Happy Caturday …. “🐱 ‘White Cat on a White Shelf, in a White Basket’ 🐱 …. “!!

~~September 4, 2021~~


This is Frida, my second rescue. You must know her by now. Today she’s got all of the post for herself. Of the two cats I have, she’s the most timid and ‘private’.

She does find the most unique places to take her naps.

This is one of them!



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Meet Mu!

M’gawd, in FloriDUH too!! We have enough with #DeathSantis … “About 2,000 mu cases have been identified in the United States, so far, according to the Global Initiative on Sharing All Influenza Data (GISAID), the largest database of novel coronavirus genome sequences in the world. Most cases have been recorded in California, Florida, Texas and New York among others.”

In Saner Thought

First we had the Covid-19 virus and then it morphed into the Delta variant and now the new variant is called Mu….

This week the World Health Organization named a new “variant of interest” of the coronavirus, called the Mu variant. It was first found in Colombia in January 2021, and has been found in about 39 countries so far.

Mu has changes, called mutations, which mean it might be able to evade some of the protection we get from COVID vaccines.

But one reassuring element is that, despite being around since January 2021, it doesn’t seem to be outcompeting Delta, the dominant variant across most of the world.

If Mu was truly a really bad variant, we would have expected to have started to see indications of this, and we haven’t yet.

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i had a thought …

Sneaky, corrupted SCOTUS and white, controlling men!! … 14th amendment, second part!! – “No State – like, say, Texas – can make or ENFORCE a law that deprives a citizen of their rights under the Constitution. That ‘enforcement’ business is where Texas got cute. The State of Texas doesn’t enforce any abortion ban. Instead, it relies on ordinary citizens to step up and sue the shit out of anybody who performs or aids or abets an abortion. If the Federal government says, “Yo, Texas, c’mon, you know abortions are legal, you can’t do just ban them,” Texas can say, “Hey, it’s not me, I’m not doing anything, I’m just standing here with my hands in my pockets.”


So Texas legislators got clever and cute; they found a way to dodge the civil rights protections that allow pregnant folks control over their reproduction. They cobbled together a devious, shifty way to stop abortions–which, after all, is a safe, legal medical practice they disapprove of for their personal religious reasons.

See, the mechanism by which the courts protected civil rights involved is grounded in the 14th Amendment. That amendment is divided into two chunks. The first chunk defines who qualifies as a US citizen. We can skip that for now. It’s the second chunk we need to pay attention to. The second chunk says…well, hell, just read it:

No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to…

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‘UTOPIA’ …. “🤨 ‘Man Lives in a Society Where Citizens Police Each Other’ 🤨 …. “!!

~~September 4, 2021~~


I found this short film this morning as I scrolled on my phone through all that is out there in the internet spaces that we decide to traverse through. In view of the “Texas Heartbeat Bill’ and the ‘bounty hunters’ it’s created, I thought this is another example of the ‘big brother -neighbor’, if you will.

I’d like to share it with you. Seems to me, it’s kinda scary and quite close to our reality!


Short Film of the Day: Utopia

A man lives in a society where citizens police each other with their mobile phones.

Years in the making, Kosta Nikas’s future warning strikes a chord… cashless cards anyone?

A man returns to his country only to find a society where citizens police each other with their mobile phones and where there is more freedom inside prison rather than outside it.

Director and writer : Kostas Nikas

Stars: Will Gabriel, Adam Hatzimanolis, Magdalena Stamos

~~Published March 12, 2021~~

Honestly this feels like something that could happen in the future, and that’s kind of scary.

YouTube User

(I fully agree!)

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Ever Wonder Why?

White males … supremacy? Stupidity and idiocy – found in the “Y” chromosome, I believe!! … “I think in a lot of our Southern states that’s happening, is this ideology that if you get this vaccine, you’re somehow placating the left part of the political spectrum,” she said, later revealing that, “Our most hesitant population in Tennessee is the white, male, rural conservatives.”

In Saner Thought

Now there is a philosophical question that would keep some wracking their brains to explain.

But for this post I am asking….Why are so many whites against vaccination.

This gives my a chance to inject a bit of history to explain the situation today.

To begin with this type of rhetoric is nothing new for the US…..

“It goes back to the 19th century where you start encountering terms like ‘medical tyranny’, ‘medical liberty,’ ‘natural immunity,’ and it’s conflated with whiteness.”

“The idea is that white people somehow, through their good genes, ‘very good genes’ as Trump would put it, have that immunity,” he said. “So Trump, DeSantis, Abbott, all these folks are pulling on a right-wing populist and religious thread in American life, and pulling it horribly into the present. They didn’t invent it, they exploited it.”


I have noticed at least in my region that the most…

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Walking. With Small Details.

Simple, terribly important details to remember! – Note: Hannah Nicole, A List of Soft Things, for the closing line: I Will remember this.

Live & Learn

Wednesday morning. 5:56 a.m. Temp, mid-70’s. Muggy.

484 consecutive days. Like in a Row. Morning walk at Daybreak @ Cove Island Park.

Now, do you see that ripple in the water, actually a number of ripples, in the bottom quarter of the photo? They’re the equivalent of Rainbow Smelt in Lake Superior. (I think.) 15 years living here, I’ve never noticed these schools of fish. And now, they’re seemingly everywhere. Water rippling, spinning, bubbling. My eyes darting left and right in search of other schools.

I can’t explain it.

They’ve become important.

Anuk Arudpragasam, from A Passage North: “Suddenly the small details that are glossed over in your usual accounting of life took on an almost cosmic significance, as though your fate could be determined by whether or not you remembered to draw water before it became dark, by whether you hurried to catch the…

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Don Winslow Films …. “🤔 #TexasWarOnWomen – ‘Heartbeat Bill’ 🤔 …. “!!

~~September 4, 2021~~


This isn’t new, this has been a long time coming! From many sectors of society, from many angles, from many beliefs. This is only the beginning … my bet!

Under the dark of night, on September 1, the US SCOTUS (over-run by members of the Federalist Society), 3 appointted by ‘the former guy’ – who is as amoral as they come – didn’t actually rule. They wrote a one paragraph statement, which they declined to sign, hence allowing for the Draconian Texas law to go forward – essentially ‘erasing’ Roe v Wade in the state of Texas!! .

SCOTUS is corrupt, it’s tainted, it’s uneven and totally partisan!

On top of that, the enforcement of this ‘law’ has been assigned to bounty hunters, from any state, from any jurisdiction, alloted a 4 year span before their claim expires.


This video speaks for itself!


The new anti-abortion law in Texas is not just about abortion; it is about undermining civil rights decisions made by the Supreme Court during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. The Supreme Court declined to stop a state law that violates a constitutional right.

**The new Texas law gets around the problem of enforcing this law with a trick. It does not put state officers in charge of enforcing it. Instead, it turns enforcement over to individual citizens.**

So, when opponents sued to stop the measure from going into effect, state officials argued that they could not be stopped from enforcing the law because they don’t enforce it in the first place. With this workaround, Texas lawmakers have, as Justice Stephen Breyer noted in his dissent, “delegated to private individuals the power to prevent a woman from … exercising … a federal constitutional right.”

Heather Cox Richardson

American historian and professor of history at Boston College, where she teaches courses on the American Civil War, the Reconstruction Era, the American West, and the Plains Indians. She previously taught history at MIT and the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

~~Published September 3, 2021~~

The anti-abortion movement was originally about segregation.

The moral majority is neither – moral or a majority!


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