2011 – The Debacle (January-March)
2011 was a bad year all around. While the future of Egypt and Wisconsin were in balance, we were more concerned with Charlie Sheen and his goddesses. (I am guilty of the latter). I took a look on how Washington and the federal agencies will affect us in 2011. With the exception of us still having Saturday mail, I nailed it.
A nightmare in my personal life. My bathroom all but exploded due to a leak from my upstairs neighbor’s bathroom. Both of my parents got hurt shoveling during a snowstorm and I had to take care of them for what seemed to be a month (but was only for three days.) My warnings of the Cinemafia started to show that on some things, I know what I am talking about.
The “birthers” compelled me to show my birth certificate. I finally was mentioned on TV via one of my tweets. I also mentioned my “Getting America Back to Work” plan. But March was not too rosy for the campaign. I had forgotten to mention that the infamous “Walk-a-Thon for Affordable Entertainment Awareness” was canceled in October. I thought the almost daily blog entries since would have helped people figure that out, but it didn’t.
Tomorrow I will review April through June.
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