Oh Damn, It’s Monday Motes

Insurance company’s always win: The family of the first known South Florida first responder to die from COVID-19 was crushed by his loss. Now, they feel like they’ve been dealt another blow, after the AIG insurance company twice denied their claim for an accidental death in the line of duty. The company noted the death “was caused in whole or in part by, or resulted in whole or in part from sickness or disease, specifically excluded under this policy.” Would he have been infected if he were in any other job? That’s the question that should be used in this decision. If no, then the family should be paid, it was line of duty.

Another messed up View: Joy Behar is worried about the next election. She tells Jill Biden, ”He (Trump) has other tricks up his sleeve, potential help from Putin. Maybe a little smattering of voter suppression. Now your husband, our beloved Joe Biden, he said his biggest feel is that Trump would find a way to steal the election. I’m afraid of that also. I’m very scared. We don’t have that much time left!” Hey Joy, how about we demand federal voter id, we all vote in person, and ensure everyone voting is a US citizen. Boy, that would teach him. And make his fraud impossible.

Love(Head)Line: “I AM cheating on my boyfriend with my boss – a woman. We are having amazing sex and can’t keep our hands off each other. I’m a 29-year-old woman and my fella is 31. Sex can be predictable and a bit on the boring side. I feel totally amazing when I am with her and the sex is always fantastic.” Maybe you could “teach” him what she does you like. Or maybe introduce them to each other, threesome’s can be nice. And why is cheating sex always “amazing” or “mind-blowing”?

Head count please: Almost weekly we are advised Trump said this or that while on a telephone conversation with some other world leader. I just have to ask; how many damn people listen in to the “confidential and classified” conversations of our President?

Silly me: During a recent conversation, the topic turned to the destruction of statues. I, rather loudly I’m sure, commented that the Lenin statue in Seattle was still standing and unbothered. From the back of the room came the comment, ”That’s because it’s on private property and can’t be touched.” So, that means all we have to do is put all the statue’s on private property and everyone will leave them alone. Right? I’m sure that’s the only reason nobody has removed it, yet

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