Good Night Now…Saturday in the Park



People need two jobs to pay bills.

It’s not a disease anymore, it’s an infection.  Whew !!!


Maybe it’s an infection.


The Getting Serious Editor:  Who is in the news, LL ?

The I Identify As A Frog Cat:  First up is the group, squad, gang, or loud mouths.

New York is trying to protect children online.

If Marijuana is a class 1 drug, what happened to Fentanyl ?


I hope the elephants remember.

If Joe was your uncle, at a family gathering, you would keep your daughters away from him.


Republicans in the HOR should already be writing this toad’s impeachment papers, for January of 2023.


These politicians must be elected by monkeys.  I guess teachers are the ” Pedophiles of your child’s future “.

Democrats are your children’s guiding light.  Our younger readers can see two things from the intro–an old washing machine with wringers.  This is where the saying ” don’t your ti* caught in a wringer ” originated.  Another outdated concept discussed was marriage.

America has more different people with mental disorders than any other country.

Hopefully Karma will visit Fauci before he can be indicted.

It is sad when billionaires divorce.

Those Iranians are boogers.

The pony is a pooper.

Poor Jill.

Good Stuff

It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves, that will make them successful human beings. –Ann Landers

If you want your children to turn out well, spend twice as much time with them, and half as much money. –Abigail Van Buren

Build your own dreams, or someone else will hire you to build theirs. –Farrah Gray

The battles that count aren’t the ones for gold medals. The struggles within yourself–the invisible battles inside all of us–that’s where it’s at. –Jesse Owens

Education costs money. But then so does ignorance. –Sir Claus Moser



Good Ones….


Astronomy Picture of the Day

Milky Way Auroral Flower
Image Credit & Copyright: Göran Strand

Explanation: Could the stem of our Milky Way bloom into an auroral flower? No, not really, even though it may appear that way in today’s featured all-sky image. On the left, the central plane of our home galaxy extends from the horizon past the middle of the sky. On the right, an auroral oval also extends from the sky’s center — but is dominated by bright green-glowing oxygen. The two are not physically connected, because the aurora is relatively nearby, with the higher red parts occurring in Earth’s atmosphere only about 1000 kilometers high. In contrast, an average distance to the stars and nebulas we see in the Milky Way more like 1000 light-years away – 10 trillion times further. The featured image composite was taken in early October across a small lake in Abisko, northern Sweden. As our Sun’s magnetic field evolves into the active part of its 11-year cycle, auroras near both of Earth’s poles are sure to become more frequent.

Tomorrow’s picture: galaxy grab