Friday, October 30, 2020

Spooked: Election days 2020

An Earth-size planet is careening untethered through the galaxy, scientists find | Live Science

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Thursday, October 29, 2020

Another good campaign sign.

Actually for sale from Etsy, in case you're looking for memorabilia.


BUY 1 GET 1 FREE Not Voting        Is the 1 Cause of Unwanted image 1

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My favorite Biden/Harris campaign sign.

It even rhymes.

Flush the Turd        Trump Nope Sign Biden 2020 Yard Sign Biden image 0
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Political Cartoon: Kamala’s got Trump by the long hairs

Political Cartoon: Kamala's got Trump        by the long hairs
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Monday, October 26, 2020

Election Jack o lantern

From a friend
My friend's granddaughter carved this pumpkin.
This is what Abby carved for Halloween this year. 

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Trump supporters line up here

1 Corinthians 16:14

Let all that you do be done in love.

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Saturday, October 24, 2020

Look! Up in the sky!

Man 1: Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird.
Woman: It's a plane!
Man 2: No, it's Stooperman!

(My apologies to those of you who aren't older than dirt, and to the writers of the 50s TV series.)

Fwd: Trick or treat

(151) Honest Government Ad | Q - YouTube thejiucemedia

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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Blonder than blonde

Almost too painful to watch:
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Friday, October 16, 2020

Commander in Chief, by Demi Lovato

A Lincoln Project video:
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Thursday, October 15, 2020

It all adds up.

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Public Bulletin

Trigonometry                                          CompassAt New York's Kennedy airport today, a person later discovered to be a public school teacher, was arrested trying to board a flight while in possession of a ruler, a protractor, a drafting triangle, a compass, and a calculator.

During a press conference the Attorney General said he believed the man was a member of the notorious al-Gebra movement and the FBI intends to charge him with transporting weapons of math instruction.

"Al-Gebra is a fearsum, transverse cult," the Attorney General said. "As a group they seek means of average solutions by extremes, and sometimes randomly go off on tangents in search of absolute values. A member of al-Gebra may use acute alias such as 'x' or 'y' and refer to himself as an unknown identity, but we have determined that he is likely to belong to a common denominator — the axis of medieval that coordinates in every country." The Attorney General continued, "Al-Gebra functions as a bunch of standard deviations that have been tribal since the time of Noah's arc," a remark that struck a chord with the media. "They are inordinate in terrorism, of that I'm abscissaly sure.

They use degrees of irrational subtrahend to create differences and conditional inequalities among friendly, discriminant nations, leading to arguments and making us less functional and coefficient in attaining our goals. And they have the international mobility of a swarm of loci. Give them an air matrix to inflate and a plot to set it on, and they can live anywhere. If necessary, we will pursue them to the corners of this Earthly sphere."

He complemented this with the supplementary remark, "As the Greek philanderer Isosceles once said, 'Never forget that there are three sides to every triangle, and sometimes two of them are normal.' " The Attorney General added, "As you can tell, I am not diagonally opposed to that prime concept."

When asked to comment on the arrest, President Trump obtusely said, "If God had wanted us to have better weapons of math instruction, He would have given us more fingers and toes. Next to bisectual marriages and those polygonists in Utah, I'm concerned about the significant places of such weapons. Tomorrow I intend to go to the hill and address Congruence about this situation. I have a volume of suggestions and a finite series of common solutions for them to consider."

The President also warned, "These weapons of math instruction are without parallel and have the potential to decimal everything on a scalene never before seen unless we become exponents of an infinity Higher Power and begin to factor-in random facts of kindness. If we enter a phase in which all nations are integrated in all degrees of purpose, that steady state will give us slope for a better tomorrow, and we will all be infinitely better off. In such a case we could have our pi and eat it too."

