Archive | February 15, 2021



Andy made the cover.

This is the cherry on top for Governor Andrew Cuomo.  This is better than Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize.

Pigleosi is busy.


Andrew is a stand out Democrat.


The Curious Editor:  What is your title about, LL ?

It’s Just Numbers Cat:  It means who could be involved in more dead Americans than Pearl Harbor and 9-11 combined ?  Our loyal readers can try to figure it out.

First, the cozy, fetid, marriage between the Democratic Party and all the media is crashing down, I hope it snowballs. The Lincoln Group, a Political Action Committee ( PAC ), formed in 2019 to defeat Trump and all Republicans in close races has crumbled under its own sleaze, sexual abuse with boys, and stealing donations.  The members are Trump hating Republicans.  Here are some happenings from the last few days.

This is a short pause to prevent boredom.

That is the Lincoln Group at the moment.  They appear to be a LGBTQ cult, like The Manson Family, but supported by the Democrats and media.  The next major disaster is the Democrats and DEAD CITIZENS IN BOTH NEW YORKS.  Let me break the story up, so you don’t get bored—here is Nancy’s Wall–Biden just opened the Southern border.


Most of the Democratic Party and MSM are involved.  There are very few real secrets in DC and NY.

Even Time Magazine felt it was safe to come out from their hole.

BLM is still rioting in NYC, they need Nancy’s wall.

TALKING WITH: Nancy pelosi

(a shrink who speaks his mind, continuously)

Sidney, The Psychiatrist


STP: Good evening, Nancy. You are still coming in by the back entrance, right?

NP: Yes, I am, but why is that necessary? Is it because I am so well-known and you are trying to protect me?

STP: Yes and no. It is because you are well-known and I am trying to protect me.

NP: I don’t understand.

STP: As you know, most of my patients suffer from severe depression. YOU are the source of their depression. If they were to find out that I actually allowed you into my facility, I would lose all my other nut-case business. They hate you worse than Cuomo hates old people. Then the next thing you know, those same fine Californians who wrote all over your garage door with black paint, will be here marking up my fine architecture.

NP: May we begin our session, it has been a while since my last appointment with you.

STP: Your session started as soon as my back door alarm sounded to let me know you had entered the building. Damn Nancy, take off those three masks and relax. Just pretend you are going to get one of those famous BLOW OUTS from that good-looking hair stylist of yours. I watched you on Tucker Carlson four nights in a row. Ba-Ha-Ha-Ha!

NP: I really hate that evil sounding laugh of yours, Sidney.

STP: I recorded that episode. I watch it every night before I retire. I use it for entertainment at my parties too. I play it with Hip-Hop music. It cracks people up, even before they get high and drunk. I am selling copies now. You know, like a little side-line business. I do that with a lot of my private sessions too.

NP: Well, this is what I want to talk….

STP: Oh, wait Nancy. I have another hilarious story for you. Ba-Ha-Ha-Ha! Do you remember when you went to that (play-like) Memorial service for George Floyd. You wore that Kente scarf around your neck. Then when you got down on your knees, you could not get up? You remember, right?

NP: Sidney, I am paying for this session with you and

STP: Well anyway, that day I was seriously listening to a patient who was truly suicidal. He scared me so bad I had my receptionist standing by in case I might need to call 911. Then, lo and behold, that story came on TV and when he saw you on your knees on the floor, he got so tickled, he almost peed his pants. Ba-Ha-Ha-Ha!

NP: Is this my session or yours?

STP: Listen, you will like this part. The next time he came in, he brought me an 8×10 glossy of you on that floor. He insisted that I hang it in my restroom. I could not say no, after the money this gentleman pays me every week.


STP: Anyway, my point is, now when he comes for a Depression Session, he always goes to the bathroom before he relaxes on the couch. BUT, when he comes out after seeing that picture of you he is no longer depressed, just laughing hysterically.

NP: I am about to walk out of here.

STP: I seriously think YOU should pay me for his normal weekly fee, since you are the reason I lost that income.

NP: I am giving you one more chance to show me some respect and listen to

STP: I am sorry, Nancy, did you hear that beep….your time has expired. Just schedule another appointment with my receptionist by cell phone later. I do not want my other nut cases to see you, you understand. She also has those tapes of you, maskless at the hair salon, with the hip-hop back ground in case you would like to order a couple. I will have those 8×10 glossies for sale by Wednesday. Bye Now….it was good to see you again, Nancy! Remember, use the back door when you leave.



His mother was 40 years old when Jesse was born. Jesse grew up in a very rough home in Morgantown, West Virginia. Jesse’s father, who was mentally ill, was a violent man and was abusive to Jesse. At 13, his father died leaving his mother to take care of him and his brothers.

At the time, things weren’t easy for Jesse and he didn’t think life held much hope for him. While Jesse had his struggles, he had dreams too. He wanted to be a ventriloquist and he found books on ventriloquism. He practiced with sock puppets and saved his money until he could get a real ventriloquist dummy.

When he was old enough, he joined the military. The military recognized his talents and placed him in the entertainment corp. He toured the western Pacific Islands as a comedian as part of a G.I. variety show called “Stars and Gripes.” It was there he was able to share his talents with fellow soldiers. In 1946, he discharged with rank of Technician Grade 5, which was the equivalent then of a Corporal.

During his military service, Jesse was awarded the World War II Victory Medal, Philippine Liberation Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal (with 4 bronze service stars), Army Good Conduct Medal, Marksman Badge (with an M1 Carbine) and Honorable Service lapel pin. Through his military service, Jesse gained confidence and found that he had a talent for making people laugh. In spite of his early struggles, Jesse became one of the best-loved characters of all time.

For it was Jesse,…Jesse Don Knotts who brought us Barney Fife!

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Astronomy Picture of the Day

Landing on Mars: Seven Minutes of Terror
Video Credit: NASA, JPL

Explanation: Starting Thursday, there may be an amazing new robotic explorer on Mars. Or there may be a new pile of junk. It all likely depends on things going correctly in the minutes after the Mars 2020 mission arrives at its new home planet and attempts to deploy the Perseverance rover. Arguably the most sophisticated landing yet attempted on the red planet, consecutive precision events will involve a heat shield, a parachute, several rocket maneuvers, and the automatic operation of an unusual device called a Sky Crane. Thursday’s Seven Minutes of Terror echo the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars in 2012, as depicted in the featured video. If successful, the car-sized Perseverance rover will rest on the surface of Mars, soon to begin exploring Jezero Crater to better determine the habitability of this seemingly barren world to life — past, present, and future. Although multiple media outlets may cover this event, one way to watch these landing events unfold is on the NASA channel live on the web.

Tomorrow’s picture: seven more minutes