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How is the grout cleaning going. Took me 2 minutes to realize what was going on. I am going to finish raking the yard it is beautiful out.

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Today's Ray Of Hope

Nov. 21 2019

Happened to run into a liberal Hollywood producer this weekend and he spilled the beans. A lot of honest liberals are sick and tired of what the Democrats are doing. Here's the Simple Truth. #Walkaway

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The peasants are revolting

The Star Tribune home page turned its online home page into a hotbed of Trump Derangement Syndrome from the first days of the administration. Of course, every jot and tittle of the Democrats’ impeachment theater has found a prominent place on it. For some reason, however, Star Tribune readers prefer stories pursuing other interests. The screenshot below captures the Star Tribune’s top 5 most read stories this morning. Go Gophers, I guess. Twins fans can’t wait till next year. It’s almost funny.

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On 11/21/2019 at 10:12 AM, Valin said:

The peasants are revolting

The Star Tribune home page turned its online home page into a hotbed of Trump Derangement Syndrome from the first days of the administration. Of course, every jot and tittle of the Democrats’ impeachment theater has found a prominent place on it. For some reason, however, Star Tribune readers prefer stories pursuing other interests. The screenshot below captures the Star Tribune’s top 5 most read stories this morning. Go Gophers, I guess. Twins fans can’t wait till next year. It’s almost funny.

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The peasants are revolting, cont’d

Scott Johnson

Nov. 22 2019

 

Star Tribune readers seem to have escaped the impeachment hysteria that has manifested in a big way among the Democrats and their media adjunct. I refer, of course, to Schiff impeachment theater. The Star Tribune features syndicated articles peddling the hysteria as big news every day on its home page, yet its readers continue to direct their attention elsewhere. Below are the Star Tribune’s top five most read online stories at the moment. It’s almost funny.

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On 11/21/2019 at 10:12 AM, Valin said:

The peasants are revolting

The Star Tribune home page turned its online home page into a hotbed of Trump Derangement Syndrome from the first days of the administration. Of course, every jot and tittle of the Democrats’ impeachment theater has found a prominent place on it. For some reason, however, Star Tribune readers prefer stories pursuing other interests. The screenshot below captures the Star Tribune’s top 5 most read stories this morning. Go Gophers, I guess. Twins fans can’t wait till next year. It’s almost funny.

Screen-Shot-2019-11-21-at-8.03.16-AM.png

 

On 11/22/2019 at 0:44 PM, Valin said:

 

The peasants are revolting, cont’d

Scott Johnson

Nov. 22 2019

 

Star Tribune readers seem to have escaped the impeachment hysteria that has manifested in a big way among the Democrats and their media adjunct. I refer, of course, to Schiff impeachment theater. The Star Tribune features syndicated articles peddling the hysteria as big news every day on its home page, yet its readers continue to direct their attention elsewhere. Below are the Star Tribune’s top five most read online stories at the moment. It’s almost funny.

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The peasants are revolting, cont’d

Scott Johnson

Dec. 6 2019

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi charged the House Judiciary Committee with the preparation of articles against President Trump yesterday. From the perspective of the Star Tribune editors, it’s probably the biggest news of the day. The AP story touting it sits at the top of the Star Tribune home page (“Democrats say Trump impeachment charges must come swiftly”). Readers, however, seem to be pursuing other interests. Below is a screenshot of the Star Tribune’s top five most read online stories as of 5:45 a.m. (Central) this morning. The tragic loss of three members of the Minnesota National Guard in the helicopter accident yesterday afternoon comes in at number 1. We see that in the second most read story that Twins fans continue to wait till next year. News of Trump’s prospective impeachment does not make the top 5. It’s almost funny.

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On 12/6/2019 at 5:57 AM, Valin said:

 

 

The peasants are revolting, cont’d

Scott Johnson

Dec. 6 2019

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi charged the House Judiciary Committee with the preparation of articles against President Trump yesterday. From the perspective of the Star Tribune editors, it’s probably the biggest news of the day. The AP story touting it sits at the top of the Star Tribune home page (“Democrats say Trump impeachment charges must come swiftly”). Readers, however, seem to be pursuing other interests. Below is a screenshot of the Star Tribune’s top five most read online stories as of 5:45 a.m. (Central) this morning. The tragic loss of three members of the Minnesota National Guard in the helicopter accident yesterday afternoon comes in at number 1. We see that in the second most read story that Twins fans continue to wait till next year. News of Trump’s prospective impeachment does not make the top 5. It’s almost funny.

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The peasants are revolting, cont’d

The Star Tribune features two impeachment-related stories at the center of its home page this morning (with more posted under each of the two stories), but readers are turning their attention elsewhere. The Star Tribune’s most read and most emailed stories as of 8:45 a.m. (Central) this morning are listed below. My theory here is that laughter is the best medicine.

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Video: Liberals suddenly OK with billionaires running for president:

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The weirdest and most bizarre crime stories of 2019

Crimes, unfortunately, happen every day across America, but there are some you read about that leave you scratching your head. Ranging from dancing with lions to police pursuits involving toy trucks, here are seven of the weirdest and most bizarre crime stories of the year.

Man in reindeer slippers attempts to steal woman's wheelchair

 

A man in Arizona wearing reindeer slippers managed to ‘dash’ away from this scene – but law enforcement caught up to him anyway.:snip:

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I like dis guy...

 

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