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Anonny Mouse BS: Europe: observations/comments part 1 (93* d) RE: BS: Europe: observations/comments part 1 23 Apr 06

Hey Martin! Welcome back to the good ole US of A! Felt the same was flying into NYC a millenium ago, and seeing Ms. Liberty! I truly HOPE you were able to get in touch with your "roots" and maybe SEE and FEEL and EXPERIENCE the emotional fallout and spectres of the past at some of the so-called "death camps." I know it moved ME Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay beyond what I had so conveniently intellectualized. Even, if not THERE, many, many other places.

Why do I harp on this?? Because, by human suffering, bravery, and dedication we ARE ONE!! Meanwhile, on the "fun-side" I hope you ate 'til yer heart's content, and drank until you were ready to pass out. There is NOTHING remotely close to a GOOD English or German Ale or brew!!!!

As before, I wish you NO ill-will. You were gracious to me upon my entry here, and while I have bothered to read previous threads, folks can change, mature beyond their years, and FEEL history permeating their very cell structure. I wish this for you...and to all your naysayers here, a brief respite from the attack mode to the "wait and see" mode. Martin: you CAN be the "mensch" here. You can be a person people regard with esteem and integrity. You have seen a part of this little blue ball most any (or MANY) have not! I know you are better than the prolific and often profane "MG." Become what you know you are. End of my philosophic treatise for today. I have NOT seen the "wishing of a child dead," or mocking of a disabled person. Perhaps for the best. You have a "best" to offer. Do it, be it...the inevitable -A. Mouse! (no trap here---just well wishes that your serendipty was valuable-I don't see how it could NOT have been). Shalom with its multi-layered, multi-interpreted meaning! And yes, I am somewhat of a Hebrew enthusiast, so your response will NOT be in a vacuum.

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