The President further declared, "I am gratified that we have been given a sine that al-Gebra is protracting this situation with calculusing disregard. Their murky statisticians plan to inflict plane of new dimensions on every sphere of influence," he added. "Under these circumferences, we must differentiate their roots, make our points, draw our lines, and proportionally intersect these people throughout whatever area of the domain they range. And, above all, we must make sure that they can't get their hands on radii active materials. That is one thing you can secant you? What we need is a higher quotient of linguists embedded with our troops so that they can interpolate the gibberish that al-Gebra uses to communicate. If we had that capability, we could periodically reach new limits of success as easily as falling off a natural log. Anything short of that could lead to some real, not imaginary, complex circumstances."

The Secretary of Homeland Security added, "As our Great Leader would say, 'Read my ellipse.' The one angle that I am uncertainty of is that although al-Gebra will probability try to continuously multiply in theorem, their days are numbered as we draw the hypotenuse ever tighter around their necks."


The end of an era?

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Sunday, October 11, 2020

Time to go, #45

November 3, 2020
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Friday, October 9, 2020

The stay-at-home president

Shoo fly!

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Fwd: Cartoon

Monday, October 5, 2020

Fwd: On Choosing a wife

Here's an oldie for you, probably NOT PC:
>   >   > Choosing a wife  >   > A man wanted to get married.  >   > He was having trouble choosing among three likely candidates.   >   > He gives each woman a present of $5,000 andwatches to see what they do with the money.   >   > The first does a total make-over.  >   >   > She goes to a fancy beauty salon, gets her hair done, new make-up and buys several new outfits,  then dresses up very nicely for the man.   > She tells him that she has done this to be moreattractive for him because she loves him so much.   > The man was impressed.   >   >   >   >   > The second goes shopping to buy the man gifts.  >   > She gets him a new set of golf clubs, some newgizmos for his computer, and some expensive  > clothes.   > As she presents these gifts,  she tells him that she has spent  all the money on him because she loves him so much  > Again, the man is impressed.  >   >   > The third invests the money in the stock market.  > She earns several times the $5,000.  > She gives him back his $5,000 and reinvests the remainder in a joint account.  >   > She tells him that she wants to save for theirfuture because she loves him so much.   > Obviously, the man was impressed.   >   >   >   >   > The man thought for a long time about what each woman had done with the money he'd given her.  >   >   >   > Then, he married the one with the biggest boobs.  >   >   > Men are like that, you know.   >   >   >   > There is more money being spent on breast implants and Viagra today than on Alzheimer's  > research. This means that by 2040, there should be a large elderly population with perky boobs and huge erections and  > absolutely no recollection of what to do with either of them.    >   >   >

Welcome to the White House

Tump's statement today about COVID.

To #45:

Enough, already. I no longer care whether you live or die, just please shut the hell up.

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Pictures you'll seldom see.



2. This is where the great wall of China ends.

4. The lava lake of the continuously active volcano Erta Ale, Ethiopia.

5. A FedEx Boeing 757, without any cargo.

6. This is the clearest photograph of Mercury that has ever been taken.

8. These things are octopus eggs.

9. What the Northern Lights look like from space.

10. Bavarian town of Nordlingen built in a 14 million year old meteor impact crater

11. This is an illustrated grocery list Michelangelo would create for his illiterate servants.

12. This is a view from Mars.

13. Inside one of Googles data center Mechanical Systems .

14. A look at Hitler 's office.

15. These are the teeth of George Washington.

16. A ginormous statue of Genghis Khan in Mongolia.

17. A comparison showing fat vs muscle.

18. This is the desk of Albert Einstein just a few hours after his death.

19. This is Daytona Beach in 1957.

20. Climbers going up Mount Everest in 2013.

21. Cancer cells under  microscope.

22. Bagger 288, the largest land vehicle in the world.

23. An aerial view of a tire dump.

24. A watch belonging to Akito Kawagoe which stopped at 8:15, the exact time of the Hiroshima bombing in 1945.

25. A 360 rainbow, which was captured from an airplane.

26. A zoomed in view of the human tongue.

27. A huge dust storm just before it hit Australia in 2013.

28. A geyser just barely before it erupted.

29. A cross-section of an undersea cable

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