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My Medieval Cute Little Pug Dog Teaches Lessons In Life Today

This is one of the famous French Unicorn tapestries.  The little pug dog sitting on the bench is exactly like my own little pug dog who is half Shih Tzu and half unknown European dog.  The same big, round eyes, short nose, floppy ears and curled tail, this sort of dog was a beloved lap dog half a thousand years ago in France.

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High Today Only 48 Degrees In June! More ‘Global Warming’

The high today for me is 50 degrees but here my thermometer at noon shows below 50 degrees.  This is JUNE. I am stunned at how cold it is, my heater is on.  Google news top stories today are all about global warming.  They also use the words ‘climate change’ in the mainstream media lunatics in DC and the dying EU.  I live in New York and even as it is the coldest April/May/June in the last 25 years.  No mention of this in the news even though NYC is cold and many media mouthpieces live here in this same state.  Brrrr…

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Common Core Catastrophe: Analyzing ‘Stone Fox’ A Idiotic Story Children Must Understand To Pass The CC Tests

I have marveled for quite a while about the insane Common Core school reforms that makes things infinitely worse for US students who struggle to catch up with Asian and European students who learn mainly via older, traditional school methods that worked for hundreds of years.  Each time someone ‘fixes’ our schools they do worse and the attempt at getting poorer, socially dysfunctional students to ‘learn’ has made it harder for regular children to learn and this whole mess is causing huge problems which is leading to the entire collapse of the US public school system which I was part of as a child and which everyone assumed, worked OK back then.

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COOKING THANKSGIVING TURKEY AT DAWN

Today is Thanksgiving Day in America.  We get to thank whatever gods or goddesses or flying horses, for our good fortune.  Too bad, we let a bunch of crazed gnomes destroy our good fortune.  We shall deal with them later!

 

But today, I have some of my family over for Thanksgiving Dinner.  Alas, my own children this year are doing their own obligations with other relations in our extended family that lives all over Kingdom Come.  So I make lots and lots of leftovers which I freeze for them.  We happen to really like Thanksgiving leftovers.  Personally, I think these are the best, the seasonings have time to percolate in the dark cave of the freezer.

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