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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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And Bette Midler as Queen Victoria

July 14, 2018
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I’m a huge Anglophile and I despise the Big Orange Cheeto.  Why are these two random things related?  Because earlier this week Queen Elizabeth II, Elizabeth Alexandra Mary,  House of Windsor, hosted  Vlad The Deal…

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General Kelly’s Hunger Games

July 12, 2018
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After Chief of Staff John Kelly appeared cranky at the July 11 NATO breakfast with POTUS and other world leaders. White House spokesman Sarah Huckabee Sanders released a statement to the Washington Post, “”[Kelly] was…

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Acme Tactical Products Emergency Plan Regarding Pruitt’s Resignation

July 11, 2018
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Dear Marketing Team: Over the past 18 months, Acme Tactical Products has experienced exponential growth with the attention from former EPA Secretary Scott Pruitt. Now that Pruitt has resigned from his cabinet-level position, Acme anticipates…

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Good Deeds Rarely Go Unpunished

July 7, 2018
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I have absolutely no idea what possessed me to volunteer calling Bingo again at a senior retirement community.  I had been volunteering here every two weeks for most of the summer.  Yet, there I was…

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Vows for Old Married People

July 5, 2018
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Break the glass, light the candle, jump the broom, drink the wine. There’s a magical quality to the marriage ceremony of young people. The white dress, the sacred music, the brides of another era dabbing…

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A Study of Chin Hairs

July 4, 2018
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In a recent scientific study that examined postmenopausal women, researchers determined a causal relationship between the appearance of unsightly, gray chin hairs, their removal, and early onset of memory loss. Leading researchers studied post-menopausal women…

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