Archive | April 16, 2021



Every Governor should do this.  Take it to the Supremes.

This is a great idea.  The R’s should double the dems high figure and add our Latinos.


Joe has an invitation.

This is why Kamala has disappeared.


Pigleosi is practicing for her upcoming retirement.  This is how to control government contracts when you are out of the loop.

The Supremes correct Nancy’s nephew again.


Your Real News Editor:   What’s new, LL ?

It’s Dangerous Out There Cat:   It is dangerous out here, but some states are returning your God Given Rights.

News from the Bee.

This might be my next to last article on Hunter.  There is nothing there.

A repeat for the sanctuary states and cities.

The continuing Portland, and new Minnesota RIOTS call for another repeat.

Burn it down.  The sanctuary places are getting like the ISIS killers were under Obama, pretty soon people ignore the cutting off of heads and other things.  Chicago and their killing of Blacks is an example.  They stopped reporting it.  It isn’t news anymore.

Egypt wants their money ( reparations ).

DeSantis puts up some new signs.

Almost everything you buy will increase.  Then the rising inflation will add another cost.  Do you believe Joe and Psaki ?

I don’t know if this is Taylor’s new or old version.


Favorite Movie Quotes

“What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.” Cool Hand Luke, 1967

“I love the smell of napalm in the morning.” Apocalypse Now, 1979

“Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” Love Story, 1970
Fun fact: Two years later Ryan O’Neal will hear this line again in the film What’s Up Doc when Barbara Streisand says it to his character and respond, “That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard.”

“The stuff that dreams are made of.” The Maltese Falcon, 1941

“E.T. phone home.” E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, 1982


Astronomy Picture of the Day

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The Doubly Warped World of Binary Black Holes
Scientific Visualization Credit: NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, Jeremy Schnittman and Brian P. Powell – Text: Francis Reddy

Explanation: Light rays from accretion disks around a pair of orbiting supermassive black holes make their way through the warped space-time produced by extreme gravity in this stunning computer visualization. The simulated accretion disks have been given different false color schemes, red for the disk surrounding a 200-million-solar-mass black hole, and blue for the disk surrounding a 100-million-solar-mass black hole. That makes it easier to track the light sources, but the choice also reflects reality. Hotter gas gives off light closer to the blue end of the spectrum and material orbiting smaller black holes experiences stronger gravitational effects that produce higher temperatures. For these masses, both accretion disks would actually emit most of their light in the ultraviolet though. In the video, distorted secondary images of the blue black hole, which show the red black hole’s view of its partner, can be found within the tangled skein of the red disk warped by the gravity of the blue black hole in the foreground. Because we’re seeing red’s view of blue while also seeing blue directly, the images allow us to see both sides of blue at the same time. Red and blue light originating from both black holes can be seen in the innermost ring of light, called the photon ring, near their event horizons. Astronomers expect that in the not-too-distant future they’ll be able to detect gravitational waves, ripples in space-time, produced when two supermassive black holes in a system much like the one simulated here spiral together and merge.

Tomorrow’s picture: pixels over the weekend