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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Reuben Frank
CSN Philadelphia's Reuben Frank discusses the Eagle's decision to release Desean Jackson.
Never name a girl child Zelda. That's just asking for trouble because we know only one Zelda, and we all know what happened to her. And Zelda ("Zee") Mallory, the center of the novel if not its narrator-protagonist, is one mixed-up lady, although it takes a long time for that to become clear.
Their very first editorial conference led directly to bed, and while Reuben continues to pledge undying love for Lucy and the children who know him as Uncle Reuben, he somehow neglects his promise to divorce his wife.