This week, there have been some excellent stories on the state of the governments' plans to require everyone to drive electric cars. The state of Washington had already passed their law that prohibits the sale or registration of gasoline-powered cars by 2035 (please note that the year WAS 2030, and now, for some reason, it …
Month: August 2022
My favorite season, Autumn, can’t come too soon. #WordlessWednesday
Years ago, Victoria BC. Here's the link to Terri's Original Post.
Quote of the day: Dangerous Water
Water is everywhere. If you turn the tap in your kitchen or bathroom, what flows out of the faucet is drinkable water (at least in most places). City water all over America is normally inexpensive and available for people and animals to drink. Depending on where you are, the tap water may be "hard" or …
I really think this meme says it all.
Time to stop obeying the government mandates. Call out the double-standard of so-called justice.
Photos of the day: Ornamental Peppers
I spotted these on a display outside my local grocery store this afternoon. They are so very colorful! They would brighten up any room.
Now proven: Social Media platforms are now a branch of the Federal Government
Just recently, on a Joe Rogan podcast, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook), admitted that the FBI had come to them in late 2020, to warn them that the story regarding the laptop computer owned by Hunter Biden (son of Joe Biden), might be "Russian disinformation". So, Facebook buried the story from the …
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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #214: Favorite Finds
To start with, these favorite finds are all from this month of August, 2022. I have a great liking for clouds, and I keep an album on my computer of just cloud photos. I was impressed with these wispy clouds around Colonial Peak in the North Cascades, when we visited the Diablo Lake Overlook on …
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Does this sound like America today?
I read Ayn Rand's huge novel, Atlas Shrugged, in high school, and I liked it then. And it seems pretty pertinent now. Here is a quote from that book. To me, it sounds like what is going on in our country today. In my opinion, Americans need to wake up and resist the not-so-gradual enslavement …
Photo of the Day. Cooling off.
This paddle-board was spotted in late July on Beaver Lake near Bellevue, Washington. It's the first time I had ever seen three on one board. Priceless, don't you agree?
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LongCat #1 LongCat #2 Have a nice day everyone.