Mrhirsh

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Date registered: 10/14/2011

Latest posts

  1. Hillary Clinton’s Health Report from Nurse Ratch-it. — 09/20/2016
  2. “Brave”, Barbaric New World — 09/17/2016
  3. High School Students Serenade Dying Teacher — 09/17/2016
  4. Pneumonia: Hope we can believe in. — 09/15/2016
  5. Second Amendment . . . You were saying? — 09/15/2016

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Sep 20

Hillary Clinton’s Health Report from Nurse Ratch-it.

Sep 17

“Brave”, Barbaric New World

World on a collision course with disaster . . . just sad. First child dies by euthanasia in Belgium A terminally ill minor has become the first child to be euthanized in Belgium since age restrictions were lifted in the country two years ago, according to several sources.  A Belgian lawmaker told CNN affiliate VTM …

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Sep 17

High School Students Serenade Dying Teacher

It’s a weird day.  I’m even linking to CNN, if that gives you any idea how weird a day it is. A beloved high school teacher whose students gathered outside his window to serenade him has died after a battle with cancer. Ben Ellis, who taught Latin and Bible studies at Christ Presbyterian Academy in …

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Sep 15

Pneumonia: Hope we can believe in.

I think I found a 3rd party worthy of my vote.  Latin guy, named Streptococcus Pneumoniae.  Might be kind of hard to write in.  So practice.

Sep 15

Second Amendment . . . You were saying?

2nd-amendment

Sep 13

New Hillary Game Available

I ordered the Conservative Version. No anesthesia involved. Couldn’t find the brain though.

Sep 08

Do all Black Lives matter?

Sep 07

Savage Blacks in America

Sep 06

Cat Watching Psycho

A Cat Video that I can love.  Spend a tender minute and watch it! H/T to R.A. Bachert

Aug 31

Take the “Will I impose my Morality” quiz.

You don’t have to read too many news stories to get the idea that morality questions abound.  It used to be the case that “wrong was wrong even if everyone was doing it; and, right was right even if no one was doing it.”  That’s all changed, apparently. And it’s not until the last few …

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