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How to Properly Celebrate ‘Not My President’s Day’ on President’s Day

Not My President

Thousands are expected to celebrate President’s Day and their day off by protesting the current President. The protests are centered around President Donald Trump’s anti-immigration policies but really they are all about the shock people are having with the FOUR not-so- Presidential weeks offered by the “short fingered vulgarian” – best description ever offered by Vanity Fair’s Graydon Carter.

Typically Americans celebrate President’s Day by not going to the bank, avoiding the mailbox since there’s no mail and not expecting any government services which isn’t any different than most other days. And though President’s Day is really about celebrating our first President, George Washington, today is about our current President.

Here is a quick list on the proper celebration protocol ‘Not My President’s Day’:·

* Burn in effigy all “Make American Great Again” hats making sure to sprinkle the ashes in front of all Trump properties.

* Read an English dictionary or book in direct affront to what the President doesn’t do often.

* Avoid talking about money and your accomplishments which will offend Trump and most of his family members whose retinas are seared with dollar signs.

* Latinos: Speak Spanish all day long even if you don’t know how, Trump won’t know the difference, it will just sound foreign and therefore offensive to him.

* Educate yourself on what, where and when terrorism attacks have taken place here and abroad so you won’t be fooled by brazen lies and ‘alternative facts’.

* Call hourly the Mar-a-Lago Club at 561-832-2600 and tell them what you really think of the man called Trump.

* Shoppers: Don’t buy, resell or touch any Trump branded products including Ivanka’s Chinese made wares. This includes steaks, wine, golf balls, towels and even cocktail napkins.

* Finally – pray to your god or gods that the country and the world survive a man that has taken the Office of the President to unprecedented lows.

And yes that is a picture of an ancient South American sloth!

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Estelle Gonzales Walgreen

Estelle Gonzales Walgreen is a first generation Mexican-American and entrepreneur of convenience enjoying the next phase of her quixotic life-journey fulfilling a dream to write in order to make people laugh sideways and avoid institutionalization. Most recently Estelle co-founded HS-News serving as its Editor-in-Chief since no one else applied. She cries when mistaken for Jessica Alba her reptilian manicurist and smiles when engaging in taco politics.

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