I think so, Brain … I heard that some of the Smurfs have been trying to find work with Blue Man Group.
This image of Ceres was taken by the Dawn spacecraft on 19 February from a distance of around(46,000 km). As the probe has drawn closer to the dwarf planet, we’ve been seeing bright spots on the surface. This picture shows that the brightest spot on Ceres has a dimmer companion which seems lies in the same basin. More will be revealed soon. Dawn will enter orbit around Ceres in a few days.
Image Credit: NASA
I think so, Brain … but wouldn’t be unfair to both to have Barney room with Jar-Jar?
Yesterday’s TKPOD presented some golden oldie tweets from members of Team Kimberlin in which they made fools of themselves forecasting the results of their lawfare. Here are some more 2013 howlers from the Team.The first is Bill Schmalfeldt’s announcement that he would put up an obscene picture with my face photoshopped into it in retaliation for the photographer who owns the copyright to the headshot I use on the Hogewash! About page filing a DMCA takedown notice against the Cabin Boy’s™ infringing use of the image. That tweet was massively useful in convincing the powers-that-be that the Cabin Boy™ was likely to continue harassing me and that the first peace order should be extended.
The second is an exchange between Bunny Boy and Stacy McCain. Osborne was trying to float the idea that Stacy hit on Tetyana Kimberlin when a group of us had lunch together following one of the hearings about the dueling protective orders between her and her husband. He was also trying to keep the rumor that Mrs. Kimberlin is mentally ill alive. Both allegations are pure BS.
The third is the Cabin Boy’s™ wishful thinking concerning the outcome of the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit and/or the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness. So far, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is the only one who has lost anything, although he has not yet paid the sanction owed because of his attempt to diddle with discovery in the Walker, et al. suit. I still have my house, and Brett Kimberlin still lives in his mother’s basement. And I am not the one whose wife has left him.
Foolishness. Crassness. Ugliness. That’s Team Kimberlin. Oh, yeah, and stupidity.
Irony limits, finitizes, and circumscribes and thereby yields truth, actuality, content; it disciplines and punishes and thereby yields balance and consistency.
I could do a rather extensive series on the subject of Parkinson’s Disease based on my personal experience with a close relative. However, I have other things on my plate and will defer the subject to people such as Rick Buchanan.