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3 Types

There are three types of ways that I handle people. I either love them, tolerate them, or walk away from them completely. That might make me sound callous, but it’s the only way I know Loving sounds easy, and it … Continue reading

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I Am Szuperman…And I Can Write Anything

I no longer have to worry about being PC…I no longer have to worry about being correct at all. I  can just say whatever I want to say to my lover, or my friend, no matter where I work or … Continue reading

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Freedom of Speech vs. Right to Fire

Kat Timpf got it right, as did Ben Shapiro, when it came to Roseanne Barr’s show getting cancelled.  And here’s why: ABC (and the NFL, for that matter) have a right, as companies, to fire anyone they want to.  It’s … Continue reading

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Okay, For What It’s Worth

I listened to Pearl Jam with the headphones on, and secretly hated the man I loved. He had me convinced that my family back home was not worth going home to. He told me that I didn’t know what real … Continue reading

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My (Almost) Definitive Repertoire

Here is a list of all the songs I’ve sung in karaoke that garnered huge applause and praise. And, yes, the list keeps growing. Patsy Cline: “Walking After Midnight” and “Back in Baby’s Arms” Jethro Tull: “Locomotive Breath” and “Aqualung” … Continue reading

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Y’All Better Get This Straight

“Stopping Mueller isn’t about one president or one party. It’s about all presidents and all parties. It’s about cleaning out and reforming the deep state so that our intelligence operations are never used against opposing campaigns without the firmest of … Continue reading

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My Longest Sentence of the Year

I love walking through the house at dusk, in spring, with the lights down low – or not even on at all – and letting the chartreuse and olive green leaves of the trees outside, which seem to be holding … Continue reading

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