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A true story about our first amendment rights

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WryWriter
 
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LOL! Hysterical! "The Schiffs"...,isn't that where you base an entire case against someone on the word of a particular person, but then claim you've never spoken to that person or know who they are but here's what they said to you in a nutshell through the words of your staff? I'd love to see that one play out in a REAL courtroom. "Your Honor, here's my parody of the case before the court...." Think the judge might get the Schiffs and throw everyone in jail for wasting his or her time and public money? "Oh, and btw Your Honor, this charge based on hearsay isn't something that resulted in a criminal act or could result in true penalty against the defendant but scores me some political brownie points for my future political goals every time I leak bias info to the media and keep the defendant from being able to defend himself. That's one of the reasons his accuser isn't present. I look so good on camera, don't you think?"


 Comment Written 14-Nov-2019



reply by the author on 15-Nov-2019
    Haaah... I love your musings. Old shifty doesn't look very good in any "light" ,or on any camera, in my view . lol. Thank you so much for the insight and the tread and the most generous rating. It is amazing , how much they are attempting to pervert justice right now, also with the Stone trial. I fear , they are at least trying to move that overton window over even more to crazy town. Bless you my friend.
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Gert sherwood
 
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Hello deckert

Your true story entry for the contest is really good (smiles), of not telling the truth smiles to this part of your true flash story

It's called the CIA-ramello bar.
is a
mixture of sticky CIA lies, fluffy marshmallows, (Or is it "swampmallows"? ) and gooey caramel.

Best to you in this contest.
Gert


 Comment Written 14-Nov-2019



reply by the author on 14-Nov-2019
    Thanks, Gert for the nice review and well wishes. Have a blessed day!!

reply by Gert sherwood on 14-Nov-2019
    You are welcome djeckert
    Gert
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Mystic Angel 7777
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This meets the contest requirements nicely as you deliver a complete non-fiction story within the word count limits allotted. You have a small typo:
"ourageously" - should be 'outrageously'.
Good luck in the judging and thank you very much for sharing it.



 Comment Written 14-Nov-2019



reply by the author on 14-Nov-2019
    Thanks for pointing out my typo, Monica, and the good luck , yet vain, well wishes for the " contest" . Blessings
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Sally Law
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I proclaim this, the winner of the Off The Grid contest. This made me cry, laugh, scream, as well as remember to pray. I'm glad I'm not alone. A circus by any other name is still a side show. Thank you for this; a stab at the candyman who doesn't think we don't see right through the wrapper.
Sending you my best today as always,
Sally :)


 Comment Written 14-Nov-2019



reply by the author on 15-Nov-2019
    Thanks , Sally. The candman indeed. That's a good description for the great deceiver. Thanks again and have a great weekend.
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