Archive | October 20, 2020

How many is that?

Joe Biden struggles to complete sentence about his mental fitness - YouTube

Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told Joe Biden:
“This morning, three Brazilian people died from Covid-19.”

Biden’s face went egg-shell white with shock.  The blood drained from his face, and to everyone’s amazement he collapsed on the floor.

Minutes passed and, to everyone’s relief, Biden got up shakily and then sat back on his chair.  His staff was nothing less than stunned at this display of emotion from Joe Biden, nervously watching as he sat, head in hands.

Finally, Joe looked up and with a shaky quivering voice asked Dr. Fauci,

“How many people is a brazillion?”





This is worth a repeat.  The Demcomms (MSM) put their money on white-superiority, and racism.

This is about Originalism.

Joe has joined the destroy children brigade.

Here are the Biden people bringing in a load of Hunter and Joe’s lies.


The Time Editor:  What do cats know of time, LL ?

Time For A Nap Cat:  We used time long before humans were even created, or lost their tails if you live in DC.  The first timekeeper was nature, day and night.  Railroads created a need for some sort of standard in keeping time.

I like this explanation of what time is–it’s natures’ way of keeping everything from happening at once.

Here are some expensive ways to tell time.

The actual workers in our country wore this watch.  Their motto, ” it takes a licking and keeps on ticking “, was very popular before politicians took it over.

Here is the latest ” take a licking politician “.  Katie Hill commented that ACB’s dress was inappropriate for the hearings.  Most of the comments on Katie’s social media wondered if she ever wore clothes at work.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Saturn and Jupiter over Italian Peaks
Image Credit & Copyright: Giorgia Hofer

Explanation: Saturn and Jupiter are getting closer. Every night that you go out and check for the next two months, these two bright planets will be even closer together on the sky. Finally, in mid-December, a Great Conjunction will occur — when the two planets will appear only 0.1 degrees apart — just one fifth the angular diameter of the full Moon. And this isn’t just any Great ConjunctionSaturn (left) and Jupiter (right) haven’t been this close since 1623, and won’t be nearly this close again until 2080. This celestial event is quite easy to see — already the two planets are easily visible toward the southwest just after sunset — and already they are remarkably close. Pictured, the astrophotographer and partner eyed the planetary duo above the Tre Cime di Lavaredo (Three Peaks of Lavaredo) in the Italian Alps about two weeks ago.

Tomorrow’s picture: open space