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Orange Buttplug's daily radio show.

So he comes up with the idea of having a daily, open call-in radio show in the pattern of Rush (ain't he fukin' dead, yet?) Limbaugh's.

Limbaugh says he'd be great at it with a little coaching.

Here's the problem: Limbaugh is funny. You may not like the butt/point of his humor, but the digs and the timing are funny.

Trump ain't funny. He has no sense of humor. Have you ever heard the dolt tell a joke? Laugh at a joke?

Such a radio show would be good for about 6 months. Then, people would get bored with it being about his ratings, lyin' press, and on and on. The present daily bullshit is already losing viewers. There is no news in them. That would be the same with his radio show.

It would be another of his ventures turning to shit.

How I know we r winning.

Wisconsin vote last week --- takeaway.

Republicans came out to vote. There were ballot positions for the Orange Buttplug and the Republican incumbent candidate for state Supreme Court.

Orange Asshole was unopposed. Still, he got somewhere around 60k fewer votes than the judge. The Republican judge also lost.

Census bureau is hiring.

Looks like there are even jobs from your home site.

I began filling out the job application a few weeks ago. I takes about 1/2 hour. I stopped in the middle of it, intending to complete it over the weekend. Then, came C-19 and I had no desire to knock on doors or stuff in the middle of the virus.

From there, I received several calls asking me to complete the application. Included was information about working from home.

Give it a shot. You will be helping yourself and the state. Pay is good.


Saving the post office.

Congress Dems need to pass a bill that does only one thing: Fund post office.

Orange Buttplug will veto it.

Then let Repukes go on record as voting against the post office when the vote comes to override the veto.

C-19, Here's one 4 ya.

S-I-L and step daughter both work in hospitals. One is a charge nurse the other is EMT. Both have symptoms but can't get tested.

At the same time, two Trader Joes are closed for deep cleaning. Sign on their doors say they are closed because employees tested positive.

Now, how come mini-market employees can get tested but hospital health care workers can't?

Dirty Money exposes Kushner.

Jar-jar is given the full treatment in the second season of this Netflix series. Turns out, he might just be a piece of shit.

Wells Fargo is also examined.

COVID-19 Close casinos?

I haven't seen casinos in the list of stuff to be shut down.

Crowds form, especially in weekends.

Chips go from hand to dealer to hand. Hands are not sanitized between deals or spins.

Slot machines - you are sitting in rows of machines, in chairs, next to other people. Buttons are touched.

The virus stays live for hours while on objects.

Is the problem that there is too much tax revenue or that no one has thought about casinos during the emergency?

Shit be cray (Thanks, Ferret)-- Costco today. Union, N.J.

Cops shut the place down for an hour or so when people overwhelmed the place and the staff called police for help.

First of all, how long will it take for manufacturers to produce replacement t.p., sanitizers, paper towels and so forth? We can be sure that plants are running overtime because this is a money making opportunity for them.

How many months will the virus last. Will it exhaust itself like the 1918 flu? Of course, we don't know.

What are your plans when the stuff you bought today runs out in one or two months? I got a 1 1/2 years supply of Charmin tp because I bought a case yesterday as the supply in the closet was down to 6 rolls. When I went to put it in the cellar for storage, there were two other cases that I or Kathy bought maybe a few months ago and forgot about. Yeah, I'll use them some day so I will keep them.

Then we get to the produce items. Produce was nearly cleaned out in two stores I went to. Why would you horde produce? It ain't good for more than a few days.

Gas. Ain't nobody hording that. No lines there because the Saudis (our best buddies despite 9/11)
are trying to fuck over the Russians. How long will that last? But nobody is driving anywhere anyway because stuff is closed down or closing down. Peeps are staying home.

That's all I got for now. Just these random thoughts going through my head.

Virus: What could gov't. really do?

There are complaints that the orange asshole defunded C.D.C. If it had full funding, what could it do against a virus that has no vaccine?

Set up quarantine stations? Distribute face masks? Tell people to wash their hands and cough into their sleeves?

I had a kind'a upsetting day.

Got a letter inviting me to my h.s. class 60th reunion. Included was a listing of deceased class members.... 54 of them of a class of 153.

Some were strong athletes in the day... our school teams won many state championships in football and track.

Some were girls who distracted me from my studies. I know I would'a gone to Harvard or Columbia if I didn't spend class time looking at them out of the corner of my eye and pondering --- well, lets not go there. As it was, my graduating class rank was third from the bottom. I blame them girls on it.

Several became lawyers, school teachers, principals -- one was even a Nobel Prize laureate.

Some were friends. One of them, I couldn't stand because he was a bit of a bully to me.

Most of them just got through school as best as they could like everyone else. Contrary to popular sayings, high school is not the best time of most of our lives. That, I learned one night in a hotel room in the Poconos. It was a couple of years after h.s. and I was on a ski trip with a group of employees from a local insurance company. It was about 1 a.m., I was in the room getting ready for bed when the door opened and my new room mate came in, three sheets to the wind. Bar had just closed for the night. We made introductions and recognized we were both from the same school. He was two years ahead of me.

He was on the football team that had won the state championship, two years in a row. I envied him at that time. I weighed 105 lbs. in my senior year and I wasn't scheduled to excel at any sport. I told him I remembered watching him at the football field and how good a player he was. It was at that point, he broke down in tears, remembering the pain of getting hit and the emotional pain of having his play not meet his father's expectation of a top notch football player.

Two years ago, I encountered the quarterback of the team in our senior year. He broke his hip during a game and now walks bent over a cane from arthritis where he had his injury.

I concluded that maybe I didn't have it so bad, after all.

I don't know if I will attend the reunion. The two people I was closest to are on the deceased list. Those that are left, nothing against them but would there be anything to talk about besides grand kids, how I screwed up my marriage and how I screwed up most of the jobs I had.

Anyway, that's what's going through my head tonight.
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