Today, Wednesday, January 20, 2021.
One of those boring days.
No significant events are scheduled.
No reason to turn on the television.
Nothing exciting is happening.
I think I will play a game of Solitaire.
Or 52 Pick-Up.
I’ll bet you thought I was going to be writing about the Limbo after reading that title? No, but I will leave that song for your entertainment at the end of my post.
Garth Brooks, the country music singer, a Republican (RINO), will again cross party lines to bring some twang to the presidential transition. “This is a great day in our household,” Brooks said in announcing his participation on Monday. “In our household, this is not a political statement; this is a statement of unity.”
I have always heard that many country songs are based on true stories, lost loves, pick-up trucks, etc.
We know for DANG sure that TWANGY Garth wrote one song with a true title, because he obviously has:
IT WOULD BE FOOLISH FOR TRUMP NOT TO PARDON HIMSELF AND HIS ENTIRE FAMILY BEFORE LEAVING OFFICE.
When will people learn that the media is all Democrat, all the time. They will never criticize the Biden boot lickers. They put them in office.
Sotomayor wants the murderers/serial killers to move in with her.
The Line Dance Editor: Are you almost through with dancing, LL ?
I’ve Got Rhythm Cat: This article should do it. These are professional ballroom dancers. They are reported as Chinese robots on the internet.
The platform shoes beat Kamala’s sneakers.
These are dirty dancers.
TLDE: Do you believe the news and internet, SC ?
SC: Not without checking. I especially don’t believe the MSM.
I almost forgot the Line Dance and Dorothy.
Explanation: Do magnetic fields always flow along spiral arms? Our face-on view of the Whirlpool Galaxy (M51) allows a spectacularly clear view of the spiral wave pattern in a disk-shaped galaxy. When observed with a radio telescope, the magnetic field appears to trace the arms’ curvature. However, with NASA’s flying Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) observatory, the magnetic field at the outer edge of M51’s disk appears to weave across the arms instead. Magnetic fields are inferred by grains of dust aligning in one direction and acting like polaroid glasses on infrared light. In the featured image, the field orientations determined from this polarized light are algorithmically connected, creating streamlines. Possibly the gravitational tug of the companion galaxy, at the top of the frame, on the dusty gas of the reddish star-forming regions, visible in the Hubble Space Telescope image, enhances turbulence — stirring the dust and lines to produce the unexpected field pattern of the outer arms.
Tomorrow’s picture: open space