Please Stop Throwing Up in Your Mouth a Little While Playing 3D Chess or Pelosi’s Mistaken: Hold Public Hearings for Impeachment

cli·ché

/klēˈSHā/

noun

plural noun: clichés; plural noun: clichés

1. a phrase or opinion that is overused and betrays a lack of original thought. Dictionary.com

Balloons at the 2004 Democratic National Convention

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Lawyer. Artist. Little known fact about me: I have a football trophy for accidentally tackling someone holding the ball at the right time.

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Ellen Beth Gill

Ellen Beth Gill

Lawyer. Artist. Little known fact about me: I have a football trophy for accidentally tackling someone holding the ball at the right time.

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