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New Humourous Book coming out, soon: AMERICAN HUMOR DURING THE 2020 (2019) CORONA-BEER-VIRUS DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGN triggered by the DJ-Trump-Mike Pence White House

American humor during the 2020 coronabeerviral disinformation Campaign triggered by the Tump-Pence White House -( Spring 2020 prior to the Electoral College vote ) – United States (and disjointed) States of America –

Tune into Pandora music radio, Channel 5 (CBS in San Fran), WLS-TV and Radio (in Chicago), the Daily-Journal (printed in Santa Mateo, Northern California), the Indianapolis Star (still printed in Indy), and the South Bend Tribune (printing outsourced to Latino/Latina minority-small-business in Niles, Michigan). Details will be released during Holy Week prior to Easter Sunday (April 12, 2020).

The book is co-authored by Princess V. von Dailey (a Canadian), Jessie R. Cooksey (of Berkeley, CA), and D. A. F. N. “Buck” Dailey (baptized Catholic and presently of Woodside’s Max’s Scout Services & Communications of the Americas, formerly a college student at Indiana University and the University of California, Santa Cruz; currently publishing six web-blogs * , who are currently shopping for venture capitalist in the Shallow Alto and Smenlo Park, Northern California Areas near Silicon Valley) !!!

 

Stay tuned . . . the Caltrain is coming up and down the San Francisco Peninsula and the Silicon Valley from Gilroy (from the south) to San Francisco (5th and King Streets) with stops in Sunnyvale (location of Lockheed-Martin and Google, Inc.), Palo Alto (location of Leland Stanford Junior University, and multiple venture capitalists), Smenlo Park (where skyscrapters are beginning, home of Facebook, the Menlo Park Fire Pretection District [reponsders at 9-11], and more venture capitalist firms, and “Deadwood With” (site of nightclub and topless bar close=downs, Santa Mateo (where the Princess hangs out with her publisher), and Colma (there are millions of dead bodies buried here, a larger population of people than Oakland-San Jose – and San Francisco combined)/

  • Buck  Bruggner-Dailey has not been hit by an on-coming Caltrain yet, but he has already lost his hearing at the upper range… good thing dogs can respond to his dog whistle!DSCF0128

 

PSA #3 Regarding Covid-19 Issues – Prevention Methods / Epidemiology that Most Healthcare Professions Agree – Plus Resilience Building of People (Host), Taking Action (Environment), and Managing the Viral Threats (Agent)

Making Effective Attempts to Manage the Public Health Scare (March 7, 2020) –

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There are more than a dozen things that competent healthcare and medical research professionals agree should be done now. Taking a look at the big picture, the Indiana University School of Public Health has published eight aspects of Total Wellness:

8 Dimensions of Wellness

 

In general, do what you would normally do. Do not feel that you have to cancel all instances where you may contact any virus. If you are feeling well and have a resilience/resistance to acquiring an illness, do not worry. Worry and anxiety could lower one’s natural defenses.

To be on the safe side, tweek your routine. Particularly if you can think of ways to lower your potential exposure to pathogens. Remember, people get colds and three-day flu this time of year annually. In addition, eliminate unhealthy habits.

Apply the Host – Agent – Environment analysis. Knowledgable people understand that they have more control over ‘host factors.’ Therefore, take action about how the host may become more resilient toward the agent. Some environmental factors may be beyond peoples’ ability to control. The characteristics of the viral agent are often specific.

The Covid 19 Virus is a new phenomenon. Medical researchers are beginning to understand this virus’ characteristics. There are a number of things that healthcare professionals recommend should be done to prevent the spread of this strain, pneumonia, and other viruses.

