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Libtard

Many political conservatives have blasted me, belittled me, and called me names some of which have been extremely vulgar. Many times, political conservatives have called me “libtard” in their poor attempts at insulting me. After having seen the meme that … Continue reading

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Older People vis-à-vis Google

Spend time with your elders. Not everything can be found on Google.   “Call your mom, call your dad. If you’re lucky enough to have a parent or two alive on this planet, call ‘em. Don’t text. Don’t email. Call … Continue reading

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Ponder Me This

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Facts and Selective Perception. Troy Neff. Ditch Cuyahoga.

Give me the facts. “Just the facts, ma’am.” This morning, I read the following in a Wikipedia article: Selective perception is the process by which individuals perceive what they want to in media messages while ignoring opposing viewpoints. It is … Continue reading

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YWOTD: אַלטער קאַקער – Alter Cocker

While some people may call an alter cocker an old dog, an alter cocker is not a breed of dog. Alternative transliteration spellings of the Yiddish phrase אַלטער קאַקער alter cocker are: alte kaker, alta kaker, alte kocker, alter kocker, alter kaker, alte … Continue reading

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Commenting on Political Discourse

“I find it somewhat disconcerting that some people totally lack civility in their political discourse with others when there is a difference of political opinion. Sad. Why cannot people be respectful of one another in expressing opposing views? Why do … Continue reading

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