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The only thing I can say, as a foreigner and non American, is, that I see one big banana republic about to go off the rails soon.
It’s already off the rails, and he’s not even in office yet.
it is a very scary time here
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Got my safety pin on as I’m reading this. Glad we think alike.
I just happen to be wearing my safety pin when I read this. I’m glad that we often think alike 🙂
You know, I learned about the safety pin from R, who learned about it on Facebook, and I’m glad you wear yours, but I haven’t come across a single other person who wears it. Maybe there has to be something else, but until then, I’m keeping it on. Yesterday I was in the car, far from home, when I realized I forgot the pin, so I went to a Walgreens to get a bunch to keep in the car.
Count me in…at 72 years old and 180 lbs…I just don’t give a f$*k anymore…