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The [Tuesday] Papers

"Get ready for the most heartwarming story you'll read all day," Clickhole reports.

"If you met Paul Langdon or Ayesha Qamar on the street, you might think they have nothing in common. Paul is a retired firefighter, Ayesha is a law student. Paul has lived in the same suburb of Columbus for his entire life, Ayesha immigrated to Ohio from Pakistan when she was a teen. Paul is a devout Christian, Ayesha is Muslim. But if you dig a little deeper, you'll find that they share a common bond: Both Paul and Ayesha have 'Trump' painted on their garages!

"Beautiful! Take a look at the side-by-side pictures above to see just how similar these two really are."

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From a Beachwood Nation member:

"[My son] had his 4-month checkup Friday and they give mothers a postpartum depression survey at well-baby visits now. The survey has all these statements like, 'I feel hopeless' and 'I am so sad I cry' that you are supposed to rate in terms of how strongly you agree. The pediatrician told me the surveys they got back from election week were particularly vivid. 'We got essays on exactly how hopeless women felt, but it had nothing to do with having a baby.'"

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Steve (long bothered by the relativity of time) to Tim: November 18 - This day in history - 1883: At high noon on this day, railroads in the U-S and Canada begin using four continental time zones to end the inefficiency of dealing with thousands of local times.

THOUSANDS OF LOCAL TIMES, SO WRONG! THEY COULDN'T ALL BE RIGHT, I HATE THIS!

Tim to Steve: "At high noon on this day." Whose high noon?

Steve to Tim: The Official High Noon! God's High Noon!

Tim to Steve: Why Trump won: Heartland America fed up with Eastern time zone elites ("8 O'Clock / 7 Central")

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Steve to Tim: Beachwood Standard Time (BST): It's always four hours later than you thought it was because you got sucked in on the way home from Walgreen's.

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Today In The Resistance
* Jersey Neighbors Offer Muslims Support Against Bias.

* Sticky Notes Exude Messages Of Solidarity, Support.

* Toronto Women Plan Rally To Support Women's March On Washington.

* In Los Angeles, Anxieties About Trump Trigger Solidarity - And Organization.

* Faith Communities Show Solidarity In Wake Of Graffiti Attacks.

* Muslim Solidarity Vigil Draws Standing Room Only Crowd.

* U.S. Holocaust Museum Alarmed Over 'Hateful Speech' By White Nationalists:

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* Petition Calls For 'Sanctuary Campus:'

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* 'If I Have To Listen To One More . . . :'

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Runs in the family . . .

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Just wait until Barron grows up . . .

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In the Beachwood . . .

Here's Your Chance To Run CAN TV
Chicago public access channel's executive director is retiring; we have the job listing.

Universities Still Give Rich & Connected Applicants A Leg Up
It's only getting worse.

NFL Doctor's Conflict Of Interest
Team goals vs. individual safety.

Portraits Real & Imaginary
George C. Clark at the Cultural Center.

Midwestern Authors Contest Open
Get your entries in!

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BeachBook

Marie Dixon, 79, Fought For Rights To Spouse Willie Dixon's Songs.

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One final look at Cuneo Hospital Before Its Demolition.

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TweetWood
A sampling.

Trump's National Security Adviser.

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Look at how many times this lie was liked and retweeted.

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The Beachwood Tronc Line: Lock him up.



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Posted on November 22, 2016


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