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Hometown: Puyallup, Washington
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I truly believe that we will all live in peace and brotherhood someday. And so that I don't lose my faith in humanity, I will live my life as if that day had already happened.

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Mrs. Aristus, R-Washington, is strongly considering voting for Hillary Clinton!

Yes, my wife, the staunch Republican, will likely be voting for the Democratic candidate in 2016. That means for two election cycles in a row, she will not have voted republican for President.

She voted very reluctantly for John McCain in 2008.

She voted, readily if not happily, for Barack Obama in 2012.

If Hillary Clinton gets the nomination (and it looks more and more likely that she will) Mrs. Aristus will vote for her.

She said this evening, after watching a news breakdown of the umpteenth Benghazi hearing yesterday: "We need a woman in the White House."

Naturally, I'm so proud I could split!...

Anybody up for a Friday-night drinking thread?

Relaxing with some Burgundy and a pizza.

How's everyone doing tonight?

I was on last night, but it was Thursday, and I didn't have a lot of takers...

Another continuing medication education symposium, another hotel room. How is everyone this evening?

Sipping some red wine, and waiting for a pizza delivery. Just relaxing with some music on the iPod Home and a brand new book.

Saturday, September 26. The Weekend Edition of William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day.

"Thou hast cast away thyself, being like thyself
A madman so long, now a fool.

Timon Of Athens, Act IV, Scene 3, Lines 222-223.

Saturday, September 19th. The Weekend Edition of William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day.

"It is fit I should commit offense to my inferiors."

Cymbeline, Act II, Scene 1, Line 30.

Hoisting a few with Will Shakespeare. Ask us anything.

WSTFTD is a lot easier to plan during election season. With the current crop of clown-car occupants, the posts practically write themselves...

Saturday, September 12th. The Weekend Edition of William Shakespeare's Thought For The Day.

"Away, I do condemn mine ears, that have so long at-
tended thee."

cymbeline, Act I, Scene 7, Lines 141-142.

Day from Hell...

Man, I sure don't want to go through that again anytime soon...

It's Happy Hour!

Monday, September 7th. William Shakespeare's Thought For Labor Day.

"We are but warriors for the working day."

Henry V, Act IV, Scene 3, Line 109.

This is probably the third time I have repeated this line in celebration of Labor Day. There are many similar, appropriate lines from Shakespeare, but nothing tops this one. Happy Labor Day, all you pro-labor liberals!

What is everybody drinking tonight?

Me? Mack & Jack's while waiting for some Chicken Saganaki at my local Greek place.

Cheers! One day to the weekend!
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