5 thoughts on “Daily morning cartoon / meme roundup: tRump’s shell game presidency

  1. kentuckyangel24 September 21, 2020 / 11:24

    Good ones, Scottie. I grabbed a few to forward to my sibs. Loved the ones about Ginsberg. A heroine to all women! Hugs!

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    • Scottie September 21, 2020 / 11:58

      Hello Angela. Not just to women but to all who needed equality. Yesterday’s roundup had far more about her. The loss of her to our democracy is still a stunning shock I am struggling to understand. Do you remember the song American Pie? I think many of us will remember her death as the day the music died. Hugs

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      • kentuckyangel24 September 21, 2020 / 12:07

        I even remember being on the school bus when I heard about the plane crash that spurred the song. It died that morning and it is fading today. And you are right, I was commenting based on the inequality for women and forgetting all the other minorities. Of course, in all fairness, the male of the species no matter what the background has always been the lord and master of the home with the exception of the Black Widow spider. I could grow to love that spider if it had fewer legs. Hugs!

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        • Scottie September 21, 2020 / 12:26

          Hello Angela. I remember where I was when I heard about the Challenger disaster. I had just entered our mod center room of our barracks rooms in Berlin Germany and it was on the TV as stunned friends sat there watching. In 2001, on 9-11 Ron and I were traveling home from NH going around Washington DC on an eerily empty highway. Wondering what was going on we turned on the radio to hear that the first tower had fallen. At first we couldn’t believe it, thinking it was a sick joke, but every station was reporting it. That was the only time in thirty years I have seen Ron cry. Strange how these shocks to our system cause our brains to record where we are and what we were doing. Hugs

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          • kentuckyangel24 September 23, 2020 / 03:40

            Very true. I was listening to the car radio on my last day of work at a local chemical company when JFK was shot, working again when the towers were hit and had just gone to bed on Monday morning after my weekend of taking care of a lady with Alzheimer’s when I got a call from my mom telling me to turn on my TV. No sleep that day! Hugs.

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