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“Tired of Politics? Let's Make Political Allegory Fun Again!” http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2017/02/rarty-from-hollow-by-robert-eggleton.html

There is no political advocacy in Rarity from the Hollow, one side or any other. With respect to allegory, this novel was the first if not the only science fiction farce to predict the rise of Donald Trump to political power. You may be interested in this press release: http://www.pr4us.com/pr-2618-trump-presidency-predicted-in.html, but you would have to read the novel to find out how Lacy Dawn, the protagonist, convinced Mr. Rump (Bernie Sanders) to help talk Mr. Prump (Donald Trump) into saving the universe. The allegory includes pressing issues that are being debated today, including illegal immigration and the refuge crisis, an issue that several European commentators have compared to cockroach infestation; extreme capitalism / consumerism vs. domestic spending for social supports; sexual harassment…. Mr. Prump in the story was a projection of Donald Trump based on the TV show, The Apprentice. The counterpart, Mr. Rump, was based on positions held by Bernie Sanders. Part of the negotiations in the story occur in the only high rise on planet Shptiludrp (Shop Until You Drop), a giant shopping mall and the center of economic governance, now more easily identifiable as Trump Tower. The political allegory in the novel is much more obvious now that Donald Trump has become a household name.

Shop Now: https://www.facebook.com/Lacy-Dawn-Adventures-573354432693864/


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“Tired of Politics? Let's Make Political Allegory Fun Again!” http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2017/02/rarty-from-hollow-by-robert-eggleton.html

There is no political advocacy in Rarity from the Hollow, one side or any other. With respect to allegory, this novel was the first if not the only science fiction farce to predict the rise of Donald Trump to political power. You may be interested in this press release: http://www.pr4us.com/pr-2618-trump-presidency-predicted-in.html, but you would have to read the novel to find out how Lacy Dawn, the protagonist, convinced Mr. Rump (Bernie Sanders) to help talk Mr. Prump (Donald Trump) into saving the universe. The allegory includes pressing issues that are being debated today, including illegal immigration and the refuge crisis, an issue that several European commentators have compared to cockroach infestation; extreme capitalism / consumerism vs. domestic spending for social supports; sexual harassment…. Mr. Prump in the story was a projection of Donald Trump based on the TV show, The Apprentice. The counterpart, Mr. Rump, was based on positions held by Bernie Sanders. Part of the negotiations in the story occur in the only high rise on planet Shptiludrp (Shop Until You Drop), a giant shopping mall and the center of economic governance, now more easily identifiable as Trump Tower. The political allegory in the novel is much more obvious now that Donald Trump has become a household name.

Shop Now: https://www.facebook.com/Lacy-Dawn-Adventures-573354432693864/


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“Tired of Politics? Let's Make Political Allegory Fun Again!” http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2017/02/rarty-from-hollow-by-robert-eggleton.html

There is no political advocacy in Rarity from the Hollow, one side or any other. With respect to allegory, this novel was the first if not the only science fiction farce to predict the rise of Donald Trump to political power. You may be interested in this press release: http://www.pr4us.com/pr-2618-trump-presidency-predicted-in.html, but you would have to read the novel to find out how Lacy Dawn, the protagonist, convinced Mr. Rump (Bernie Sanders) to help talk Mr. Prump (Donald Trump) into saving the universe. The allegory includes pressing issues that are being debated today, including illegal immigration and the refuge crisis, an issue that several European commentators have compared to cockroach infestation; extreme capitalism / consumerism vs. domestic spending for social supports; sexual harassment…. Mr. Prump in the story was a projection of Donald Trump based on the TV show, The Apprentice. The counterpart, Mr. Rump, was based on positions held by Bernie Sanders. Part of the negotiations in the story occur in the only high rise on planet Shptiludrp (Shop Until You Drop), a giant shopping mall and the center of economic governance, now more easily identifiable as Trump Tower. The political allegory in the novel is much more obvious now that Donald Trump has become a household name.

