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Thursday, July 26, 2007


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Yep, there's a rehab.

It's called the "I fall on my knees and ask for the Lord's forgiveness." clinic.

I haven't heard that this particular clinic was used for the Mayor(s) and ex-POTUS, but its the only one known to actually work.


I would guess that Diane has finally finished the Bill of Censure she promised the nation almost 10 years ago... When will the Senate vote on it?

Defending male politicians from the wandering zipper seems aa pattern in California and Clinton politics... If its OK for our leaders why does my wife find it objectionable? What's a man to do?

Elroy Day

The Navy has a tradition of helping their own. Elroy day, a former bubble head has an incredible story to tell. He was blinded in a home invasion in North Carolina in 1995. He recently applied for and was accepted into the Purple Heart Service Foundations job training program to teach him how to become an at home call center agent. Against all odds, working with a disability that would stop most everyone else, he graduated. He completed 600 hours of hard training and now he is reaching out to other blind and vision disabled veterans to tell them about the opportunity that he had. He wants other blind veterans to come and join him. You see, he has a dream of opening a blinded veterans call center. Staffed by former members of the US military who are now blind, for what ever reason. You can help with his dream, just spreading the word. If you know of any veteran who is vision disabled, have them contact Elroy Day immediately . They can email him at [email protected]
And remember, the Navy has a tradition of helping their own.

Walter E. Wallis

There's a rehab for adultry? Who knew?

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