Maybe this is the plan.  The problem for America, Europe, Russia, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, Australia, Indonesia, etc., is on the other side of the world.

They could shoot Bacon Bits.

Elon is doing his part.

Rainers will soon replace all late night comedians and Psaki.

Ketanji is a Marxist from the Third District ( DC ) land of commies, tyrants, and slimy federal officials like Judge Sullivan.

She should be in Cuba, either in Havana or GITMO.

With masks and COVID disappearing from news cycles, Ukraine is the target for censorship, for a while.  We would like Alaska, Hawaii, and Oregon to also be included in Name The Place.  We use place because using country implies having borders.

Swalwell is a Californication poster boy.

Get some of his Chinese money, Kyle.

California doctors should practice on their members of Congress.


I don’t trust any American MSM.  They are Democratic butt-buddies.  CNN seems to want viewers to return.  They are a POS.  For 5 years they haven’t told the truth.  I will never watch or believe them.

The Weekly Bee.


Washington State is a Democratic Concentration Camp.

I hope Putin has made a fatal error.


The Carnival Editor:  Is this about the fairs and carnivals that travel America during the Fall, LL ?

Po Boy Cat:  No, this is about Mardi Gras in Nawleans.  It is supposed to be a religious holiday.  Here is a little info.

Let the good times roll is a popular saying and attitude.

Some behind the scenes views.



The Analytical Approach to Life

Old Favorites


The Irish Daughter

An Irish daughter had not been home for over ten years: Upon her return, her father yelled at her, “Where have ye been all this time? Why did ye not write to us? Not even a line. Why didn’t ye call?
Can ye not understand what ye put yer old Mother thru?”

The girl, crying, replied. (Sniff, sniff) “Dad, I was too embarrassed, I became a prostitute!”

“Ye what?

Get out of here, ye shameless hussy! Sinner! You’re a disgrace to this Catholic family, so yer are.”

“OK, Daddy, as ye wish. I just came back to give Mammy this luxurious fur coat, a title deed to a eight bedroom mansion plus a $5 million check. For me little brother Seamus, this gold Rolex.
And for ye Daddy, the sparkling new Mercedes limited edition convertible that’s parked outside, plus a membership to the Limerick Country Club.

“Now what was it ye said ye had become?” Says Daddy.

Girl, crying again says. (Sniff, sniff) “A prostitute Daddy!”

“Oh Be Jesus! Ye scared me half to death girl. I thought ye said a PROTESTANT.

Fall Out, Soldiers!

As a group of soldiers stood in formation at an Army Base, the Drill Sergeant said, “All right! All you idiots, fall out.”

As the rest of the squad wandered away, one soldier remained at attention. The Drill Instructor walked over until he was eye to eye with him, and then raised a single eyebrow.

The soldier smiled and said, “Sure was a lot of ’em, huh, sir?”

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Dueling Bands in the Night
Image Credit & Copyright: Jeff Dai (TWAN)

Explanation: What are these two bands in the sky? The more commonly seen band is the one on the right and is the central band of our Milky Way galaxy. Our Sun orbits in the disk of this spiral galaxy, so that from inside, this disk appears as a band of comparable brightness all the way around the sky. The Milky Way band can also be seen all year — if out away from city lights. The less commonly seem band, on the left, is zodiacal light — sunlight reflected from dust orbiting the Sun in our Solar System. Zodiacal light is brightest near the Sun and so is best seen just before sunrise or just after sunset. On some evenings in the north, particularly during the months of March and April, this ribbon of zodiacal light can appear quite prominent after sunset. It was determined only this century that zodiacal dust was mostly expelled by comets that have passed near Jupiter. Only on certain times of the year will the two bands be seen side by side, in parts of the sky, like this. The featured image, including the Andromeda galaxy and a meteor, was captured in late January over a frozen lake in Kanding, Sichuan, China.

Tomorrow’s picture: it came from the sun