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Ronald Reagan Got Me Sick

I met Ronald Reagan once. It was at Judy’s Sunshine Diner off the edge of interstate 70, back in the spring of ’80. I remember it was May 12th, a week after Cinco de Mayo, of course nobody up here in Missouri seems to know a damn thing about any of that. 5,631 more words

Fiction

Using Recent Election Cycles As Examples, I Propose Election Day Be Moved To Halloween

Every two years we hold national elections on the first Tuesday in November.  I always wondered why that day was picked.  In recent years, I thought that we should move election day to October 31 regardless of what day it falls on.  760 more words

Politics

Matrix

A true multicultural aficionado, Matrix whipped up this charming little Halloween/Dia de Los Muertos costume. She calls it, “An American Girl Doll in Tijuana.” To be honest, it scares the crap out of me.

Gillette Fusion ProGlide With FlexBall Technology Found In Snickers

HAMILTON, OH—According to police, someone in the neighborhood put a Gillette Fusion ProGlide with FlexBall Technology inside a Snickers and gave it to seven-year-old Charlie Porson. 162 more words

Satire

Network that Profits From the Exploitation of Children Cancels Television Show Because It Believes Children Are Being Endangered

TLC executives climbed up onto a high horse last week, announcing that it would be cancelling hit show and celebration of childhood obesity Here Comes Honey Boo Boo… 1,020 more words

Commentary

10/12: Satire Only!

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10 of 12, done!
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Check out the video version of this photo-a-day challenge:

Cheers from this side of the world! 😃👍

Photography

One for the money, two for the show...

Two data points in moviemaking that seemingly wag the unwilling dog:

1. The perfect video clip.
2. The perfect sound clip.

In other words, how many people still watch TV news or go to the cinema compared to audience sizes of times past? 166 more words