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December 9, 2018

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Weekly Forum: What Do You Most Like About The Holiday Season?

Every week, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question:What Do You Most Like About The Holiday Season?

Bookworm Room: I like Christmas music. I may be Jewish, but I think Christmas music is one of the great gifts Christians have given to the world or, at least, to America. Whether it’s the old classics with their decidedly religious focus or the modern odes to winter, hearing those songs makes me happy. I dread the day when the PC police make all of that music go completely underground. Until then, once Thanksgiving is over and right up until 11:59 p.m. on Christmas day, I revel in those melodies.

Puma By Design :While I do not decorate as much as I used to because everyone are adults with their own families, the grandchildren will come over for a weekend, mid-December to help me decorate.

When they were younger, I used to take them on a day trip to Toys R Us or FAO Schwartz in mid-town Manhattan where they’d have open access to the many games and holiday props. However, since everyone is so politically correct in NYC, we now head over to Barnes and Nobles or one of the malls depending on the events.

The following day, we put up Christmas lights and the tree. Hopefully, this year, Kiki won’t knock down the tree and screw up the decorations before the next morning’s sunrise as she did last year.

After the tree is decorated, we’ll have cookies and hot chocolate or tea (sounds all Norman Rockwell, right?) While decorating, we’ll play Christmas music. They like my choice of Christmas music (thank goodness).

Once settled for the evening, I bully (well, not exactly) them into watching a Christmas movie of my choosing. Hey, I earned it and of course, they’ll moan and groan, “Oh, Grandma….really?” My grandson and granddaughter will fight for the seat closest to me until unable to stand them anymore, I switch seats allowing one to sit on the left of me and the other on the right. Case closed.

Then we’ll hang out again, Christmas Eve until about 10 p.m. at which point, their parents who waited until the final days have completed Christmas shopping take them home.

In between and all around, by the second week of December, I am in the holiday spirit whether I have decorated or not. However, once the mission has been accomplished, there is no holding me back. I often spend late evenings or since I’m such a horrible sleeper awaken to find my favorite spot in the living room where I admire the decorations, tree and lights while enjoying Christmas music preferably old school Christmas music of all genres except Hip-hop. Okay, one or two artists from the Hip-hop era.

I believe that music is God’s gift to us and his way of touching us deep within. There is a reason that it’s called joyful noise and when I’m not listening to music or have lowered it in the background, I’m like a 10-year-old enjoying my Christmas movies.

Life is good and we are blessed.

Jeffrey Avalon Friedberg: love “the prettiest sound” in the world: the call to Prayer.

The sound of goats screaming death cries as they are slaughtered. The cacophony of terrified unbelievers naked and shrieking in cold air. The crisp crackle of animal and snake hides as we unwrap our newest weapons and killing devices.

Yessss—the ssssssong of the sssssands blowing passssst usssss, under a full moon….

Ahhhhhh…nothing better….

Nothing.


Patrick O’Hannigan
: I’m not actually sure what I like most about the holiday season, but I appreciate being given the chance to think aloud about it.

If you set aside some of the hymns I like on the grounds that Easter and (in the U.S., at least) the Fourth of July have also inspired music, then the forced pause over Christmas Eve and Christmas Day might be the thing I appreciate most. By then, “holiday prep” of whatever kind is done, and the questions you’re left to ponder get simultaneously bigger and smaller. What I mean is that those of us inclined to such pondering are nudged by the calendar to marvel at the fact that God became Man, which leads first to the big, comforting, incredible question of “Why?”

I’m not sure whether my Jewish friends see the ecumenical and fellowship possibilities in Christmas the way that I do, but I also like how the Nativity of Jesus sits squarely on the pivot point between Jewish and Christian scriptures.

That said, nobody can think big thoughts all the time, and so by December 25 we’re also playing “small ball” with questions like “Which flannel shirt do I like best?” or “Will this Irish coffee taste as good as Uncle Jim’s?,” and “Is the soprano soloist at the late Mass going to handle ‘O Holy Night’ as beautifully as Mary Beth did all those years ago?”

I think “the holidays” as a catchall phrase wrongly conflates observances of unequal rank by putting things like New Year’s Eve on equal footing with more significant observances, but it’s also true that seeing the confluence of sacred and secular in the month of December provides food for thought.

Rob Miller: People’s attitudes. They seem to enjoy life more, to let the little things go. Oh, and using the pool and the jacuzzi in December.

