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California, NE Sierras, lifelong liberal and Democratic voter. Living in a red turning blue county. ;/ I have been a reader here for several years.

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Sarah Cooper:"Trump just called me asking if I'd lip sync him again, it was so sad."


Mr. NotGoingToBeReinsted, knows people will listen and watch Sarah and his followers won't notice it is satire and sarcasm.

The Three Little Pigs, In Shakespearian English. Better than I considered to be possible.


From a youtube channel named, Dry Bar Comedy

My fav John Warner story: John Warner met Liz Taylor at dinner -- with Queen Elizabeth AP NEWS

John Warner, is he the last of the respectable and sane Republicans?

Never mind, I loved this story. (even respectable Republicans could be anti-labor, that was one their main goals, after all wage suppression and lack of political power for the working and middle classes.)

But before all that, Warner, who died Tuesday at 94, became famous as the sixth man to walk down the aisle with violet-eyed movie star Elizabeth Taylor.

The two met on a blind date in 1976 when the British ambassador asked Warner to escort Taylor to an embassy party honoring another Elizabeth, the Queen of England, who was visiting Washington. They married that December on Warner’s farm near Middleburg, Virginia.

“Well, I thought we would get married, live on the farm, raise horses,” Taylor told Larry King on his show in 2001. ”... And I thought it would be all very sort of farmish, and jobby, horsey, and I could have animals, and I would go out and brand the cattle.”

Who makes more, teachers or cops? Dr. Brian Keegan post, chart from Bureau of Stastics.


Some surprises for me in the state data.

*edit correct name of twitter account and messy link.

U.S. Senator Angus King: Expanding Voting Access doesn't encourage voter fraud, it encourages voting

It is a a direct and eloquent statement.


2nd Mueseum worthy tweet today:


Bill Gates asking for privacy:

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