He’s Melting


Summary … because I have no words!! … “Rudy held a press conference where he claimed Joe Biden only won because of massive voter fraud, and blamed it on George Soros, the Clinton Foundation, the deceased Hugo Chavez, the nation of Venezuela, a communist plot, and backed it all up by referencing the film “My Cousin Vinny.”

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This is a bonus cartoon I drew on Thursday evening.

Rudy held a press conference where he claimed Joe Biden only won becaues of massive voter fraud, and blamed it on George Soros, the Clinton Foundation, the deceased Hugo Chavez, the nation of Venezuela, a communist plot, and backed it all up by referencing the film “My Cousin Vinny.”

Than then he face started running. What? Whatever goop he used to dye the remaining strands of hair on his head started running. Maybe he shopped at the same spray-on-hair as Stephen Miller.

In Rudy’s defense though, “My Cousin Vinny” is a really good movie.

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US to shut down famed huge Arecibo space telescope in Puerto Rico jungle


This is heart wrenching!! … clarifying note: there’s no Puerto Rican jungle!! … “A huge US space telescope nestled deep in the Puerto Rican jungle will be shut down after suffering two destructive mishaps in recent months, ending 57 years of astronomical discoveries.”

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The observatory has played a key part in space exploration – and a few movies – but two accidents have rendered the 305m-wide instrument unsafe, Reuters reports.

A huge US space telescope nestled deep in the Puerto Rican jungle will be shut down after suffering two destructive mishaps in recent months, ending 57 years of astronomical discoveries.

Operations at the Arecibo observatory, one of the largest in the world, were halted in August when one of its supportive cables slipped loose from its socket, falling and gashing a 30-metre (100ft) hole in its 305m-wide (1,000ft) reflector dish.

Another cable then broke earlier this month, tearing a new hole in the dish and damaging nearby cables as engineers scrambled to devise a plan to preserve the crippled structure.

The accidents at the site – also famed as the setting for James Bond movie GoldenEye, as well as Contact starring Jodie…

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Pittsburgh-Based Author’s New Novel Explores Puerto Rico’s Past


A ‘must read’ … “Pittsburgh-based author Marisel Vera says she wrote her new novel, “The Taste of Sugar” (Liveright Publishing Corporation), to illuminate Puerto Rico’s history and people. The novel tracks a Puerto Rican farming family from the late 1800s into the early 20th century, when they join an exodus of their countrymen to work on sugar plantations in a pre-statehood Hawaii. The novel is getting national attention, and has drawn positive reviews in publications including The New Yorker and the Washington Post, whose reviewer called it “a masterful work of historical fiction.”

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A report by Bill O’Driscoll for WESA.

Puerto Ricans have been immigrating to the U.S. for generations. Yet many mainlanders know little about this Caribbean island. For example, in 2017, in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, some Americans seemed surprised to learn that Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens.

Pittsburgh-based author Marisel Vera says she wrote her new novel, “The Taste of Sugar” (Liveright Publishing Corporation), to illuminate Puerto Rico’s history and people. The novel tracks a Puerto Rican farming family from the late 1800s into the early 20thcentury, when they join an exodus of their countrymen to work on sugar plantations in a pre-statehood Hawaii. The novel is getting national attention, and has drawn positive reviews in publications including The New Yorker and the Washington Post, whose reviewer called it “a masterful work of historical fiction.”

Vera was born to Puerto Rican immigrants and grew up in Chicago…

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Thursday Thoughts …. “❣️ ‘In Youth and In Age – Learning and Understanding’ ❣️ …. “!!


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YOUTH AND AGE

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Lightly Child, Lightly.


Jackson Browne … “I’ll get up and doo it again!” … don’t we all!!

Live & Learn

…And go to work each day
And when the evening rolls around
I’ll go on home and lay my body down
And when the morning light comes streaming in
I’ll get up and do it again
Amen
Say it again
Amen

—  Jackson Browne, from “The Pretender” (1976)


Notes:

  • Post Title & Inspiration: Aldous Huxley: “It’s dark because you are trying too hard. Lightly child, lightly. Learn to do everything lightly. Yes, feel lightly even though you’re feeling deeply. Just lightly let things happen and lightly cope with them.”

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