Our loyal Florida readers should check this out.
This looks good.
The voter ID problems of minorities are another DEMOCRAT–MSM LIE, just like walls don’t work—except Nancy’s Capitol Razor Fence. The lies are repeated by schools/colleges and MSM so much that the young adults are brainwashed.
The ATL lies are taking the attention off of Cuomo and the Border Deaths.
Joe will spend two ( 2 ) trillion $ 2,000,000,000,000 on unions and other social issues.
We need this pastor here. Get behind me Satan.
Joe Biden Said Editor: Joe said we should boycott the Masters, LL.
Yuan Cat: If I had a Chinese bank account like him and all his family, including the 3 Ukrainian grandchildren I would think about it. I got a late start on the Masters, Amigo played an April Fool joke–telling me a Covid Visa Certificate Vaccine Shot was mandatory to travel. Anyway, here is some Masters news. The Amateur Women’s Tournament is a great addition to Augusta National.
The Masters will keep the two tournaments separated.
A lot of golf fans asked about Paige. She has become quite a business woman.
Amigo is going to get Paige to use the towels once, and he will give them to our loyal readers like Elvis gave away scarves.
Here are some Masters facts.
Refreshments are a treat.
“Say “hello” to my little friend!” Scarface, 1983
“What a dump.” Beyond the Forest, 1949
“Mrs. Robinson, you’re trying to seduce me. Aren’t you?” The Graduate, 1967
“Gentlemen, you can’t fight in here! This is the War Room!” Dr. Strangelove, 1964
“Elementary, my dear Watson.” The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1929
Fun fact: Sherlock Holmes never says this iconic quote in any of the books the character is based off of.
Mars and the Pleiades Beyond Vinegar Hill
Image Credit & Copyright: Kristine Richer
Explanation: Is this just a lonely tree on an empty hill? To start, perhaps, but look beyond. There, a busy universe may wait to be discovered. First, physically, to the left of the tree, is the planet Mars. The red planet, which is the new home to NASA’s Perseverance rover, remains visible this month at sunset above the western horizon. To the tree’s right is the Pleiades, a bright cluster of stars dominated by several bright blue stars. The featured picture is a composite of several separate foreground and background images taken within a few hours of each other, early last month, from the same location on Vinegar Hill in Milford, Nova Scotia, Canada. At that time, Mars was passing slowly, night after night, nearly in front of the distant Seven Sisters star cluster. The next time Mars will pass angularly as close to the Pleiades as it did in March will be in 2038.
Tomorrow’s picture: open space