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Sunday, November 6, 2016

The Orange Mofo With a Fungus on His Head: Trump the Trump

Dear Sillies,
It's been an exhausting near-year of election madness and hatefulness, right? Even for those of you laughing from afar. But we do have each other. And we have human kindness to share.
My love and apologies to you, as I bring back this rap once more.
After that, I'll return to some prose, mixed with holiday fun and erotica. I also have some men to catch you up on. Oy vey. I mean, I'm looking forward.
Be good to yourselves.

34 comments:

  1. Once again you make me laugh...all my hopes to you and your nation on Tuesday. Damn but you did kinda do it to yourselves.

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    1. You mean with the whole departure from Britain and tossing tea bags into the Atlantic, Cal? Do you know that Queen Elizabeth's last name is Engel? Yeah, that's where we went wrong.

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  2. Hillary should make that her campaign song!!

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    1. Thank you, Fishducky. I can see her beat boxing to it. Well, not really, but that would be a memorable sight and sound.

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  3. A song that rather a lot of us would love to hear reverberating around the world.

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    1. Yes. The world's eyes will be on our country Tuesday and thereafter (however long it takes to count the Floridian ballots). Smiles. Thank you, EC.

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  4. Is Florida still using punch-cards? Will there be hanging chads this week? Is Al Gore president yet? I like the Obamas; can't we just keep them? So many questions will be answered this week, but probably not mine. I voted (mail-in absentee) according to your excellent verse, Robyn, and likewise hope Trump fades into evil memory. Mrs. Clinton at least believes in government by discussion and that's what the nation is built on.

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    1. Hanging chads in Florida cost Gore the election. I generally don't trust things that hang out, Geo. I already voted and had to fill in the bubbles. I don't know why I didn't get to punch cards; that would've been more therapeutic. Keep on keeping on, my friend.

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    2. Florida no longer has hanging chads. I used a pen to fill in a little oval in every spot on the ballot that said Democrat.

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  5. As always, very clever. And thanks for making the point that this really has nothing to do with politics. Wishing us all over the world good news tomorrow!

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    1. You're correct, Mitchell. Human decency is what we must keep fighting for.
      xo

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  6. I tried to read this as a Green Day song, then as a Wu Tang song. Not sure which works better. Maybe I'll re-read it as a folk song. By the way, is that a poop monster hanging out on top of his ridiculous comb-over?

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    1. It appears to be a poop monster, Pickleope, but it's a little wienie. I suppose that's an equally relevant symbol/metaphor.

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  7. I wonder how well the fungus could lead us?

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  8. Best thing about tomorrow is it will be done, although the results may not end up the best. All about ego and crap with those two indeed.

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  9. you helped ease us into the week with a hearty laugh. The world shall keep turning after tomorrow, and I look forward to more of your zany tales. Take care my friend

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  10. Thank whatever that it's almost over. Of course there will be a lot of work to do afterward putting the country back together if that's even possible.

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  11. I can't wait for this whole thing to be over and done with. And a return to sharing human kindness sounds like bliss. I hope our country can find some way to pick up the pieces and do just that. Have a good week, Robyn. :-)

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  12. Wednesday is my birthday, and this election being over is the greatest present I could ever receive. Any longer, and my own brain might have turned to yellow fungus.

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  13. Your post is one of the few things making me smile right now, at least until this election is over.

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  14. ...and he has small hands! (tum, te-tum, te-tum, tum).

    Have you heard the Swingin Samson song, Robyn? You must have!

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  15. To be or not to be that is the question. In the meantime laughter is the best medicine - poor bewildered mind such as I am.

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  16. I'll be glad when this election is behind us.It's been a long time coming. Sadly, I think there is still a lot of contentiousness ahead of us.

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  17. Well, you know where I stand and I know where you stand, and all I can add is the sun will rise on Wednesday whichever.

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    1. The sun will come out tomorrow.
      I think I heard that somewhere.

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  18. Damn, that's good. That's so good, I wish I'd written it.

    Love,
    Janie

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  19. It's going to be an "interesting day" tomorrow, that's for sure! Wishing all of you, my American friends, good luck!

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  20. We are all poised and waiting for the result over this side of the pond. Sending all our European love and hope that the right person will get the job.

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  21. Holiday fun? Erotica? I'll drink to that.
    Who am I kidding? After all this election nonsense, I'm going to drink regardless.

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  22. Friends, I am so scared I'm tearful right now. I love you all. Nothing's been decided but it's looking pretty orange. I can't believe this. My computer connection is also crapping out, so sorry for delays in commenting. I'll be back. We've got each other and kindness still abounds, no matter what.

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  23. Trump Stump has won and I shake my head but let's hope his antics will get him impeached.

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  24. It's over. Thank God! But he won, that blows.

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