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British Girl in Washington DC @hebeindc

kill it with fire

It must be super fun to work in the office of Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul: – our fella’s getting stiffed in the polls – yeah what do you reckon, we need a gimmick – we could destroy stuff? with … Continue reading

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what I talk about when I talk about running

Hillary:  “Everyday Americans need a champion, and I want to be that champion.”   Ted Cruz:  “It is a time for truth. It is a time for liberty. It is a time to reclaim the Constitution of the United States.” … Continue reading

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2016 republican runner and riders

right I’m off to work thought I might monger a bit of war you got cake in for later?    Tom Cotton is the junior senator from Arkansas and my new favourite republican hero-star. When he is not getting punched in the twitter-face by foreign ministers … Continue reading

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We’re Only Trying To Help Poor Fat People Stop Being So Gross, Say Republicans

When the United States lost the race for the Most Offensively Fattest People in the World to neighbours Mexico earlier this year, the Republican Party, far from being furious that America no longer ruled the globe by girth alone, decided … Continue reading

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Garden and Gun

“Your Father and I have been thinking,” said my Mum, “and we wondered if you’d like to have your wedding money for your 40th birthday instead.” Pause. My reaction: 1. You have wedding money put aside for me? Ah that’s … Continue reading

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US ❤ UK

The findings are in. My exploratory yet exhaustive qualitative research into the state of the UK-US Special Relationship, conducted over the past few days under a number of strict scientific guidelines (“I will buy you a drink if you answer … Continue reading

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a Washington D.C. diary, of sorts

There is a man who walks very slowly down my street every morning. He never walks on the pavement, always the road, keeping close to the parked cars. I spotted him once downtown. He’s not hard to miss. Dressed completely in black, … Continue reading

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