Browsing All posts tagged under »politicians«

Friday the 13th

July 16, 2018

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Life in the Boomer Lane was home several days ago, minding her business and having nothing in particular to do. She whiled away the time listening to POTUS call his own interview with the London Sun newspaper, in which he had dissed the Prime Minister of the UK,  “fake news.” May’s reaction was to move […]

A Small Gathering of Michael Cohen’s Clients

April 17, 2018

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Trump enters a room and greets Michael Cohen. Mike, you called. I’m here.  Get busy and explain.  I’m behind on my Tweets.  Comey is making me work overtime.  Should I say he should go to prison or be lynched?  Or should I just say “Lock him up!” It worked before, right?   I just have to […]

Enough is enough.

March 26, 2018

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I’ve always intended my blog to be a humorous take on life.  Although I have certainly written serious pieces, they have mostly been about close friends and ordinary people I’ve met who have inspired me in some way.  But those are a small percentage of the number of pieces I’ve posted. I’ve set some kind […]

Two Guys and A Horse Walk into A Bar…

December 13, 2017

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Loyal readers are probably aware, by now, that Doug Jones, a 63-year-old attorney from Birmingham, just beat bible-toting, horse-riding, alleged child molester Roy Moore, for US Senate seat in Alabama.  Life in the Boomer Lane, for the edification and enjoyment of loyal readers, has obtained exclusive campaign documentation, which she will now share with you, […]

How 140 Characters Will End the World

September 27, 2017

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For those readers who are unable to follow the often confusing timeline of US/N Korean shenanigans,  the following is a timeline (induced almost entirely by whatever is in Life in the Boomer Lane’s head this morning) of presidential Tweets, N Korean bleats, and administration tap dancing feet, regarding N Korea:           […]

While I Was Gone

May 1, 2017

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Life in the Boomer Lane has just returned from a whirlwind 12-day trip to the Pacific Northwest, first to Seattle and then to Portland.  On her return, she was quite surprised to learn that, while she had been mostly oblivious to the greater happenings of the world during her trip, the world had continued to […]

This New Orange Era: The Growing Divide

February 20, 2017

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For those of you who feel like you are caught in a Trump avalanche, know that you are. You want desperately to get out, but it seems that every time you start to wriggle your limbs, you precipitate another large chunk of snow dislodging and burying you even deeper. You may want to stop struggling, […]