Category Archives: Just for Fun

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60 Years Later

60 Years later

National Geographic has recently produced a 3-part documentary on JFK, One Day in America. I give it high marks and it is available to stream on Hulu or Sling. I decided to do some research on the 1960 election results. Kennedy won the EC easily, but the popular vote only slightly. Despite being a civil rights advocate he carried the South. Notice that Nixon took the more liberal Pacific coast states. How the political landscape has changed,

Learning English is easy, or is it?

Learning English is easy, or is it?

The following are just a few examples. There are hundreds.

Which witch is it?

I want to get two too.

Did you hear that here?

Bye and bye I went by to buy a gift by myself.

I will accept donations except when they are from you.

Whether or not the weather is good we will still go.

Their dog is over there but they’re not happy.          The bear was bare.

I won the only one.  My big break was not when my brake malfunctioned.

You are not allowed to say that aloud.

The Capitol building is located in the Capital city. Principals have principles.

A tear in my shirt caused my eyes to tear. Wind me up before the wind blows.

As lead prospector, it led me to find lead. While bass fishing I listened to music with a lot of bass.

While camping in the desert there was no dessert. I’m addressing you! What is your address?

I need to balance my books but my account balance is off. I was content with the website’s content.

Today is the date that I am asking her on a date. Even a novice is capable of playing to a score of even.

Just let me know what you think is just. It only took 2 minutes to record the minutes of the meeting.

I play rugby and I also enjoyed my son’s school play. I record all my activities and enjoy a Beattle record.

Water World   

Water World                                                                                                                                                         Rare planet found twice the size of Earth that could be entirely covered by an ocean

Article by Harry Fletcher

A rare planet has been discovered hundreds of light years away, and it could prove key to our understanding of planetary formations out there in the universe.

There have been more than 5,300 exoplanets discovered, but few match the description of the newly recorded TOI-733b.

Found 245 light-years away, TOI-733b is almost twice the size of Earth and orbits a sun slightly smaller than our Sun.

While there are many exoplanets, there is a surprisingly small number that sit between one and a half and two times the radius of the Earth, and it’s the size that makes it so interesting to scientists.