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The Winter Cities DTS has begun here at YWAM San Francisco, and we
The Otter Blog is about to drop some civic knowledge on your ass. This is Clement Leroy Otter. What is a Clement Leroy, and why is that funny you ask? Well, Clement and Leroy are the first and middle names of the Governor of Idaho and his last name is Otter. His nickname is “Butch,” so people call him Butch Otter. Seriously, for realz. Idaho’s Governor is Butch Otter. This makes Butch Otter the highest-ranking otter in the United States. And, if like me, you find this amusing, then you will love his Wikipedia page. According to the section titled, “Otter on the Issues,” he hates taxes, civil liberties, unions, aborting stuff, immigrants, gay marriages, and gray wolves. His stance on killing gray wolves is understandable, but the rest of it seems too conservative for an otter. As you likely know, otters are considered some of the most socially liberal members of the animal kingdom. Anyway, I hope this Otter guy runs for president. I think a Butch Otter is exactly what this country needs, and it will provide me months of lulz.
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(Original post from Daniel Alexander on Google , I’m just helping to spread the word. Reblog this)
I spotted this poor lady initially on Thanksgiving Day looking for work as I was leaving the York Road Shopping Center in Baltimore (http://g.co/maps/2ymdz). I felt so helpless and guilty because she wasn’t asking for money, but for a steady job. It was beyond me. It was especially sad because this was someone who should be enjoying retirement, but can’t.
The next day, I thought to take a picture of her and her sign to post it online to have her exposed to more people. When I went to find her though, she wasn’t there.
I was in the area today, and coincidentally, there she was: Still asking for help as cars were exiting the plaza. I finally approached her and asked if I could snap a picture so I can put her ad online in the hopes that someone out there would be able to find something for her.
So, here it is.
If you know someone looking for a seamstress, will you please tell that person about Gail? If you yourself can help, please reach out to her. Gail can be contacted at 443-810-0561. If you can’t help, at least share this post so that someone following you can.
totally wish I was currently in baltimore Im trying to get my seamstress skills up, and look how cute she is. Poor lady.
Reblogging for any Baltimore area peeps out there.
Ok, for any of my followers in Baltimore