Learning From Trump

We already knew about Trump’s ‘inner workings’! … he did teach me plenty this past week, yep, gotta accept that!! … This, I knew from the start … “Trump is appalling, evil, vile, gross, and disgusting. We already knew that. We also know he’s a fucking moron.”


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When Donald Trump says, “Believe me,” it means he’s telling a lie. When Donald Trump says something is “beautiful,” it means it’s a train wrecking into a mountain of shit on fire. When Donald Trump says, “It will be like nothing anyone has ever seen,” that means you’ve seen it. And when Donald Trump says, “No one ever knew that before,” it means he just found out.
Donald Trump once told us Abraham Lincoln is a Republican and that “not a lot of people knew that.” I think everyone learns that by the second grade. He learned of Frederick Douglass and told us, “Frederick Douglass is an example of somebody who’s done an amazing job and is getting recognized more and more, I notice.” I…

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TikTok Agitators

TikTok, K-Pop, Zoomers … awesome. Learning every day!! … “Defeating Trump will be a defeat for evil. It’ll be a slap in the face to his racist supporters who need some major slappage. America can move forward again and the Joe Biden administration can start to repair the damage Trump inflicted upon this nation.” … I’ll take any help that’s offered!!



Do you know what I love about conservatives using the word “agitator?” Because it was a favorite word of southern racists back in the 1960s when northerners went to the south to register black voters. It’s what the racists called the people they murdered in Neshoba County, Mississippi in 1964 during what was called “Freedom Summer.”

Donald Trump talked about “heritage” Saturday night in Tulsa where only 6,200 Trump-supporting racists showed up. When Donald Trump talks about heritage, he’s giving out a dog whistle to racists. And just like he did with taking “when the looting starts, the shooting starts,” from a southern sheriff in the 1960s, he’s now using “agitators.” All Donald Trump is missing is his “sheriff’s star” and white hood. For the record, he also used the racist term “Kung flu” at Saturday’s hate rally.

Donald Trump sent out a hate tweet before his Saturday Tulsa flop…

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Motivational Monday …. “💖 ‘Inner Voice: Always on Target’ 💖 …. “!!

~~June 22, 2020~~


Like a compass and a map, our inner voices ‘knows’ what we need to do. as we listen to it, the path becomes clearer and steady.

Clearness follows as we listen!



The more I honor my Inner Voice and follow my Inner Guidance, the more my vision becomes clear.

~Mary Fab Facebook Page~


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Steaming Over Tulsa!

I saw!! That’s what a blue wave looks like … “After more than a month of BS around Trump’s re-entry into the world of rallying … the result was far from an overwhelming success.”

In Saner Thought

Kinda reminds me of a country song by Don Williams….Living On Tulsa Time……but this Tulsa Time is about the crowd at a Trump “rally”……


After more than a month of BS around Trump’s re-entry into the world of rallying….the result was far from an overwhelming success.

Word was there were a million requests for tickets making the rally sound like a sure fire win for the Donald…..the arena could hold up to 19.000 and a overflow area was set up……the rally was a bust…..less than 7,000 attendees were there….and Donald the Orange is pissed!

Looks like size really does matter—again. In a story that echoes the debate over President Trump’s inauguration crowd, CNN is reporting on competing head counts at Trump’s Saturday rally in Oklahoma. While the Tulsa fire…

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Monday Morning Wake-Up Call

How to be yourself … “You have to figure out if an opportunity is a true opening or an easy way out; if a desire for security has the potential to become a betrayal of yourself and the thing God gave you, your gift.” — Peggy Noonan, Bob Dylan, a Genius Among Us (wsj.com, June 18, 2020).

Live & Learn


There are two things you have to do if you have big ambitions and want to create something important that lasts. The first is the daily work and trying to keep it at a height that satisfies you. That’s hard. If you succeed, the second is dealing with the effects of the work, managing a career. That’s tricky. It involves making big, real-time decisions about pathways and ways of being. You have to figure out if an opportunity is a true opening or an easy way out; if a desire for security has the potential to become a betrayal of yourself and the thing God gave you, your gift.

— Peggy Noonan, Bob Dylan, a Genius Among Us (wsj.com, June 18, 2020)

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My Momoa Monday Moment …. “🌺 ‘Where the Wild Stomped In – Happy Papa’s Day!’ 🌺 …. “!!

~~June 22, 2020~~


It’s Monday … Momoa Monday Moment Day!

It’s the day after Father’s Day. I’ve been waiting for this day to share with you moments with Jason as a PAPA with his wife and children. The more I learn about the real side of this man, the more I like and admire him.

Real Harley lover and owner.

Great husband and Dad!



“Jason Momoa loves his Harley. Released on Father’s Day, in his new min-documentary, in partnership with Harley-Davidson, Momoa narrates his story and shares his passion, his family and his first ride. And now, at age 40, he builds his first knucklehead with the help of a few friends.”

“As it appears in … full read/full credit”


“For me, it started off so simple. A boy on a motorcycle for the first time tearing through the backyard. It was only a moment in time,  but the ride changed something in me, it was the moment where the wild stomped in. I saved an old rusty motor to build a bike one day, and it’s taken three decades to fulfill the dream. Over the years the dream evolved and now all I wanted was to build a bike with my children, to give them the same experience I had as a child, to give them the wind, and the freedom of the ride”

A broken motor inspired a dream, and taught me it’s better to share those moments with my babies, the moment where the wild stomped in. What started out as a visit to Harley-Davidson to pay my respects turned into a new partnership. I wanted to honor their legacy, too ride is in my blood. So my friends and I went out and shot this video on our own. We built a Harley, our memories are woven into the metal, but it’s more than that, it has become a Momoa family heirloom. The legacy is Harley’s, but the memories are ours. Mahalo for the memories.”


~~Published June 16, 2019~~

“Motorcycles can heal and change lives… together we built a Harley.”

“It’s that moment when the wild stomped in…”

This film was shot in controlled areas with professionals. Please do things that you can do safely.

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