As you know, Monday February 21 is President’s Day.

Since The United States of America currently HAS NO PRESIDENT, this day will be cancelled.

Regardless of the cancellation,  the post office will not deliver mail on “We Do Not Have A President” Day.

There is one exception. If you have already placed an order for your new Biden Crack Pipe, it will be delivered.

If you ordered the Deluxe Biden Crack Pipe, signed by Joe, you will need to go and stand beside your mailbox in order to take possession of it. Please wear your mask and be prepared to show your vax records, including boosters.

If you ordered the Ultimate Biden Crack Pipe, decorated with Hunter’s artistic Blow Technique, delivery will be delayed. Hunter is off on an emergency trip to Ukraine to pick up another check from Burisma. The Big Guy told him to get in and out in a hurry because he cannot guarantee his safety long enough to make a baby at the Ukrainian strip clubs.

If you had this day circled on your calendar, UN-CIRCLE IT!

If you had it pinned, UN-PIN it.

Just remember, in 2024 when the Republican President takes office, we will celebrate a President’s Week in lieu of a president’s day.

We will be be opening pipelines…not smoking crack pipes.

Good Evening, Humans


Animals Rule




Castro’s son in Canada will take your pets if you are protesting, after eight days consider them relinquished.  If they run out of room, they kill them.  You can’t pay for their fees–they have already taken your bank account–YOU PROTEST CANUCKS.   Biden and the dems are taking notes.


A baby formula recall.



Genocide Barbie might get more money from Communist China this year than Joe and Hunter.


This is worth repeating.


Mark is just GOOFY.


An update.


RIP P.J.  A funny conservative.


We can see a trend, maybe.



Virginia is free.


Joe and the dems goal is to make gas so expensive that electric cars are the solution.  They still want your vote.



Play hardball. If you don’t, it will be like a sanctuary HOR for the dems.


I hope this works out.  The Chamber of Commerce has been an open border-Democratic-political arm for years.


Let’s have our turn for some fun.  Investigate Nancy’s Chinese ties.




Say no way.  Go to the DNC or Clinton Library.


Soar like an Eagle.




The Captivating Editor:  What is interesting, LL ?

The Riveting Cat:  These articles will entertain and educate our loyal readers.  Remember Nuclear Power Plants are the most dangerous thing on Earth.  The U.S. has millions of tons of spent radioactive fuel which it can’t get rid of–there is no way to store it.  Some nuclear waste is dangerous for 50,000 years.


Some dog breeds need to be corrected with gene innovations or banned, like Democrats.


Is this interesting or what ?


This is amazing.  The red hourglass on a Black Widow Spider appears to warn off predators, while being invisible to prey.


Spanish horses brave fires to ward off danger.


A good Samaritan couple build a home for Joe and Jill.


Half of a Honus is a bonus.


If you know what is good for you, you will toe or walk the line.



Astronomy Picture of the Day

Peculiar Galaxies of Arp 273
Image Credit & Copyright: Jason Guenzel

Explanation: The spiky stars in the foreground of this backyard telescopic frame are well within our own Milky Way Galaxy. But the two eye-catching galaxies lie far beyond the Milky Way, at a distance of over 300 million light-years. Their distorted appearance is due to gravitational tides as the pair engage in close encounters. Cataloged as Arp 273 (also as UGC 1810), the galaxies do look peculiar, but interacting galaxies are now understood to be common in the universe. Nearby, the large spiral Andromeda Galaxy is known to be some 2 million light-years away and approaching the Milky Way. The peculiar galaxies of Arp 273 may offer an analog of their far future encounter. Repeated galaxy encounters on a cosmic timescale can ultimately result in a merger into a single galaxy of stars. From our perspective, the bright cores of the Arp 273 galaxies are separated by only a little over 100,000 light-years.

Tomorrow’s picture: aurora over white dome