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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Going Away . . . for a Bit

Heading off to DC tomorrow. I'll be gone about a week. I should be back just before election day. Going to hang out with my ultra conservative son. Should be fun.

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  1. Washington, DC? When you get home you'll need a long shower.

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  2. Best wishes to you for a safe and enjoyable trip.

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  3. Be sure to check your watch and wallet after each hand shake, then use hand sanitizer.

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  4. Before you go, any chance you can share some of your stories about Clinton and her dealings with you? I seem to vaguely remember that they were quite interesting and definitely relevant at this time.

    Have a great trip! :)

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  5. Safe Trip Mr. Dip!
    If you get a free moment,
    Log in and update us on your 'Father-Son' DC outings and observations!
    On Watch~~~

    Go Orange! Go Trump!

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  6. If you get out Sterling way, let me know. I'll take you to my local Burmese restaurant. If you're going to be in the NoVa as well as the DC, that is.

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  7. Have a great trip; and post some more links to your son's writing.

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  8. The PC term is now "alt-right" not "conservative" or "ultra-conservative"

    - reader #1482

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  9. Dip--hope you connect with the Trump transition team.

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  10. The snake pit eh?
    leaperman

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  11. brexit canceled by 'the court'.
    I totally knew this was going to be closed off by the establishment.
    When all civil avenues for change are blocked, only the uncivil ones remain.

    - reader #1482

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    1. I guess the "People" don't get a say huh.
      Fook em. The people voted for brexit. Done deal.

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  12. You should hang around until after the election and help "drain the swamp."

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