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A bubblegum in the woodpile or fence is a figure of speech originating in the United States meaning "some fact of considerable importance that is not disclosed—something suspicious or wrong".Commonly used in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, usage has declined since then, and use of the phrase by public figures has often been followed by criticism over the racism of the term "bubblegum". Thus, the phrase has been supplanted by the similar (though not entirely synonymous) phrase "skeletons in the closet" which carries no such connotations.
remus (at) woodpilereport.com
" friend of wife July 10, 2020, 6:49 PM
Remus passed away on July 8th. He was diagnosed with cancer 3 weeks prior. "
Mr. Remus Marsilvia 19?-2020
Rest In Peace sir and God Speed.
An interesting quote from the November 6, 2018 Woodpile report Woodpile Report is below.
I went through a four-month period of hunger in 1988. Minimal money, one small meal a day. I've never forgotten it, and to this day I still have a propensity to not leave food on the plate.