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Disappointed Michelle Caruso-Cabrera (Ex-CNBC) Is ‘Primarying’ AOC.

by Anura Guruge


Click image to access the ‘New York Post’ original.


Click to access my RAVE from 2014.


She claims that she has been a registered Democrat for many years. IF so, she should NOT be primarying AOC — irrespective of whether you agree, 100%, with all of AOC’s politics, statements and stances. ONLY one of these two formidable females can emerge victorious from the Primary. That is a SHAME.

We need BOTH of them. That is my gripe.

The Democrats have enough problems, right now, that infighting like this — which results in ELIMINATION.

Not happy.

I have always liked Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. She is intelligent, impressive and from New Hampshire. This makes her come across as petty and bitchy.

Ah, Dear! The Democrats are SCREWED.

I hope she will reconsider this decision.


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by Anura Guruge


Did You Know That ‘AOC’, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Has An Asteroid Named After Her?

by Anura Guruge


Donald Trump will be SO, SO livid IF he ever finds out.

So don’t tell him. OK? Our secret.


23238 Ocasio-Cortez (2000 WU111)


Click to ENLARGE and study here. Link to original below.


Link to original.


Click to ENLARGE and read here. Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandria_Ocasio-Cortez


This wasn’t recent either! It was named after her c. 2007 — eleven years ahead of her being elected to the United States House of Representatives.

This is pretty impressive stuff. She got this honor, because as a high school senior (aged 18), from Yorktown High School [Yorktown Heights, New York], in 2007, she won second place in the 2007 ‘Intel International Science and Engineering Fair’ for her microbiology project. Wow.

I really don’t know much about her. Did not even suspect this.

Trump will now want Jupiter renamed after him. But, maybe NOT Jupiter. Mars would be more appropriate and it is a GOOD COLOR match.


The asteroid itself had been discovered in 2000 at the Lincoln Laboratory.

A pretty common or garden asteroid in the asteroid belt. Nothing special. Decent size. Just over a mile across. So, not huge, but not tiny either.


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by Anura Guruge

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