Amazing….He is 94, the young lady is 91

Lois Lion

It is impossible for Lois Lion, author of The Sphinx, to enjoy Quiet Time. She is always surrounded by her friends.
-Sheila Tolley-

Canine and Karen humor

For educational purposes only



You get what you vote for–your new Governor, Mayor, and DA are BLM/Antifa/criminal stooges–enjoy.

Our Miami, Florida readers have some below 40 degree weather on the way.

Mitch needs to get busy on this, do it for the past 5 years of lies, deceit, and half-truths.  Remember the hundreds of threats to pack the court ?

The NBA should move to China.  Read LeBron James’ Chinese connections in the book Red-Handed.

Georgia Republicans should have some poll watchers in DeKalb, and Fulton counties.

DeSantis has a message for Fauci.


Maybe the National Republican Party can follow suit.

This cultural theft must be corrected.


Our archives include this video to show Sinema and Manchin saving America from sick-infected-puss-running, democrats.

John Deere is evolving.


The Origin Of Species Editor:  Do you believe in evolution, LL ?

Creator Cat:  I don’t believe one species will turn into another species, say a bird turns into a dinosaur.  Creatures do evolve with time and environmental changes.  Here are photos neo-humans.  They have a body, but lack a soul or spirit.

Here is one way food might shape changes.

Humans have tried to time travel since forever.  Here are some science fiction examples.

The first link has a photo of Yvette and a Morlock, a democrat from the future.  Nancy and Schumer look like this without makeup.

Mr. Peabody was successful on Rocky and Bullwinkle.

Marty was successful in Back To The Future.

Use the Power of Love to be mask free like Pigleosi or Tax the Rich AOC.

Easy Money

If you have ever been a bartender, or visited one, you may have seen this…




Good Ones

Astronomy Picture of the Day

The Fornax Cluster of Galaxies
Image Credit & Copyright: Marco Lorenzi, Angus Lau, Tommy Tse

Explanation: Named for the southern constellation toward which most of its galaxies can be found, the Fornax Cluster is one of the closest clusters of galaxies. About 62 million light-years away, it is almost 20 times more distant than our neighboring Andromeda Galaxy, and only about 10 percent farther than the better known and more populated Virgo Galaxy Cluster. Seen across this two degree wide field-of-view, almost every yellowish splotch on the image is an elliptical galaxy in the Fornax cluster. Elliptical galaxies NGC 1399 and NGC 1404 are the dominant, bright cluster members toward the upper left (but not the spiky foreground stars). A standout barred spiral galaxy NGC 1365 is visible on the lower right as a prominent Fornax cluster member.

Tomorrow’s picture: miasma of plasma