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Get someone else to blow your horn and the sound will carry twice as far.
  —  Will Rogers
[For example:  #45 – The pathological liar in the Oval Office.  —  KMAB]
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2014 More Beef, Less Bull
2013 Where Are Your Mountains
2012 Spherical Knowledge Of Hamsters
2011 Taking Stock Over Time
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The liar’s punishment is, not in the least that he is not believed, but that he cannot believe anyone else.
  ―  George Bernard Shaw
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On This Day In:
2018 An Old Style Conservative
2017 John Q.
2016 In Trembling Hope Repose
2015 Let There Be Light
2014 Unless
2013 Divergent Roads To Similarity?
2012 In The Process
2011 What Do You Emphasize?

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One must always tell what one sees.  Above all, which is more difficult, one must always see what one sees.
  —  Charles Pierre Peguy
Who you gonna believe, me or your lying eyes?
  —  Richard Pryor
From his joke about what he said to his wife when she caught him in bed with another woman
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On This Day In:
2018 Oh, Hell
2017 No Welcome Mat Here
2016 Making It Up
A Missed Beat
2015 We Are All Explorers
2014 Still Trying To Cope
2013 Dear Diary (A good chuckle!)
2012 Conveniently Sequential
2011 King’s Speech Number Four
Rational Probability

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The Lord will drench you with His showers, but he will dry you with His sun.
  —  Czech Proverb
Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases.  Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants; electric light the most efficient policeman.
  —  Louis D. Brandeis
Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
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On This Day In:
2017 While Congress Slept
2016 And A Fellow Who Insists On Telling Us He’s Smart?
2015 Curves Ahead
2014 Sitting?
2013 Misperceptions
2012 Essential Experience
2011 Lest We Forget Those Still In Harm’s Way
Sound Familiar?

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A reputation for good judgment, for fair dealing, for truth, and for rectitude is itself a fortune.
  —  Henry Ward Beecher
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On This Day In:
2017 Bull’s Eye
2016 Gifts
Jacked 3
2015 I’d Settle For Interesting
2014 Old Math
2013 Adequate Explanation
2012 Superior Discovery
2011 Welcome Home And Thank You!!
Two Heritages

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There is a slowness in affairs which ripens them, and a slowness which rots them.
  —  Joseph Roux
From his book:  “Meditations of a Parish Priest
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On This Day In:
2017 #DonTheCon And Russian Collusion
2016 Balance The Truth
2015 Still Itchin’
2014 One Life
2013 Reason Is Your Light
2012 Bordering Manhood
2011 Even Christ Couldn’t

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My god, I was sitting with a con artist!  This is how they intended to control the country.  Religion when needed, business when appropriate, and deception all the time.
  —  Bassem Youssef
From his book:  “Revolution For Dummies
[But is sure sounds like a meeting with #LyingDonald in the White House – doesn’t it?  —  KMAB]
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2017 Left Behind
2016 Self-Restraint
2015 In The Midst
2014 Match Book
2013 Disservice And Disingenuous
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On Death
2011 The Spirit Of Universal Connectivity
2010 SF Giants Pitchers Witness Protection Program
Orange Outside (Too) & Fear The Beard
Non-Taxing Read

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