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We have yet to see exactly how Clare Crawley's story plays out on "The Bachelorette" this season, but she's trying to tamp down on chatter about at least one thing.

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A little more than seven months ago, I stood in a line at my local Vons supermarket with a rack of frozen ribs and a frozen turkey in my cart. I've never cooked ribs before and the calendar was closer to Valentine's Day than Thanksgiving, but I didn't know when I'd get another opportunity to…

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As we were wrapping up our visit with air personality, Argo, of the Elvis Channel, he asked if we were staying at the Guest House.

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In 1965 Jackie DeShannon recorded a song that became immensely popular. The opening words went like this: “What the world needs now is love, sweet love that’s the only thing there’s just too little of...”

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Broadway may be dark for the foreseeable future due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the show will go on for the Tony Awards.

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By the standards of Liam Neeson thrillers (and there are a lot from which to choose), "Honest Thief" is pretty weak tea, a passable, low-octane action movie that doesn't do much more than steal one's time. Like second-tier John Wayne westerns, Neeson offers enough of what his fans want, but …

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While some alarmists are warning we could all die from climate change in the next however many years (their predictions differ and have been consistently wrong), the national debt is a clear and present threat to the stability, even existence, of the country.




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  • Blkmecca said:

    Never met a man more proud to be number 2! 😂🤣😂🤣.. Guess he realized being number one wasn’t a foreseeable option🤣

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  • PMA said:

    Interesting... so now we're comparing Biden to a dictator?There are multiple readings on how Trump is similar and how the US could be on it's …

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