Archive | March 24, 2021



Oregon has their sanctuary state, and Governor approved riots.  You fools deserve what you get.


Since Ole Joe took office the gasoline price, on average, has gone from $2.38  a gallon to $2.88 a gallon.  Vote Democrat.


An anonymous source in the Biden Brown, Black, Yellow, Red House says the dog is no problem.  He just needs some attention, like the anonymous Alexander Vindman traitor.


Find the right bathroom.

This is helpful.


We need Judge Parker’s spirit to return and clean up DC.


The Remembrance Editor:  What is it called when the past is erased, destroyed, or the facts changed, LL ?  Is it being woked ?

History Cat:  In humans it’s called Alzheimer’s,  history is what you are-your memories are you-and your dreams of the future.  Destroying history is no different than the disease.  The disease might be the worst thing in the world-worse than dying.

The liberals want you to forget your religion, parental responsibilities, civic duties, beliefs, values, etc.  They will take care of you. 

TRE:  Do you have other things important about the past, HC ?

I sure do.  These things ignored by the MSM are coming to the surface.

A read-break.  Keep those dreams.

Here is another cover-up of liberal/democrat states.

The kidnappers would have made more money making her pay a dollar for every questionable death ( like Cuomo ).

Another bump.


Good Stuff

 I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. –Maya Angelou

 Either you run the day, or the day runs you. –Jim Rohn

 Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right. –Henry Ford

 The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why. –Mark Twain

 Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. –Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


Astronomy Picture of the Day

Aurorae and Lightning on Jupiter
Image Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, SwRI; Text: Natalia Lewandowska

Explanation: Why does so much of Jupiter’s lightning occur near its poles? Similar to Earth, Jupiter experiences both aurorae and lightning. Different from Earth, though, Jupiter’s lightning usually occurs near its poles — while much of Earth’s lightning occurs near its equator. To help understand the difference, NASA’s Juno spacecraft, currently orbiting Jupiter, has observed numerous aurora and lightning events. The featured image, taken by Juno’s Stellar Reference Unit camera on 2018 May 24, shows Jupiter’s northern auroral oval and several bright dots and streaks. An eye-catching event is shown in the right inset image — which is a flash of Jupiter’s lightning — one of the closest images of aurora and lightning ever. On Earth (which is much nearer to the Sun than Jupiter), sunlight is bright enough to create, by itself, much stronger atmospheric heating at the equator than the poles, driving turbulence, storms, and lightning. On Jupiter, in contrast, atmospheric heating comes mostly from its interior (as a remnant from its formation), leading to the hypothesis that more intense equatorial sunlight reduces temperature differences between upper atmospheric levels, hence reducing equatorial lightning-creating storms.

Tomorrow’s picture: sol 3048