Daily Archives: December 3, 2017

Checking in with Los Feliz

Los Feliz Daycare (motto: “We do not accept immunized children”) is an ultra-progressive child care center in an unspecified affluent neighborhood on the left coast. Some recent tweets:



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Super Moon Alert

I had to post this today because tomorrow is too late.

Look up on Sunday! A ‘full cold supermoon’ is set to grace the skies this weekend: Here’s how to see it
A supermoon appears when the moon and Earth are at their closest point
The moon appears to be 14 per cent larger and 30 per cent brighter in the sky
The best time to see will be at 08:45 GMT (03:45 EST) on December 4
At this point the moon will be 222,135 miles (357,492 kilometres) from Earth
Skygazers are set to be treated to a ‘full cold supermoon’ this weekend.

As the moon orbits the Earth every month, there is a point in every cycle where the moon is closest (perigee) and a point where it’s farthest away (apogee).

There is also a monthly lunar cycle where you can see varying amounts of the moon depending on it’s position relative to Earth and the sun.

For a supermoon to happen, these need to line up – something that will occur this Sunday.

If the skies are clear then there should be no difficulty spotting the supermoon


I thought you might enjoy this:
Woman Driving By Notices McDonald’s Strange Nativity Scene, Posts Pic That Goes Viral
With Christmas just around the corner, it’s easy to get wrapped up in the trees, twinkling lights and presents. So when one woman drove by a McDonald’s restaurant in Spring Hill, Tennessee, and saw something shocking in the window, she immediately snapped a picture.

The employees at this McDonald’s made a huge statement with their unique and very powerful window display.

These days, it’s common for people, especially young children, to not understand or acknowledge the true meaning of Christmas. With all the hoopla surrounding Santa, his eight reindeer and bag of toys, people forget about the birth of Jesus on a cold winter night.

Fortunately, Amy Basel recently visited a McDonald’s that not only recognized the meaning behind the joyous holiday, but is displaying it proudly for everyone in the city to see.

In a day and age where Santa is more popular than Jesus, it was refreshing to see some people still understood the true importance of the holiday.




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