Saturday, January 21, 2017

MERCY ME!!! It's Turned into a Real "HOTSY-TOTSY DAY" on the Streets of America -- and my LAST POSTING Got MORE Hits the First Hour than MOST get in the First WEEK!!!

Lord!!! Even THIS has a grammar error!!!

That LAST posting -- in case you missed it:

And the LATEST list of TOP SEARCH KEYWORDS finding this blog:

I think everyone knows I was hosted at the White House by Ronald and Nancy Reagan -- here seen with Good Ol' FRANK SINATRA!!!

According to the late star's new biographer James Kaplan, Sinatra's manhood 'was one of the things Sinatra was self-conscious about.'

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Scott Kenan shared a link.
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Donald Trump lived down to expectations, says conservative columnist George Will.

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“Did you know that of the 14 states with the highest number of painkiller prescriptions per person, they all went for Trump?” he asked. 

Maher said Trump won 80 percent of the states that have the biggest heroin problems, and that the counties who flipped for him in Ohio and Pennsylvania were the ones racked by opioid abuse.

"Kids, don’t do heroin, it’s a gateway to being a Republican," he warned.

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Peter Gabriel's song "Rhythm of the Heat" (Security, 1982), tells about Jung's visit to Africa, during which he joined a group of tribal drummers and dancers and became overwhelmed by the fear of losing control of himself. 

At the time Jung was exploring the concept of the collective unconscious and was afraid he would come under control of the music. Gabriel learned about Jung's journey to Africa from the essay Symbols and the Interpretation of Dreams. 

In the song Gabriel tries to capture the powerful feelings the African tribal music evoked in Jung by means of intense use of tribal drumbeats. The original song title was Jung in Africa.

Jung had undertaken his African adventure with the secret purpose of escaping from Europe and its complex problems. . . The trip revealed itself as less an investigation of primitive psychology. . . than a probing into the rather embarrassing question: What is going to happen to Jung the psychologist in the wilds of Africa? . . . It became clear to me that this study had been not so much an objective scientific project as an intensely personal one, and that any attempt to go deeper into it touched every possible sore spot in my own psychology. - C. G. Jung.

great song of peter Gabriel.

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I got 100% correct (although not sure of one of my answers):

Are you as smart as you think you are?

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The Democrats are FINALLY trying to get Public Transportation to stop at the airport!!! 
It is RIGHT NEXT TO THE CITY and closer than MANY places the busses now run. 

BEFORE, both Democrats AND Republicans HATED "Niggers" too much to allow busses to go there. THAT is why they NEVER go to Wrightsville Beach (for rich whiteys), but they DO go to much farther away Carolina Beach!!!

Wave Transit already has a stop at the nearby Wilmington VA Medical Center

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