Archive | June 29, 2021



Our readers in the Northwest and Northeast should check their weather, and their pets.


Any Olympic athlete who gets tax money should be kicked out of qualifying for, or participating in the Olympics for dishonoring our flag or anthem—muy rapida/rapido ( very fast. )  Go work for CNN.

The lifetime victim attitude will keep you a lifetime loser.  The Olympic Games don’t need your attitude.


We will never get the truth about Wuhan.  Why was America working with the commies ?  Have we also sold our Biotech research to them ?

Those Nike Slavers.  Are the Democrats stopping the child-sex-slave-trade on the border ?


I hope Karma visits Joe today.

Impeach Joe.

Bring the Cannoli.


The Construction Editor:  What can you tell us about the tragedy in Florida, LL?

The Civil Engineer Cat:  It appears that the crushed building was built on a ” soft-foundation. ”  There is no reason on Earth for engineers not to build on bedrock.  Humans learned  thousands of years ago that a solid foundation was necessary for a long lasting structure.  The Bible even mentions it.;KJV

This structure was built about 5,000 years ago, on bedrock.

An early report on the crashed building in Florida says it has been sinking for 30 years.

Another report says there was a structural problem.

The truth might come out in 100 years.

The Millennium Tower in San Fransinko is still tilting.  They didn’t sink the supports to bedrock.  Corruption is sinking the piece of junk.

The owners should open up a giant roulette game.

The American Constitution is Bedrock.  The Democrats, MSM, International Companies, and racist liberals want to destroy it.  Leave it alone.


Astronomy Picture of the Day

Orion Nebula: The Hubble View
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble Legacy Archive; Processing: Francisco Javier Pobes Serrano

Explanation: Few cosmic vistas excite the imagination like the Orion Nebula. Also known as M42, the nebula’s glowing gas surrounds hot young stars at the edge of an immense interstellar molecular cloud only 1,500 light-years away. The Orion Nebula offers one of the best opportunities to study how stars are born partly because it is the nearest large star-forming region, but also because the nebula’s energetic stars have blown away obscuring gas and dust clouds that would otherwise block our view – providing an intimate look at a range of ongoing stages of starbirth and evolution. The featured image of the Orion Nebula is among the sharpest ever, constructed using data from the Hubble Space Telescope. The entire Orion Nebula spans about 40 light years and is located in the same spiral arm of our Galaxy as the Sun.

Tomorrow’s picture: first stars