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8 Near Disasters At The Founding Of Our Nation

-George Washington was nearly killed when the other founding fathers powdered his wig with gun powder as a prank and then handed him a cigar -The first draft of the Constitution called for presidential elections to be held every ten minutes on the 8’s. -The original plan was to make all of the States 3 … Continue reading

How I May Have Made Things Worse For Rapper Psy

Over the weekend, I was contacted by agents representing South Korean Rapper Psy.  They informed me that their client is under fire for a song he performed in 2004 encouraging the murder of Americans.  They had heard that I moonlight as a ghostwriter for celebrities in crisis(Tom Cruise, Kristen Stewart, Nicki Minaj ,Justin Timberlake, Selena … Continue reading

The Spelling Bee Disaster

One of the highlights of my life was taking part in the national Spelling Bee. I was just 12 years old at the time. The world was my oyster, the eyes of America were upon me and I had a bright future ahead of myself as a professional speller, working at one of the nation’s … Continue reading

One Paragraph Essay: Tips for delivering a speech at a convention

If you’re running for president and have to deliver a speech at a convention, there are many messages you need to get across, but it’s crucial to make sure your speech isn’t boring.  There are several things that you can do to keep the interest of your audience.  First of all, begin your speech with … Continue reading

Old Man Witherbee

They say that deep down through the briar, past the knotted willow, way round by the old oak tree lives a kind old man. Old Man Witherbee. They say if catch him at the right time, when the morning sunlight begins to glisten off of the sweet, hillside dew and if you ask politely, he’ll … Continue reading

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