  1. How to manage coughing – If possible, cough in a room alone and clean up after thyself. My Mom always told me that coughing is good – this action naturally gets bad stuff out of your body. Maintain your good manners and practice common sense.
  2. Sneezing into disposable tissue is recommended. Droplets could be dispersed more than 18 inches away.
  3. How not to touch the eyes, nose, and mouth with contaminated hands. Be more vigilant and less careless.
  4. Personal hygiene is very important. In particular, washing hands must be done with at least 20 seconds of running water. Water removes the germs from your fingers, palm, and wrists.
  5. Eat well. Take vitamins. Keep to the correct schedule for taking prescribed medicines. A good diet will help keep your resilience high.
  6. Practice ‘universal precautions.’ If one expels blood or other bodily fluids, clean it up. An effective, inexpensive way to cleanse potentially contaminated areas is a 10% solution of bleach. Utilize personal protective equipment, such as disposable gloves during housekeeping.
  7. Exercise the best you can; remember, not everyone can work out like a triathlete.
  8. Sleep well. Sleep more and take naps if you are not feeling your best. If you are stuck at work, ask the boss tor a long break or the rest of the day off.
  9. Isolation and separation of people…
  10. Obtaining medical care: Do so immediately when it is necessary!
  11. Self-care is a daily responsibility. Clean bodies can frustrate ‘Mr. Germ.”
  12. “Ready – Set – Go “  Emergency responders are promoting this approach in California. Planning and preparation should be completed before an urgent contingency/hazard is encountered. Get ready for viral exposures – Set up prevention and mitigation measures – then GO ahead and implement the prescribed procedures in a timely and effective manner with trained and qualified personnel, necessary equipment, and the required support services and follow up,
  13. Be proactive . . . and use “common sense.” Notice that “common sense” is not so common. In fact, in the book Lessons Learned from Dogs, the author points out that dogs seem to be smarter than 50% of human beings.
  14. Avoid harmful habits. Change your routine to make it safer and healthier.
  15. Maintain a positive attitude. Negativity, worry, anxiety, and certain triggering events can lower a person’s ability to fight off onset of illness, injury, and disease.
  16. Think about the health of others. If taking care of yourself is not your priority, think about other peoples’ health and safety. This should be your motivation. Do not do anything that exposes vulnerable humans and other living things to harm.

 

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Why Am I a Victim of Domestic Abuse?!?

(Santa Mateo, Northern California just on the map above The Silicone Valley industries) February 29, 2020 – The Dailey Sun~Chronicles exclusive report –

There are three reasons and about a dozen contributing factors. Unfortunately the so-called “safety net” ignores the damage done to single, disabled, Caucasian folk.

Reason #2Education and Experience, or Lack of Any: Some people are pretty ignorant. In Dailey’s second book, Lessons Learned from Dogs, he states that dogs are smarter than 50% of human beings. In addition to holding a bachelor and masters degree from I.U., he earned two certificates for college credit from UCSC. His professional experiences span all industries except petrochemical or shipbuilding.

Third Reason: Cultural Complications – We really need translators to communicate with many of our next-door neighbors, land owners/landloords and landladies. If the issues get to the state Superior Court system, translators in over 20 languages can be arranged. In the olden days, people used to talk in public. Nowadays, most Americans are self-absorbed with their smart cell phones.

David A. Dailey recalls working for a defense contractor as an Environmental, Health, Safety engineer in Sunnyvale and at NASA Ames Research Center – Mountain View’s Moffett (Naval) Field – that everyone received annual briefings/workshops on respecting diversity. This was way back in 1987!

Lockheed’s customers reimbursed our company, plus an administrative expense fee, regularly. See, most of our customers were federal organizations (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, CIA, FBI, Special Programs) that promote America’s constitutional values. Our customers received the best engineered, reliable products ever made in exchange for encouraging us (there were over 30,000 employees served by our HQ department) to be physically and mentally fit by taking continuing education along with doing our daily jobs.

In 1992 after the “Cold War” cooled down, David A. Dailey found employment in the healthcare and biotechnology industries until his formal retirement (left the California Department of Public Health in November 2008); since then, David has been a victim of violent crime and domestic abuse more than four times in San Mateo, East Palo Alto, and Redwood City.

On the positives . . . David has enjoyed his latest vocation as a non-fiction writer, politico, lobbyist, congressional or state senate candidate, humorist, stand-up comic, Roman Catholic advocate, advocate for ‘houseless’ people in the Midwest, Rocky Mountains, Hawai’i, and California, job coach, risk management consultant, proponent of an ‘Anti-Stigma Campaign for Americans Receiving Mental Health Care’, essayist, newspaper contributor, restaurant and hotel critic, secret recipes author with

Confessions of An Oenophile: An American Family Cookbook,

creator of Lessons Learned from Dogs,

and A Book of Angels)

and a handful of funny screenplays and pilot musical sit-coms like “Dr. Wu”, “Fast Forward to the Past,” “Two Flew into the Seagulls’ Nest,” and “Country Corner”) from working about 30 years as an Environmental Protection, Occupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Hazardous Waste Management, Emergency Response and Contingency Planning, Risk Management and Safety Director, and other tasks as assigned (most notably, the monthly six-page EHS bulletins, monthly safety-message campaign manufacturing calendars, the soon-to-be-infamous “Safety Watch” employee involvement and award program, and personal protective equipment (PPE) provision and annual certification programs).

