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No More Himmler!

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November 16th, 2011 Posted 7:51 am

“And a good thing,” says Spence. “Outside of the evil they did, none of those top Nazis seem at all interesting, in contrast to some of those who opposed them – Churchill and FDR, to name two.”

“But I am looking forward to reading Ian Kershaw’s The End: The Defiance and Destruction of Hitler’s Germany, 1944-1945,” Admin says.

“Maybe you’ll get it for Christmas.”

“I’m giving you a bottle of Appleton Rum from Jamaica – the one with the black cap,” says Admin.

“Any reason you’re telling me now?” Spence says.

“Oops.”

Today’s post is dedicated to the Macy family.

Welcome two dudes on the job, Slick and Jenny, Cricket.

“I saw it on sale,” Admin says, sort of to himself.

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