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Coping with TDS

Reading the paper Sunday I happened across two letters on the opinion page that validated what I noticed lately. Those letters were written by Rob Leach and Robert Johnson. As they have also observed, it seems that there are many people that are afflicted by TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome). Not only has it influenced those such as Mr. Leonard Pitts – whose opinions are featured in the paper on almost a daily basis – it has now infected some of our good citizens of Spokane County and Eastern Washington.

The only cure is counting days when President Trump leaves office, which may not be until 2024. Until then may I suggest using your energy on something constructive. Volunteering to work in an animal shelter or at 2nd Harvest, otherwise life is too short for being miserable.

Donald Vicena

Spokane



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