Archive | July 7, 2021



Don’t forget tropical storm Elsa.

No more Olympics at my cat-drawer.

Grasshoppers in the Western states.



They make Commie Sue look harmless.


The Champlain Diary.


The Weekly Bee.

The Bidens are a dysfunctional family.  They are as sleazy as War Criminals Bush 41 and 43.


The AU Editor:  What’s the news on gold, LL ?

The 49er Cat:  The FBI is trying to steal gold from the Civil War.  They need more money to keep investigating Trump and the Russian Stuff.

TAE:  That’s interesting T4C, what else is happening?

Here is maybe, the race of man’s oldest ancestor.  He could be any color, but an ancient video shows that a White woman showed the tribe how to count.  The ancient Runes say she got the valuable stones for a poke.

TAE:  What happened to Blondi ?

She showed her mentor how to really count.  She refused to show the Woke clan-members how to count, and told them that the Cave Bear was coming back.  She said, when she got enough stones she was going to California, where blonds have more fun.  Here is a more modern video of her scions 10,000 generations later in Texas and Kansas.

TAE:  Did Blondi’s descendants reach California ?

They sure did, they discovered the gold at Sutter’s Mill.  Some moved to the beach, but the genetic code still has old information.

TAE:  Did her California scions continue in the world’s oldest profession ?

They became members of the second-oldest profession–teachers.  Now they are hanging 10.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Flight Through the Orion Nebula in Infrared Light
Video Credit: NASA, Spitzer Space Telescope, Universe of Learning; Visualization: F. Summers (STScI) et al.;
Music & License: Serenade for Strings (A. Dvořák), Advent Chamber Orch.

Explanation: What would it look like to fly into the Orion Nebula? The exciting dynamic visualization of the Orion Nebula is based on real astronomical data and adept movie rendering techniques. Up close and personal with a famous stellar nursery normally seen from 1,500 light-years away, the digitally modeled representation based is based on infrared data from the Spitzer Space Telescope. The perspective moves along a valley over a light-year wide, in the wall of the region’s giant molecular cloud. Orion’s valley ends in a cavity carved by the energetic winds and radiation of the massive central stars of the Trapezium star cluster. 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: open space