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2016: The Year of the Opposite … Election
by Pragmatic_Skeptic 

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November 9, 2016 rang an election shock heard around the world. This was an election that Secretary Hillary Clinton was supposed to win handily – the New York Times pr...
Herman and the Redemption of Dad
by Jamie Wendland 

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My Dad hated Herman- He was a dim-witted monster of a dog measuring perhaps six foot from nose to tail and resembled a black bear. He rolled in any dead thing he could...
 
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by Jamie Wendland 

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My Dad hated Herman- He was a dim-witted monster of a dog measuring perhaps six foot from nose to tail and resembled a black bear. He rolled in any dead thing he could...
2016: The Year of the Opposite … Election
by Pragmatic_Skeptic 

Follower(s): 2

Comment(s): 0
Tue, 12/27/2016 - 02:09
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November 9, 2016 rang an election shock heard around the world. This was an election that Secretary Hillary Clinton was supposed to win handily – the New York Times pr...
 
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Herman and the Redemption of Dad
by Jamie Wendland 

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My Dad hated Herman- He was a dim-witted monster of a dog measuring perhaps six foot from nose to tail and resembled a black bear. He rolled in any dead thing he could...
 
2016: The Year of the Opposite … Election
by Pragmatic_Skeptic 

Follower(s): 2

Comment(s): 0
Tue, 12/27/2016 - 02:09

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POP.
23
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3
November 9, 2016 rang an election shock heard around the world. This was an election that Secretary Hillary Clinton was supposed to win handily – the New York Times pr...