Now back to domestic abuse . . .

The scales of justice, respect, and consideration are now so un-balanced that single white men have few community resources. If one has children under 18, was an immigrant, was a green card-carrying worker in Silicon Valley, or had a non-white skin color, one would have more resources to protect himself. For instance, CORA within the County of San Mateo does NOT serve people in crisis unless ther are children or if the two parties are romantically engaged AND the County office of Adult Protective Services pays little attention to abuse received by single men.

In this socioeconomic environment, renters in shared housing CANNOT pick or offer approval of roommates. Landlords are able to ignore instances unless the Courts intervene. Unless local rent control laws prohibit it, landlords can charge what they wish and choose not to respond to complaints or comply even with fire safety standards.

Contributing Factor A: Slavery. Yep, seems like everyone except a “Trumpster” lives from paycheck to paycheck, Social Security benefit check to the next month’s funds, hand-out to hand-out, etc. etc. etc. Yes, it is a different form of human trafficking.

An interesting study took place about the hiring practices of big Silicon Valley companies, like Facebook. One finding was that people who graduated from local high schools and community colleges are not hired, in favor of importing green-carded workers from India, Red China, Russia, and some European and South and Central American citizens.

[to be continued later; catch ‘ya later; I need a nap, Zzzzzzzzzzzzzz]

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Grandma’s Chicken Divan *

via Grandma’s Chicken Divan * 

from the cookbook

https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/confessions-of-an-oenophile-an-american-family-cookbook-david-a-dailey/1012821887?ean=9781432722548

Getting Wiser by Getting Older ~ Wisdom & Wellness

The Dailey Sun~Chronicles

 

Volume VIII, Issue 80                      July 29, 2019                          ***** Edition

 

Dateline: Anywhere

 

Become Content

  1. Stop Complaining
  2. Change Your Perspective
  3. Be Thankful
  4. Don’t Compare Thyself to Others
  5. Lower Your Expectations
  6. Put People Before Things
  7. Do Away with Wish-lists
  8. Focus on Today
  9. Savor the Little Things
  10. Eliminate Excess

 

Practice Affirmations

positive words

 

Good Time Management: Avoid the unnecessary, inefficient, fear, indecisiveness, trivial tasks, distractions, disorganization, perfectionism; repeating, pleasing everyone, lack of rest, poor health habits, unmotivation, and holding onto the past.

 

Handling and Recognizing Emotions Well (sophisticated wisdom reaction)
emotions

 

Develop a High Emotional Intelligence:

high emotional intelligence

 

Recognizing Triggers that Lead to Negative Consequences (wisdom reaction)

 

Practicing Mindfulness

  • A mindful attitude is non-judgmental, patient, non-striving, and ablity to let-go.
  • One can do mindful eating, too. Concentrate on the sensations, selecting nutritious foods, and enjoying all.
  • Mindful breathing means getting comfortable, observing each breath, and being non-critical.
  • Mindful walking involves being aware of surroundings and keeping rhythm.

mindfullness

 

Becoming More Resilient (Reduce Stress)

  1. Experience More Positive Emotions
  2. Express Gratitude
  3. Hand-on Serenity Exercises
  4. Move-on to Positive Emotions
  5. Practice One Scary Thing Per Day

resilience

Get Mentally Tough

I like #3 a lot!
mental toughness

 

Utilize Breathing Exercises (Mindfulness Methods)

breathing

 

Use Coping Strategies

coping strategies

 

Adopt Any of 12 Things Happy People Do

  • Express Gratitude
  • Cultivate Optimism
  • Learn to Forgive
  • Avoid Overthinking and Social Comparison
  • Practice Acts of Kindness
  • Nurture Social Relationships
  • Increase Focus Experiences
  • Develop Strategies for Coping
  • Savor Life’s Joys
  • Commit to Your Goals
  • Take Care of Your Body
  • Practice Spirituality

 

Reframe Thoughts into Happiness

positive

 

 

Turn Personal Weaknesses into Strengths

Inconsistent >>> Flexible

Disorganized >>> Creative

Obnoxious >>> Enthusiastic

Stubborn >>> Dedicated

Emotionless >>> Calm

Shy >>> Reflective

Weak >>> Humble

Indecisive >>> Patient

Impatient >>> Passionate

Arrogant >> Self-Confident

Intimidating >>> Assertive

 

Act When You Are Feeling Down (Sad, Disappointed, or Depressed)

