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In the real life update of the Disney Classic “Lady and the Tramp, the romance is cut short when the kind new owners conscientiously have the two dogs fixed. They are also treated for fleas and mange. 

  … An Internet feature has a list of “Biggest Time Wasters”. I posted a response that includes ‘Reading things like this”. …. New British Primer Minister Boris Johnson has angered many in his country by suspending Parliament, a move some believe is designed to give opponents of a Brexit with no exit deal chance to come up with a plan. Some in the House of Lords are proposing that they get together in Runnymede to go over rules of government. “We have this document for him to sign,” one said. Johnson was heard practicing his French, saying something like “l'état, c'est moi”. Johnson looks a bit grown-up, Jay North, long-time star of “Dennis the Menace”.  And in the latest episode of “Boris the Menace”, Prime Minister gleefully tells the Irish he secretly erected booths for collecting duties between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. … With union membership a fraction of what it used to be, Labor Day seems increasing out place. It’s now time for Investor Day to celebrate the people who benefit the most from the decline in unions. ... A Republican state senator in West Virginia is facing charges he solicited a professional woman. The representative, State Sen. Mike Maroney, chairman of the Senate committee on health and human resources, said he was merely conducting research real-life conditions. ... Two counties in Nevada have declared states of emergency in advance of plans by UFO conspiracy fans next monty to storm Area 51, which they have long supported to be the site of secret U.S. weapons. It is also reported to be the hiding place of Big Foot, the Abominable Snowman, the Loch Ness Monster and the secret burial place of Adolph Hitler. Or something like that.

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