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10 Years

Posted by pjsauter on November 28, 2015
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10 years ago today, the first post went up here. When you’re a kid, you the old people talk about how fast time passes as you get older, but you don’t really get it until you get older yourself. Then one day turns into another, seasons fly by, and all of a sudden a decade is gone. Back in 2005, MySpace was the big thing (“The Facebook” wasn’t even open to the public yet), YouTube had only been founded in February (hadn’t been bought by Google yet), and there was no such thing as Twitter.

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Happy Thanksgiving

Posted by pjsauter on November 26, 2015
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Happy T-Day everybody. Whether you’re heading out to visit friends and family, out at the mall being crushed by bargain-seeking good little American consumer-citizens, or just having a quite day at home watching shitty football games, I hope you have a nice day. I just hope in a year from now, we’re not talking about President-Elect Trump. Or Carson. Or Rubio. Or Cruz. Or….

Obama Strikes Again

Posted by pjsauter on November 19, 2015
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Like most of you, and all good Republicans, I was both saddened and outraged to hear that Paris Hilton was attacked last weekend thanks to President Wimpypants’ woefully inadequate protection of American broads. So I was greatly relieved when I realized that it was not Paris Hilton, but Paris, France that was attacked, and while it was actually Americans abroad that were in danger, only one of them (and Donald Trump’s deportation storm trooper force would have probably sent her back to Mexico anyway) was killed.

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Election Day

Posted by pjsauter on November 3, 2015
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I overcame sever apathy this morning and stopped by the good old firehouse to do my civic duty (really seems more like civic masturbation) and cast my ballot – which promptly caused a paper jam. I hope that’s not a sign of things to come.

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