The Word From the Trenches – March 6, 2020

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16 thoughts on “The Word From the Trenches – March 6, 2020

  1. when baby Bush stated (referring to the constitution) ‘it’s just a g-d piece of paper’ he was right!

  2. several people here in town have had the flu…wow knocked them out for several days….these people are in their 30s and 40s

  3. i went to Books A Million today. they did not have it nor were they able IN ANY WAY to get it. imagine my surprise! i reckon I’ll hafta contribute to Bezos’ mountain high pile of shekels.

    1. The book was published in 1995 by the author for obvious reasons. I do not know how many copies were printed. I bought copies of the book from sellers through amazon. The prices of the ones remaining are a bit steep but I say if you can get your hands on it do it.

  4. .
    Judge Andrew Napolitano:

    Net Worth‎: ‎$9 Million
    Annual Salary‎: ‎$3 MillionI

    I bet it’s higher than reported.


        1. Jus’ my opinion, but this song is you. Ha! And something else that comes to mind when I think of you…

          “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I… I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”
          — Robert Frost, 1916


          1. Dad was born that year.
            Eons ago Mom said to me, “You’ll have trouble keeping someone. You are much too independent.”
            I don’t know why.
            I’ve seen lots of good and bad.
            Life’s a funny thing.
            I smile knowing you, sis 🙂

          2. Mom sounds wise here: “You are much too independent.”

            So true. No cage for you, for cages are not proper accommodations for warriors. Still, sometimes, being outta the cage and all, one finds others who are un-caged and independence is befriended.



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