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The cops who claimed they got poisoned milk shakes should have known that the “Trump Koronavirus Killer” shake probably had bleach in it. Given the sugar, fat, and cholesterol in a milk shake, people who ride around in cars all day should realize the regular shakes are their own form of poison, especially when ordered with a double bacon cheeseburger and the large fries. 😈

Speaking of COVID-19, the graphic under the weather widget on my left sidebar will lead you to the real statistics of the outbreak in Florida including the number of ICU beds available. Rebekah Jones, the individual who was fired by the state government for not being willing to alter data on the official Florida site she created, created the new site. She knows where to find the data. The data is public, but you have to know where it’s located on the web.


1 Kryten42 { 06.24.20 at 7:13 pm }

“this & That” is a good thread for… This & that! 😆🤷‍♂️

here… One of my T friends has a really chatty kitty! She’s working long hours because of COVID-19. It’s good she has a chatty kitty to welcome her home. 🙂


2 Bryan { 06.24.20 at 10:26 pm }

My little girl is unable to make much of any sound, but her brother will occasionally break the silence to make his presence known. Sox was the singer among my cats, and we could talk to eat other for half and hour. It’s nice to have a cat to interact with you after a long day on the job. It allows you to shift gears and chill out.

3 Kryten42 { 06.25.20 at 7:43 am }

Mom had the most prolific *talker* kittie I’ve ever known. A big Siamese male. He had a loud voice when he demanded attention could often sound like a baby crying! Which was soooo annoying! His sister would get so annoyed occasionally, she’d give him a hard smack to shut up! Then they’d play chase for awhile. She could talk too, just didn’t very much. Kitties are weird. 😉 😀

NYT have put together an article with very useful animated graphics to show how COVID-19 is believed to have started & spread across the USA:
How the Virus Won

4 Bryan { 06.25.20 at 10:35 pm }

That’s very typical Siamese behavior, especially for males. The monks trained them as temple guards and the loud screechy voices were alarm bells. If you go to the shrines in Thailand you’ll see groups of them wandering around. As house cats they still display many of their guarding traits, especially the vocalizations.