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4 responses to “Merry Christmas

  1. Irene

    A belated “Feliz Navidad” and a timely, “Prospero Año Nuevo”. There is nothing wrong with celebrating the holidays with our families and giving ourselves a break to reflect. My family also observes Epiphany on January 6th which in various countries, such as Mexico, is referred to as “Día de Reyes”.

    Enjoy your loved ones.

    • I thought that was you, my friend. Wow. How amazing you were able to communicate so much in such a small amount of time. Talk about messaging. As you’ll see in my interview with Fox, I still have a long way to go (lololololololololol).

      By the way, I just gave lbothwell3 a lot to discuss. I’m feeling very calm these days about genuflecting with administrative trolls. A few months ago I would’ve let him have it differently. Now, I just like to point out contradictions, especially how our supposed tenured fearless leaders cannot even offer an acceptable counter argument you know as in citing the very video or article that’s under discussion.


      Día de Reyes — it’s been too long for this lapsed Catholic family. I miss the feasts the most. More on that another time. 🙂

  2. Greg ⋅

    And a Merry Christmas to all. May each of us recognize and live fully with all blessings. May each of us recognize and live fully with the gift to persevere in the face of hardships. Peace and joy now and throughout the New Year.

  3. katy ⋅

    Murray Texmas, brother. Best to you and yours — and remember that your “best” is better than most. Thanks for all that you do to help others.

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