Fight back—we want equity. Don’t use the product.
Here is a Biden Scraper–changing with the wind.
The PGA Championship starts today in beautiful South Carolina.
Read this book to see the marriage of the media/business/government with the commies.
The Lib/Dem commies haven’t given up. Keep working with your local and state elected officials to keep the 2 sexes separate.
This is one of the top 10 articles The Sphinx has ever stolen.
Those ole cancel-culture goofballs.
These will make vaccines a pleasure. We will work on some for other countries.
Maxine Pollutedwaters is a slimy cockroach.
Chicago’s Brand is Death–sponsored by the DNC and BLM.
The Iconic Editor: Are you talking about famous brands, LL ?
The Pepsi Cat: I sure am, companies whose product is known worldwide. Sometimes by just a logo. Here is an almost one. They have been selling mostly sugar for 70 years. Your kid would be better off eating a sugar-cube and a portion of the box.
Now they want to sell you a box of cereal with enough sugar for everyone in Mozambique, and an added ingredient of WOKE. Don’t buy the crap. We have been reporting for years that they are coming for the kids.
Here is a great brand that lost appeal when Royal Crown Hair Dressing became even more petroleum friendly, and I’m not talking about FOP.
This is one of America’s Iconic Brands.
International House of Pancakes is one of the few brand names mentioned in Chip Chip. There is one other, we try not to list.
To me Merriam-Webster Dictionary is no longer a good brand name, maybe Democrat Book is better.
America is slipping very close to being a store-brand. You can already bribe politicians 2 for the price of 1.
Explanation: In 1716, English astronomer Edmond Halley noted, “This is but a little Patch, but it shews itself to the naked Eye, when the Sky is serene and the Moon absent.” Of course, M13 is now less modestly recognized as the Great Globular Cluster in Hercules, one of the brightest globular star clusters in the northern sky. Sharp telescopic views like this one reveal the spectacular cluster’s hundreds of thousands of stars. At a distance of 25,000 light-years, the cluster stars crowd into a region 150 light-years in diameter. Approaching the cluster core upwards of 100 stars could be contained in a cube just 3 light-years on a side. For comparison, the closest star to the Sun is over 4 light-years away. The remarkable range of brightness recorded in this image follows stars into the dense cluster core. Distant background galaxies in the medium-wide field of view include NGC 6207 at the lower right.
Tomorrow’s picture: pixels in space