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Teaching children about time



Chick-fil-A is the winner again.

You heard it here, second.


Decimals do matter.  We have been so busy trying to change your kids into homosexual mutants that we overlooked one aspect of basic math, said a leading union teacher.


The Equine Editor:  Do you want a pony, LL ?

I Was Kidding Cat:  I was lying.  I think I am talking about horses.  The groups involved appear to control the numbers and not let them over produce, starve, and destroy the environment.

TEE:  Why did you use pony in your title, IWKC ?

It sounds so innocent and cute, like undocumented instead of illegal.  Here is one thing our 30 million illegal immigrants missed, speaking English.

Stacey will need a Budweiser Draft Horse to ride off into the embezzlement sunset.  Gavin is the Metrosexual Man.

Gavin has no clean cities.


Trump is hated because he isn’t a professional politician, isn’t bought and paid for by lobbyist and China, and puts America First.

The state politicians are just as crooked as the national bunch.  American voters deserve to die poor.

There you go–vote for Joe, or any Democrat.

The Dutch have more love of freedom than Americans.


If the murderers haven’t moved to Westhampton Beach, Long Island, New York this is a beautiful home.

I have never seen high ranking politicians or rich people have their names released.

We will see.

People can be toxic, they are energy Draculas.

Another lie from the media.

The View hasn’t told the truth in 10 years.


Astronomy Picture of the Day

North Celestial Tree
Image Credit & Copyright: Jeff Dai (TWAN)

Explanation: An ancient tree seems to reach out and touch Earth’s North Celestial Pole in this well-planned night skyscape. Consecutive exposures for the timelapse composition were recorded with a camera fixed to a tripod in the Yiwu Desert Poplar Forests in northwest Xinjiang, China. The graceful star trail arcs reflect Earth’s daily rotation around its axis. By extension, the axis of rotation leads to the center of the concentric arcs in the night sky. Known as the North Star, bright star Polaris is a friend to northern hemisphere night sky photographers and celestial navigators alike. That’s because Polaris lies very close to the North Celestial Pole on the sky. Of course it can be found at the tip of an outstretched barren branch in a postcard from a rotating planet

Tomorrow’s picture: aurora australis