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Just to be clear, Skye Booker is our blue-eyed Siberian husky, not even a person. I’m granting her the title of President- Elect because she has as much right to the title as Babbling Biden. Joe Biden is not the President elect! The office doesn’t even exist. It’s called a transition team.

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Most would agree that a good laugh can relieve pent-up stress. Most would also agree that between the virus and all the negative press regarding the election that 2020 has been a stressful year. My question is what happened to all the comedians who could provide laughter relief? At one point, I used to watch Johnny Carson after a long day. Carson was a class act with original material. It wasn’t always funny, but I enjoyed his interaction with his guests. He used the tone of a host at an adult dinner party. He rarely insulted anyone .Occasionally there were some sexual undertones which were all the more humorous because of Carson’s marital problems and famous lawsuits. I was saddened the day he retired. What followed him was a parade of incompetence. Sitcoms are dead because of the lack comedic greats like George Carlin, and Robin Williams are dead. I haven’t seen Steve Martin in ages. Seinfeld dropped out due to political correctness. The original SNL crew have disappeared or are dead. The current crew thinks the fact that Trump got COVID is a joke. That’s called irony, not humor, and it’s sick. To wish someone illness and possible death is warped. Its television I can do without. The only American comedian I enjoy today, and continue to support is Tim Allen. He’s able to produce family-friendly comedy without belittling others. Monty Python legend, John Cleese, believes in the healing power of laughter so much that he’s touring Canada and the United States spreading his humor in these tough times.

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It’s been a month since I posted my blog on BLM Solutions. Nothing has changed in a month. This domestic terrorist group calling for racial justice continues its lawless ways of destruction which have little to do with their right to protest. The group reminds me of spoiled children having a temper tantrum until they get their way.

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Like most Americans I’ve heard plenty in recent weeks about how black lives matter. What I haven’t heard is any realistic solutions. I hold no hatred toward any people. Life is too short to waste my energy on hatred. I’ve witnessed the hate-filled lives of my father and siblings. They led miserable lives, because they were absorbed in their hatreds, and paranoia everyone felt the same about them. My energies are spent on reaching my lifetime work goals and loving my family. That’s what brings me happiness. I do, however, hold a special animosity toward people who waste my time. Generally, that includes the ignorant and the stupid. If someone is both ignorant and stupid, I’m not going to waste time supporting their cause. By ignorant, I’m speaking about the uneducated. “Stupid” speaks for itself.

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n an effort to remain above the crazed madness consuming the world, I will avoid my political views, and post something helpful and positive this month.

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The MLB owners and players have been negotiating for ten weeks on how to have a baseball season in 2020 with covid-19. Greed on both parts stopped them from ever coming to an agreement. Now it’s too late. Covid-19 caught up with the teams still practicing in Florida and Arizona, and I don’t see the high-priced beef ever getting on the field this year for fear of the illness. Ironically, South Korea, a country that learned case ball from the Americans is playing their season without crowds or infection, but American players and owners can’t get passed their money issues. They have lost their appreciation for the game, and maybe their dreams.

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On this memorial day of 2020, I would like to honor the true heroes for which this day was given, the American war casualties of war whom seem to have been forgotten during this pandemic. In this nation’s great history a total of 2,852,801 Americans have died in her wars or approximately 3% of the population. These are Americans that were torn from their lives either by the war itself, in the case of the Revolutionary and Civil War, or by the draft.

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The following is aa letter I sent to my Michigan State Representative to have our recalled.
Dear Representative;

I’m a resident of Washtenaw County. I’m writing you to represent us against the unconstitutional executive orders of Governor Whitmer who is governing by inducing fear in a time when Michiganders are already frightened. She appears to be doing so for her own political bid for TV time and the Vice Presidency. It seems to be all personal at the expense of the people of Michigan.

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