Archive | March 27, 2021


When things are put in perspective to humans and known objects, effects can be astounding.


 1. This is a giant leather back sea turtle. They grow up to 7 feet long and 2,000 pounds.

2. How many Earths would be able to fit inside the Sun?

1.3 million Earths.

3. Here’s an average-sized giant African land snail

4. Eagle talons are enormous!

5. The size of an average blue whale’s heart.

6. The Titanic in a comparison with a modern cruise liner.

7. Quetzalcoatlus Northropi – the largest flying animal to ever live

8. A pair of fully-inflated horse lungs.

9. This is how big a moose really is.

11. Nice to meet you!

12. Some road signs really are that huge!


13. Saltwater crocodiles are huge compared to fresh water crocs.

14. The view from Earth if our moon was replaced by Saturn.

15. The terrifying size of a gorilla’s hand.

16. Standing beside a single wind turbine blade.

Just imagine how many birds these Green New Deal wind turbines do kill. I HATE this Green New Deal Democrat BS!  -Sheila Tolley-

17. Comparing a comet to the city of LA.





Joe has a lying session.


The Suez Canal ( SNAFU ) pushes some White-Supremist Theories to the back burner.  Photos of minority kids playing with the hair on Joe Biden’s legs, during his lifeguard days, are censored.  Lt. Gen. Ossama Rabei  should have stopped traffic while the sandstorm and high winds continued.

CNN spends their training money on the 69 different kinds of gender combinations instead of geography.


Here is a great idea from Nebraska Pedophiles–like the judge we listed a few days ago.

The dems told Democrat Congressman Cuellar to shut-up.


The Social Graces Editor:  Isn’t that title a little rude, LL ?

21 st Century Cat:  There is no such thing as being rude in America.  You can talk fast.

You can talk between the two of you at lunch.

Here is where a little self expression slips out in a news article.  In basketball it would be a ” triple double. “

TSGE: Don’t you have a favorable opinion of people in general, 21CC ?

No, they are basically stupid.  If the law of the jungle was in effect ( survival of the fittest ) things would be better.  Every state should ban all Pit bulls and Pit bull mixes.

Buckle-up, people.

Stelter won’t shut-up.  AT&T owns CNN and the oozing Brian.

The left won’t shut-up, so don’t listen or believe them.

You can’t shut The Pope up.  Get on the train for those who believe.

Weddle Covered Bridge

WGN – 37-22-05 Weddle or Devaney Covered Bridge – Built in 1937 in Linn County by volunteers spanning Ames Creek in Sankey Park, single span, 130 feet long, Howe trusses

8-panel truss. At its original location, the bridge was bypassed and closed to traffic in 1980. The bridge quickly deteriorated and was considered a safety hazard. By 1987, Linn County planned to demolish the bridge sparking protests by local covered bridge enthusiasts. With the help of Senator Mae Yih, the state legislature created the Oregon Covered Bridge Program to help fund repair and maintenance projects. The Weddle Bridge was the first recipient of a grant under the new program. It was removed from its original location in October 1987 and rebuilt at Sankey Park in Sweet Home in 1989.


Astronomy Picture of the Day

Exploring the Antennae
Image Credit & Copyright: Bernard Miller

Explanation: Some 60 million light-years away in the southerly constellation Corvus, two large galaxies are colliding. Stars in the two galaxies, cataloged as NGC 4038 and NGC 4039, very rarely collide in the course of the ponderous cataclysm that lasts for hundreds of millions of years. But the galaxies’ large clouds of molecular gas and dust often do, triggering furious episodes of star formationi near the center of the cosmic wreckage. Spanning over 500 thousand light-years, this stunning view also reveals new star clusters and matter flung far from the scene of the accident by gravitational tidal forces. The remarkably sharp ground-based image includes narrowband data that highlights the characteristic red glow of atomic hydrogen gas in star-forming regions. The suggestive overall visual appearance of the extended arcing structures gives the galaxy pair its popular name – The Antennae.

Tomorrow’s picture: floating away