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Carol Doane
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Bug on the leaf of the advertising world that cannot be shaken off.
Bug on the leaf of the advertising world that cannot be shaken off.

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Merry Christmas. Have a happy and classic holiday!
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Breaking my silence on Goodreads: my first review
After being a member of Goodreads for many years, I finally broke my silence. Ten Thousand Sorrows : The Extraordinary Journey of a Korean War Orphan by Elizabeth Kim My rating: 5 of 5 stars Elizabeth Kim presents a mirror for us to judge how we treat each ...

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Carol Doane commented on a post on Blogger.
To the list of Tasting Room Etiquette, I would add – do not wear perfume or cologne when wine tasting. It dampens the enjoyment of the experience for the people around you.

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Go, vote, it's Election Day
Go vote, it's Election Day

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This song sounds REALLY good while driving a Mercedes. #justsaying

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The Navy wants my daughter, I'm not a fan
Recruiters face challenges without an independent, objective and unbiased military justice system.  The Navy called yesterday. The man calling asked to speak to my daughter. I said she wasn't available. In reality, he was calling on my cell phone, I was at ...

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Happy National OK Day, Okay?!
On this day in history in 1839, OK entered the national vernacular. In the 1830s "OK" was part of local Boston slang and was propelled to national prominence when it first appeared in print in the Boston Morning Post. That happened on March 23, 1839. OK gai...
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