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March

DDG.GAY

PALM SPRINGS

& COACHELLA VALLEY

DOCUMENTING LOCAL GAY HISTORY SINCE 1994

12 th Annual Spring Fling Cabaret & Silent Auction

Friday, March 5, 2021

6:30 pm to 8:15 pm on Facebook Live

Featuring

Musical Theatre University

Local Community Singers

A Virtual Gala

Benefiting

KEISHA D

7th Annual Community Justice

Award Honoree


12 th Annual Spring Fling Cabaret & Silent Auction

Friday, March 5, 2021

6:30 pm to 8:15 pm on Facebook Live

Featuring

Musical Theatre University

Local Community Singers

A Virtual Gala

Benefiting the Vitality

and Mission of

KEISHA D

7th Annual Community Justice

Award Honoree

Information & registration at bloominthedesert.com

Please register to participate.


SPRING FLING 12 - “Blooming Together”

YOU ARE INVITED!

Please come join us on FRIDAY MARCH 5, 2021 from 6:30 to 8:15 pm

For Bloom’s 12th Annual Spring Fling, when we will be

“BLOOMING TOGETHER”

There will be entertainment by Musical Theater University; an online, real

time Silent Auction for unique, multi-themed “Easter Baskets”; and a raffle

for $500 in Amazon gift cards.

Bloom will also be presenting the 7th Annual Community

Justice Award to Keisha D, and also the 3rd Annual Compassion

Appreciation Award

Schedule:

6:30pm “Mocktail Hour” - Sign On, Silent Auction Bidding, and Raffle

Ticket Purchase. Info and Pre-event Music 7- 8:15pm Program: Musical

Theater University, Presentation of Awards, and raffle drawing.

!!! REGISTER bloominthedesert.org starting FRIDAY FEB 19 at 5pm!!!

A link will be provided to the registration site

You must be registered to enjoy all the fun and benefits of attending the

event.

You may then preview the auction items once registered, and bidding

starts MARCH 1st at Noon.


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DID YOU KNOW?

Financial donations are what

keep “food on the table.” We

exist because of individual donors

like yourself. No donation is too

small, nor too big. Our yearly

budget of $450,000.00 provides

food and services to thousands

of people. Churches, individuals

and Foundations are what make

ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project

212-549-2500

Adult Protective Services

Hotline

800 491-7123

The (FCC) reserved the 211 dialing

code for community information

and services.

Gay Men’s Health Crisis Hotline

800 243-7692

American Association of Poison

Control Center (800) 222-1222

Rape, Sexual Assault, Abuse, and

Incest National Network (RAINN)

(800) 656-HOPE

See More in our Business Directory

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BUSINESS Directory

FEATURED

BAR/DINING

Pinocchio In the

Desert

Palm Springs

breakfast and

lunch bistro

restaurant with

a warm and

welcoming, lively

fun European

Atmosphere.

134 East Tahquitz

Canyon Way. PS

Rio Azul -

Mexican Style

Rest. & Bar

Best authentic

Mexican style

restaurant in

the valley.

With patio and

Bar. Home of

an original

and distinct

interpretation of

Mexican food &

Longest running

Sunday Drag

Brunch.(760) 992-

5641 350 South

Indian Cyn. PS

Runway

Restaurant & Bar

The valleys

premier arts and

entertainment.

Featuring

American

Casual Dining

Drinks & Drag

at CCBC Resort

Hotel.68300 Gay

Resort Drive. CC

Sunshine Cafe

Nearly as perfect

as it gets! Known

as a local hole

in the wall with a

funky vibe and

fantastic food,

frequented

by celebrities,

politicians, word

of mouth visitors

from around

the world. 36815

Cathedral

Canyon Dr. CC

Eagle 501 Bar

LEVI/LEATHER

bar in the heart

of Arenas, Palm

Springs

301 E Arenas Rd.

PS

The Barracks

LEVI/LEATHER

No matter your

fetish, if you’re

in the mood

for some great

cruising or just

listening to some

sexy music while

you have a cigar

largest patio bar

in the desert.

67625 E. Palm

Canyon Dr. CC

Tool Shed

LEVI/LEATHER In

the Warm Sands

District in central

Palm Springs.

