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Hillary Clinton turned 71 on Friday, and spent her birthday in conversation with Kara Swisher of the tech podcast Recode Decode and hundreds of admirers who gathered at the 92nd Street Y on Manhattan's Upper East Side. The packed hall buzzed with anticipation as the clock ticked toward Clinton's arrival—two years after a catastrophic defeat, the former Secretary of State can still sell out a show. As the lights dimmed, a hearty voice boomed over the loudspeakers, commanding us all to put away our cameras and our recorders. Anyone with questions for Clinton could submit them via index cards roaming ushers distributed up and down the aisles. An aide presumably sifted through these backstage, presenting the culled herd to Swisher, who picked through the pile of finalists and pitched her winners to Clinton. There would be no room for anyone to go rogue.
I have been reading this blog for a while now but this is the first time I have felt I needed to add my two cents in. I have no support in this and so many of the DW have just accepted this life I just cant ,I want more There are so many days I wish I had a normal life and he had a normal job. Although it may indeed be a good idea to get out of this one, we all need to keep in mind that the situation is more complex than that. I was going to be having leftovers of everything; time, energy, etc. Somehow I never believed any of that; I wanted a career and a small family and never believed religion was a way to identify good character. I would need to ask my husband again. Thanks for sharing your story.