I Couldn’t Resist …

This evening, Miss Goose sent me a link to a Twitter thread by a tweeter going by the moniker of HappyToast.Β  This needs no further introduction from me …

I’ve made a pop-up easy reader version of Fire and Fury so Donald can see what all the fuss is about



His first days in office




Hairdressing tips


Inauguration sads


New friends


Presidential dinners


and pouring over the best intel a world leader can receive

48 thoughts on “I Couldn’t Resist …

          • Aww thanks so much Jill, too kind tonight.
            No, I’ll tip my hat to Happy Toast, that’s true performing art, I couldn’t get near it!
            PS: WP swallowed the Twitter Feed link. (an’ I’ve forgotten my Twitter password…have to start all over again…why do I do that?)

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            • ‘Tis why I keep a list of my passwords, for every time I’m forced to use a different one than my two standbys, I forget it. I tested the link and it took me right to HappyToast’s Twitter page … I wonder why it wouldn’t work for you? Good luck with your password! πŸ€” πŸ€”

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  1. Dear Jill,
    We missed another marketing idea. HappyToast on Twitter did a brilliant job. I loved every bit of his creativity. This was a lot of fun. LOL. THANKS!

    BY the way, Tom Steyer, the billionaire copied a page out of your book. He has purchased 535 copies of Michael Wolff’s book “Fire and Fury” to be delivered to each and every US Congress representative.
    I bet, he’d be interested in HappyToast on Twitter.

    Hugs, Gronda

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    • Thanks Gronda! Yes, as soon as I saw this pop-up book tweet series, I knew I HAD to do a post about it! I loved it!

      I had never heard of Tom Steyer until just now, but I did a quick Google search and it looks like he is doing quite a bit of good! I LOVE the idea of sending the book to every member of Congress!!! I wouldn’t be surprised if Trump orders them to have a massive book burning on the front lawn of the Capitol! Hugs!!!

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        • Dear Gronda … I debated, wondering if perhaps Steyer was just a bit too political for the “Good People” post, but I have decided to feature him in tomorrow’s post. But I was thinking … I will be downplaying his political contributions, because I try to keep politics to a minimum on the ‘good people’ posts, so why don’t you write about him also, highlighting the political viewpoint as well? No reason we can’t both cover the same topic … we’ve done so before and our work complements each others.


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    • Thanks, Sha’Tara! I just couldn’t resist poking a bit of fun at the head clown!!! πŸ˜€ I sent him a Dr. Seuss book earlier this year, and on the gift card I wrote that if he couldn’t read it, he could ask one of his staff members. We have to find humour wherever we can!


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