Archive | April 24, 2021



Cuomo and Blasio wanted and now have a state/city run by thugs, bullies, and criminals.  The Yorkers voted for it—have fun.


This is great.  The Hollywood, MSM and rich Biden Bunnies voted for it.


Any illegal will stay here forever, unless the Supremes intervene.


Nancy thanks the murdered babies.

Maybe Manchin ( D-WV ) is serious.


You pay as usual.

Coke still sux, buy Pepsi or drink water.  Coke and Delta are hosting a fund raising gathering for a friend of Stacey Abrams, Nikema Williams.  Call Hank Johnson a Georgia U.S. HOR member so he can balance the campaign fund raiser stage so it won’t collapse.


The Current Editor:  Let’s do THIS first, LL.

Pronoun Cat:  THIS is what real reporting was like in days gone by.  No lies, we got the straight dope.

Here are some items in Tut’s tomb.

I hadn’t thought much about British Royalty, but they have class, a sense of duty, and are loyal to The Commonwealth.  I would swap them for most creeps in our political system.  They are symbolic, with little authority.

I hope the California ex Royals have a generator.

Our daily read bump.

Fox couldn’t find any Parmesan Cheese to snort, like Hunter Biden.

No water with this Bourbon.

This could also work on deciding what to put on the little *astard’s birth certificate.

TCE:  Do you know when the laws are made in DC, PC ?

I sure do, in the darkest of night when there is no moon—in the sleaziest basement Pigleosi can find.  Sometimes you can hear the cry of a wolf–not the Chinese wolf.  Wolfman looks like the Le mon guy on CNN, when he is a wolf.


Favorite Movie Quotes

“You’ve got to ask yourself one question: ‘Do I feel lucky?’ Well, do ya, punk?” Dirty Harry, 1971

“You had me at ‘hello.’” Jerry Maguire, 1996

“One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in my pajamas, I don’t know.” Animal Crackers, 1930

“There’s no crying in baseball!” A League of Their Own, 1992

“La-dee-da, la-dee-da.” Annie Hall, 1977


Crawfordville Covered Bridge

WGN – 37-22-15 Crawfordville Covered Bridge – Built in 1938 in Linn County by Linn County spanning Calapooia River on Holly Sweet Home Rd., single span,105 feet long, Howe trusses

Oregon Bridge #01725. Clearance 14′ 7″. 8 panels @ 15′ each. Engineer – Charles Leonard. The portal openings were changed from rounded to squared by the State Highway Department prior to 1955, probably in 1954, to allow for larger vehicles. In 1963, the bridge was bypassed and turned over to Linn County and eventually to the Linn County Parks and Recreation Department. The bridge received little maintenance until 1976 when a crew involved with the filming of a TV movie called The Flood painted the span. Growing brush, trees and weeds were covering the bridge until the Covered Bridge Society of Oregon organized a work day in 1986 to clean up the area. The next year, the Community Services Consortium, a federally funded program for unemployed workers renovated the bridge. In 1996, floodwaters caused significant damage which was repaired by a grant from the Oregon Covered Bridge program.


Astronomy Picture of the Day

Streak and Plume from SpaceX Crew-2 Launch
Video Credit & Copyright: Eric Holland

Explanation: What’s happening in the sky? The pre-dawn sky first seemed relatively serene yesterday morning over Indian Harbor Beach in Florida, USA. But then it lit up with a rocket launch. Just to the north, NASA’s SpaceX Crew-2 Mission blasted into space aboard a powerful Falcon 9 rocket. The featured time-lapse videocompressing 12-minutes into 8-seconds — shows the bright launch plume starting on the far left. The rocket rises into an increasingly thin atmosphere, causing its plume to spread out just as it is lit by the rising Sun. As the Crew-2 capsule disappears over the horizon, the landing plume of the returning first stage of the Falcon 9 descending toward the SpaceX barge in the Atlantic Ocean can be seen. Up in space, the Endeavour crew capsule is expected to dock with the International Space Station (ISS) this morning, delivering four astronauts. The Crew-2 astronauts join Expedition 65 to help conduct, among other tasks, drug tests using tissue chips — small microfluidic chips that simulate human organs — that run rapidly in ISS’s microgravity.

Tomorrow’s picture: ant star