Didn’t the president assure us that the coronavirus would disappear once the weather became warmer?
The Trump legacy summed up in a few words:
“Fire, Pestilence, A Country At War With Itself.”
Are you better off now than you were 4 years ago?
So — Is Paris Burning?
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I see that the iconic American social media site, Twitter, is challenging some of President Trump’s tweets again.
They are attaching little notes and warnings to his tweets suggesting that some of the things he is tweeting promote violence and/or are not exactly truthful.
As for me, I have always believed that The White House should be required by law to review and edit anything that is published on any form of media in The United States!
Don’t you believe that?
Don’t you think that Free Press has long overstepped it’s moral obligations to the American People and it is long since past the time when they should either be shut down completely or edited by some responsible government agency?
How dare the social media in the United States challenge anything that a stable genius has to say — especially when the stable genius is in such a high position of stable leadership in the government?
The very audacity of any media of any kind to question or challenge anything the stable genius has to say is, to say the least, egregious!
Don’t you agree?
I thought about getting myself a sweet little snake to keep as a pet but the more I studied and thought about it, the less appealing the idea became.
I have to admit that i did shed some tears about it.
The problem, as I finally reconciled it, is that most snakes are prone to bite first and talk later.
They are practically impossible to snuggle down under the covers with on a cold winter night. I can imagine they would spend the entire night crawling all over the bed and keeping me awake.
Taking them out on a leash for a walk in the park is unthinkable because I need to walk a little faster than they do when they are casually crawling around.
One good think about them, though, they do not bark! So the neighbors would not be complaining about my barking snake.
The sad thing is that I know that some snakes can be affectionate — not very cuddly, but affectionate. The reason I know this to be true is that when I lived in Michigan some years ago, I would let baby snakes hang off the ends of my fingers and they seemed to be quite content doing that. The mother was never very appreciative of me playing with her babies however and I am so glad I wore snake guards when I was doing all this.
I will have to think of some other sweet little creature as a pet …. maybe another cricket. I had a cricket once. Kept him in the laundry room. He chirped all night ever night. Ate holes in a lot of my clothes. But I loved him. (He died.)