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    • Vlad the Mighty

      Vlad the Mighty

      Q has repeatedly stated, “They never thought she (Hillary Clinton) would lose.”
      Upon her presumed victory, for which the Cabal so spectacularly unsuccessfully fought, the Cabal would have continued unimpeded and increased its illegitimate control over the world and its people!!!

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      Orphalesion

      As a gay man, when I'm  out with a date and show affection to them in public, like any couple would do, I love it when bigoted people stare disapprovingly, or laugh, or mutter slurs under their breath.
      I love it because these people see that I'm living my life, in spite of adversity and they know they are powerless to do anything about it.

    • Vlad the Mighty

      Vlad the Mighty

      “How many coincidences before it becomes mathematically impossible? Wait until you learn who has been talking to you here.”

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      Vlad the Mighty

      Today:
      A rather cloudy day, with mist and fog over the moors, and with some spells of light rain and drizzle, especially in the east. It will be drier and brighter across Cornwall, with perhaps some sunny spells here at times. Maximum temperature 15 °C.

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    • Hammerclaw

      Hammerclaw

      Disarray
      I'll pick up my cross and I'll move along and take a room without a  reservation.
      Somewhere out Route 66, a little journey back in time.
      Empty, forsaken, past boarded up pitstops aimless as a tumbleweed rolls.
      Sunset streaked skies and a haven for memories, words falling without any rhyme.
      Faces that haunt me, eyes wreathed with sadness, one step away from the heartache of madness,
      The soul pirouettes through the colors of darkness in it's various shades and sublimations.
      Lithe limbs and sweet voices in echoes of gladness, the past stretches out to the darkening horizon.
      I pass faded billboards that go on forever in gaudy review and a life's brief summations,
      On a lost road to nowhere and nevermore.
      A ship of the desert without any rudder, the wind sets the course and billows it's sails,
      On a salt-laden sea, a fluke and chimera, like the dew of the morning the sun fades away.
      The bright light of dawning and sleepless eyes burning, one more forlorn pilgrim
      With restless heart yearning across waters of dreaming, unknowing, unseeking,
      A collection of scars of a heart's recollections, of pains and of sorrows of love's lost affections.
      I dip my fingers in the memory-roiled waters and taste the bitterness of brine.
      The prow touches land and I step out on a shore, lined with dead fishes and lovers last wishes
      My heart feels the flutter of words never uttered and half buried in sand.
      So, I'll journey on taking shelter in shadow of a cross I have wrought with my own living hands.
      Life's journey's are endless and death's but a doorway, to step through, a lone wanderer, to wonder again.

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    • NightScreams

      NightScreams

      I really miss "Fries to Go microwavable french fries" They tasted so good. They came in a cigarette shaped pack with individual crisping sleeves for each one. That was in the 80's but I can still taste them when I think about it.

    • JVG

      JVG

      A very nice Sunday, grandkids were here, football was on and a nice Sunday supper. Simple pleasures...

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