82 thoughts on “Dateline: Lake Titicaca. A Miniature Carving of a Llama

  1. Total rainfall for calendar year (non QA/QC'd data): 2.85 inches
    Total rainfall for water year (oct 1 – sep 30) [non QA/QC'd data]: 6.38 inches

  2. Cohen: "From golden showers in a sex club in Vegas, to tax fraud, to deals with corrupt officials from the former Soviet Union, to catch and kill conspiracies to silence Trump’s clandestine lovers, I wasn’t just a witness to the president’s rise—I was an active and eager participant."

  3. A Virginia mayor is facing calls for his resignation over a Facebook post in which he said that Joe Biden "just announced Aunt Jemima" as his vice-presidential running mate.

  4. While at teh twitters, this came up and I only sprayed a small amount of beverage .

    Los Angeles Times
    @latimes
    11 minutes ago
    Senate committee sought Bannon investigation over concerns he lied

    1. Condolences. Depending on who you listen to, we could see 110° or higher all week. Plus humidity. Because 2020 just has so much more to give.

    1. True story: I once watched the movie "Babe".
      I only got through it by pretending it was actually a David Lynch production.


      1. Miltie Verveniotis @MiltieVervenio2

        Any for sale?

        Ken Layne@KenLayne
        Replying to @MiltieVervenio2 and @MattWelch

        Souls? Souls are cheap. They are used as spiritual garbage, ethereal filth to cloud good people's minds, EMP assault devices, "murder hornets" (devil brigades). Souls are not for sale. They are sacrificed, willingly, by a world of human ghouls. #LoyaltonFire

    1. That's pretty warm. Too bad there's only one official thermometer in Death Valley, because there's a few locations that are even hotter than Furnace Creek. Badwater, Tecopa, Dumont Dunes and Silurian Valley are all hotter on occasion. Tecopa, Dumont and Silurian are just outside the park boundaries on the eastern edge. I don't miss living out there.

    1. I heard it was that hot in Big Sur, too. That's obscene. We were close to those numbers too, but we're more used to it this far inland.

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