Natalie

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I spent several hours with Natalie who I met by chance in Hoboken. She was on a scooter by my side when I dropped the scooter I was sidecaring, and she approached to offer help. The scooter collection is fun, and I’ve done it with Hana and I’ve invited cafe amigos to join me, so having company while I collect and redistribute scooters is not weird, but to have the company of a stranger was unexpected. My max is three scooters, and with Natalie my max increased by one, so she had a scooter to ride. If it was a hookup attempt on either of our parts is was safely hidden making our time together fun. Our conversation had depth with the most significant time spent on google adwords and Microsoft Advertising. I think of all the patterns people my age force on millenials like anti-social by traditional social manners, and their limited ability to find and be interested in a common topic. With these aforementioned millennial habits and other stereotypes Natalie seemed to fit no millennial patterns. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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road to impeachment

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« With my wife, Hana, in Italy, my schedule has changed, and I’m spending more time reading news obsessed with DC. The President seems to be making it easier to impeach him, so a US historic moment is on the near horizon. I’m trying not to read the superfluous stories like the debate of the fair or unfair treatment of GOP guests on Sunday shows, but even those stories get my attention. Trump’s tax returns were to be made public, then not, and ¿Yes? Not sure confused by the NY story now in the Federal justice system. If all tax returns demanded are made public Trump will wish he released a year or two like other candidates. Like David Byrne sang, “we’re on a road to nowhere” no “we’re on the road to impeachment", but then ¿What? »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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a Sunday wo Rudy

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The Guardian reported Rudy and GOP leaders were not on Sunday programs, but I watched a couple GOP ppl make a Sunday defence, and it was pitiful. Chris Wallace read texts clearly saying Ukraine aid release was contingent on a State visit, but the GOP man (the other not-Mitt senator from UT) only said the texts were out of context blaming the media and Dems. Chris’s text selection was so explicit. If the GOP man is correct, and in context the text messages had reverse meaning, then the missing context would have to be exactly that. Three people would have to sincerely claim they were kidding, and each of them meant the opposite of what they texted. The comedians are sure to lament a Sunday without Rudy. With evidence mounting impeachment passing the House is sure, but a two thirds majority is unlikely in the GOP dominated Senate . . . . or is it. Trump dissed Mitt Romney, and Mitt is not alone in his gentle opposition to the President. Trump is bad at ass kissing, but if he were to save his own ass he’d kiss GOP senator ass, but . . . please bring this to an end. There are plenty of things to be entertained by and I’ve had enough entertainment from DC. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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twisted me

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« As my recreational blogging began I attracted a reader who became a serial commenter. She uses the name Erika, and I seem to have her attention best when I write about personal relationships including marriage, parenting, siblings, and being a son and son-in-law. She warned me of the trouble I might tap my way into by sibling stuff, and the trouble she warned me about has probably been realized though none of it has been presented for me to address. "Choosing sides”, which is fresh in my blog mighty have Erika thinking I’m making another risky choice by choosing sides in a prospective petty dispute. What I’m doing is like commenting to an amigo who’s trying to save his marriage: “if you divorce I’ll choose your side”. Well I’ve done it: if my sisters have trouble I’m choosing Ellen’s side. The prospective petty disputes if realized could be significant for my sisters harboring anger they take to their graves, and me, twisted me, I am smiling as I write this. I’ll tell family members probably starting with Brian, but he forgets everything, so the likelihood of him telling anyone else is low. Maybe I’ll tell Meg. Maybe I’ll just leave is passively on my blog for chance readers. btw Dear Erika: Your comments are so personally inspired that I want to be sure you know I am not attempting to solicit a comment. Above all I yield to your sentiment over my own. Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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choosing sides

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« In the event our mother precedes us in death petty disputes are likely between my sisters. If petty disputes are realized I am pledging to take Ellen’s side. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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Trump is ¿Perfect?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Bill Clinton is credited for a sincere statement of error, regret, and atonement, which allowed his party in the Senate to keep him in office. Bill kissed party ass to save his own ass. Trump is kissing nobody’s ass, and today he made foul statements about Mitt Romney whose vote he’ll probably need to remain President. Trump continues to say his call with Ukraine was perfect, and since Trump won’t soften his stance the Senate votes he gets to stay in office are effectively saying: “we agree; Trump is perfect”. If Trump is removed I’ll celebrate. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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¿vegan? no

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« During Hana’s time in Europe I am vegetarian temporarily. It’s very easy. I can find descent food anywhere, even in my traditional meat-eating barrio. Dear kind readers: Imagine stereotypes, and then imagine ordering vegetarian in a Colombian restaurant. Sincerely, Tom Doody. ¿Vegan? the degree of difficulty goes up tenfold. I’m not sure if I admire vegan people or pity them. With this text I acknowledge the degree of difficulty staying nourished with vegan limits. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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