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Ten Things I Learned in 2018

Another year is almost done and amazingly I have yet learned more things that I didn’t know at this time last year!

So for shits and giggles here’s the list:

10.  I never thought I would go to NYC twice in one year.  But I did.

9.  The tree in Rockefeller Center looks a lot bigger on TV.

8.  It’s hot and humid in FL whether you visit in July or in September.  I knew this already.  But I just wanted to mention it for the  hell of it.

7.  Mary Poppins is much prettier in person

6.  There is a really neat Forrest Gump statue at a rest stop somewhere in GA.  Box of chocolates included.

5.  If you think something is lost, it’s never really lost.  It’s just stuck in the empty Christmas tote waiting for you to find it.

4.  Never underestimate the child with Asperger’s.  Or any child for that matter.

3.  Nobody is perfect.  But Mr. Rogers was pretty damn close.

2.  There’s still a SHITHOLE taking up space in the White House and ruining the country more and  more each day

1.  Nuts with guns still kill.

On that note, I bid you a (hopefully) peaceful, blessed new year.

(Courtesy bestanimations.com

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Election Day

The day we’ve been waiting two years for has finally arrived.  Election Day.  The day Americans have the power to have their voices heard.  To make choices.  For the good and for the bad.

In my state of Massachusetts we’ve been able to vote early since October 22.  That’s the day I voted.  Now I understand that many of the robocallers and survey takers have no way of knowing I’ve already voted.  But if you wanted to try to convince me so much to vote “yes” or “no” on your question, you should’ve started calling me way before October 22.

Just now, at 2:00 p.m. on Election Day, I got a call from none other than the Visiting Nurse’s Association asking me to vote “yes” on question 1.  I shit you not.  I told her I cast my vote on October 22 and I voted “no”.  No way in hell would I ever vote “yes” on something that would make our hospitals worse than they already are.

I received the book in the mail outlining all the questions and what they were about.  I read them all.  I understood them all.  I don’t need any caller to try to convince me otherwise.  Especially after I already voted.  Even if I hadn’t already voted I STILL would have voted “no”.  In fact, the only question I voted “yes” on was number 3 because I feel it’s a human right for anyone to use whatever gender facility they feel comfortable using.  I don’t need a robocaller to tell me stories to convince me otherwise.  Especially after I already voted.  Sorry, too late.  You lose.  You lost anyway because I had already made up my mind.

Oh, and did I vote straight Democrat?  Yes, except for Governor Charlie Baker.  I feel if the sink isn’t broken, there’s no need to fix it.  Shit, I think he’s done a way better job for this state than many Democrats before him.

If you are someone who hasn’t voted yet, well, you have about six more hours to do so.  Make your voice count. Because it does.  More than a robocaller.

Vote like your life depends on it.  Because it very well does.

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We Really Don’t Care

Apparently when she “created” her “BeBest” campaign, Melania Trump only had one person in mind for what it was supposed to be for:  herself.  I say this because today she declared herself the most bullied person in the world.

She didn’t want herself to “BeBest”.  She wanted everyone else in the world to “BeBest” to her.

It doesn’t matter that she joined her shithole “husband” with his racist “birtherism” movement against President Obama.

It doesn’t matter that she wore a jacket that prominently displayed the message “I really don’t care, do u?” on the back while she jetted off to allegedly visit detainment camps in Texas which held innocent immigrant children.

Melania has proven more than once that yes, she really doesn’t care.  About anyone but herself.  I find it difficult to believe she even cares about her child.

That’s why she and SHITHOLE are meant for each other.  They’re both narcissists.  They’re both cheaters.  They’re both grifters.  Both are in it only for what they can get out of it.  When all is said and done, neither one will have anything.  And that’s what bullies deserve.

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Why They Still Like Him

Nearly two years later I have finally figured out why some people (and certainly not the majority) support the SHITHOLE in the Shit House.

It’s not because he’s built a wall.  Because he hasn’t.

It’s not because he’s done away with ISIS.  Because he hasn’t.

It’s not because he’s made it so they don’t have to have health insurance and can have everyone else pay for their insurance but they get it for free because they’re too cheap to pay for it.  Because he hasn’t.

It’s not because he’s given them more money in their paychecks.  Because he hasn’t.

It’s not because he’s helped save their jobs.  Because he hasn’t.

It’s not because he’s welcomed refugees and immigrants into the country with open arms.  Because he hasn’t.

It’s not because he’s helped the opioid crisis.  Because he hasn’t.

It’s not because he’s made the country safer by suggesting and promoting gun reform laws.  Because he hasn’t.

It’s not because he’s got great morals and ethics.  Because he doesn’t.

It’s not because he’s a billionaire.  Because he isn’t.

It’s not because he’s smart.  Because he isn’t.

It’s not because he’s loyal to others.  Because he isn’t.

The only reason why any one still supports this bastard is simply because he isn’t black.

It’s quite obvious.  Think about it.  Since he’s been “president” all he’s been doing is reversing everything the black guy did. 

If there’s one thing S HAS done for this country is reveal just how racist we still are and how racist he really is. 

Which we knew already.  Even his “supporters” knew it already. And they were either racist or Russian enough to vote for him.