Laura Rambeau Lee: For me the holiday season is about carrying on family traditions. We always have turkey for Thanksgiving; a standing rib roast for Christmas dinner; and a roast pork with sauerkraut, mashed potatoes and apple sauce on New Year’s Day. We do end up working around everyone’s work schedules and don’t always celebrate on the actual day, but we get together when we all can. And with an extended family it is nice to make the day a special day when no one must run to another dinner and celebration. Since my mom passed away in 2011, I guess I have taken over the matriarch role and try to do the little things she always did. My sisters especially love the shoo-fly pies I order from Lancaster, Pa, which is one thing mom always did after we moved to Florida as we got older. I don’t enjoy the shopping, not crazy about the malls and the crowds. My husband loves to shop so he takes on that task. I make the list, he fills it. I still mail out Christmas cards, too, to family and friends near and far.

The holidays can be bittersweet as we remember our loved ones no longer with us. I do love the music and have a Pentatonix CD from a few years ago that I love to play. I especially love their rendition of “Mary Did You Know?”

Now that the grandkids are 13, 11 and 3 this year they are going to help decorate the house and tree. We have a beautiful nine-foot artificial tree and lots of decorations to put up around the house. We hang stockings and after the kids leave we fill them up with fun things, practical things, and candies.

Our traditions keep us bonded through the generations. The holidays are a time to cherish our families and remember our loved ones no longer with us. It’s our time to express thanks for how truly blessed we are.

Well, there it is!

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November 18, 2018

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Trump, Wolves, Google and Fake News – the War on Truth

Demand truth in the media.

Rockin' On The Right Side

Today on Fox News Sunday, Chris Wallace tried to take President Trump to the woodshed for his oft-repeated claim that “fake news is the enemy of the people.”

When Wallace smirked his opening setup trick question, “Just ‘how dark‘ is your mood these days?” the president should have come back with, “Well, Chris, when did you stop beating your wife?”  Instead, President Trump gave him a pass and said his mood is very light, he loves his job, and the nonstop recent reports to the contrary by the Trump-hating media are fake news. 

Despite Trump’s allowance that Fox News is not a purveyor of fake news, Wallace defended CNN and the other Trump targets, citing “solidarity”. 

Trump is right.  The preponderance of fake news is a bigger threat to our well-being and our future than most people realize.  Two of the institutions that were foundational to our nation’s…

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November 17, 2018

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Weekly Forum: What Historical Figure Would You Like To Be?

Every week, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question: What Historical Figure Would You Like To Be?

Don Surber: Wilt Chamberlain. 30,000 points, 2,000 women.

Jeffrey Avalon Friedberg:If I could I would want to be the first guy who decided to have a city and be king of it. He would also have figured out that to be, and remain, king he would need a constituency of dedicated rabble.

He would have been the guy who came up with the first idea of telling the rabble what they needed to hear to keep himself in power. Lies would be okay, because the only thing that mattered would be direction and reward or punishment of my masses.

You know, let those who defy me be fired, ruined socially, or destroyed—prevented from breeding independent thinkers like themselves.

And then I’d reward those who backed up me and my special, private, social System. My backers would be the ones to get the big farming and gathering contracts, become rich and famous, get the lucrative cuneiform and symbols contracts, rock dragging endorsements, and be allowed to breed more subjects for me, exactly like themselves.

I would then also be the guy who comes up with the idea of Enforcers, to keep my special societal System running. These would be my police and special State prosecutors, or whatever I might choose to call them.

The Guy—this guy—he would have a way to harness the powers of Marketing, State rituals, and the Social Deliverers—or town news criers.

Thus, the guy, he would have his very of special political System, its purveyors, and Enforcers. He would be the Rock-con Valley and yuge Social Media guy—King.

And if I could go back in time, and be that guy, and be in charge of everything around me and mold the rabble to my Will, and keep them in line, and purvey and enforce my very special Social System: I would go back to being just a fricking goat herder and spare the world from Liberalism forever.

Rob Miller: Hmmm! Joshua, of course! Or maybe Puccini.

Fausta Rodríguez Wertz: Rosalind Russell: Beautiful, talented and smart.

David Schuler: Sir Richard Francis Burton. Explorer, geographer, diplomat, spy, scholar, poet, swordsman, linguist. Tall, dark, and handsome. One of the founders of modern anthropology. Spoke, read, and wrote dozens of languages well.

Laura Rambeau Lee:Maybe it’s my age, but thinking about this question I really can’t come up with anyone in history I would want to be. I honor those from the past who have advanced humankind and sought to better our lives. From the ancient philosophers and through the enlightenment; from our founding fathers and those who fought for the human rights of all individuals; their place in history is and should be acknowledged and their ideas and ideals taught to our children and grandchildren.

