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How does one get $130,000 in the hole with child support? Shouldn’t he have been arrested long before now? The poor children who have had to go all this time without support . . . Are you willing to pay for the Titanic? A British ship sunk in international waters, yet Sen, John Kerry wants US taxpayers to protect it. Only a millionaire could come up with this idiotic scheme . . . A decade ago I set up a DRiP for Coca~Cola. I don’t look at it much as it is a forget-about-it account. I needed to look up my dividends for my taxes recently. I am very pleased with my investment at this point. Slow and steady is doing well . . . How come the three-hour concession stand duty falls to me each year? . . . That Oro Cubano hand-rolled cigar did nothing for me . . . Happiness: my five-year old curling up in my arms and taking a long afternoon nap. That put a huge smile on my face (once I woke up) . . . I like Santana. Carlos et al. are coming to AC in July. The least expensive seat is $76. Yeah, I’ll listen to a CD instead . . . Just because you are elected, doesn’t mean you are intelligent. The Mason-Dixon line never came to New Jersey, therefore it is false to claim we were above it or below it. That was dispelled years ago . . . In one or the more egregious examples of government acting stupidly, New Jersey is providing free busing from Salem and Cumberland counties to Atlantic City this week. Why? It’s part of the Fugitive Safe Surrender-New Jersey Southern Region initiative. The idea is that fugitives turn themselves in. I am not a criminal, but that seems like a stretch at best. I am willing to accept it, however, for this argument. The busing is because it is noted that many of these folks do not have the money to pay for transportation to and from this event. Save, only one way is guaranteed. The return trip may or not be provided. So, take a bus ride, turn yourself in, but the return trip is one you? It doesn’t seem quite as well thought out as it could be . . . I killed my mother again this evening. The speech went well. Lots of tears. Do folks really not listen to the introductions? It clearly stated it was fictional. I feel so guilty pulling on their heartstrings like this. But it was good . . . BTW, I love speech-a-thons . . .

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