  • Be Spiritual
  • Be Sociable
  • Move and Exercise
  • Nurture Yourself: Eat, Shower, Read, Dress Up, Get Creative,
  • Engage Your Brain
  • Do Things that Make You Happier
  • Accept Medical Help

 

Practice a Well-Designed Life

The Eight Dimensions of Wellness:

  1. Physical
  2. Psychological
  3. Spiritual
  4. Intellectual
  5. Financial
  6. Occupational
  7. Environmental
  8. Social

 

Do Healthy Anti-Aging Things:

Try Retinoids, Alpha-Hydroxy Acids, Hyalukonic Acids, Anti-Oxydants, Peptides, Deramides, DNA-Repair Ingredients, and Lighteners

anti aging

 

 

Silence Negative Thinking

stop neg thoughts

 

Discard Distorted Conceptions and Bias

untwist thoughts

 

Eliminate Things That Block Happiness

blocking happiness

 

Move Beyond Your “Comfort Zone” and Learn: Deal with challenges and problems. Achieve new skills, and expand “Comfort Zone.”

 

Have a Growth Rather Than a Fixed Mindset

growth mindset

 

Improve Memory

(i.e. Writing things down, Chunking data, Little and often, Make it a story, Create acronyms, Say things out-loud, Create silly sentences, Practice, Focus, Test yourself, Ask why, Get enough sleep and water)

better memory

 

Practice Healthy Habits of Highly Productive People

effective

 

Distress Tolerance Skill Development

distress

dbt-distress-tolerance-skills

 

Be Creative

creativ

creative

Manage Anxiety

anxiety

anxiety

 

Relieve Stress

 

 

Just Say “No”

 

Letting Go

letting go

 

Develop Good Habits of the Mind

  1. Perseverance: Focus, Complete Tasks, Remove Goal Obstructions.
  2. Empathetic Listening
  3. Manage Impulsivity: Remain Calm, Thoughtful, and Deliberate.
  4. Flexibility
  5. Metacognition: Aware of thoughts, strategies, feelings, and effects on others.
  6. Striving for Accuracy: Setting high standards, checking, and finding ways to improve.
  7. Questioning and Problem Solving
  8. Applying Old Knowledge to New Situations
  9. Communicating Clearly with accuracy and thought.
  10. Gather Data through various sources
  11. Creating, Imagining, and Innovation.
  12. Responding with Wonderment and Awesomeness: Having fun, being intrigued, undaunted by phenomena.
  13. Taking Responsible Risks: Competent, Adventuresome, and using new things.
  14. Finding Humor.
  15. Thinking Independently.
  16. Remaining Open.

 

Deal with Confrontation Well:

confrontation

 

Observe Good Nutrition

  1. Intake
  2. Avoid foods that may induce dementia: White Foods (sugar, bread, rice, etc), Processed Food (meats, cheese), Foods containing Nitrites or Diacetyls (margarine, beer)

 

Flex Muscles of Spiritual Fitness

spiritual

 

Watch Your Language and Speak Positive

positive

 

Learn Effectively

eg. Incident Prevention: Understand Cause and Effect; Identify Root Causes: Apply Skills and Knowledge; Get the Big Picture; Cooperate with Others; Set Goals; Build a Working Memory; Deliberate Practice; Chunking Large Bits of Data; Explain Training Techniques; Improve Memory; Repetition; Self-Test; Adapt to Unusual Situations; Build Safe Habits; Drive (enough sleep, food) Healthy; Learn from and teach others; Humble Self-Confidence; Apply wisdom daily; Relax and Reduce Anxiety; Prioritize Tasks; Self-Controlled Behavior;

 

Practice Sensory Calming Techniques
sensory calming

 

 

. . . and Develop Your Sense of Humor

 

 

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Tessellation Day

The Dailey Sun~Chronicles celebrates science and it’s applications in art, mathematics, and quilting, too . . .

 

Volume VIII, Issue 41                                  6 – 17 – 2019                           ***** Edition

 

Happy Tessellation Day!

 

This Monday recognizes “tessellation” Given all the splendid examples in nature and mathematics, this is a fine world to add to your vocabulary

 

A tessellation of a flat surface is the tiling of a plane using one or more geometric shapes, called tiles, with no overlaps and no gaps. In mathematics, tessellations can be generalized to higher dimensions and a variety of geometries.

