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Female Submissive, 37,  Pennsylvania US

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Someone Who'll Watch Over Me.

I am drawn to the irreversible. Nothing is more alluring, erotic, dangerous. Senses are piqued, surrender so sweet. What is done stays done.

Until then, freedom to choose is mine. So, I must kiss a lot of "toads" before I find my Prince (or Princess). Thereafter, whom or what I "kiss" is his or her decision.

Of Irish descent with a dollop of Spanish Armada. College educated.




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3/20/2017 11:21:30 AM
Dealer-in-Chief's Trumpcare Goes Down to Defeat

American Health Care Act
Born: February, 2017     Died: March, 2017

House Republicants battled over degrees of mean and in the end the Affordable Care Act remains the law of the land. This is an amazing GOP defeat considering the Republicants control the Presidency, the House, the Senate and the Governorships. Oh well, rest in peace. Tax cuts for the rich are up next. This should be a slam dunk.

3/13/2017 12:23:16 PM
Billions for Defense But Not a Cent for 'Meals'

Trump's budget guy, Mularkey, or whatever his name is, "reasoned" that it was necessary to cut the "Meals On Wheels" program from the budget because it is not working. The same food recipients need food again and again, so why continue with a failed program? Better to teach the downtrodden and indigent how to fish, than to give them a fish and then another fish. Fishes add up. Trump needs that money for a) the military and b) tax cuts for the rich. God has a special place in hell for Republicans like these.

3/8/2017 12:09:09 PM
This St. Patrick's Day (March 17)--Remembering the Irish in the Nation's Founding

Commodore John Barry, the father of the American Navy, traveled to the U.S. from County Wexford. John Dunlap, the official printer of the Continental Congress, was born in County Tyrone. Eight Irish Americans counted themselves as signers of the Declaration of Independence. Of the foreigh-born delegates who met in Philadelphia for the Constitutional Convention, fully half hailed from Ireland. A third of all the immigrants to the U.S. from 1820 to the outbreak of the Civil War called Ireland home. They were not always welcomed. "We should build a wall of brass around the country," bellowed John Jay, the first chief justice of the U.S., to keep out these "Catholic alien invaders." In political cartoons, Irish were portrayed as drunken, brutish, and-- as Catholics --blind subjects of the Pope. Of all the groups the Know-Nothing Party despised, it reserved especial vitriol for the Irish. In spite of hardships, the Irish overwhelmingly answered the call of the Union Army following the outbreak of the Civil War. More than 150,000 Irish and Irish Americans would fight for the Union as would 177,000 blacks. They fought to prevent the Union's dissolution and they fought to abolish slavery. (Source: Historical Society of Pennsylvania)

3/6/2017 8:41:07 AM
Coming Soon to an Overcrowded Emergency Room Near You!


3/4/2017 4:09:20 AM
Tap, Tap, Tapping At My Chamber Door

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President Trump tried to tap me. So bad! Investigate!

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