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HERE IS THE STATE OF THE UNION; LIVE BLOG

NOBODY DID THIS SO I SHALL.

I think this is of import.

Let us see what happens!

 

 

 

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PERACLES BLEW MY MIND

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I examine issues, in my PJ's whilst I attempt to come to some conclusions.

Three days ago Peracles threw me on my ass; not the first time.

AA thinks at times that I meander too much.

So do others.

FREE SPEECH

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MUSINGS

 

He who takes away the sins of the world, have mercy upon us!

(The Roman Catholic Mass)

Following 4? weeks of problems with tech, I am skipping the political for awhile.

My daughter in law gave my son this instruction a couple of years ago:

You must keep your short mustache and goatee because you have too much of a baby face!

Hahahahaha

 

To me, this is one of the sweetest things I have ever heard a wife say to her husband.

Seany is something like 7 years older than his bride.

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AFTER CHRISTMAS; THE AFTERMATH

God gave men language so that they could conceal their thoughts from each other. I think that’s a deep observation about the role of language in communication.

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A SEASON OF HOPE

COLLEGE PARK, MD—Saying the money would help further researchers’ understanding of the awesome scientific phenomenon, representatives for the American Institute of Physics announced Tuesday that they had received a $10 million grant to melt stuff. “This funding will provide our researchers with the resources they need to put some junk over a really hot flame until it starts liquefying and gets all stretched out and stuff,” said AIP director James Griffith, adding that a portion of the grant would be allocated to making sure the flames were “real big” so that the research team could melt large items, such as desk chairs and lamps. “We already have a number of experiments lined up that will answer such questions as whether laboratory goggles or a digital thermometer melts first, and we’ve scheduled several trials to determine how fast we can melt a whole cafeteria tray. Pending our findings, my colleagues and I will then wait to see if all the melted stuff hardens up, at which point we intend to hold it over the flame and melt it again.” This research follows a $6 million study last year in which scientists were reportedly able to determine that dropping an electron microscope into a huge vat of acid is really fun.

http://www.theonion.com/articles/scientists-receive-10-million-grant-to-melt-stuff,37476/

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DOGS II

I WAS THINKIN

I do not even know why I must write this drivel at the end of this strange year.

I live in this governmental Eden

I was so lucky after eventually failing at everything I ever attempted.

I have a kitchen and a bathroom and a living room and a bedroom.

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THE JOURNEY

GIRALDO RIVERA

This guy who once WAS Good Morning America, decided to film his own wondrous search for Al Capone's safe.

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Perspective

THE PARDONER

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He must report, as nearly as he can

Every last word, if he remember it

However rude it be, or how unfit

Or else he might be telling what's untrue

Embellishment and fictionalizating too

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EXILED CUBANS

Three and two the count with nobody on, he hit a high fly into the stands, rounding third and  aheaded for home, he was a brown eyed handsome man, let me tell you, he  was a brown eyed man

 

 

 

 

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WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE!

 

 

WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE!

Things are looking bad.

'We' have already given up the 'House.'

Now we lose the Senate?

MY SS WILL GO DOWN FROM $1200.00 TO $600.00?

I will lose $15.00 in food stamps?

Well,

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