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The Liddle’est President
By majid m. padellan
Spanky McDumbass was a horrible Liddle’ man who was a draft-dodger, a creepy dad, a businessman, and a bad TV celebrity, who lied and cheated his way to the most powerful position in America: President of the United States. This is the story of his improbable rise, and his ultimate bigly fall.
The Liddle’est President Adult Coloring Book!
The therapeutic benefits of an adult coloring book created from the much-sought after title ‘The Liddle’est President’ by Majid M. Padellan. Who knew that coloring in the bigly man-baby could help reduce stress and anxiety, and help calm emotional conflict? But now you can by making trump as orange as you like or Mike Pence the insipid shade of ‘Mother-said-so-yellow’!
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BrooklynDad_Defiant is taking his Shelter in Place activity list VERY seriously. So if you are restless, bored, or in need of a laugh, check out his video for activity inspiration!
BrooklynDad_Defiant is taking the Beard Shave Challenge for health and safety in the face (mask) of COVID-19.
BrooklynDad_Defiant talks about the process of autographing his book, The Liddle’est President, for readers, and reads out some of his favorite message requests! Buy your autographed copy from this website today or buy the book from all good book stores, like Amazon.
My homeless situation was not something that I could blame on anything or anyone but myself. After all, I had been the beneficiary of an excellent private school education: I had a scholarship to The Dalton School, an exclusive prep school from which I received an extraordinary head start. And I had a family and friends that loved me.
Things may seem dark right now, but within each of us there is a light that is brighter than all of the lights that went out that hot August night. We can, and will, light the way towards recovery.
Fear is a powerful thing. They say fear is a motivator. It can motivate us to get out of the way of a vehicle speeding in our direction, and other obvious, immediate threats to our personal safety. Fear of running out of toilet paper, because other folks have been panic-buying all of the toilet paper, has made people horde a ridiculous amount of toilet paper, leaving less or none for our fellow citizens.