We have an entertaining few weeks between now and election day.
Charles has an opinion.
Here is some clarification on the death of Breonna Taylor.
Start looking in California.
Texas political ad.
One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest Editor: Is this a valid study, LL ?
You Talking To Me Cat: It sure is. It was certified by the people who approved the Boeing Computer Program, and the scientist who approved the Volkswagen Engine Test for toxic emissions.
We established that one in a million Americans are stone-cold-serial-killers. They will kill you for fun. They are like this guy that was one vote away from being released because of the Wuhan Flu. Washington State is a great liberal place.
This is an old classic that our readers always rate in the top ten. This Mickey D’s employee beat a counter jumper counterfeit passing creep to a lesson in courtesy. Would you like a little rebar with those fries. Only in radical-liberal-democratic-sanctuary cities is a rebar a kitchen tool.
This is a recent counter stander–she didn’t jump into the employees space. Maybe she read an old Sphinx. At Chick-fil-A she could have gotten a free shoe shine.
OFOTCNE: Did your exhaustive research reveal any truths, YTTMC ?
It sure did, half of Americas are drugged-out, with legal and illegal drugs. Half are Communist Sleeper Agents ( Democrats ). Half are just common criminals ( Antifa & BLM ) that love Democratic controlled cities. The last half don’t know what sex they are.
TE: That is four halves, YTTMC ?
I learned math at Harvard.
“Oh, Jerry, don’t let’s ask for the moon. We have the stars.” Now, Voyager, 1942
“Shane. Shane. Come back!” Shane, 1953
“Well, nobody’s perfect.” Some Like It Hot, 1959
“It’s alive! It’s alive!” Frankenstein, 1931
Fun fact: The original line was “It’s alive! It’s alive! In the name of God! Now I know what it’s like to be God!” Censors cut Dr. Frankenstein’s full line because it was considered sacrilege.
“Houston, we have a problem.” Apollo 13, 1995
Lightning over Colorado
Image Credit & Copyright: Joe Randall
Explanation: Have you ever watched a lightning storm in awe? Join the crowd. Oddly, details about how lightning is produced remains a topic of research. What is known is that updrafts carry light ice crystals into collisions with larger and softer ice balls, causing the smaller crystals to become positively charged. After enough charge becomes separated, the rapid electrical discharge that is lightning occurs. Lightning usually takes a jagged course, rapidly heating a thin column of air to about three times the surface temperature of the Sun. The resulting shock wave starts supersonically and decays into the loud sound known as thunder. Lightning bolts are common in clouds during rainstorms, and on average 44 lightning bolts occur on the Earth every second. Pictured, over 60 images were stacked to capture the flow of lightning-producing storm clouds in July over Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.
Tomorrow’s picture: stellar ribbons