Today’s Lesson

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Before you assume someone has nefarious intentions, it’s best to first rule out stupidity, paranoia and mental illness.

And always watch your spelling.
The errors of middle age may catch up to you and find you incorrectly labeled a Canadian (not that that’s such a horrible thing).
On a side note, how many idiotic misunderstandings could be resolved by sitting down and having a normal conversation with someone?
And maybe that’s the problem with American politics right now.
I’m not talking about political parties. I’m talking about our fellow Americans.
Maybe it’s time we reached out to those who have differing viewpoints, political, economic, religious…
Who knows?
Maybe we’ll all find we have more in common than we thought.

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Valerie Bianchi
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Hell yeah!

Bre
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Awesome!

merry
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Commonality is a great starting place for any civil conversation, IMHO.