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Seeking the 14th way of looking at a blackbird.
Had a great Saturday morning breakfast here. Fresh home-made bread/toast, real hash browns, fresh veggies in my omelet. We'll be back.
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Brunetto, you're straining credibility by conflating medical marijuana and homosexuality as "bad habits." I said nothing of the sort. If you're really bored, go back and read my Brokeback Mountain column from 2005. My position is pretty clearly supportive of gay rights.
Grove, you're presuming that having children means moving to the suburbs. I think that's a false assumption, at least based on what I'm seeing with the young folks I know who have kids. (And with my own.) They may move from downtown to Midtown when the family arrives, but they ain't moving back out to Eads or Collierville.
I like to think columns like these, where I'm just musing, making observations, etc. serve mainly as a Rorschach test to let certain folks exorcise their anger and frustration. The subject doesn't really matter.
Allan, the idea that Trump will be "controlled" or made to toe the line by the GOP congress is a pretty common one among his reluctant GOP supporters.
"Seasoned," or Allan, I suppose. Our online conversation was certainly typical of the in-person convos I had, but not the specific ones I was referring to.
Troll on, boys. Folks can read.
Actually, the EC caused me to commit voter fraud by having me vote in a district in which I did not reside.
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