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So I saunter on over to the NYT, and what do I find? Her name really is Merkin! How apt is that?

LOL! All the teasing probably explains part of her antipathy for sexy, young glamourpusses.

I think that there is a lot a hoopla over a couple that was unfaithful and I guess that is to be celebrated. It's amazing what is considered newsworthy!

I can't figure out why BushCo and Waura won't let the happy soulmates visit the White House - I'm so shallow, that part of the story fascinates me.

Why oh why are Americans so obsessed with the Royals? Did their ancestors leave the old country just so these folks could worship them from afar? Weird!

Love can still be the sunrise in the twilight of a person's life.

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