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Sign petition to remove Judge Sullivan from bench

We the People ask Congress to act on an issue: Impeach & remove Judge Emmet G. Sullivan for obvious hyper-partisan buffoonery in the trial of Lt Gen. Michael T. Flynn.

Description: To maintain the integrity of our judicial system; not for personal vendettas.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Suzanne Somers Says She Wants to Pose Nude for “Playboy” for Her 75th Birthday

From Inside Hook:
"To celebrate turning 75 in October 2021, the Three’s Company star says she wants strip down once again for the iconic nude mag, which she featured in twice in the ’80s."
1984, to be exact. Ronald Reagan was POTUS. The San Fran 49's were Super Bowl Champs. Dow Jones Industrial Average closed the year at 1211. Johnny Carson hosted the Oscars. Best picture was 'Terms of Endearment.' Album of the year was 'Thriller' by Michael Jackson. Space Shuttle Discovery launched for the 1st time. My middle daughter would be born the following year.

Listen up, Suzanne: No, no. No, no, no. NO. Fertility provides the hallmark of feminine beauty. Taut curves and tempting charms are by design. It's why there's 7 billion people in the world, and why Hugh Hefner got rich. But for 70+ women, that ship sailed decades ago. Any further attempt at conspicuous public displays of 'sex symbol' range from cringe-worthy to pathetic.

Despite being technically fertile their entire lives, this rule holds true for 70+ men. We've all heard the sneers and jeers aimed at the guy with the comb-over and out-styled clothes who attempts to flirt and pet with much younger women (Hello. Joe Biden?) It's cringe-worthy, if not pathetic.

And just like ol' Joe Biden still believes a record player is the hip entertainment center for courtin' his best gal, does Suzanne not understand that "Earlier this month, Playboy announced the magazine would end its six-decade print run with the Spring 2020 issue."

Retire gracefully.