Archive | March 22, 2021



Discover your gender.

Correction, the taxpayers not the Biden Administration are paying the bills.

More Joe and Nancy deaths.  Joe has the border blacked-out to reporters.


The Maxwell Diary.  Impure, what happened to salacious ?

Poor Cuomo.

We will see what is going on in South Dakota.


The Soft Core Pornography Editor:  Are our viewers declining, LL ?

70% Isopropyl Alcohol Cat:  No, but we can’t be too careful.  Sharon Stone has an interesting book coming out.

A current aide accuses Cuomo.  Cuomo and the Houston Texans quarterback, listed below,  are having a contest.

Watson should change his name to the Unemployed Octopus.  You need to be a politician, like Clinton or Cuomo, to escape that many accusations.

Deshaun has probably blown a 30 million dollar a year job.

I find it hard to believe that an attorney is dishonest, well maybe Obama, Bill Clinton, Comey, Mueller, Cuomo, Sullivan, Michael Avenatti, Eric Holder, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, 11 FISA Judges etc.  Schumer passed the bar exam, but you can steal easier in politics.

Cat In The Hat is banned, but LIBERALS give us this type of child sexual abuser.  A Democrat Judge.

Biden’s Priest is in a weird mess.

Read bump.  Joe is innocent.

Here is some Spanish almost sex.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

From Auriga to Orion
Image Credit & Copyright: Alistair Symon

Explanation: What’s up in the sky from Auriga to Orion? Many of the famous stars and nebulas in this region were captured on 34 separate images, taking over 430 hours of exposure, and digitally combined to reveal the featured image. Starting on the far upper left, toward the constellation of Auriga (the Chariot driver), is the picturesque Flaming Star Nebula (IC 405). Continuing down along the bright arc of our Milky Way Galaxy, from left to right crossing the constellations of the Twins and the Bull, notable appearing nebulas include the Tadpole, Simeis 147, Monkey Head, Jellyfish, Cone and Rosette nebulas. In the upper right quadrant of the image, toward the constellation of Orion (the hunter), you can see Sh2-264, the half-circle of Barnard’s Loop, and the Horsehead and Orion nebulas. Famous stars in and around Orion include, from left to right, orange Betelgeuse (just right of the image center), blue Bellatrix (just above it), the Orion belt stars of Mintaka, Alnilam, and Alnitak, while bright Rigel appears on the far upper right. This stretch of sky won’t be remaining up in the night very long — it will be setting continually earlier in the evening as mid-year approaches.

Tomorrow’s picture: old stones and mars