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Category Archives: Art Joly
At first I consoled myself to the next four years of uncertainty with the unfounded assumption that your vote for Dr. Stein or Gary Johnson a.k.a “What’s an Aleppo?” didn’t matter. But with Dr. Stein’s recount of the Wisconsin election, … Continue reading
Never mind that this was the first long trip in two years for the Ford van, and there was an unexpected accumulation of dead leaves in the heater box. The fire never progressed beyond dense smoke so it could have … Continue reading
The general election is over, the electoral college has yet to vote but that’s a foregone conclusion. Children are protesting in the streets proving once again that our education system has failed to educate. People both public and private are … Continue reading
I was still employed then, after surviving a massive heart attack on 2 FEB 2001 and I was trying to find a new pace for my life at something less than the 110% I used to enjoy. I was working … Continue reading
I’ve been working my way through a gallon jug of Walmart’s Great Value brand 1% milk. this gallon has an best by date of August 21 2016 and a lot number of 4505 09:06 and his has dried white stuff … Continue reading
The Donald has been espousing such outrageous thoughts, and really he probably has enough money to live out his life comfortably why would he want to be President of the United States? Marco Rubio is trying to sound reasonable. Maybe … Continue reading
At first I thought The Donald was a joke. Then he won the Republican party nomination to be the next president of the United States. Of course his nonsense does show how managed a presidential race is with a carefully … Continue reading