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The fallacy of World War II being a triumph over evil.

At at 9:12am today, Gary Steven Gevisser wrote on the Facebook “wall” of David Pogue of the New York Times the following:

David, your input in my dispute with would be appreciated.

Last evening I fired off a 702 word communiqué to members of Hostmonster’s sales and abuse departments just prior to enjoying with my French-Canadian wife a glass of wine and the most delicious tasting and nutritious vegetarian meal, that included the best ever lentil soup which Marie Dion Gevisser got no assistance from me, while I focused my energies on a tasty stir fry that included the freshest organic vegetables from Chino Farms and ample protein from tofu which I first marinated and then broiled for about 10 minutes before mixing it in with the rest.

I made mention [click hyperlink below] to hostmonster that I detest those who derive great satisfaction in exceeding the limits of their small authority; i.e. evil does not come in the form of a pointed tail or pitched fork.

Soon I will explain the fallacy of WW II being a triumph over evil.

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