Don’t list your Alma Mater on your resume.
This can apply to many in your life.
Joe knows border patrol. It’s as secure as Nancy’s home in San Fran Ball Peen-o.
What an evil monkey.
The Not Evil Editor: What is evil, LL ?
The Religious Evil Cat: Here is one viewpoint from the Qur’an.
I like the noun reference.
This appears to be a legal firearm in Texas.
The Walshe Diary.
The Secret Service approves every visitor that Joey & Jill receive. They are liars, but we know that. Impeach him !!!!!! Use his neighbors security cameras recordings.
Use doors like this to see who wants in to give their bribe. Fetterman is the driver.
It must be Yogi, where is Boo Boo ? He is in the White House.
Aloha, Hola, and Shalom to the Wokesters & “SO”.
New species are named.
I bet ole Joe didn’t pay taxes on the half-million he washed for Hunter.
I wonder if Washington State’s progressive-woke criminal policies encourage stupid people, like this guy ? He should go to McDonald’s.
I miss Ted Turner.
I wish this for America’s home grown enemies. I write about them every day.
Lying and using the courts to make laws has become institutionalized—–start over.
Explanation: The two dominant galaxies near center are far far away, 12 million light-years distant toward the northern constellation of the Great Bear. On the right, with grand spiral arms and bright yellow core is spiral galaxy M81. Also known as Bode’s galaxy, M81 spans some 100,000 light-years. On the left is cigar-shaped irregular galaxy M82. The pair have been locked in gravitational combat for a billion years. Gravity from each galaxy has profoundly affected the other during a series of cosmic close encounters. Their last go-round lasted about 100 million years and likely raised density waves rippling around M81, resulting in the richness of M81‘s spiral arms. M82 was left with violent star forming regions and colliding gas clouds so energetic that the galaxy glows in X-rays. In the next few billion years, their continuing gravitational encounters will result in a merger, and a single galaxy will remain. This extragalactic scenario also includes other members of the interacting M81 galaxy group with NGC 3077 below and right of the large spiral, and NGC 2976 at upper right in the frame. Captured under dark night skies in the Austrian Alps, the foreground of the wide-field image is filled with integrated flux nebulae. Those faint, dusty interstellar clouds reflect starlight above the plane of our own Milky Way galaxy.
Tomorrow’s picture: light-weekend