When I think back to the past I can’t imagine dealing with the hardship of everyday life of previous generations; having to hunt and raise our own food, simple things like communication, medical care, even bathing, cooking and doing laundry. The technological advancements that have happened in my lifetime alone are an incredible testament to human ingenuity. We live in amazing times. I feel a responsibility, as I am sure many of us do who have been drawn to the blogosphere, to be today’s pamphleteers and town criers, to touch as many people as possible and expose the evil forces and people in the world working to destroy our culture and our country. I feel the importance and urgency of the work we do and am happy to be living in the here and now. Whether we win or lose this fight, at least we can look back and say we were not silent.


Patrick O’Hannigan
: I have the same problem Laura does — I don’t want to be anyone else.

But I’d like to have a beer with Benjamin Franklin, Thomas (“The king’s good servant, but God’s first”) Moore, and beach volleyball legend Kerri Walsh-Jennings.

 Well, there it is!

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October 23, 2018

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Weekly Forum: What Will Be The Midterm Results?

Every week, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question: What Will Be The Midterm Results?

Rob Miller: I see the Republicans increasing their lead in the Senate to at least 54-46. They will have pickups in Florida, Missouri, N. Dakota in the least, and quite possibly Montana and Indiana. They’ll retain Arizona and Tennessee, and possibly Nevada, depending on how many illegal migrants in Clark County (Las Vegas) the Dems manufacture votes for. So the lead could be as high as  55-45 or even 56-44.

Beto O’rourke, a ‘Kennedy’ even when it comes to his drunk driving record and history of leaving the scene of an accident he caused will be embarrassingly defeated. Another long shot I’d love to see come in is in Michigan, where the disgusting Debbie Stabenow’s lead is decreasing against John James, a black Republican conservative businessman and war hero. A long shot, but not impossible.

Californians have a wonderful choice for Senate. They can pick the ethics challenged Difi, who employed a Chinese spy for years while her husband made millions in China through his connections with the government there…OR MeCha and La Raza’s poster boy Kevin De Leon, who believes it’s perfectly OK for illegal migrants to use fake ids and engage in identity theft. Both Democrats, of course.

The House I see as ending up with a smaller majority for the Republicans but still a majority. The Dems will end up in the low 200’s at best because they will pick up some seats in California and similar Crazyvilles they already control. The GOP will end up with something like 220-225, I think.

Governors? Scott Walker will likely just eke out another term. Commies Stacy Abrams and Andrew Gillum will be defeated in Georgia and Florida, with Brian Kemp and DeSantis winning (in the case of Desantis, by a nose). My guess is 28-22, favoring the GOP.

Ignore the polls, since they include ridiculously bogus polls from CNN that are hysterically funny, but serve the purpose of cooking the averages at places like RCP.

Jeffrey Avalon Friedberg: It will be Republicans by a landslide all around.

I predict utter disgrace for the evil, open borders, one world democrats, who will of course then explode and declare both some sort of “war” and a “stolen” election.

I don’t have specific numbers.

My state of New Mexico, (USA), is blood blue, and the rubber-stamp, sycophant dems will sweep it.

Steve Pearce will not be elected Governor.

Democrats should not push this further. Enough is enough.

Don Surber: Democrats must defend 26 Senate seats (including independents Bernard Sanders of Vermont and Angus King of Maine) while Republicans have nine seats on the line.

To take the Senate Democrats must win at least 28 of those 35 Senate seats (both senators will be elected in Minnesota and Mississippi).

At present, Real Clear Politics has Republicans gaining three seats. If that holds, Democrats will win 23 of the 35 seats and still not get the Senate.

Now for my prediction. Republicans will keep the Senate. Democrats will then whine about winning the popular vote but not winning the Senate. Democrats should easily have more votes than Republicans even if Republicans take more seats because California’s Senate race is between two Democrats.

Vote early, then on the night of November 6 watch the returns not because the Senate will change but because the Left will react the same way they did rwo years ago. They have not learned.

Doug Hagin
: Well, not a blue wave. The GOP will gain in the Senate, and will keep the House. In large part because the GOP has, finally discovered spines, and the economy, and yes, because the Dems have far overplayed their rhetoric.

Laura Rambeau Lee:Listening to the mainstream media pundits (someone has to do it) the Democrats anticipate a Blue Wave and fully expect to take the House and Senate. Watching the rallies around the country, President Trump draws tens of thousands of excited and engaged supporters while former Vice President Joe Biden can’t seem to draw 1/1024th as many to a Democratic rally in Las Vegas. However, we can’t discount the widespread voter fraud. Being involved in cleaning voter rolls in our county in Florida a few years ago I know voter fraud is a very real issue and getting worse.