600 E Sunny

Dunes Rd , PS

Tryst Bar and

Lounge

Eclectic mix of

straight and

gays Everyone is

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Welcome at Tryst

21+ 188 S Indian

Canyon Dr. PS

MORE GAY &

GAY FRIENDLY

Cathedral City

The Barracks

Runway

Sunshine Cafe

AJ Sports

Roost

Trunks

Studio One 11

Desert Hot

Springs

Playoffs Sports

Bar

Palm Springs

Eagle 501 Bar

Rio Azul

Tool Shed

Toucan’s

Streetbar

Oscar’s

Chill bar

Hunters

Stacy’s

BlackBook

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Next Mass weekly Zoom Mass every Saturday at 430.

Call or 442-282-8333 or visit stgilesaltadena.org for more details.

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cover

03 SPRING FLING 12

politics

15 Equality Act

10 How Big business cheats

entertainment

17 Wildflower festival

16 Palm Springs leather PRIDE

33 F**Ked Up Funny

24 Forever Marilyn

30 iNaturalist app

25 That;s Drag!

business

06 Business Directory/Bar/Dining

18 Massage

16 Jobs

art

22 AdamsArtExpose’

12 th Annual Spring Fling Cabaret & Silent Auction

Friday, March 5, 2021

6:30 pm to 8:15 pm on Facebook Live

Featuring

Musical Theatre University

Local Community Singers

KEISHA D

7th Annual Community Justice

Award Honoree

A Virtual Gala

Benefiting the Vitality

and Mission of

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ONLINE


EDITOR NOTES

Currently online only March

I can’t wait until we go back to weekly. For us, it’s the

best way to communicate our main mission to provide an

updated safe LGBT travel guide to locals, weekenders, and

vacationers alike.

We consider our reader’s

ability to pick up and read

us where they shop eat and

drink is our asset. We must be

about building our community

not addicted to their

overhead. Thanks to them, we

have been doing this since

1994!

US House of Representatives

passes the Equality Act

offering protections to

LGBTQ 224-206 to pass the

Equality Act, which aims to

expand civil rights for LGBTQ

Americans. Republican

responded by displaying

typical homophobia.

The CDC also reports on

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Desert Daily Guide

adamsart@desertdailyguide. Opinions expressed in the DDG

EDITOR: Will Paige

com

columns do not necessarily

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reflect the opinion of the DDG,

its staff, or its advertisers. DDG is

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Digital or printed media packs available by its advertisers, or the products

on request.

or services they offer. Listings,

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pictures, or advertisements in

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to represent or reflect the sexual

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orientation of any business, its

Magazine is delivered every week owners, or its staff. All events

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to select locations. Updated weekly , are subject to change without

Contributing Writers

Currently on lime only and free during notice. Any omissions of events

COVID.

are not intentional. © 2020

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DDG Media Group , All Rights

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PALM SPRINGS LEATHER PRIDE 2021

IMMEDIATE ANNOUNCEMENT

Palm Springs Leather Order of The Desert is proceeding with planning to present

Palm Springs Leather Pride 2021 during the period of October 28-31, 2021.

Since COVID-19 continues to be a concern, it is necessary to delay a final decision

about whether to present the event until July/August 2021 at which time we will send

an update and post the decision on our websites and Facebook pages.

We are planning to bring back all your favorite events - pool parties, formal dinner

and Mr. Palm Springs Leather contest.

palmspringsleatherpride.org. info@pslod.org

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BUSINESS Directory

QUADZ

RetroRoom

Lounge

Jobs

CCBC is hiring

fantastic people

for our Front

Desk & Housekeeping

Dept.

See Indeed.com

for details or

click LINK

FEATURED

RESORTS

downtown Palm

Springs, Our 3.5

acre fantasy

playground

is perfect for

weekend getaways

and

extended stays.

ccbcresorthotel.

com

TRIANGLE INN

760-322-7993

555 E. San

Lorenzo Rd

92264 Palm

Springs CA

Romantic and

relaxing or fun

and frisky. At

the Triangle Inn

Palm Springs, the

choice is yours.

Historic Palm

Springs Resort

is a feast for

all your senses,

with a special

flair for Southern

(California)

hospitality.

triangle-inn.com

Personal Service

NOTE: Some

business may

be restricted

or unavailable.

Depending on

COVID Please

call first.

Massage

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of all ages.

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760-835-0727

CCBC Resort 760

324-1350 See

page 2

68-300 Gay

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a Professional

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Therapist

here offering

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GENERAL

SERVICES

Patriot Services

LIC General

contractor

Handyman

ELECTRICAL

760-327-9619

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BUSINESS Directory

Painter

Hauling

Red’s Hauling.

We remove trash

and unwanted

items. Garage

clean outs.