Shop Now: https://www.facebook.com/Lacy-Dawn-Adventures-573354432693864/


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“Tired of Politics? Let's Make Political Allegory Fun Again!” http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2017/02/rarty-from-hollow-by-robert-eggleton.html

There is no political advocacy in Rarity from the Hollow, one side or any other. With respect to allegory, this novel was the first if not the only science fiction farce to predict the rise of Donald Trump to political power. You may be interested in this press release: http://www.pr4us.com/pr-2618-trump-presidency-predicted-in.html, but you would have to read the novel to find out how Lacy Dawn, the protagonist, convinced Mr. Rump (Bernie Sanders) to help talk Mr. Prump (Donald Trump) into saving the universe. The allegory includes pressing issues that are being debated today, including illegal immigration and the refuge crisis, an issue that several European commentators have compared to cockroach infestation; extreme capitalism / consumerism vs. domestic spending for social supports; sexual harassment…. Mr. Prump in the story was a projection of Donald Trump based on the TV show, The Apprentice. The counterpart, Mr. Rump, was based on positions held by Bernie Sanders. Part of the negotiations in the story occur in the only high rise on planet Shptiludrp (Shop Until You Drop), a giant shopping mall and the center of economic governance, now more easily identifiable as Trump Tower. The political allegory in the novel is much more obvious now that Donald Trump has become a household name.

Shop Now: https://www.facebook.com/Lacy-Dawn-Adventures-573354432693864/


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“Tired of Politics? Let's Make Political Allegory Fun Again!” http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2017/02/rarty-from-hollow-by-robert-eggleton.html

There is no political advocacy in Rarity from the Hollow, one side or any other. With respect to allegory, this novel was the first if not the only science fiction farce to predict the rise of Donald Trump to political power. You may be interested in this press release: http://www.pr4us.com/pr-2618-trump-presidency-predicted-in.html, but you would have to read the novel to find out how Lacy Dawn, the protagonist, convinced Mr. Rump (Bernie Sanders) to help talk Mr. Prump (Donald Trump) into saving the universe. The allegory includes pressing issues that are being debated today, including illegal immigration and the refuge crisis, an issue that several European commentators have compared to cockroach infestation; extreme capitalism / consumerism vs. domestic spending for social supports; sexual harassment…. Mr. Prump in the story was a projection of Donald Trump based on the TV show, The Apprentice. The counterpart, Mr. Rump, was based on positions held by Bernie Sanders. Part of the negotiations in the story occur in the only high rise on planet Shptiludrp (Shop Until You Drop), a giant shopping mall and the center of economic governance, now more easily identifiable as Trump Tower. The political allegory in the novel is much more obvious now that Donald Trump has become a household name.

Shop Now: https://www.facebook.com/Lacy-Dawn-Adventures-573354432693864/


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“Tired of Politics? Let's Make Political Allegory Fun Again!” http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2017/02/rarty-from-hollow-by-robert-eggleton.html

There is no political advocacy in Rarity from the Hollow, one side or any other. With respect to allegory, this novel was the first if not the only science fiction farce to predict the rise of Donald Trump to political power. You may be interested in this press release: http://www.pr4us.com/pr-2618-trump-presidency-predicted-in.html, but you would have to read the novel to find out how Lacy Dawn, the protagonist, convinced Mr. Rump (Bernie Sanders) to help talk Mr. Prump (Donald Trump) into saving the universe. The allegory includes pressing issues that are being debated today, including illegal immigration and the refuge crisis, an issue that several European commentators have compared to cockroach infestation; extreme capitalism / consumerism vs. domestic spending for social supports; sexual harassment…. Mr. Prump in the story was a projection of Donald Trump based on the TV show, The Apprentice. The counterpart, Mr. Rump, was based on positions held by Bernie Sanders. Part of the negotiations in the story occur in the only high rise on planet Shptiludrp (Shop Until You Drop), a giant shopping mall and the center of economic governance, now more easily identifiable as Trump Tower. The political allegory in the novel is much more obvious now that Donald Trump has become a household name.

Shop Now: https://www.facebook.com/Lacy-Dawn-Adventures-573354432693864/


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“Tired of Politics? Let's Make Political Allegory Fun Again!” http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2017/02/rarty-from-hollow-by-robert-eggleton.html

There is no political advocacy in Rarity from the Hollow, one side or any other. With respect to allegory, this novel was the first if not the only science fiction farce to predict the rise of Donald Trump to political power. You may be interested in this press release: http://www.pr4us.com/pr-2618-trump-presidency-predicted-in.html, but you would have to read the novel to find out how Lacy Dawn, the protagonist, convinced Mr. Rump (Bernie Sanders) to help talk Mr. Prump (Donald Trump) into saving the universe. The allegory includes pressing issues that are being debated today, including illegal immigration and the refuge crisis, an issue that several European commentators have compared to cockroach infestation; extreme capitalism / consumerism vs. domestic spending for social supports; sexual harassment…. Mr. Prump in the story was a projection of Donald Trump based on the TV show, The Apprentice. The counterpart, Mr. Rump, was based on positions held by Bernie Sanders. Part of the negotiations in the story occur in the only high rise on planet Shptiludrp (Shop Until You Drop), a giant shopping mall and the center of economic governance, now more easily identifiable as Trump Tower. The political allegory in the novel is much more obvious now that Donald Trump has become a household name.

