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Reminiscing about cleaning the glory holes and peep shows of the old Michigan Avenue porn shop

Back when I used to have the radio show, I would occasionally get messages from a listener in Colorado. For the purposes of this post, we’ll call him Jeff… Well, Jeff, in one of our conversations, let it be known that he’d not only spent a good part of the ‘70s in Ypsilanti, but that […]

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Dangerous Nipples: If you enter your local Kroger without a shirt, you’ll be asked to leave. A semi-automatic rifle, however, is just fine.

The organization Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense, having successfully led a campaign to get Target to change their policy on open carry, is now turning their attention toward the nation’s largest supermarket chain, Kroger. Their new campaign, called Groceries Not Guns, is launching with a series of ads, like the one above, which I […]

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