Call Red at

760-288-6956

ATTRACTIONS

Cabot’s Pueblo

Museum

760-329-7610

McCallum

Adobe 760-323-

8297

Indian Canyons

760-323-6018

Palm Springs

Aerial Tram

760-325-1449

Palm Springs Air

Museum

760-778-6262

Palm Springs Art

Museum

760-325-7186

Sunnylands

760-328-2829

Patton Memorial

Museum

760-227-3483

Joshua Tree

National park

760-367-5500

ATTORNEYS

Joseph Rhea

legal criminal

law human rights

760 322-3001

SHOPPING

Gear Leather

and Fetish

760-322-3363

We carry only

the finest quality

leather and

fetish goods,

gym wear, toys

and furnishings,

all designed

to get you off

and make you

look good while

you’re doing it.

gearleather.com

650 E. Sunny

Dunes

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Off Ramp

Leathers

760-778-2798

offrampleathers.

com New and

used leather

and fetish/BSDM

gear.

Alterations

and repairs

handmade item

by Paul. Great

selection of

consignment

items.

650 E. Sunny

Dunes Rd., Unit 3,

Palm Springs, CA

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Disparities in Risk

Factors for

Adverse COVID-19–

Related Outcomes,

by Race/Ethnicity —

Behavioral Risk Factor

Surveillance System,

United States, 2017–2019

and a response from the

HRC

Summary

Risks for COVID-19 acquisition and

severe associated illness vary by

characteristics, including race/

ethnicity, age, and urban/rural

residence. U.S. COVID-19 surveillance

systems lack information on sexual

orientation, hampering examination

of COVID-19–associated disparities

among sexual minority adults.

What is added by this report?

Sexual minority persons in the United

States have higher self-reported

prevalences of several underlying

health conditions associated with

severe outcomes from COVID-19 than

do heterosexual persons, both in the

overall population and among racial/

ethnic minority groups.

What are the implications for public

health practice?

Inclusion of sexual orientation and

gender identity data in COVID-19

surveillance and other data collections

could improve knowledge about

disparities in infections and adverse

outcomes among sexual and gender

minority populations, overall and by

race/ethnicity.

Citation: Heslin KC, Hall JE. Sexual

Orientation Disparities in Risk Factors for

Adverse COVID-19–Related Outcomes,

by Race/Ethnicity — Behavioral Risk

Factor Surveillance System, United

States, 2017–2019. MMWR Morb

Mortal Wkly Rep 2021;70:149–154. DOI:

http://dx.doi.org/10.15585/mmwr.

mm7005a1external icon

HRC issued the following statement:

This report affirms what LGBTQ

advocates and organizations have

known all along: that our community is

at greater risk and disproportionately

affected by the COVID-19 health

crisis. It is critical that health disparities

in marginalized communities are

fully captured by government data

collection so they can be swiftly

addressed. The Trump administration

failed to acknowledge the

disproportionate impact of COVID-19

on LGBTQ people; it is most welcome

that the Biden administration is not

politicizing our community’s health and

instead is addressing the realities we

are facing.

This study is only the first step.

Alphonso David, President,

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ADAMSARTEXPOSE’

THE EXOTIC AND EROTIC ART DEPICTING LOVE INSPIRED BY THE

THE VERNAL EQUINOX

REPORTER: Adam EMAIL: adamart@desertdailyguide.com Web: coming soon

Spring is commonly associated with

the phenomenon of renewal. In a climate

where deciduous trees have been dormant,

hibernating from life, leafless and ominous in

their bare dark branches resembling crooked

witch’s fingers twisting in the wind. With the

first rays of warm spring sunshine, the juices of

these trees begin to flow through the trunk and

into the branches producing emerging yellowgreen

buds which will become the green leaves

of summer

The emergence of the Vernal Equinox

bringing on spring also has profound effects

on the human species creating similar erotic

arousal as those in the natural world. In Japan

the Shunga translated to “spring pictures”,

has a history, beginning prior to the 1600s,

with paintings on handscrolls and books

representing erotic visuals of the enjoyment

of sex showing female, male, and same-sex

encounters of blooming sexuality that is

stimulated during the spring season.

Dried bulbs that have been buried in the

soil five months earlier are sprouting from their

frozen graves to show new colorful life as tulips,

lilies, and daffodils. along with the wildflowers

blooming on the hillsides to create a burst of

color throughout the landscape. Artists coming

after and influenced by the impressionist period

identified as the Fauves, attempted to create

the vision of spring using wild sporadic colors

such as the painting by Matisse of the colorful

landscape shown in this article.

