Dove of Oneness HEADLINES
Another year slips away, and still Congress fails to announce the 4-year-old secret law that zeros out credit card and mortgage debt, abolishes income taxes and declares peace.
Followers of Shaini Goodwin, a Shelton woman who writes under the Internet handle "Dove of Oneness," are starring in a movie.
The story we ran last week on the Internet scam featuring "Dove of Oneness" provoked lots of reader comment.
Flimflam artists used to peddle their wares out of wagons - which doubled as convenient get-out-of-town-quick transportation to elude bamboozled customers.
It's not easy keeping secrets. Sometimes Shaini Goodwin, aka "Dove of Oneness," wishes she didn't know so many. Life would be simpler.
In real life, Shaini Goodwin hates attention.
Shaini Goodwin lies like a lover, and people pay to listen.
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