Sunday, May 31, 2020

Last shave of May.

I can see the bottom of the tub of The Wow Signal, one of my all time fav's.  Once it's gone, it'll be a fond memory, but I figure I have maybe six or seven shaves left with it.

Meanwhile, the newest aftershave, Northern Elixer, is like a two by four to the face.  Invigorating.

Anybody know what kind of bird this one is?

Mars Curiosity Rover at Murray Buttes. Looks like a scene from Star Wars.

Glass "murrine" made by artist Loren Stump. Each color in the piece was carefully layered to create this "loaf" which was then sliced. Each slice sold for $5000.

Amazing.  5K is probably not enough.

This is the Vellela, a small free floating hydrozoan. It's currently the only known species in the genus.

I offer Irving FInkel for your Sunday entertainment and edification

F-117's flying missions of some kind again over SoCal.

The mission was anything but clandestine, with the F-117s in tow behind the tanker cruising directly over central Los Angeles and Long Beach in clear skies before heading out to sea. This is an unprecedented action by the usually very shy and officially retired Nighthawks. On Monday, they took a similar route, but it was above the cloud layer. The down-range activity also occurred a bit further south of where it happened on Monday, in an area commonly used by American carrier strike groups spinning up for deployment. It also looks as if the F-117s spent a bit more time playing with the assets in that area this time around. 

That moment you realize you've been in quarantine way too long


The Unhappy Surprise

Bitey Animals - Even the critters are angry and hostile

Where'd the house go???

Wuhan Flu, riots....things can't get worse, can they?

Saturday, May 30, 2020

Almost....but no cigar

So True

Whiskers is bitey today

End of the line

Get. Out. Of. The. Water!

Anti-Dystopian Scrap Repairable Broken Ground Travel Crab

Post-TEOTWAWKI Long Range Trek Vehicle

Yes, lemons are sour


Good Eatin

Made in Oregon, USA

Situational awareness is important

Curtiss P-40N Warhawk, which became the 15,000th serial fighter produced by Curtiss. 1943.

Looooook into my eyes (read in Bela Lugosi voice)


Ok, no protection, and there's a low but still non-zero risk that that flake she's grabbing breaks off.


In The Beginning....

Might have a gas leak.


Explaining Minneapolis

And it is exactly what you thought.

Here in Caliapolis ( or should it be Minnefornia?) , it's my understanding that you can blatantly steal up to 950 bucks from a store and it's a parking ticket.

Why do the Progs think in this destructive way no matter where they are?  Is this ideology not far worse than the Wuhan virus?  More importantly, how to we remove their way of thinking from our country and our people?
This is a deer sneezing... from r/interestingasfuck

Friday, May 29, 2020

In a scene that was probably unthinkable when the B-1B first entered service in the 1980s, a pair of the bombers flew together with Ukrainian Su-27 Flanker and MiG-29 Fulcrum fighter jets for the first time ever during a training mission over the Black Sea

Ok for one, but I like the set up and the Winter camping.

Could this be the tent?

A Bell X-2 skids to a landing at Edwards Air Force Base, April 22, 1952.

Superman blows his cover

Those gas prices....

Jack Nicholson relaxing and looking barely old enough to drive, January 1, 1969.

It was a soft landing

Intelligent Freckles

Big pine struck by lightning

It's magic

Reflexes, he has them.

Hahahaha! Foolish dog.

Always good to have