 

The beauty of tessellations according naturally is truly remarkable.

world T Day

 

vegetation

sunflower

seashell

turtle shell

mc escher pring

geometry

tes·sel·la·tion

[ˌtesəˈlāSH(ə)n]

NOUN

tessellations (plural noun) · tesselation (noun) · tesselations (plural noun)

  1. the process or art of tessellating a surface, or the state of being tessellated.

2. an arrangement of shapes closely fitted together, especially of polygons in a repeated pattern without gaps or overlapping.

honeycomb

quilting patterns

pine apple

 

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Parody Edition: Jokes for 2029

The San Dailey Sun~Chronicles

Parody Edition

Headlines from the year 2029… *

 

  • Japanese scientists have created a camera with such a fast shutter speed, they now can photograph a woman with her mouth shut.

(hey! Settle down, I just repeated it.  I didn’t write it!)

 

  • Ozone created by electric cars is now killing millions in the seventh largest country in the world, “Mexifornia” formally known as California.  White minorities still trying to have English recognized as “Mexifornia’s” third language.

 

  • A Spotted Owl plague threatens northwestern United States crops and livestock.

 

  • One baby was conceived naturally, scientists are stumped.

 

  • Couple petitions court to reinstate heterosexual marriage.

 

  • The last remaining Fundamentalist Muslim dies in the American Territory of the Middle East (formerly known as Iran, Afghanistan, Syria and Lebanon).

 

  • The area of Iraq is still closed off; nuclear physicists estimate it will take at least 10 more years before radioactivity decays to safe levels.

 

  • France pleads for global help after being taken over by Jamaican Rastafarians.

 

  • Castro Jr. finally dies at age 112; Cuban cigars can now be imported legally, but President Chelsea Clinton has banned all smoking.

 

  • George Z. Bush, adopted son of Jeb Bush, says he will run for President in 2032.

 

  • The United States Postal Service raises the price of a first-class stamp to

$12.89 and reduces mail delivery to Wednesdays only.

 

  • Revealed in an 85-year, federally-funded $75.8 billion study: Diet and Exercise are the key to weight loss.

 

  • The average weight of Americans drops to 250 lbs.

 

  • The State of Massachusetts executes its last remaining conservative.

 

  • The Supreme Court rules punishment of criminals violates their civil rights.

 

  • Donald J. Trump receives another pardon from President Clinton.

 

  • The average height of NBA players is now eight feet, seven inches.

 

  • A new federal law requires that all nail clippers, screwdrivers, fly swatters and rolled-up newspapers must be registered by January 2036.

 

  • Congress authorizes direct deposit of formerly illegal political contributions to campaign accounts.

 

  • A Capitol Hill intern is indicted for refusing to have sex with a congressperson.

 

  • The IRS sets the lowest income tax rate at 55 percent.

 

  • Florida voters are still having trouble with voting machines.

 

george carlincomedian from heaven

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* (Jokes originally written in 2005)

That Was the Week That Was

The San Dailey Sun~Chronicles                                                                                                                                                                                       “News You Can Use”

“No Rumors, No Fakes – Just the Facts, Jack!”

“Newspapers are worth at least the price you pay; if it is free, it is worth nothing”

Volume VII, Issue 15                       Sunday, July 29, 2018                                  ***** Edition

 

In the North American Wild West . . .

Dateline: Corpus Christi, Texas

A woman dressed as a cockroach attended a city council meeting to bring attention not only to her but an influx of rodents in an area where new vegetation was planted.

Dateline: Seattle, Washington

This city maintains its ‘king’ status for the third consecutive year with more than 60 construction cranes erected, which is more than 30 than in any other city in the USA.

Dateline: Coeur D’Alene, Idaho

The local resort estimates that 30,000 golf balls have accumulated on the floor of the lake bed near a floating golf green.

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Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

 

Dateline: Plaistow, New Hampshire

A man inside Planet Fitness’ “judgment free zone” tries to reason with police after being apprehended for exercising naked.

 

Dateline: Albany, New York

A series of cybersecurity drills are being conducted to see how vulnerable the state’s election system is to hacking.

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In the American Heartland . . .

Dateline: Fort Smith, Arkansas

An ordinance outlawing public dancing on Sundays since 1953 (for 65 years) has finally been repealed.

 

Dateline: Paw Paw, Michigan

Police were told of a man was shot in the neck while searching for deer antlers. He was charged for filing a false felony report when it was learned that the ‘victim’ fell on his own arrow.

 

Dateline: Lexington, Kentucky

Two confederate statues were relocated to the town cemetery after being located downtown for more than 130 years. Confederate Secretary of War John Breckinridge and General John Hunt Morgan have already found their final resting places.

