Monthly Archive: June 2017

Jun 29

THE HEIRS: A Take Your Time Kind of Book

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What happened to the plot in The Heirs? I must admit I am in the middle with reviewing The Heirs—the book is both good and quite frankly not so good. The Heirs is broken up into chapters by the people involved in the story—the children and the family’s counterparts. The Heirs tells the life story …

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Jun 27

RIGHT IS WRONG AND WRONG IS RIGHT IN AMERICA. WE’RE LIVING IN AN UPSIDE DOWN WORLD!

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America is upside down. In fact most of the world is upside down. What is wrong is currently right. And what is right is wrong. No wait I really should say this another way—what used to be the wrong thing to do in America, is now the right thing to do. And the right thing …

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Jun 27

I DEMAND YOU RESPECT HILLARY CLINTON AND WOMEN WHO ARE TOO FAT TOO SLUTTY AND TOO LOUD

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WOW! Too fat, Too Slutty Too Loud written by Buzzfeed celebrity editor Anne Helen Petersen is a misrepresentation of American women. Most women want better lives. But women do not have to scream about what they want, demand it, or demand respect. Women, people in general do not get respect by demanding it. People get …

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Jun 23

HERE AND GONE: THE BEST ROLLER COASTER RIDE YOU’LL READ THIS SUMMER

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Compelling, well written, fast moving, Here And Gone, written by Haylen Beck is so well done, I read it in one day. And night. Started reading when it got hot outside and read until the wee hours of the next morning. Haylen Beck knows exactly what he is doing. Here and Gone grabs you and …

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Jun 21

THE SHARK CLUB: BEAUTIFUL SUMMER BEACH READ!

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Ann Kidd Taylor starts The Shark Club off by describing the beauty of the sea, the strong but delicate looking creatures living in the ocean and Florida’s sand and crystal/clear azure waters. I felt the ever-present pang in my mind to pack up my house, sell everything off, and get in a car and drive …

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Jun 21

WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY: TAKE A DONADACATION INSTEAD OF A STAYCATION

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WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY—RELAX THIS VACATION AND DON’T WORRY ABOUT ANYTHING— I agree with the Associated Press after reading their story. AP said “almost three-fourths of Americans say resting and relaxing is very or extremely important to them when they go on vacation, according to the survey from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.” …

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Jun 20

TACO TUESDAY: RACHAEL RAY’S HEALTHY RED ONION CHICKEN

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TACO TUESDAY—RACHAEL RAY’S HEALTHY RED ONION CHICKEN—This chicken recipe can be created in about 30 minutes, depending on how much time you have. You can slow cook a half or whole chicken in this mixture also, by adding chicken broth and water. Check on mixture every so often to make sure there is enough water …

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Jun 19

A BEAUTIFUL,TERRIBLE THING: Reads Like a Book About Former President Bill Clinton!

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A Beautiful, Terrible Thing reminds me of a movie written about former president Bill Clinton, who was impeached, by the way. Jen Waite falls for a charming, flirtatious bartender who is seriously good looking. While living in New York City, working as a waitress, waiting for her big break as an actor, she meets Marco …

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Jun 19

MANSLICE MONDAY: CONTROVERSIAL MILO YIANNOPOULOS

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MOMZINGA’S MANSLICE MONDAY—Milo Yiannopoulos—- Super controversial media personality, Milo Yiannopoulos is openly gay, and almost everyone the world over, knows who this Conservative editor, personality, writer, author, editor, speaker is. Or should that be nobody really knows who Yiannopoulos really is, because he morphs into different personalities, desperately seeks attention and does just about anything …

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Jun 15

MOM RANT: Life Was Simpler and Easier When We Didn’t Have So Many Choices!

Life was better back in the 1960’s, the 1970’s and the 1980’s. Life was simpler. Life was easier. Life was better in America back then, before handheld computers took over the world! We had less choice, and more real life affirming conversations. We read more books. We used common sense. We lived every day in …

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