Archive | June 11, 2021



The Biden’s are off limits concerning the ” N ” word.  The Main-Stream-Media is an arm of the Democrat Party.


Cicadas invade Biden’s Press Plane, and cause a delay.  The flight crew had to view ID’s to determine who was who.

The Democrats can just walk over to the Chinese Embassy.


Put this woman in charge of the border.

America is to blame for everything.


Gavin is working on the people’s interest.

This video, filmed at Miley Cyrus’ house, should dispel any doubt whether cats or dogs are more stealthy and graceful.


The Wild Animal Editor:  What is going on with animals, LL ?

One Thing Cat:  Beware of sharks in the ocean.  Also, beware of wolves and bears if they are near you.  Always store food in a sealed container.  Bears can kill you.  The only animal meaner than a mother bear is Nancy Pigleosi.

This is a follow-up on Major, Joe Biden’s dog that bit a couple of Democrats at the Brown House ( breaking news ).  Trump hired him to help with the 2022 election.  We left Major on Bourbon Street in New Orleans protecting Hunter Biden from Cocaine.  Here is a short video of him on duty.

Major enjoyed a visit to the beach.

At times he will follow Hunter to keep him Cocaine free, and to pick up other computers at almost every pawn shop in Delaware.  One important job is to keep Hunter ” whore-free ” because Joe can’t remember his current grandchildren.  This video shows him making his rounds.

The porpoises told Major that the Manatees are being poisoned.

These could be a crunchy treat.

Some of our loyal readers might remember that Target had a minor-flap over naming plus-size clothes as Manatee gray.  They changed the name to Hillary Gray.

For Hillgal.  This is to remind our loyal readers of the happy days, which will return before you can take a Saudi Bribe.


Astronomy Picture of the Day

Eclipse Flyby
Image Credit & Copyright: Zev Hoover, Christian Lockwood, and Zoe Chakoian

Explanation: On June 10 a New Moon passed in front of the Sun. In silhouette only two days after reaching apogee, the most distant point in its elliptical orbit, the Moon’s small apparent size helped create an annular solar eclipse. The brief but spectacular annular phase of the eclipse shows a bright solar disk as a ring of fire when viewed along its narrow, northerly shadow track across planet Earth. Cloudy early morning skies along the US east coast held gorgeous views of a partially eclipsed Sun though. Rising together Moon and Sun are captured in a sequence of consecutive frames near maximum eclipse in this digital composite, seen from Quincy Beach south of Boston, Massachusetts. The serendipitous sequence follows the undulating path of a bird in flight joining the Moon in silhouette with the rising Sun.

Tomorrow’s picture: light-weekend