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Politics shaken, not stirred
I bet the neighbors were thrilled on Thursday. I wonder how many of them went out and bought a Palermos Pizza for dinner.
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Posted by James Wigderson on Monday, May 13, 2013 at 5:54 am Filed under Library & Pub · Tagged with Madison, Palermo's Pizza, protest, Voces de la Frontera
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Tea dumped into Boston Harbor, James Wigderson says, “I bet the merchants were thrilled.”
Rosa Parks sits at front of bus, James Wigderson says, “I bet the other riders were thrilled.”
People exercising their constitutional right to assemble do so throughout American history, James Wigderson says, “I bet the neighbors were thrilled.”
I know I am.
Red balloons, seriously? Christ, that symbol is getting tired.
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