow line at the boundary of lunar night and day, the terminator, steadily marches across the Moon’s familiar nearside. For extra credit, what lunar phase would you pair with the Moon tonight?