More to follow on this. It was too good to wait.
The Cleveland Indians baseball team changed their name to the Blackskins–just kidding.
A typhoon might be in the works for the Olympics. Maybe it will wash the million tons of nuclear waste from Fukushima to China.
Today is over.
Yogi Bear is loose.
I would like to see one of these with Nancy, Schumer, or Joe.
Play/practice in the morning.
The Action Editor: Is the Olympics a sport, LL ?
Who Cares Cat: Males competing against females is a joke. It is turning into the protest Olympics. The American Soccer women’s team had rather talk about LGBTQSHI* than win.
I don’t understand this article.
TAE: Did The Sphinx send any reporters to Tokyo, WCC ?
Our Irish reporter has already uncovered the fake cardboard story ( repeat ).
We recruited two Japanese residents to uncover other scams.
3-D cat uncovered a little discrimination in Beach Hand Ball. The women must wear bikini bottoms, it’s in the rules. First, here are the rules.
Beach Hand Ball seems to have replaced regular handball. Here are some highlights from Spain ( who can’t wait for Bull-Fighting to be added ).
Do you remember the other Joe ?
If Jamie had a good dog with him he might be riding now. Cocaine was better than an Olympic Dream.
The 1924 Olympics had a better moral.
JUST WATCHING THIS AND I HAVE TO GO LIE DOWN.
Have your sound on and get your feet ready…..
this is a FUN LINK!
Explanation: Gliding silently through the outer Solar System, the Voyager 2 spacecraft camera captured Neptune and Triton together in crescent phase. The elegant picture of the gas giant planet and its cloudy moon was taken from behind just after closest approach in 1989. It could not have been taken from Earth because Neptune never shows a crescent phase to sunward Earth. The unusual vantage point also robs Neptune of its familiar blue hue, as sunlight seen from here is scattered forward, and so is reddened like the setting Sun. Neptune is smaller but more massive than Uranus, has several dark rings, and emits more light than it receives from the Sun.
Tomorrow’s picture: galaxy grabber