Friendly Friday Fillins

20170506_163707_0011. My favorite cereal is the milk part, but the staff says it isn’t healthy for an adult cat… The Professor says I should tell you that he loves it when Honey Nut Cheerios get spilled.

2. My prom never happened… cats don’t have these things, but Ms. Munchkin will be going to the 8th grade prom. Does that count?

M43. The annoying thing about some humans is that they don’t seem to know what they think.. take the news, for instance: months ago certain individuals were angry at one man, and said he should be fired, but then, when he did get fired, the same individuals said that was wrong! I don’t know if they simply like to complain or what.

4. I cannot help Purrseidon civilize that angry bunny, Halo but hasenpfeffer stew is always an option.

This post is participating in Friendly Fill-Ins, which is hosted by McGuffy’s Reader & 15andmeowing – on Thursdays, they asked these 4 fill in the blank questions:

1. My favorite cereal is _________________.C7Ogl7eXgAIKZSw

2. My prom ____________________.

3. The _________________ thing about _________________is _________________.

4. I cannot help_________________ but_________________.

Eta Aquarid

Dear Furiends,mtele

The Eta Aquarid meteor shower is the first of two showers that occur each year as a result of Earth passing through dust released by Halley’s Comet, with the second being the Orionids. The point from where the Eta Aquarid meteors appear to radiate is located within the constellation Aquarius. Sadly, this location is a bit of a detriment to observers, because this area of this sky only rises an hour or so before morning twilight begins.

Every year, the earliest Eta Aquarids can be seen around April 21 and they persist until about May 12; however, the number of meteors you are likely to see will be low until around the time of the peak on May 5/6. At this time, observers in the Northern Hemisphere are likely to see about 10 meteors every hour, while Southern Hemisphere observers will see about 30 per hour.

Keep an eye on the sky, dear furiends!

Mr. M =^.^=

Perseid meteor shower

Random Facts: The Sun

Ramblings of the Claury

The Sun is enormous – its mass comprises over 99.8 percent of the entire solar system. Its diameter is about 865,000 miles and it weighs as much as 330,000 Earths.

The Sun is 75 percent hydrogen which fuses into helium, releasing energy heating its core.

Technically, the Sun is a yellow dwarf star which in a few billion years will become a red giant then a white dwarf.

The Sun is about 93 million miles from Earth; its light takes 8min 20sec to reach us.

The Earth orbits the Sun and the Sun orbits the centre of the Milky Way galaxy. Its speed is about 230km (142 miles) a second.

The Greek philosopher Anaxagoras suggested that the Sun is not the chariot of the god Helios. He was also the first to explain that the Moon shines with light reflected from the Sun.

The Peruvian currency is called the “sol”…

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The Terra Debacle: Prisoners at Area 51 Coming Soon!

Dear Furiends,
If you like plants and/or Sci-fi, you’ll probably love Thyron, who is a very smart, alien plant and one of my purrsonal favorite characters. While I’m told this book will ‘stand alone’ sequentially if follows The Terra Debacle: Prisoners at Area 51 (Star Trails Tetralogy Book 7) , which is an economical 99 cents.
Happy reading, dear furiends!
Mr. M =^.^=

Marcha's Two-Cents Worth

2064947 - area 51The Terra Debacle: Prisoners at Area 51 by Marcha A. Fox

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is my “latest and greatest” in the Star Trails series. Anyone who’s read “A Dark of Endless Days” may have wondered what happened to Thyron and Aggie while they were detained at Area 51. Well, this is that story. If you’re a sci-fi, UFO, Area 51, botanist, or alien encounter fan, I think you’ll like it. It’s got quite a bit of humor and a few teasers for stories yet to come. Get it for only 99c during the pre-order period that ends May 30 with its official release.

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Dear Furiends,maa

Early-early this morning, we were rousted out of bed by the door bell – Pops was startled to see a police officer wearing a Kevlar vest…. The officer apologized for waking us (guess the bed-head gave Pops away). Apparently, last night there were a ‘rash of car break-ins in our neighborhood’. (Our vehicle was locked in the garage, so it was safe. However, the eagle-eyed officer noticed that we had security cameras and wondered if they might show the street. — Yes, sir!) Not a great view, but enough to let us know when someone steps on our property and while the cameras show some of the street, they don’t actually show much of the neighbors’ houses. However, the officer was thrilled to find functional cameras and had a fine time checking last night’s archives. While it wasn’t the best picture, he now knows that a white pickup truck was involved…. He took our security cameras’ hard drive to make a recording & promised to return it, later today.
While I don’t know which cars were violated and/or what was taken, apparently about 20 were broken into.
Our ‘neighborhood butt-in-ski’ was out for a walk, just a bit ago, and smugly stated, “Bet a lot of garages get the clutter cleaned out this weekend.”  I betcha she is correct.*;) winking
Pops’ reaction to the unexpected event was changing our cameras to the newer, more precise ones he’d purchased a few weeks ago, but hadn’t gotten around to switching with the older ones. In addition to our neighborhood garages getting decluttered, so the cars can park inside. I betcha more houses get new security systems and surveillance cameras.
So, the lesson, dear furiends, is to make sure you and your family protect the important things. Many of our neighbors have cars, which are apparently worth thousands of DSC02103dollars, parked in their driveways, while their garages are jam-full of ‘stuff’, much of it broken – the total actual value is probably only a small fraction of their car’s value.
Mom doesn’t like clutter and swears by eBay, Craigslist, Good Will and Habitat for Humanity… She says using one of those turns clutter into space and cash, though apparently the later two options are tax deductions, which are more complicated to turn into cash…. If you wonder what I’m talking about, the jpg on the left is a neighbor’s garage. I assure you that Purr and I would not allow our staff to collect so much unused stuff!
Mr. M =^.^=