A Very Wise Quote…..





I would give one of my nine lives and one spot of the different colors on my fur to see this happen in D.C., White House, and a Joint Session of Congress.



One day the real history of the media, Trump, and sorry Bidens will be exposed.



I hope the Republicans listen to this author, Youngkin, or DeSantis.



You aren’t safe anywhere.


This isn’t surprising.


Find the snake.


Newsom, Nancy’s Nephew, is an arrogant blowfly.  Who was the unidentified witness in Paul Pelosi’s accident ?  Was it a birthing person ?



When do we stop protecting Europe?  Let them defend themselves.


Some sports news.


Great work in Wisconsin.  Take back the local political offices.


Biden should be impeached for lying 24 hours a day.  This pony show is for the msm and the 30% of his base that are retarded.



The Uvalde police chief deserves what he gets.




Hopefully, the Nancy puss filled Monkey Pox runny sore train is about to reach the end of the track.  Was there a birthing person in Paul’s passenger seat when he totaled 2 cars ?




The Fashion Editor:  What do cats know about clothes, LL ?

The Fresh Smelling Cat:   Cats love freshly cleaned and dried clothes.  Here is a brief history of clothes.


Underwear has an interesting history.


To quote Cardi B, President of the Oxford English Dictionary and Disney, two under-wears and one jump suit for 5 months in prison is cruel and unusual.


It’s customary to not wear underwear in public. 


Paper Bank

There was a university in New England where the students operated a “bank” of term papers and other homework assignments. There were papers to suit all needs. You had your choice of papers for an A-grade, B-grade, and C-grade.

A student who had spent the weekend on pursuits other than her assignment, went to the bank and took out a paper for a C-grade. She went home, retyped it, and handed it in.

In due time she received it back with the grade of an ‘A’. The professor left the following comment, “I wrote this paper myself twenty years ago. I always thought it should have received an A, so now I am glad to give it one.”

Lemon Pickers Needed

Lemon Picker | Andelino's Weblog

After reading an ad in the newspaper, Ms. Sally Mulligan of Coral Springs, Florida decided to apply for one of the jobs that most Americans are not willing to do. She submitted her application for a job in a Florida lemon grove, but seemed far too qualified for the job. She has a liberal arts degree from the University of Michigan, and a master’s degree from Michigan State University. For a number of years, she had worked as a social worker, and also as a school teacher.

The foreman studied her application, frowned, and said, “I see that you are well educated, and have an impressive resume. However, I have to ask you, have you had any actual experience in picking lemons?”

“Well, as a matter of fact, I have,” she said. “I’ve been divorced three times, owned two Chrysler’s, voted twice for Obama, once for Hillary and once for Biden.”

She starts work tomorrow.



Astronomy Picture of the Day

Andromeda over the Sahara Desert
Credit & Copyright: Jordi Coy

Explanation: What is the oldest thing you can see? At 2.5 million light years distant, the answer for the unaided eye is the Andromeda galaxy, because its photons are 2.5 million years old when they reach you. Most other apparent denizens of the night sky — stars, clusters, and nebulae — appear as they were only a few hundred to a few thousand years ago, as they lie well within our own Milky Way Galaxy. Given its distance, light from Andromeda is likely also the farthest object that you can see. Also known as M31, the Andromeda Galaxy dominates the center of the featured zoomed image, taken from the Sahara Desert in Morocco last month. The featured image is a combination of three background and one foreground exposure — all taken with the same camera and from the same location and on the same calendar day — with the foreground image taken during the evening blue hour. M110, a satellite galaxy of Andromenda is visible just above and to the left of M31’s core. As cool as it may be to see this neighboring galaxy to our Milky Way with your own eyes, long duration camera exposures can pick up many faint and breathtaking details. Recent data indicates that our Milky Way Galaxy will collide and combine with the similarly-sized Andromeda galaxy in a few billion years.

Tomorrow’s picture: noctilucent tower