Archive | September 28, 2020



ACB would be a fool to even answer the question.  Does anyone remember Jeff Sessions leaving Rosenstein in charge of the Russian Frame-up Job ?



I wish Trump would fire Wray, after the election.  He is incompetent and a Demcomm.  The only Wray to amount to anything was Fay.


The Moderator Editor:  When is the debate, and will you be covering it, LL ?

Isolation Booth Cat:  It is Tuesday, here is some information.

Trump is concerned that Joe might try to cheat with a listening device in his ear, like Bond, James Bond.  Ear buds or some other electronic devices made in China are a possibility.  Trump wants a scrambling device, like the FBI uses in the White House, in the room.  If that isn’t possible he wants Joe in an isolation booth, like this old quiz show.

TME:  Wasn’t there a big scandal, IBC ?

There sure was, it was as corrupt as today’s news organizations, and Donna Brazile who gave Hillary questions ahead of time in the 2016 election debate would have done the corrupt quiz masters proud.  She would have started Black Privilege.

This includes an old debate one liner.  The hate and bitterness were not visible in the old days.

Here are the topics.  By the way, I can’t stand Chris Wallace.

Trump also wants Biden to take a test for methamphetamine, or other drugs.

Questions, questions, questions.

Good Stuff

First, have a definite, clear practical ideal; a goal, an objective. Second, have the necessary means to achieve your ends; wisdom, money, materials, and methods. Third, adjust all your means to that end. –Aristotle

If the wind will not serve, take to the oars. –Latin Proverb

You can’t fall if you don’t climb.  But there’s no joy in living your whole life on the ground. –Unknown

We must believe that we are gifted for something, and that this thing, at whatever cost, must be attained. –Marie Curie

Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears. –Les Brown



Astronomy Picture of the Day

Filaments of the Cygnus Loop
Image Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, W. Blair; Acknowledgement: Leo Shatz

Explanation: What lies at the edge of an expanding supernova? Subtle and delicate in appearance, these ribbons of shocked interstellar gas are part of a blast wave at the expanding edge of a violent stellar explosion that would have been easily visible to humans during the late stone age, about 20,000 years ago. The featured image was recorded by the Hubble Space Telescope and is a closeup of the outer edge of a supernova remnant known as the Cygnus Loop or Veil Nebula. The filamentary shock front is moving toward the top of the frame at about 170 kilometers per second, while glowing in light emitted by atoms of excited hydrogen gas. The distances to stars thought to be interacting with the Cygnus Loop have recently been found by the Gaia mission to be about 2400 light years distant. The whole Cygnus Loop spans six full Moons across the sky, corresponding to about 130 light years, and parts can be seen with a small telescope toward the constellation of the Swan (Cygnus).

Tomorrow’s picture: tilted planets