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Sigh: DWS' Lie of the Day

glen147 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 11:34 AM
Must admit, Debbie is one practical lady. No hairdresser cost for this gal. Every morning she wets her finger and sticks it in a socket and off she goes.
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Sigh: DWS' Lie of the Day

glen147 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 11:29 AM
Old Debbie was on Fox the night before and told the same story , word for word. Amazing, no one ever challenges her! Probably best republicans let it ride, Talk about the gift that keeps on giving.
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Sigh: DWS' Lie of the Day

glen147 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 11:25 AM
Ran into ol' Debbie just the other day at the grocery store. She was standing in the Express Line with no items. Noticed she was still standing there when I left.
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Sigh: DWS' Lie of the Day

glen147 Wrote: Apr 25, 2012 11:20 AM
Let's not forget - ol' Debbie married her millions - And why did "her millions" marry Debbie? Can rule looks and personality upfront. What's left? Money marries Power and and suddenly Money gets more money. Obama cronyism at work.
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Maureen Dowd Blows Her Cool

glen147 Wrote: Apr 14, 2012 10:43 AM
Let's see: Maureen Dowd? Maureen Dowd? Is she still around? I thought I remember something about her trying to commit suicide when one of her cats died. I think I recall she finally ended her pining for a man when the cobwebs took over? Probably, the perfect solution to her dilemma would be to go in with Keith Olberman and get a NY flat together, now that old age and senility is taking a toll on both of them. Maybe, for extra retirement money, they could try pitching a new reality show. How about calling it: "Two Old Spinster and their Cats" . I think it might work?
Thank you for that very helpful piece of information.
Dear Informed Voter - you need to share with us your expertise on how to determine when a stock is "worthless" I'm certain we could all benefit from your vast wisdom - NOT! Not a good idea to listen to someone who is perplexed why she is receiving e-mails from someone she obviously signed up to receive. Now, she is in a quandary on how to locate that "unsubscribe" and "click here". You needn't feel ashamed, just ask the next person you pass on the street.
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