Domestic farm animals are calving,

lambing, pigging, and hatching. Franc Marc

another Fauves artist illustrates a young boy

saving a lamb from a flood.

Love the most profound human emotion

is visualized in graphic color and letters by

Robert Indiana’s paintings of LOVE which

has been done in a variety of forms and

translated to three-dimensional sculpture. Love

depicted by artists in the LBGTQ community

legitimatizes love between same-sex couples

providing a visual format to a physical passion

such as a new emerging young artist from

Sweden, Cajsa von Zeipel who works with poly

plastic materials and body casting to form her

female - androgynous gender figures in active

erotic poses. Jordan Mejias a young gay artist

who has gained recognition in the past 2 years

with his watercolor paintings of nude males

and male couples in romantic sexual situations

brings a new creative visualization to gay love.

marc boy with lamb

robert indiana love

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Love and the association with spring

has been used as a primary topic for artists

throughout human history. We have all

experienced enough visuals on violence and

division over the past decade. Perhaps as

spring approaches, artists can help us redirect

our gaze more into love and acceptance as

we move toward a renewed philosophy of a

positive future.

matise landsape

shunga male to male

CAJSA VON ZEIPEL

mejias erotica

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Will April Showers follow Forever Marilyn?

Yes our “Forever Marilyn” statue returns to Palm Springs on April 18

after more than 6 years since her departure in 2014.

As we the nation tears down its past reminders of racism and disparities

Palm Springs doubles down.

But not without critics The director of the museum is reported to sate.

“When you exit the museum, you are going to see the exposed backside

of a 26-foot-tall Marilyn Monroe, including her underwear,” he explained

by phone this week. “That’s not the message we want to give to

our community.”

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Desert Rose Productions Presents Tommi Rose and the Playgirls in

THAT’S DRAG!

Coming Soon to Vimeo On Demand on Mar 2, 2021, 6:00 PM ET!

Produced by Desert Rose Productions Inc and presented on the New

Desert Rose Playhouse Stage in Palm Springs, California.

The Iconic Tommi Rose brings you his new series, “That’s Drag!”

Featuring some of the country’s most talented and successful female

impersonators in the business today!

“That’s Drag!” takes you on a visual journey of Gaiety, Glitz, and

Glamour!

Produced as a Covid Relief Fundraising Event for Desert Rose

Productions!

All Proceeds Go Towards the Survival of Desert Rose Productions and

the Desert Rose Playhouse!

*Some Mature Language* Thank You For Your Support!

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BUSINESS Directory

GROUPS/ORG/HELP

LGBT

COMMUNITY

CENTER 760-416-

7790 thecenterps.org

AMERICAN CANCER

SOCIETY 800-227-2345

AMVETS:

Veterans club

760-324-5670

Coachella Valley Sexual

Assault Services Rape

Crisis Center

(760) 568-9071

DESERT LEGAL AID:

760-832-9770

DESERT

STONEWALL DEMOCRATS:

desert-stonewall.org

DESERT WINDS freedom

Band

760 776-2700

GAY ARTISTS -

760 835-0727

Gay Book Club of PS—

write to

bookclubofps@yahoo.

com

Transgender community

transcc.org

PALM SPRINGS GAY

MEN’S

CHORUS

760-219-2077

PALM SPRINGS LEATHER

ORDER OF THE DESERT 760

272-5553

PALM SPRINGS PRIDE

pspride.org

Prime Timers of the Desert

760-424-8014.

NATURIST DAY PASSES

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current and past

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By way of thanks to

their support for us

over the years.

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BIG BUSINESS LOSES

Big businesses! If they are people, they are

very entitled spoiled people. Without much

care about the community they exist in

share in new markets. Small businesses

are usually at a competitive disadvantage

because they do not have comparable

resources.

They dominate their respective markets

and industries. Common characteristics of

big businesses include a global presence,

thousands of employees, diversified

products and a complex organisational

structure. Examples include Wal-Mart

in the retail industry, Apple in computer

technology and Toyota in automobile

manufacturing. Successful small businesses

evolve to become medium and then big

businesses. If they make break parts or

propane and propane accessories they

seem to evolve normally. But if you want

to enjoy all America has to offer you might

just find yourself out of luck if you’re not

content to have a doormat that says “Let it

snow”, in the middle of the desert.

Big businesses can also hurt us.

Big businesses can deploy more marketing

professionals and product designers to gain

Big businesses also have the financial

resources to engage consultants and

lobbyists to advocate on their behalf. This

could give large corporations an unfair

advantage in public policy making.