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Elsewhere in the United State of America . . .

Dateline: Wailuku, Hawai’i

Due to the Kilauea Volcano eruption on the Big Island, the Hawaii Animal Rescue Foundation has taken in more than 80 displaced dogs.

dogs - Copy

 

 

 

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The Dailey Sun~Chronicles – June 7th Issue Theme “Human Error”

That Was the Week That Was in America

“Let It Be”  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyOs2abOYXg

 

 

In the North American Wild West . . .

Dateline: Las Vegas, Nevada [Carson City is the state capital]

Now the Golden Knights are down 1-3 in the Stanley Cup Finals. A backyard fire spread to three homes causing over $650K in damage. A winning $2 bet on Las Vegas will only recover (500 to 1) $1,000.

 

Dateline: Hobbs, New Mexico

The Catholic Church is investigating reports that a statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe is weeping.

 

Dateline: Fairbanks, Alaska [ JEW-no is the state capital ]

State animal control have released a plan to reduce the number of fornicating rabbits since their population increased by 1,000%.

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Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

Dateline: Columbia, South Carolina [state capital]

Lottery officials state that Christmas Day winners will not be paid $35 million in prizes because there was a glitch whereby everyone was made a winner.

Dateline: Orono, Maine

A new genetic strain is being released by the University of Maine of a gourmet item, “Pinto Gold.” Speculation is that it tastes more like pinto beans than potatoes.

Dateline: Richmond, Virginia [state capital]

Another month has been given to a commission that is deciding what to do with dozens of Confederate monuments.

Dateline: Sarasota, Florida

The On Eternal Patrol Memorial Reef will be constructed on the ocean floor off the Gulf of Mexico to honor more than 4,000 submarine crewman, who have died since 1900. Critics wonder if the Trump Administration did the math underestimating the total number of human deaths.

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In the American Heartland . .

Dateline: Oswego, Illinois [ no Chicago is not the state capital ]

The school principal issued a stout apology of a yearbook picture of cheerleaders under a banner headline “No one ugly allowed.”

Dateline: Lansing, Michigan [state capital]

Gasoline prices have risen 32 cents a gallon during the last month. State officials don’t realize that drivers in California have been paying more than $4.00 per gallon for many more months.

Dateline: Cleveland, Tennessee

Feds acknowledged that the did a DEA raid on a family’s home erroneously.

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Elsewhere in the United State of America . . .

 

Dateline: Grand Junction, Colorado

A local state college – Colorado Mesa University – plans to build a campus specializing in culinary and hospitality programs for $15.7 million or less. Observers wonder why it will be located so far west within the state of Colorado and why it will be situated next to the region’s mental hospital.

 

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The San Dailey Sun~Chronicles : That Was The Week That Was in the USA

The San Dailey Sun~Chronicles

“All the Good News” “News You Can Use”
“No Rumors, No Fakes – Just the Facts, Jack!”
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Volume VII, Issue 8      Friday, June 1, 2018      ***** Edition     Only $1

 

TWWTW: That Was
the Week That Was in America

In the North American Wild West . . .

Dateline: Carson City, Nevada

Next to the infamous MOONLIGHT Bunny Ranch, owner Dennis Hof plans to open an anti-ageing Rejuvenation Center.

Dateline: Federal Way, Washington

An overturned semi spilled over 40,000 pounds of chicken feathers onto Interstate 5; it took over 4 hours to clean-up the closed freeway.

Dateline: Anchorage, Alaska

State officials have released a plan to reduce “greenhouse gases” by 30%.
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Along the North Atlantic Coast . . .

Dateline: Kennebunkport, Maine

President George H.W. Bush attended the monthly pancake breakfast of American Legion Post 159; regrettably, he could not stay for the annual Memorial Day parade.

 

Dateline: Tiverton, Rhode Island

The Twin River Casino will open ahead of schedule, which was September 1st.
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In the American Heartland . . .

Dateline: Cassopolis, Michigan

Authorities have restored Stephen Bogue’s home, which was a station of the Underground Railroad during the 1850s and 1860s/

 

Dateline: Bismarck, North Dakota

The chairman of the state’s Republican Party quit.

 

Dateline: Cleveland, Tennessee

Feds acknowledged that they did a
DEA raid on a family’s home erroneously.

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DSCF0076

Respect [the safety pin reminds us to respect all]

Elsewhere in the United State of America . . .

Dateline: Sarasota, Florida

A couple woke up to find a 300-pound alligator in their swimming pool.

 

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