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The Megaphone Incident and 9 Other Reasons Why I’ll Never Be Governor of Virginia

February 2, 2019
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I do not live in Virginia, though I stayed in a Holiday Inn there once.  I was never a child who got into much trouble, but when I did get in trouble, it was because…

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Really Inappropriate Christmas Specials

November 28, 2018
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Inspired by Keith Stewart, I decided to drag this one-year-old post from Medium out again.  I’ve made a few updates. Here’s a list of this year’s featured holiday specials.  Check your local listings. Twice ousted…

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Alien Probe May Arrive, Says Harvard Researchers

November 16, 2018
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With all the major news happening in the world, you may have missed this startling story. Aliens are headed our way. The Pan-STARRS telescope in Hawaii first spotted an unusual object in space on October…

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Famous TV Finales that Never Happened

October 26, 2018
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Most Baby Boomers remember the celebratory final episode of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” Everyone in the newsroom was fired except for Ted. Lou Grant (Edward Asner) tells his colleagues, “I treasure you people” and…

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Cut to a Windowless Room Under Red Square

October 22, 2018
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With POTUS talking directly to journalists and broadcasters, the White House Daily Press Briefing may be as extinct as the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Why do 45s diatribes need interpretation when Himself is here, there, and everywhere,…

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Rabbit Skunk and The Roches

October 7, 2018
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Forty-three years ago on October 11, 1975, I was a friendless, dateless college freshman in an all-girls dorm. I watched TV in the Schmidt Hall common room with the three overweight juniors who lived in…

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Helen Feyer America! My Transparent Campaign Expenses

August 23, 2018
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As your candidate for Congress, I, Helen Feyer, feel a burning desire for full transparency with my potential constituents throughout our district. Here are my campaign expenses, explained: 1. Writing to my donors on a…

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Clothes Horse of the Midwest

August 21, 2018
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  http://thechive.com/2017/08/26/a-world-without-fashionable-animals-is-one-we-dont-want-to-live-in-24-photos/   I am not nor have I ever been a clothes horse. When I was 14, I had the same shape I do now, long legs, short waist, and a muffin top (more…

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Other Malicious Actors

July 28, 2018
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This morning’s “Washington Post” reported the President held a meeting Friday about securing the nation’s upcoming mid-term elections. Many of the nation’s top security advisors participated in the 1-hour session, though the President issued no…

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The Case of the Braying Buffoon

July 21, 2018
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Days before the Big Cheeto met with Russia’s Top Dog, he told a press gaggle, “There probably won’t be a Perry Mason moment.” POTUS was wrong. His event with Vlad the Repellant had at least…

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