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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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Ponder Me This

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I like having visitors, but

I rarely have anyone visit me. I make it a point to keep in touch with many of my family and friends. I also make it a point to visit them, whenever they are available for and desirous of a … 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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Dale Pertcheck, Lifelong Friend.

I first met Dale Pertcheck in the summer of 1965, shortly after high school graduation when I was 17 before I began college in September and before I had turned 18 in November of that year. Transpose that age of … Continue reading

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Rudolph

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Nina Amir asks, “Would you rather be right or happy?”

I have been an admirer of Nina Amir for many years now. Indeed, it was back on May 10, 2010 that I posted the Roland’s Ramblings entry entitled Nina Amir. I found the following video from Nina Amir especially apropos on this … Continue reading

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