It’s National Voter Registration Day today!🇺🇸


8: Mississippi, South Carolina, U.S. Virgin Islands
9: Alaska, Rhode Island
10: American Samoa, Arizona, Arkansas, Hawaii
11: Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas
12: Missouri
14: New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma
15: Delaware
17: Virginia
18: Kansas, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon, West Virginia
19: Massachusetts
24: Alabama, California, South Dakota,
28: Guam, Nebraska
31: Washington

1: Utah
2: Vermont
3: Maryland
8 (Election Day): Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Wyoming

(Fun fact: You don’t need to register to vote in North Dakota. Deadlines for Northern Mariana Islands and Puerto Rico have already passed.)

#AskJennaAbrams Vol.3

What do you think about cheating (marriage)

Anything is ok in relationships as long as everyone involved agrees on the topic. Orgy, BDSM, polygamy, whatever. The problem is, not so many people are ok with their partner cheating. I wouldn’t put up with cheating in my relationship and I’m 100% monogamous myself. But it’s always the matter of consent.

Who put the bop In the bop shoo bop shoo bop?

I have a counterquestion. Who put the ram in the rama lama ding dong?

Why United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) program to arm and finance the Jihad???

To keep the world in unstable condition, to benefit from weapon sales and cheap oil. I have some theories, but can’t be sure whether it correlates with reality, or not.

After #WhatIsAleppo who will you be voting for?

Unfortunately, that was not the only case when Gary Johnson discredited himself. After seeing all that nonsense he says, I recall my plans to vote for him. It’s too complicated, I didn’t make up my mind yet. Probably it will be a last minute decision.

Where do you find provocative posts? They always make me think.The breadth off topics is also unique.


Have people associated with Obama/Clinton passed the number of Nixon people pleading the 5TH? Continue reading “#AskJennaAbrams Vol.3”

Grief in numbers #NeverForget

15 years ago was probably the worst day in modern American history. Iconic symbols of the New York skyline – World Trade Center – exploded into smoke and flame. 9/11 was the day when the USA and the whole world changed.



Can people’s grief, sorrow and pain be estimated in numbers? If so, you can see those numbers below:

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Reason there’s something wrong with your marriage

Equal partnership marriage used to be a great concept back in times. And, just like tons of other beautiful concepts, something went wrong, and it has failed.


The idea was marvelous: provide women with equal rights and opportunities in family; be independent and equal in a freewill union with their partners.

But what happened in reality? Women accepted extra duties and have to provide their families with at least 50% financial support, but it’s 2016 and yet nobody has taught men to give birth and breastfeed half of the family’s children.

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Why do we need to get back to segregation

Apparently, ethnic minorities are striving for segregation nowadays. Humanity has gone full circle. Never mind how many activists of any color died to get rid of segregation, and fought for inclusion, black people want it back. 100% free people made their choice, and their choice is segregation.

Racism is not personal, it is structural. Unlike the arena of mainstream media, the educational system, religious institutions and judicial systems that reinforce hurtful stereotypes, these [safe] spaces remind the oppressed that they are human, that they deserve respect. – Huffington Post


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