Did you hear the story about Dr. Fauci/Mengele and the research on Beagle Puppies?

It seems that our Medical Tyrant has been participating in some drug research, with experiments on beagle puppies.  The agency that Fauci has headed for decades is sponsoring research that involves: injecting and force-feeding 44 beagle puppies between six and eight months old with an experimental drug for several weeks, before killing and dissecting them. …

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FOTD-Cee’s Flower of the Day challenge

This past couple of weeks, I have had occasion to observe two examples of an ancient plant that is still around here on Earth.  The only species of its genus still existing, the Ginkgo tree has been around for over 290 Million Years!  Just think, dinosaurs roamed among these unusual trees.  I saw the first …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #170: Street Art

When my Hubby told me he wanted to drive up to the town of North Bend (Washington), in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, I jumped at the chance.  He had told me about an event going on that involved various blues bands playing at assorted cafes in town-you would buy one ticket for the …

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Maybe some Americans aren’t the Sheep we think they are-fighting vaccination mandates Updated October 11

Everyone should be aware of the two huge issues in the news lately.  One is the cascade of "worker shortages" everywhere, from local bars and restaurants to big airlines, delivery services, and trucking lines.  Everyone is having trouble hiring enough workers, now that things are opening up everywhere after government closures of businesses due to …

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Curvy or Arches: Cee Neuner’s Challenge for this Week!

Ooh, this one is going to be really fun! One of the original photos I posted on my blog, way back when, is a twisty road in Eastern Washington along the Columbia River Gorge.  I have always loved the shrub-steppe terrain there. How about our kitty, curving her body to rest on our barrel chair? …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #168: Seen Better Days

This week's challenge, to show photos of places and things that have seen better days, could start with pictures of myself!  But it won't, sorry.  I will, however, start close to home.  A few blocks away from my house, along the arterial street, is a house that has definitely seen better days.  It's not that …

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Barack Hussein Obama, contributing to the ruination of his adopted city, Chicago

The well-known total narcissism of ex-president Barack Hussein Obama, got some great feedback today, on the subject of his Personal Library in Chicago (NOT his official Presidential Library).  It is not news that the Obama Steamroller flattened opposition from the neighborhood surrounding Jackson Park, to the decimation of numerous trees and other natural features which …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #165: Going Wide (with pride)

I love taking photos of landscapes, since I normally notice the wide view.  I don't have a wide-angle lens for my normal point-and-shoot camera, nor my iPhone, which I have been using for most photography for the past two years.  I used to pooh-pooh all the people who are constantly using their phones to capture …

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Terror on September 11

Twenty years ago, on September 11, 2001, a band of Islamic terrorists wrought havoc on our homeland of America.  They hijacked commercial airliners, and flew them into the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Washington DC, and, due to the courage of the passengers, into a field in Pennsylvania.  Everyone alive today …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #164: Looking Up/Down

Thanks very much to Sofia, who echoes what I always tell my friends, photographers or not.  I make a habit of looking up, wherever I am.  Most people, when they are in a city, walk or drive along looking forward, or down at their phones (which is dangerous!).  I suggest that they take their eyes …

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