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Dogs are from Sirius. Cats are from Canopus. Cat Lady is from Loopius.

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The 24 million dollar boondoggle that was the Senate 'investigation' becomes fodder for American comedian:

http://www.cknw.com/2015/06/15/80539/?sc_ref=facebook

I'm thinking the ''Tale of Brau'' as presented by Loopy Lady may be an allegorical tale for Caitlin Jenner. Just sayin'....

"Dogs are from Sirius."

I named my Olde English Bulldogge Sirius. People say, "You named him from Harry Potter?"
I say, "No, I've never read or seen Harry Potter."
They say, "You named him after the radio station?" I say, "No, I named him after the star."

I tell them, "Sirius is a binary star, that shines with the brightness of two stars."
When people say, "Star light, star bright, the first star I see tonight", that star is most likely Sirius because Sirius is twice as bright as the other stars and is seen first because of that.
Sirius is also the last star visible in the morning for the same reason.

Sirius is in the constellation Canis Major, the Big Dog.
My Sirius, a purebred Olde English Bulldogge, was born of a 50lb. sire and a 55lb. dam.
He is 80bls. of solid muscle. Sirius likes to chase and retrieve Chuckit whistle balls and Zipflites.
He is fast.
I wish I knew a way I could show pictures of him here.

How about postimage.org?
I'm sure that a lot of us would love to see a photo or two.

How about postimage.org?
I'm sure that a lot of us would love to see a photo or two.

Toxoplasma Gondii. It's what's for dinner.

I know this will shock many readers but somehow the sun could affect climate change and rising sea levels.......in millimeters.

http://business.financialpost.com/fp-comment/carbon-week-the-sun-raises-the-seas

97% of climate scientists employed by the IPCC have never heard of the sun since it is not factored into any computer models.

Can't release the results until the numbers can be manipulated to show favorable results, which is difficult since no one understands it or the logic behind it.

http://www.seattletimes.com/education-lab/state-cant-explain-slowdown-on-scoring-of-new-tests/

Yeah, there's always been camp followers...like women cops who have to have a man handy to handle the tough situations.

Check this out!!

The CBC runs an online poll on ''Power and Politics.'' Following the announcement by Boy Trudeau that if elected, he will bring in online voting, the CBC asks this question. ''How do you prefer to vote??'' Well guess what folks. for some strange reason, technical difficulties mysteriously occur!!

I personally think it's a Poll gone wrong for the Liberals!

http://www.cbc.ca/news/power-politics-ballot-box-question-electoral-reform-1.3116159

Thanks Greg G. I'll see what I can do in a bit...

California Water Cuts Leave City Days Away From Running Out Of Water.

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Now that the Pope believes in Climate Change,
When will Gov. Jerry Brown ask Californians to have a day of prayer?

Because Marx had a son 'memed' Freud.

"Father’s Day, that wonderful occasion when we celebrate our dads, is a time when all of us who have terrific dads need to feel sorry for atheists. It’s not such a happy day for them. That’s the take-away from a book called Faith of the Fatherless: the Psychology of Atheism by psychology professor Paul Vitz who examines the lives of militant atheists and concludes that at the heart of their disbelief lies a disappointing and sometimes abusive experience with the atheist’s earthly dad. Having felt no love from their own dads, they just can’t believe in a God the Father who loves them."

http://townhall.com/columnists/joyoverbeck/2015/06/17/this-fathers-day-hug-an-atheist-n2012944

"The evidence suggests that rather than being based on any superior rationality or intellect as they would have us believe, militant atheists’ objection to and even hatred of the very idea of God may be largely rooted in their childhood psychology and dad-deprivation. Thus, they are prisoners of their own irrational personal psychology, the same weakness of which they accuse the religious believer."

Totally agree, but if Lawson hasn't already submitted his retirement request, I bet he does before the week is out!

Good Link.

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My wife always gets Mothers Day Cards with beautiful poems about Mothers and God,
raised emblems, Roses, Butterfly's, Blue Birds, etc. etc.

I always get a card showing some fat guy lying on the beach,
or in front of the TV with a beer in his hand,
last year it had a funny comment about how Dad loves his lawnmower.

Anyway...

At least I can look forward to a great funeral, lots of music, flowers, crying.
Maybe not? Just a cremation.. ha.

"Sirius is a binary star, that shines with the brightness of two stars."

Sirius is bright because it is close to Earth. While it is a binary, Sirius B is a white dwarf and not very bright. You need a big telescope to see it.

Venus, while a planet, is known as the evening and morning star. I and others have taken evasive action to avoid hitting it. I also know a few who used a lot of motion lotion to try to catch up with Venus.

Lawson is sure getting hammered in the comments. Some people just can't stand to hear the truth that the wiring and plumbing is different. That said, there is no excuse for unwanted attention of any sort.

Liberal Wynnetario.

Mao* Strong Report.

“I can be in a position to promote both jurisdictions for the benefit of the people."

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"INVESTIGATION
The making of Michael Chan"

"Michael Chan is a rare politician. Ontario’s minister of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade considers himself a middleman between domestic and foreign interests, a commercial conduit between his province and the Middle Kingdom."

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/the-making-of-michael-chan/article24994796/

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"Closer Look: How a Child Comes to Pen the Words 'Death Has Been My Dream'

Four siblings abandoned by their parents recently killed themselves in a poor province of China. The tragedy is hard to understand, but the solutions aren't"

http://english.caixin.com/2015-06-15/100819399.html

*Liberal Justine's favourite dictator.

You may not be interested in communist Franny's AGW war; but, communist Franny's AGW war is interested in you*.

Pacem in terris is not Franny's motto.

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"This group is waging war on the Pope's climate change plans"

http://cnnphilippines.com/world/2015/06/18/Heartland-Institute-Pope-Francis.html

*H/T Leon Trotsky

AGW RIP.

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"Why don't Canadians care about climate change?"

"Canada ranked 82 out of 210 countries on the subject of climate change, not that far ahead of the U.S., which took the 98th place.

Canada's interest in the environment doesn't appear to be that high either, ranking 96 out of 210 countries."

http://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/articles/map-countries-most-and-least-interested-in-climate-change/52853/

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