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a few minutes ago auntie grizelda commented on On the Blabbermouth Podcast: Could Delaying a Trump Impeachment Help Democrats During the 2018 Midterms?.
@long way home: They look a lot more like pig hooves to me.
a few minutes ago auntie grizelda commented on On the Blabbermouth Podcast: Could Delaying a Trump Impeachment Help Democrats During the 2018 Midterms?.
I say stuff Trumpzilla and Pencezilla and their fellow RepubliKKKan ilk with Big Macs until they all have 4-alarm heart attacks and major strokes, Heart-Attack Cafe style, put forks in their asses and be done with 'em already. Then no impeachment proceedings would be necessary.
in the past hour auntie grizelda commented on The Morning News: Faster (But Not Fast Enough) Trains For Amtrak Cascades, Owning an Air Conditioner Is UnSeattle.
@26 Queue517: Actually, you have my deepest sympathy. Hope your unit also has a tub for ice.
@27 hey: Was it Ray's on Shilshole?
in the past hour auntie grizelda commented on Sometimes I Think Donald Trump Is In a FemDom Relationship.
@25 nocutename: I second your expressed thoughts, and cherish everything and anything that embarrasses and shortens the lifespans of Trumpzilla and ultimately, Pencezilla, ad nauseum. The more the better. Let Trumpzilla pork down on Big Macs; its four-alarm heart-attack and ensuing fatal stroke will be welcome news. I also agree on Melania: no sympathy there, either. She knew what she was marrying---most likely only for the $$$$$$$$ and Wall Street bailout protections. Their ilk has been a scandal since Day One.
in the past hour auntie grizelda commented on Savage Love.
Just briefly, Griz is back after an evening of fish and Tillamash, Chinese-style veggies, smoked salmon, red wine, gf cheddar crackers and cream cheese, and A Street Cat Named Bob, classic Carol Burnett Show reruns, and, more fittingly, from 1983, The Big Chill.
Again, like Roger Waters, I....have become...comfortably numb.

Nothing to add, but I appreciate the good comment threads.
7:04 PM yesterday auntie grizelda commented on The Morning News: White House Staffers Joke About Impeachment Behind Trump's Back, Chris Cornell and Roger Ailes Are Dead.
Can't Mar-a-Lago collapse into The World's Biggest Sinkhole created by fossil-fueled greed and all the horrible, horrible RepubliKKKans all fall irretrievably down, never to be seen nor bailed out by dirty white money again?
Of course, if that happened, the entire state of Florida would go down, too, with the rising sea level.
6:41 PM yesterday auntie grizelda commented on Savage Love.
And with global warming, Florida, sadly along with Hawaii are predicted to be the first two states to go when the world's sea level rises, largely due to the gluttonous fossil fuel industry.
Drown, Trumpzilla, in your own pathetic self-produced swamp, already.

Okay, I'm shutting up now. Griz is on a Monday rampage. I'd better divert to another movie night, more red wine, and gluten-free nachos. In better news, my therapist agrees along with LavaGirl and other regular commenters that I'm best off chucking ties with my sibs altogether, and the online program hopefully funded through the VA is looking ever promising.

Onward to Dan's next upcoming edition of Savage Love...........
6:29 PM yesterday auntie grizelda commented on Savage Love.
Or...Mar-a-Lago becomes the World's Biggest Sinkhole with Trumpzilla ad nauseum falling into a bottomless hellhole they can't extract themselves from, and no dirty white money can bail them out of---never to be seen or do any further damage---again.
It could happen--it IS in Florida, right?
6:24 PM yesterday auntie grizelda commented on Savage Love.
I'm still eagerly waiting for the day (hopefully soon) that NASA shoots Trumpzilla and its industrial swamp waste one-way into a galaxy far, far away.
6:16 PM yesterday auntie grizelda commented on Remembering Chris Cornell When He Was on the Brink of Soundgarden Dropping 1991's Badmotorfinger.
@7 Wandering Stars: I'm with @8 SarahMN--please don't call 52 "dying old".
Believe me, when you reach 5-0 it won't seem old then.
@8 SarahMN: My heartfelt condolences to the surviving Cornells and to you and your family on your losses. The 50s are sadly too soon to go. Neither of my beloved parents made it to 80 despite so happy, healthy, and active a life together; I love and miss them very much. With all the people living to 100, to me 80 doesn't seem old anymore.