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Rob Berra
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Attended Capella University
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A graphic designer is using his art to send a message on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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Garrison Keillor says "Democrats can spend four years raising heirloom tomatoes, meditating, reading Jane Austen, traveling around the country, tasting artisan beers, and let the Republicans build the wall and carry on the trade war with China and deport the undocumented and deal with opioids and we Democrats can go for a long brisk walk and smell the roses."

That's well and good for him, a Democrat who very likely is in a position to retire comfortably, basically unaffected by what's coming. He won't have to worry about losing his job and therefore his health insurance. He won't have to worry about getting his crotch grabbed, or being denied a desperately-needed abortion. He won't have to worry about being shot like Philando Castile.

He's fine, but the rest of us don't have that luxury. "I'm all right, Jack" is an attitude unworthy of him, and not one he should be encouraging amongst we liberal "elites."
So he won. The nation takes a deep breath. Raw ego and proud illiteracy have won out and a severely learning-disabled man with a real character problem will be president. We are so exhausted from thinking about this election, millions of people will take up leaf-raking and garage cleaning with intense pleasure. We liberal elitists are wrecks. The Trumpers had a whale of a good time, waving their signs, jeering at the media, beating up protesters,...
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There is almost no subject that Terry Pratchett hasn’t explained better, funnier, and more times than just about anyone else on the planet. Reading his Discworld novels is reading a master at work, and it seems like he gets more relevant the more time passes. Here are 10 of his most relevant passages to keep in mind throughout the next four years.
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Letter shows he demanded full ‘financial disclosures’ before hearings.
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There are some over-the-top remarks, and a couple of facts that I question, but there's some interesting facts about Corey Booker's recent pharma vote that I didn't know, and the writer has a point, overall.
I’ve been angry and disgusted about a lot of things since Election Day. But over the past few days I’ve been angrier than Jack Nicholson’s…
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One example: She wouldn't say guns don't belong in schools — and cited a school's need to protect itself from “potential grizzlies.” Bears, that is.
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On a lighter note, sort of...
- At night you hear coyotes howling and deer screaming. At night you hear trains in the distance. At night you hear frogs. The worst nights are the ones where there are no sounds at all. - You let...
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“…everyone but an idiot knows that the lower classes must be kept poor, or they will never be industrious.” —Arthur Young; 1771
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Cecile Richards talks about the high taxpayer cost of defunding Planned Parenthood.
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Such a stupid thing to lie about, and so easily falsified.

http://time.com/4629690/donald-trump-inauguration-clothes
Despite Trump saying 'All the dress shops are sold out in Washington'
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  • Wells Fargo
    present
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  • Capella University
    Emergency Management, 2008 - 2011
  • UMASS
    1979 - 2002
  • Amherst Regional High School
    1976 - 1979
  • Danes Hill School
    1970 - 1973
  • Hersham House
    1968 - 1970
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Outstanding service every time! I've lived in the Twin Cities since 2001, and within two blocks of these guys for most of that time, but we just found them recently. I regret that we didn't try them first, because I don't remember the last time I felt such trust for a service station. They have been scrupulous about telling us when we did not need repairs, or that the repair would cost more than was reasonable, given the age of the car. On the other side of it, I've always been satisfied with the work they *did* do, and the prices have always been extremely reasonable. They clearly stand by their motto of "An honest repair at a fair price," which is why they'll have my business for as long as I live within reasonable driving distance of their shop. Jerry, I don't suppose we could persuade you to franchise your operation and mission statement, could I? We need more like you.
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