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Challenge #02756-G199: Oh Marvelous Me

I'm sorry to add to your already heavy workload that is your Prompts. But I would really like to see Unununium Jones on her stellar yacht get her just deserts. (From Prompt #02605-G048: Atomic Element Number Six) -- Anon Guest

[AN: Link thanks to DaniAndShali <3 Bless you for being helpful]

Life, the saying goes, is like a shit sandwich. The more bread you have, the less shit you have to eat. That saying was certainly true of Uni Jones. She has, to stretch the metaphor, so much bread that the comparative fecal matter was invisible to the naked eye. Or at least, that's the way it was.

There's another saying, Without change, there is no life. In short, the lifestyle of the ludicrously rich were about to change abruptly. In order to prevent the gross indecencies performed by Unununinium Jones and her lifestyle, the CRC changed its basic standard of living definitions and the Alliance itself altered its tax laws.

Trade with alliance citizens, businesses, and so forth would be taxed at one hundred percent unless all employees, minions, and wholly-owned subsidiaries complied with CRC rights regulations. The same applied for trade within alliance registered businesses.

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Friday Already?

I lost track, somewhere in the middle of the week. Nevertheless, I did manage to do all my blogly duties. And my writing quotas.

And I learned about this horseshit in which the people lobbying to quash climate change for profit are also preparing for a climate change related apocalypse by buying homes in New Zealand.

Sailing the hypocri-sea much?

Point that out to any of them and they have the power to firkin destroy your life.

I hate rich people.


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Challenge #01475-D014: Signal Lost

"It matters not if you have stood with the great. What really makes a difference is if you have sat with the broken, walked with the lost, and loved the lonely." — Sheri Bessi Eckert -- Ariestess

"And what have you done?" asked the man in the yellow robes. He was Important. He would not be in this meet-up if he wasn't. The people demanded it, and he had to suffer it. For the good feelings of everyone who supported him. And for

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