The week’s best memes, courtesy of my friend Joe at PoliticallyIncorrectHumor.com

These are just too good to pass up.  Enjoy. Just today, Kaiser Permanante suspended, without pay, over 2,500 of their employees, because they did not submit to the invasive medical procedure of Covid vaccination. My sentiments, exactly. And, finally, one from Joe himself.  Thank you!

Circles and Wheels: This week’s Photo Challenge from Cee Neuner.

I just had to do this one, for my friend Cee, who doesn't live too far from me.  Circles make the world go round (see what I did there?), and trace the roughly-circular orbits of all the planets and their satellites.  Did you know that the ancient Egyptians did not use the wheel?  They found …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #166: Artificial Light

In our technological world, we beat back the darkness with copious artificial light, enabling us humans to utilize 24 of the 24 daily hours we are given.  In fact, there are groups who mourn the zillions of lumens of artificial light that our civilizations pour into the sky.  Personally, I prefer to celebrate the fact …

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A fun and interesting day at the Washington State Fair

In 2020, the Washington State Fair in Puyallup (pronounced Pew-al-up), was canceled, like everything else, due to Covid.  This year, the Almighty Dictatorial Health Nazis in Olympia and Tacoma "let" it go on.  Albeit with a Mask Mandate, requiring that all fair-goers wear a mask, indoors and out, regardless of vaccination status.  What did that …

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At The Fair, a bit of rebellion?

The Washington State Fair, or "The Puyallup Fair", as it is widely known, starts this Friday, September 3, and runs to the end of September.  I just purchased our admission tickets online this afternoon, and they are good for any day.  We are going on Saturday. Hours after I bought our tickets, I learned from …

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Discovering a new park, not far from home.

Periodically, Hubby and I drive from our home in Everett, Washington to the town of Leavenworth, along US Highway 2.  For years, I have noticed the roadside sign, pointing to the exit to Flowing Lake County Park.  I have always wondered what was there at the park, but we were normally in a bit of …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #152: Shade and Shadow

Shadows are cast by people and things, by the Sun.  You often see a person's shadow before you see the person.  It's really hard to sneak up on someone in the bright sunshine!  How often have you seen something you want to photograph, and there's no place to stand where you do not cast a …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #148: Spots and Dots

Hmmmmm... I said to myself.  This one will be difficult (imagine the Sorting Hat talking to Harry Potter).  What is a spot?  A place (garden spot, a picnic spot); a stain on your clothes or your hand (Out, out, Damned Spot! said Lady MacBeth); or just something roundish.  And, what is a dot?  A period …

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