News you can’t use.

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There’s definitely a rat problem in Washington, no doubt about that. Problem is we keep electing them.

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Now, that’s just rude.

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You wouldn’t think it would take 100 years for American politicians to decide lynching is wrong, but here we are. See my comment about Washington rats above.

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It’s hard to see a legend fall. Sorry Sam, there’s a new kid in town.

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22 thoughts on “News you can’t use.”

      1. My mother, no. My father used them, but washed my mouth outh with soap if I repeated them. Taught me quite the lesson. My father was an effin hypocrite!

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      1. And that is the way I feel they should be, just words, no other baggage. Weaponizing words causes hurt feelings, and some people come to violence over hurt feelings. There is never a need for volence, even if you lesrned it at your parents knees, or in the schoolyard. Violence never has and never will solve anything.

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      2. The baggage words carry is called meaning, or sometimes nuance. Words are equally capable of bringing joy as anger. You weaponize words all the time with your passive aggression. Me too, but I will own them instead of saying I was joking when they become troublesome.

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  1. Rats in Washington….now that’s a surprise…NOT! Mind you not all of them are rats, some are weasels and snakes. God Bless Emmet Till, I saw a documentary on his short life on PBS more than a decade ago and it shook me to the core. I don’t like Joan Hill, but I’m definitely a SLJ fan, lol.

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  2. Swear words? Yeah, I am convinced that is about the only reason our keyboard has these keys: ! @ # $ % ^ & * . So we can self edit, and I hate to have to Fu*&ing self edit. Holy Sh@%, it gets da*^n old as he%#

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    1. I like the creative alternatives like “Dafuq?” and “Faahq”. Mostly I like John Cleese. He can insult someone into a pile of ashes without uttering a single word that would get a kid in trouble.

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