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Eddie Louise Clark
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I am yarn-spinner, dream-weaver, a teller of tales.
I am yarn-spinner, dream-weaver, a teller of tales.

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House hunting. Job hunting. Car shopping. Prepare for NaNo. Plan for 31st Wedding Anniversary. Yep, I lead a crazy-busy life!
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Hiya @ArniJensson cheers for the follow. I have returned the favor!
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Hiya @ArniJensson cheers for the follow. I have returned the favor!
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Hello @supermaren I love opera! In fact, I am writing a libretto for a new opera by @chipmichael you should check him out as well!
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Great contest for you writerly types:
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Amazingly cool!
Gotta be one of the best presents I've received in a long time - check out: http://bit.ly/pABedt - thanks @ericasipes
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What Occupy Wall Street stands for: This movement transcends political affiliations. America has been debased and degraded by greed. This has touched 99% of America's population. The other 1% is doing just fine – with more than a third of the wealth of this nation. We all know people who have been hurt by the big rip-off. We all know people who have lost their jobs or their homes. We all know people who have had to go and fight wars that seem to have no objective and no end – leaving families for years on end without fathers, mothers, sons and daughters.

The 99% of us have paid a dear price so that 1% could become the wealthiest people in the world. We all pay insanely high energy prices while we see energy companies making record profits, year after year. We live with great injustices in the land of justice. We live with great lawlessness in the land of the law.

It's time to check ourselves, to see if we still have that small part that believes in the values that America promises. Do we still have a shred of our decency intact in the face of debasement? If you do, then now is the time to give that forgotten part a voice. That is what this movement is ultimately about: giving voice to decency and fairness.
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