Justin Trudeau and his Papa Castro
(he is a happy looking little Communist bastard, isn’t he?)
All the woke-crap and cancel crap are a very few people trying to control you–FJB and all of them. I might get my hair done in cornrows, like our DC reporter Tina Tabby.
The dems in sanctuary locations will have this diet before they can say “Trump had mean Tweets.”
This is good news, to me.
Every one helps.
DC needs this kind of protest. Piggal and Bowser would treat them like Tienanmen Square. The mayor’s feelings are hurt.
I will be so glad when Her Highness is pushing up Daisies.
Money talks, whose email will your Senator answer, yours or Bezos’ ?
You might be quoting Shakespeare and not realize it.
DeSantis knows how to play the msm game.
In California the victim’s families would have had to pay for the killer’s college education.
I hope this is one of many investigations.
The High Tech Editor: What’s up today, LL ?
I Wish I Had A Thumb Cat: Here are some scary, and other links. Before you can say Microsoft wants your Soul they will write what you SHOULD SAY.
Try this, also.
This is a state issue. Use science-it’s simple–XX and XY chromosomes swim with their own consonants–even the sometimes Y and W’s. If your government won’t separate the athletes organize and un-elect them.
I’m through with the XX—XY argument. Rub the Bull—just say no–it’s science.
Learn a new skill for Black History Month. You can be the best, like Hunter and Joe.
Aurora and Light Pillars over Norway
Image Credit & Copyright: Alexandre Correia
Explanation: Which half of this sky is your favorite? On the left, the night sky is lit up by particles expelled from the Sun that later collided with Earth’s upper atmosphere — creating bright auroras. On the right, the night glows with ground lights reflected by millions of tiny ice crystals falling from the sky — creating light pillars. And in the center, the astrophotographer presents your choices. The light pillars are vertical columns because the fluttering ice-crystals are mostly flat to the ground, and their colors are those of the ground lights. The auroras cover the sky and ground in the green hue of glowing oxygen, while their transparency is clear because you can see stars right through them. Distant stars dot the background, including bright stars from the iconic constellation of Orion. The featured image was captured in a single exposure two months ago near Kautokeino, Norway.
Tomorrow’s picture: to circle a dying star