Archive | March 29, 2021




My racist term of the day was, conceived, nurtured, born, and raised mostly by Democrats, as was the KKK, and segregation.  This is a long article.  Joe gave a eulogy at the funeral of Strom Thurmond a former hate leader.

Ole Joe is a Jim Crow Democrat.  So is the news media.

Photos from Joe’s mass child abuse crime.  He said the press could come in once things were cleaned up.


We lose more control of America with every  essential product not produced here.  Our Congress and President make it possible.

It’s the climate.


The Navy might interrupt White-Privilege class.

Elmo knows.


Real News Editor:  Why are you going undercover again, LL ?

Abused Readers In California Cat:  I have to go to California and check on the Lefties bulling my readers.  I might make this small cheerleader a Captain in our Sierra neighborhood.

The immigrants aren’t assimilating into society.  They come here and want to keep the same loser associates, and isolate themselves.  Some places are like Europe, where there are no-drive-zones for the police.  The Muslim immigrant terrorist run their neighborhoods.

I will use these tips to disguise myself.  I will fit in as Asian looking, for some reason Oriental is now a slur.

Barbara Walters used similar tips from Connie Chung to stab her in the back, in years gone by.

The only creature nastier than a journalist is a politician.

RNE:  Can you speak cat-Japanese, ARICC ?

Wmeow, wmeow, wmeow.  Ah, so.  I have been practicing with a computer-translator.  I just have to learn a little of their culture.

I’m using pine tree yellow pollen to get the right skin tone.


Astronomy Picture of the Day

M64: The Evil Eye Galaxy
Image Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA & the PHANGS-HST Team; Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt

Explanation: Who knows what evil lurks in the eyes of galaxies? The Hubble knows — or in the case of spiral galaxy M64 — is helping to find out. Messier 64, also known as the Evil Eye or Sleeping Beauty Galaxy, may seem to have evil in its eye because all of its stars rotate in the same direction as the interstellar gas in the galaxy’s central region, but in the opposite direction in the outer regions. Captured here in great detail by the Earth-orbiting Hubble Space Telescope, enormous dust clouds obscure the near-side of M64‘s central region, which are laced with the telltale reddish glow of hydrogen associated with star formation. M64 lies about 17 million light years away, meaning that the light we see from it today left when the last common ancestor between humans and chimpanzees roamed the Earth. The dusty eye and bizarre rotation are likely the result of a billion-year-old merger of two different galaxies.

Tomorrow’s picture: sprite mountain