I am seriously concerned with the governor’s race in my state. Democrat Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum (spell check keeps changing his name to Gollum) is supported monetarily by George Soros and Tom Steyer, while Republican Congressman Ron DeSantis is supported by conservative Republicans but not so much by establishment Republicans. DeSantis should be a shoo-in in our Red State following a successful Republican Governor Rick Scott, who is running for Senate and I hope beats out Democrat Senator Bill Nelson. Gillum is embroiled in scandals involving the FBI and illegal activities in development dealings in Tallahassee and has seen an increase in crime in the city during his term as mayor. And he promises to raise our taxes by one billion dollars! That’s a winning platform, right? DeSantis and Gillum are on complete opposite sides of the political spectrum. What worries me is after Hurricane Michael pretty much decimated the Florida panhandle area, and many are still without power and their homes destroyed, will they be able or want to get to the polls and vote?

 Fortunately Governor Scott signed an executive order Thursday easing voting restrictions in eight counties in the Panhandle since several election offices and polling places were damaged or destroyed. The order gives these counties the ability to extend early voting and designate more early voting locations even though the deadline to do so has passed. There are about 200,000 voters in the area which usually has above average turnouts in mid-term elections and reliably vote Republican. The Panhandle voters won the state for Trump in 2016.

The evening of November 6th I believe we will see a Red Wave and Republicans retaining control of the House and Senate, along with a major meltdown by the arrogant main stream media, who still don’t understand why we fight. It’s must see TV!

David Schuler
: I’ve been writing about this for some time. I think the Republicans will hold the Senate, maybe even picking up a seat or two. I think the likelihood is that they will lose the House but the Democrats will only hold the majority by the narrowest of margins.

Another IMO less likely alternative is that the Republicans continue to hold the House but by a narrower margin than presently.

Much less likely outcomes: the Democrats win the House and end up with as many seats as the Republicans hold now or more or the Republicans gain seats in the House.

 Well, there it is!

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October 19, 2018

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Weekly Forum: Are We Headed For A Civil War?

Every week, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question, courtesy of Jeffrey Avalon Friedberg: Are We Headed For A Civil War?

Patrick O’Hannigan: Headed for a civil war? I think we’re already IN a civil war; it’s just not as “hot” as it could potentially become yet.

This particular war was started by Hillary Clinton and her enablers in the Democratic National Committee back in mid-2016, when she and they both thought that she “deserved” to be the first female president of the the United States, despite her long record of “failing upward” on the strength of her charismatic husband’s coattails.Hillary fired on Fort Sumter (you might say) by asking — with the blessing of fellow travelers in the Obama administration — whether her Republican opponent would accept the results of the then-forthcoming election.

We now know that it wasn’t Donald Trump and the Republicans who had trouble accepting election results; it was (and is) the Democrats.

How this civil war ends will depend on whether Republicans are smart enough to play the long game that Alinskyite Democrats have been playing for generations now.

Don Surber
: No, we are not in a civil war or headed for one. This is not even 1968 when we had two assassinations. Take a deep cleansing breath and release the air slowly. Make a noise with it. Like a fart — or a boof. Laugh while it is still legal.

Rob Miller: Of course we are headed for a Civil War. Been reading about Portland, Oregon lately? As usual, it is mostly in areas the Left controls, although lately they’ve been branching out a bit. And the party’s leaders and even a fair number of candidates are signalling to the troops that the war is on. Read up on how many GOP legislators and a certain Supreme Court justice are getting routine death threats for themselves, their families and their staffers.

What’s happening right now is is just  the beginning. The actual war will really explode when the mid terms end and the Republicans keep the House and increase their lead in the Senate. We are dealing with a hardcore of people whose only goal and purpose is complete power no matter what that entails.

This won’t be anything like the 1861-1865 conflict. The weapons and tactics will be very different. I will examine some of those tactics and how to defeat them in a coming article.

Jeffrey Avalon Friedberg :No, we are not headed toward a civil war. The left is, first, gutless and would maybe do a few acts of violence and flutter and scream and spit and hit, but, second, there would be no “general uprising.”

There is no more American ideal or single standard. Any “rebels” or “patriots” would be dimed to the Law by their neighbors, who “just want to get on with” their twisted little lives. Or I guess the rebels would be “cell-phoned,” or reported to fricking Twitter or Facebook or Google or some damn thing.

If there were to actually be some sort of physical uprising, it would not be like Washington’s American Revolution or Lincoln’s Civil War.

