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A Thick Headed Fellow Named Trump.

  A thick headed fellow named Trump, was known to be waxing quite plump. Thick in the head, and very ill-bred. His mind a centrifugal pump!   The waste that he processed each day, was intended to keep thought at bay, but his penchant for tweeting, gave way to his bleating; his tweet finger showed …

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99 Ways to Fight Trump:

Originally posted on 99 Ways to Fight Trump:
Stop by daily for more actions as we build to 99: Urge the Electoral College electors not to vote for Trump on December 19th.  It’d be an unprecedented step, but Trump represents an unprecedented threat to our democracy. Petitions here and here. Don’t just complain to your friends, let…

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We lost ‘Kind’

I was aghast to see that members of the Ku Klux Klan drove valiantly and brazenly today through the town of Roxboro, North Carolina, to hail Trump’s victory. Of course, some people decried i… Source: We lost ‘Kind’

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The New Washing Machine

The New Washing Machine.

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We lost ‘Kind’

  I was aghast to see that members of the Ku Klux Klan drove valiantly and brazenly today through the town of Roxboro, North Carolina, to hail Trump’s victory. Of course, some people decried it, but there it is – pure evil. The existence of evil is not new in the fabric of society; the …

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Thought for the day

The people that really scare me are the ones who seem to block logic out… like the deniers of evolution and/or climate change — who are happy enough to trust science in their vehicles and computers and medical procedures… but not when it contradicts something they want to believe.

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For Violet – The Huon River

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For Violet – The Huon River

The frost had settled hard on the grass. It was a cold, clear night and the moonlight lay flat across the absolute calm of the river. The woman lay still. It had not always been like this. Winds had blown across her face as she sat in the sidecar of a bike as a young …

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For Violet – The Huon River

Originally posted on Glass Onion Stories:
The frost had settled hard on the grass.  It was a cold, clear night and the moonlight lay flat across the absolute calm of the river.  The woman lay still. It had not always been like this.  Winds had blown across her face as she sat in the sidecar…

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Some art work I wanted to share.

Originally posted on jkon50blog:
Lilac Dreaming by Janice Konstantinidis.

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