An Old Man…

…a very short human interest story I thought you might enjoy.
-Sheila Tolley-

Our Wishes For You

Tolley’s Topics wishes everyone in Readerland a happy and safe Thanksgiving!

-Sheila Tolley-





Why are you so quiet Joe, don’t you want to see justice ?  Fleeing a knife fight is a liberal newspaper made up  reason for killing at least 5 people.  The once owned by slave owners, New York Times, has the killings on page 22.  You and the NYT make me sick.

Obama brings more joy to the historical Black public park that he seized for his Presidential complex–it isn’t a library, the library is online.

Connecticut has a recipe for some screwed-up kids.

Rockefeller Center decides on small tree for Christmas.  They might use dwarfs for the Rockettes.


Vote Democratic–and freeze to death.  Maybe Joe and Nancy will pay for your heating fuel.

Guess who will share ownership of CNN ?

Don’t include beef in recipes.


The Measuring Cup Editor:  What kind of recipes are you working on, LL ?

Tablespoon-Teaspoon Cat:  All kinds, here is a recipe for disaster.  Schumer, Joe, and Nancy shut down our energy pipelines, permits, and drilling.  Now Little Demon Schumer wants to empty our strategic reserve.  Remember, when Trump left office we were exporting energy sources.

This is a disaster for your financial recipe.

A Scandinavian baking recipe will keep you warm.

Skip this new vodka.

MSNBC says you can afford the same ice cream Pigwoman buys.  MSNBC is owned by Comcast.  Nancy’s ice cream cost $104.00 per gallon.

In a pinch just have this and some wine.

Try some Thanksgiving ideas.

Alec has another pinch of doubt added to his manslaughter recipe.  All the dems are pitiful.


Morning Smiles

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Pleiades: The Seven Sisters Star Cluster
Image Credit & Copyright: Damien Cannane

Explanation: Have you ever seen the Pleiades star cluster? Even if you have, you probably have never seen it as large and clear as this. Perhaps the most famous star cluster on the sky, the bright stars of the Pleiades can be seen without binoculars from even the depths of a light-polluted city. With a long exposure from a dark location, though, the dust cloud surrounding the Pleiades star cluster becomes very evident. The featured exposure, taken from Florida, USA, covers a sky area several times the size of the full moon. Also known as the Seven Sisters and M45, the Pleiades lies about 400 light years away toward the constellation of the Bull (Taurus). A common legend with a modern twist is that one of the brighter stars faded since the cluster was named, leaving only six of the sister stars visible to the unaided eye. The actual number of Pleiades stars visible, however, may be more or less than seven, depending on the darkness of the surrounding sky and the clarity of the observer’s eyesight.

Tomorrow’s picture: shadow play