Shop Now: https://www.facebook.com/Lacy-Dawn-Adventures-573354432693864/


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“Tired of Politics? Let's Make Political Allegory Fun Again!” http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2017/02/rarty-from-hollow-by-robert-eggleton.html

There is no political advocacy in Rarity from the Hollow, one side or any other. With respect to allegory, this novel was the first if not the only science fiction farce to predict the rise of Donald Trump to political power. You may be interested in this press release: http://www.pr4us.com/pr-2618-trump-presidency-predicted-in.html, but you would have to read the novel to find out how Lacy Dawn, the protagonist, convinced Mr. Rump (Bernie Sanders) to help talk Mr. Prump (Donald Trump) into saving the universe. The allegory includes pressing issues that are being debated today, including illegal immigration and the refuge crisis, an issue that several European commentators have compared to cockroach infestation; extreme capitalism / consumerism vs. domestic spending for social supports; sexual harassment…. Mr. Prump in the story was a projection of Donald Trump based on the TV show, The Apprentice. The counterpart, Mr. Rump, was based on positions held by Bernie Sanders. Part of the negotiations in the story occur in the only high rise on planet Shptiludrp (Shop Until You Drop), a giant shopping mall and the center of economic governance, now more easily identifiable as Trump Tower. The political allegory in the novel is much more obvious now that Donald Trump has become a household name.

Shop Now: https://www.facebook.com/Lacy-Dawn-Adventures-573354432693864/


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“Tired of Politics? Let's Make Political Allegory Fun Again!” http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2017/02/rarty-from-hollow-by-robert-eggleton.html

There is no political advocacy in Rarity from the Hollow, one side or any other. With respect to allegory, this novel was the first if not the only science fiction farce to predict the rise of Donald Trump to political power. You may be interested in this press release: http://www.pr4us.com/pr-2618-trump-presidency-predicted-in.html, but you would have to read the novel to find out how Lacy Dawn, the protagonist, convinced Mr. Rump (Bernie Sanders) to help talk Mr. Prump (Donald Trump) into saving the universe. The allegory includes pressing issues that are being debated today, including illegal immigration and the refuge crisis, an issue that several European commentators have compared to cockroach infestation; extreme capitalism / consumerism vs. domestic spending for social supports; sexual harassment…. Mr. Prump in the story was a projection of Donald Trump based on the TV show, The Apprentice. The counterpart, Mr. Rump, was based on positions held by Bernie Sanders. Part of the negotiations in the story occur in the only high rise on planet Shptiludrp (Shop Until You Drop), a giant shopping mall and the center of economic governance, now more easily identifiable as Trump Tower. The political allegory in the novel is much more obvious now that Donald Trump has become a household name.

Shop Now: https://www.facebook.com/Lacy-Dawn-Adventures-573354432693864/


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“Tired of Politics? Let's Make Political Allegory Fun Again!” http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2017/02/rarty-from-hollow-by-robert-eggleton.html

There is no political advocacy in Rarity from the Hollow, one side or any other. With respect to allegory, this novel was the first if not the only science fiction farce to predict the rise of Donald Trump to political power. You may be interested in this press release: http://www.pr4us.com/pr-2618-trump-presidency-predicted-in.html, but you would have to read the novel to find out how Lacy Dawn, the protagonist, convinced Mr. Rump (Bernie Sanders) to help talk Mr. Prump (Donald Trump) into saving the universe. The allegory includes pressing issues that are being debated today, including illegal immigration and the refuge crisis, an issue that several European commentators have compared to cockroach infestation; extreme capitalism / consumerism vs. domestic spending for social supports; sexual harassment…. Mr. Prump in the story was a projection of Donald Trump based on the TV show, The Apprentice. The counterpart, Mr. Rump, was based on positions held by Bernie Sanders. Part of the negotiations in the story occur in the only high rise on planet Shptiludrp (Shop Until You Drop), a giant shopping mall and the center of economic governance, now more easily identifiable as Trump Tower. The political allegory in the novel is much more obvious now that Donald Trump has become a household name.

Shop Now: https://www.facebook.com/Lacy-Dawn-Adventures-573354432693864/

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