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Danehy Danehy You don’t have to be mentally ill to become a mass shooter September 12, 2019
Danehy Danehy Tom has a winning strategy for independent mayoral candidate Ed Ackerley as he faces Democrat Regina Romero September 05, 2019
Danehy Danehy There’s a chance Trump might be OK, but Tom tells us we should probably count on the fact his hair will never grow back November 24, 2016

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    You don’t have to be mentally ill to become a mass shooter
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    Tom has a winning strategy for independent mayoral candidate Ed Ackerley as he faces Democrat Regina Romero
      While most media outlets were focused on the Democratic primary, the other person in the race was making a move that would greatly strengthen his position heading into the general election. For, on that same day, Independent candidate Ed Ackerley went to court and had his name legally changed to NOT Regina Romero. Suddenly, we have a race.
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    Tom is worried about teenage girls and their smartphone addictions
      It’s not an easy time to be a teenage girl, although it probably should be better than it is.
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    Tom pays tribute to Sam Borozan, aka Mr. NAU
      Sam Borozan was one of those people who allow the rest of us to maintain a positive outlook despite all the crap that goes on in the world. This week, Tom remembers Mr. NAU.
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    It’s Time for Trump To Stop Demonizing People with Dark Skin for Political Benefit
      This week Tom talks about his daughter Darlene, who was born with darker skin than the rest of the family, and rhetoric against dark-skinned people.
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