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A possible fair trade with N. Korea

Last week the U.S. seized a N. Korean cargo ship. N. Korea is obviously demanding we return it.

I suggest a trade: The cargo ship for the return of the U.S.S. Pueblo. This Pueblo was attacked and captured by the N. Koreans in Jan. 1968. The ship had 83 crew members, one of whom was killed in an attack while the ship was attempting to avoid a boarding by the N. Koreans. It is the second oldest commissioned ship U.S. Navy. At present it is being used as a museum and propaganda tool by the N. Koreans.

The Pueblo no longer has any military value, whereas the N. Korean has considerable commercial value. A win-win.

You can read the Pueblo story at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Pueblo_(AGER-2). The N. Koreans treatment of our military personnel is particularly poignant.

One Of These Is Not Like The Others

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Donald Trump boasts about his 'very, very large brain' during rambling press conference

What he fails to mention is half of his 'very, very large brain' has been declared a toxic waste dump, one quarter has been leased to Russia, and the last quarter is a jumbled mess.

A California legislator once said, "You could walk through Ronald Reagan’s deepest thoughts and not get your ankles wet.” Bone spurs has taken this concept to a whole new lower level, such as, "You could wade through Donald Trump's intellect and find yourself chest deep in muck"

I'm sure there are other clever variations of this theme.

True signs of an aspring dictator

A friend of mine who works at Treasury overheard a scary conversation between Mnuchin and Trump. Trump was asking how he could get Washington's image replaced with his own on the quarter. Deranged does not even begin describe the state of this man's mind.

Bozo Has Passed Away (Yes, Really)

"Longtime Boston television personality and entertainer Frank Avruch, who was the star of the popular children's TV program "Bozo the Clown," has died. He was 89.

Avruch died Tuesday at his Boston home from heart disease, his family said in a statement to WCVB-TV .

Avruch played Bozo the Clown from 1959 to 1970, a clown character particularly popular in the U.S. in the 1960s because of widespread franchising in television. Avruch became the first nationally-syndicated Bozo the Clown.

"He had a heart of gold," manager Stuart Hersh told The Associated Press on Wednesday, "He brought the Bozo the Clown character to life better than anyone else's portrayal of Bozo the Clown."


Don't be sad though. His spirit, and hair, live on in the White House.
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