So I’m watching old Dr Bright defend himself in congress, but them GOP guys keeps asking him about that hydroquinine stuff and ain’t it possible that somebody was cured. The CDC says it don’t never work so maybe them guys is just trying to get points by standing up for the Prez.
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But read some more here if you wonder what he’s all about.
Uncle Eddy is not one man, but a composite of all of my uncles who worked the mills and mines of Ohio — in the Cuyahoga and Mahoning Valleys, and the ore docks of Fairport Harbor. I’ve rolled all of their personalities into one: Uncle Eddy. I grew up listening to their grievances, went hunting and fishing with them, learned how to curse and play cards, and not shy away from hard dirty labor.
Uncle Eddy’s spirit is still alive in the Mahoning Valley of Ohio, in a small town near Youngstown in the Rust Belt. He lost his job in the steel mills years ago, but he hopes steel will come back. He voted for Trump because Trump promised it would.
From time to time, Eddy shares his thoughts on life. We used to have long phone conversations — you’ll find those in Uncle Eddy Speaks Up.
Then the Grand-kids got him a cell phone, and he started leaving me voicemails. I saved them in Voicemail From Uncle Eddy. Now he’s getting high tech and leaves me full-on posts or Tweets. I never correct the grammar — that would offend him. With Eddy, what you see is what you get.
The government says it got no money to relieve the states, even if kids is goin’ hungry. But they got money to find that battleship Nevada which they blew apart during tests in 1948 and know where they did it. So why spend tax money to find it again? Kids is still hungry.