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January Writers’ Challenge, Day 31: Describe what you would do in Washington, D.C. if you knew you wouldn’t be arrested.

Oh, so easy. I would stage a coup and get Trump out of the White House. He is a whore for a corporate dollar and really doesn’t care about anything else. This person is not qualified to lead an entire … Continue reading

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January Writers’ Challenge, Day 30: What are the three most important qualities of a leader and why?

In order for me to answer this question, I first had to answer the following: Is this leader currently President of the United States, or is this leader an actual leader? Because I believe the two situations warrant two different … Continue reading

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January Writers’ Challenge, Day 29: The guy across the table from you just said, “Over my dead body.” What did you say to him? What is the conversation about?

“You should wear pantyhose to work,” I said. “If it’s required of one employee, it should be required of all. It’s a UNIFORM, right?” “Over my dead body,” said Jim, with a disgusted look on his face. “I’m sorry you … Continue reading

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January Writers’ Challenge, Day 28: If you were locked in a museum overnight, what would happen?

Oh, can I pleeeeeeeeease? I SO wish Night at the Museum could happen to me. I would love to spend my night talking to historic figures, trying on clothing, learning about new things, and generally losing myself in the art. … Continue reading

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January Writers’ Challenge, Day 27: You’re given a one-minute, private meeting with any U.S. president, past or present. What would you tell him?

Since this clearly would never happen, here is what I would like, in my wildest dreams. Professor Snape would happily provide me with some of his Veritas Serum, while the FBI arrests, binds and gags President Trump. The serum would … Continue reading

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January Writers’ Challenge, Day 26: Fill in the blank and keep going: “Today I really ought to _____, but I will probably _____.”

Today, I really ought to go to the gym after work, but I will probably just eat some scrambled eggs and go to bed early. It was a really long week at work, with barely any time to breathe, and … Continue reading

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January Writers’ Challenge, Day 25: Write a job ad for your job in the style of a pretentious restaurant’s entree description.

For the descriminating talents in Human Resources and Data Analysis, we offer the opportunity to taste the Federal Government at its most basic level. Hundreds of thousands of data points will tickle your fancy and ignite the problem-solving skills so … Continue reading

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