This means meaningful change requires

turning out and voting for the candidates

that support building small business

support.

If the best way to bring about change is to

occupy voting booths, not public parks.

We need to learn how to vet a candidate. to

By asking questions about the policies for

supporting the small business community.

If the answer sounds like achievable goals

wilt a path to get there and measure its

success and do equality and opportunities

not bribes for silence exist.

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SMALL BUSINESS WINS!

The lack of oversight is evident when

you have a local politician in court with a

developer and not regulating but common

thievery.

This can happen on both sides of the aisle

so often it may be the only valid reason

we need a two-party system. This is not

to minimize the Trump-supported coup

attempt. Republicans have long used small

town politics and big businesses to crush

our small businesses market. Now that

they have joined forces with racists and

hate mongers, it got worse. Especially since

Trump’s lies and corruption have been

forgiven by his party.

The DDG and other local media drive most

of our ad-revenues from the small business

market, if not all of it. For DDG, the core of

our business is dedicated to the small under

served LGBT business community. We

have helped more small businesses grown

than we can count.

WE CAN WIN!

As consumers, I wonder if are we aware

how big businesses use our desires and

stretch our dollar to destroy our local small

business competition. They also often use

those profits to manipulate state laws and

regulations.

For example, research at Dartmouth’s Tuck

School of Business found that Wal-Mart’s

entry into a market significantly affects

sales of small and medium-sized retailers,

according to an April 2009 “Inc.” article.

Professor Kusum Ailawadi, who led the

research, suggests that common strategies

-- such as price discounting or changing

the product mix -- do not work because it

is difficult to compete with a big company

on price. She suggests that a small business

should focus instead on fine-tuning its

product mix, such as selling high-end

products that Wal-Mart may not carry.

Small businesses have a big tool to fight

back as they are more maneuverable and

that allows more innovation because

the decision-making process happens

on the spot. Innovation is easier when

key decisions are not centralized like big

businesses that must to go through several

management layers, lengthening the

approval process.

In a March 2004 Harvard Business

School Working Knowledge paper, MIT

professor Thomas W. Malone wrote that

innovation is the key to succeeding in

the modern knowledge economy. By

fostering flexibility, agility, and individual

creativity, a decentralized business nurtures

innovation.

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Fucked UP Funny

OUR DISREGARDED

FORMER PRESIDENT.

Attendees at this weekend’s Coke fueled

Conservative Political Action Conference

are still wearing “Make America Great

Again” hats. While packing the mini bar,

they will hoist Trump on weak shoulders

and parade him around the room. But

the annual racist hate fest will ignore the

fact that the GOP has unraveled, incited

an attacked on the capitol by toy soldiers

and a handful of Trump’s hateful couch

potatoes.

But with KKK styled hate panels with

required coded white supremest words,

Actual tiles and speakers

10:15 AM Tolerance Reimagined: The

Angry Mob and Violence in our Streets

10:50 AM Bill of Rights, Liberty, and

Cancel Culture by Sen. Ted Cruz (TX)

11:15 AM Protecting Elections Part 2:

Other Culprits: How Judges & Media

Refused to Look at the Evidence

01:15 PM Lizard People: How the left

exposed their true self

10:50 AM bleach injection systems: Why

they work without producing evidence.

12:55 PM QAnon Q&A

Sen. Tom Cotton (AR)

1:40 PM Disappearing ink and a kids

magic kit. How ballots can seem to

disappears just as a court is convened.

2:40 PM COVID-19 hoax was created in

a lab in China and distributed by not so

innocent Girl Scouts. Sen. Ted Cruz (TX)

3:40 PM The left is a group of Satanworshiping

elites who run a child sex ring

are trying to control our politics and media

Surprise Guest.

8:40 PM Why Republicans were more

likely than Democrats to believe

misinformation. Canceled

So Trump closed the American hate fest

with amazing swag including Trump

12:55 PM Keeping America Safe

Insurrection flags, a leading pillow

Sen. Tom Cotton (AR)

manufacturer and rare discontinued items

like Mr. Potato Head, Aunt Jemima, Uncle

1:40 PM The Left’s Assault on a Free Ben’s, and Cream of Wheat. Back again

People: How Government, Big Tech, and on sale Cleveland Indians hats and 14

Media Are Colluding to Deprive Us of Our Other sports teams the left forced them

Humanity

to dumped racist names and mascots. But

if we are lucky this will be the last time

We found some break out sessions not CPAC and Trump will ever happen again.

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