Archive | July 9, 2021



China seizes control of Britain’s largest microchip factory.

Pope Francis has serious surgery.

Vote Democrat.


Elsa news.

Is anyone safe ?


This is coming to every school from Pre-K to college.  As you can see in California the Democrats/liberals don’t care about females-that’s why they are trying to do away with gender.  Their kids will be in private school.


Fucking, Austria changed their name to Fugging.


Kick him out.

Dogs have their day.


The Kama Sutra Editor:  What are this week’s sex stories, LL ?

Sometimes Cat:  Sometimes I feel like there are 8 million stories in the Naked City.

My first one started off as probably a misdemeanor and escalated to a felony.  As we have learned in the past 16 months if you are confronted while committing a crime it is best to stop resisting.  If you don’t stop the creeps at your window, where do you stop them ?

This one requires a little background.  I have covered cults, semi-cults, the HOR, the Senate, and just plain crazy people for many cat-years.  Cults seem to involve a crazy/insane leader and followers who have no self-respect, identity, or faith of some sort–something to believe in.  These are some of the millions.

Try a change.

I don’t trust any FEDERAL AGENCY, especially the FBI and CIA.

We have a current sex cult in New York City.  (  What happened to all the claims against Cuomo the grandparent killer ) ?

Every survey that I have ever done reports that about 89 % of all people don’t care about what you do sexually if it doesn’t include children, mentally challenged people, or animals.  If you keep it discreet you can have a wonderful sex life.

This woman can’t keep it discreet, but does have a cult-following— the Democrat voters of Californication.

We will always remember Katie Hill.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

M82: Starburst Galaxy with a Superwind
Image Credit & Copyright: Team ARO, Alentejo Remote Observatory

Explanation: M82 is a starburst galaxy with a superwind. In fact, through ensuing supernova explosions and powerful winds from massive stars, the burst of star formation in M82 is driving a prodigious outflow. Evidence for the superwind from the galaxy’s central regions is clear in sharp telescopic snapshot. The composite image highlights emission from long outflow filaments of atomic hydrogen gas in reddish hues. Some of the gas in the superwind, enriched in heavy elements forged in the massive stars, will eventually escape into intergalactic space. Triggered by a close encounter with nearby large galaxy M81, the furious burst of star formation in M82 should last about 100 million years or so. Also known as the Cigar Galaxy for its elongated visual appearance, M82 is about 30,000 light-years across. It lies 12 million light-years away near the northern boundary of Ursa Major.

Tomorrow’s picture: Mercury and the Da Vinci Glow