A Young Russian Speaks Out



I don’t understand Will Smith’s outrage over a joke about his wife’s shaved head when they have an open marriage, and both have sex with other people.  It’s all a Hollywood joke.


I’m going to defend your honor is laughable.  It was probably planned, like women’s nipples popping out at almost any event that has more viewers than a Pigwoman press conference.


These people have mental issues.  They need to get out of New York.  No wonder the dems get elected.


The feds can’t even correct one mistake, before wasting more BILLIONS. 


We can watch North Korean Productions, instead of Disney Pedophile, in the future.


I was just wondering if Howard Stern and Hanoi Jane’s comment time was due.


Don’t get involved in a riot, when the MSM is a Democratic Party member.





You don’t have to comment on everything, but it might reveal Romney tendencies.


This can work for many personal shortcomings.




The Republicans should have fought every Biden nominee like the dems did Kavanaugh.


The unwoman already has 3 compadres on the Court.




Artist Editor:  Is it a Hunter Biden original, LL ?

The NYSE Cat:  No.  I am buying all of the continue lying stock and bonds that I can.  Amigo said the entire Democratic Octopus is based on the price of Bitcoin.  These are facts about the Whole Biden Clan Scam–dems and MSM are an integral part.

The MSM continues their lies.  It is not in chronological order.




The Bidens are a sleazy crooked family, so are the MSM, and dems that supported the whole corrupt Democratic Party.



These are from 3-20-22—3-23-22.




Home Depot gets a suspension for a month, until we can figure out if it is company wide or just from Tyrant Trudeau’s Cold North.


This is nothing new.  The MSM chose not to tell us.  Vote for the dems, again.


As Kamala would say, ” In Your Time “.




Some Interesting Facts About The Wizard Of Oz

The Wizard of Oz's Stolen Ruby Slippers Have Finally Been Recovered | Vanity Fair


Dorothy’s ruby red slippers were originally silver.

In L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz books, which are the original Oz stories, Dorothy’s slippers are silver in color. They turned red—and became the most iconic shoes of the century—by the time they slipped onto Dorothy’s feet in the 1939 film.

The actor who played the Wizard of Oz had five roles.

Frank Morgan, the actor who portrayed the Wizard of Oz, the fearsome figure behind the Emerald City curtain, actually appeared in the movie in five different roles. He can also be seen as Professor Marvel (in Kansas), The Gatekeeper (in Oz), The Guard (in Oz), and The Carriage Driver (in Oz).

The Emerald City “horses of a different color” got those colors thanks to Jell-O.

To turn the Emerald City horses their different colors, the production used tints made with Jell-O. This delicious and novel technique ensured that it wouldn’t be harmful to the horses and also provided vibrant colors that would show up in Technicolor.

The original Tin Man had to leave the production.

The first actor cast as the Tin Man was Buddy Ebsen. He isn’t in the final cut of the movie, though. As it turned out, Ebsen was extremely allergic to the aluminum dust used in the paint and face makeup used to turn him into the silver Tin Man. He was replaced by Jack Haley, who we see singing and dancing the part in the movie.

Dorothy’s daughter married the Tin Man’s son.

Judy Garland’s daughter, Liza Minelli, married Jack Haley, Jr.—the son of the actor who played the Tin Man—in 1974, thirty-five years after The Wizard of Oz movie had its premiere.

Bert Lahr’s Cowardly Lion costume was very heavy.

The furry lion costume that the Cowardly Lion actor Bert Lahr wore for the movie was so heavy, and the lights in the studio were so bright, that the actor had to remove it between takes while filming so as not to overheat. It was made of real lion fur and skin, and some reports say it weighed in at 90 pounds. It was auctioned in 2014 and sold for $3 million.

The Tin Man’s tears were made of chocolate syrup.

Movie magic! The early days of movies saw lots of DIY tricks and techniques for creating effects that would show up (and look realistic) on camera. While the Tin Man is said to cry oil in the movie, the tears you see on his silver face onscreen are actually made of chocolate syrup, which looked better on camera at the time.

“Over the Rainbow” almost didn’t make it into the movie.

According to accounts, some of those who participated in the movie’s editing process wanted to cut the now-iconic scene where Judy Garland sings “Over the Rainbow.” Why? They said it slowed the pace of the film and was too sad. We sure are glad they saw the light and left it in.

Shirley Temple was considered for the role of Dorothy Gale.

Before Judy Garland was cast as Dorothy, a role with which she was closely associated ever after, Shirley Temple was considered for the part. It was decided that Shirley was fine in songs like The Good Ship Lollipop, but she could not match the powerful voice of Judy Garland when singing “Over The Rainbow.”

Several directors were involved in the production.

No single director shepherded the film from beginning to end. Norman Taurog first shot test scenes for the production, then Richard Thorpe shot a section of the film in October 1938. Victor Fleming was then brought on to direct in November 1938 and an arduous and tumultuous filming process, which was riddled with injuries, commenced. Finally, King Vidor joined to help finish the film. George Cukor also participated in several creative decisions but is uncredited and had to leave because he was attached to direct Gone with the Wind.


Judy Garland died from an accidental barbiturate overdose in London on June 22, 1969, less than two weeks after her 47th birthday.


Today’s Photos With Stories

“John Thompson was home alone when he had both his arms ripped off in a farming accident. 

However, he still managed to get up and dial for help by holding a pencil in his mouth. He survived and both his arms were reattached.”


A farewell to an entire species: this is a photo of the very last male Northern White Rhino. (2018)


This is what a sunset looks like from space.


“These so-called wine windows were used by vintners in Italy to sell wine during plague pandemics in the 17th century. Now they are coming back to use due to coronavirus.”


This is no ordinary flower – it’s the first flower grown in space.



Astronomy Picture of the Day

Animation: Odd Radio Circles
Credits: Illustration: Sam Moorfield; Data: CSIRO, HST (HUDF), ESA, NASA;
Image: J. English (U. Manitoba), EMU, MeerKAT, DES (CTIO); Text: Jayanne English

Explanation: What do you call a cosmic puzzle that no one expected to see? In this case, Odd Radio Circles, aka ORCs. ORC-1 typifies the enigmatic five objects, only visible at radio frequencies, that were serendipitously discovered in 2019 using the new Australian SKA Pathfinder radio array. The final image in the featured video uses 2021 data from the South African MeerKAT array to reveal more detail. The radio data, assigned turquoise colors, are combined with a Dark Energy Survey optical/IR map. The animated artist’s illustration explores just one idea about the ORCs’ origins. If two supermassive black holes merge in the center of a galaxy, the associated shockwaves could generate rings of radio radiation. These grow to fill the video frame. The video zooms out so the expansion the ORC can be tracked until it is about a million light-years across. Fortunately, the up-coming Square Kilometer Array can help test this and other promising scenarios.

Tomorrow’s picture: open space