Because: now, the Power can see in the dark, see through walls, read and hear every word you write or speak, identify and track you from space or a lamppost, read your thoughts, know your every move, and fly a bomb through your bedroom window

Whoever is in charge at that time—or not—would be obligated to put down any uprising. This means killing people. There are always hard cases in any era who will kill ANYbody—for god, country, and patriotism. Rebels would die.

Well..all except for the mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, and relatives of the licensed killers. And that’s where it would fall apart.

Then the hunters in high political office would become hunted by their own triggermen…uh…triggerpersons.

But that would be personal; not official business.

And then it would be over.

Anybody who still spit or hit or blocked traffic would be dealt with the same way it was handled before people turned over their freedom and souls to kings, queens, cities, the Church, various ass-kicking systems, rulers and their concomitant Enforcers.

There is no stomach at all in the former USA (FUSA) for civil war. Skirmishes and resistance, yes, but there can be no organizing, hiding, operating clandestinely, or otherwise living out the dream of a good battle hard fought and hard won for Freedom and The American Way.

Washington, Lincoln, and Truman are dead. So is Clayton Moore, Humphrey Bogart, Gene Autry, and Trigger.

Laura Rambeau Lee : It’s hard to have a civil war without clarity of purpose or defined sides. Conservatives know where we stand; on the side of our Constitution and our culture of independence and liberty. We also support the Second Amendment and are prepared to defend our lives, our families and our property if we must. The minions on the left, on the other hand, don’t have a clue. The Antifa protestors say they are fighting fascism while acting like fascists. Mobs wait for alerts on their Smart phones telling them where to go and when. They think they are fighting for freedom in the freest country in the world.

Sure, mobs will continue to protest President Trump and any Republican seeking election or re-election and I expect there will be more violence. But the left has been unable to rally around a single issue. There are too many divisions within their own ranks. It doesn’t help their cause that the economy is booming and people are working. After all, we all look after our own self interests first don’t we?

I remember the Vietnam War protests. I was a teenager at the time and supported the efforts to end the war. It was only years later I realized the communists in our country, particularly in our universities, were stoking the fires and riling up our youth in their effort to end the war, not because it was a bad war but because they wanted communism to continue to spread across Southeast Asia and beyond. But they were able to affect a generation of Americans by promoting drug use, sexual promiscuity and nihilism. Sadly these young adults are today’s university professors indoctrinating our children to have no hope and no future in a world that would be better off without them.

No, we will not have a civil war. You can’t rally people with no purpose and no hope for a future. The left has already lost.

And it’s one, two, three, what are we fighting for? Don’t ask us, we don’t know…

Doug Hagin: The answer is no, at least we are far from such a place in this nation. We are divided, which is what the left desires, and the left is pushing to divide us as fast as possible. Leftism furthers itself under such divisions. But, frankly, I believe the left is pushing too hard and is exposing their true nature and goals.

The last thing the left wants is an actual civil war, they would lose such a conflict badly. The majority of police, current and former military, and of course armed citizens would not support the left in a “shooting match”. The left is aware of that If the left ever achieves massive disarmament of the citizens, and could nationalize the police forces, that situation might change but they are far from such a time.

Well, there it is!

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October 8, 2018

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Weekly Forum: What Are Your Feelings On The Kavanaugh Nomination And Hearings?

Every week, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question: What Are Your Feelings On The Kavanaugh Nomination And Hearings? Don Surber:The Kavanaugh Debacle was the best thing to happen to Republicans since passage […]

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September 29, 2018

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Weekly Forum: If You Could Have A Different Career What Would It Be?

Every week, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question: If You Could Have A Different Career What Would It Be? Bookworm: I’ve never liked being a lawyer, although I’m reasonably good at it. […]

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September 17, 2018

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Weekly Forum: Will Judge Kavanaugh Be Confirmed And What Will The Vote Be?

Every week, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question: Will Judge Kavanaugh Be Confirmed And What Will The Vote Be? Don Surber: Yes. 50-50 with Pence breaking the tie. Democrats are too dumb […]

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September 12, 2018

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Weekly Forum: What’s Your Reaction To Barack Hussein Obama’s New Speech?

Every week, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question: What’s Your Reaction to Barack Hussein Obama’s New Speech? Jeffrey Avalon Friedberg: I didn’t read it, or hear it. Obama, is—and has always been—a […]

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September 11, 2018

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Google Suppresses Conservative Voices

I know I am one small voice in the conservative blogosphere.  I’ve been writing and blogging for almost a decade now.  When I started sharing and posting articles on several sites I set up a Google alert which would send an email alerting me when an article I had written was published and when it […]

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