Tête-À-Tête With A Neo-National Socialist

The Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei is in every school’s history textbook. Every kid grows up knowing, as a first principle as indisputable as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west, that the Nazis were terrible, despicable people. They were the scum of the earth, pure evil, the devil incarnate. Of course, like the rest of the “history” we were brought up with, this is patent nonsense. The Nazis were people, people who found themselves on the losing side of a war and therefore the losing side of the textbook writer’s pen after democratically electing the strongest leader they could find.i The Nazis were also, lest we lose too much meaning by contracting their full name, were socialists, national socialists. Keep this full moniker in mind as I tell you a little story.

Last night, I attended a cocktail party at a friend’s place. We were told to show up after 7:30pm for an evening of Old Fashioneds, Mojitos, and Big Breezies.ii Arriving around 9:30pm with flowers for the host and a bottle of Bourbon for myself, I took a stab at fashioning myself the Old one.

Overall, the party was delightful. There was a very healthy turnout, there were just enough new faces to spice things up a bit, and the cocktail bar was a hit. After a number of very pleasant conversations,iii to no one’s surprise, I found myself stretched out in the library adjoining the living room, still within view of the main party but also quite detached.iv Still within sight of the action, I found Taleb’s Antifragile on the shelfv and began to flip through it for the umpteenth time. As this is fairly atypical party behaviour, I soon attracted a few followers, whose curiousity I satisfied by reading to them aloud, something I quite enjoy. That I read to them about the Lindy Effect rather than a children’s adventure story didn’t change the fact that my train of goslings lapped up being read to. It’d probably been a while, y’know?

Soon, because I was clearly having fun with it, we started taking turns reading. And soon after that, we graduated to reading in a variety of accented Englishes (including Irish, French, German, and Southern drawl) for an added challenge and bit of humour.

All the while, various other party attendees would pop their head into the library, note the unusual behaviour, remark “Are you guys reading at a party?” or “What are you reading?” before making their way back to the “action.” A few people stayed to listen for a minute or two, but pretty much only if they knew me personally. For someone outside my WoT to find my behaviour anything other than odd was highly unlikely. More likely than not, the seemingly “anti-social” behaviour of reading aloud in a mélange of accents would turn people around tout suite. And those who were “offended” were all too happy to shake their head in disbelief on their way out, as if anyone cared what they thought.

Incredibly, truly incredibly, one particular bald and bearded fellow seemed to find us distasteful and yet… he stayed. He was there for at least 30 minutes, basking incredulously in our ridiculousness. And though he was an uncomfortable sort of fellow, I didn’t shoo him off because I really didn’t see the harm. We were having too much fun to let this wet blanket spoil our mood. So we basically ignored the odourous weirdo.vi

In fact, I’d done such an excellent job of ignoring the dude that, that, after disbanding our reading circle and rejoining the rest of the party, when he came up to me again, I barely noticed him standing right there in front of me, his black eyes locked on their target.

“Why were you reading with these accents?” he asked/told me, quite out of the blue.
“Because I can,” I replied confidently, not quite seeing where he was going with this and thinking that he’d enjoyed the reading and possibly lacked the tact or ability necessary to articulate as much.

“No, but why were you reading like that?” he repeated, now sounding accusatory.
“Because I can,” I repeated, more firmly, in case he was slow on the uptake, which was starting to appear to be the case.
“But why did you read the book like that? With the accents?”

By now it was now clear that he was going somewhere with this unrefined line of questioning, but I had little interest in finding out where, given that this retard was outside my WoT, hadn’t introduced himself, and was now acting a fool.vii

“Because it’s fun,” I replied just as firmly.
“But why?” he continued, clearly unsure how else he could possibly phrase things so that he might get the answer he wanted. His retardation was now in full view and he was clearly starting to get all hot and bothered.

“Because it’s entertaining,” I replied, starting to get annoyed.
“No, but why were you reading with the accents? It’s not entertaining for me!” he responded, now clearly ticked off by both my previous accents and my present arrogance.

“I don’t give a shit, it was entertaining for my friends and I,” I said, hoping that this would be the end of it, given that I couldn’t care less about this fucktard and he was starting to try my patience.

“But WHY?” he now demanded, clearly offended by my, well, everything, and taking the volume of the conversation up a notch or two.

Now it was clear that the retard wasn’t going anywhere and that I’d have to deal with him, preferably cordially. Turning the tables and trying to figure where he was coming from, as you do when sizing someone up, I now noticed a subtle accent in his English, so I asked him the usual question I ask when I need a sense of a stranger’s context: “Where are you from?”

“Germany.”

And just like that, it clicked. For both of us. At that moment, he saw that I finally understood what the fuck he was on about. I understood why he was so offended. He wasn’t hanging out in the library because he was interested in Taleb or in being read to, he wanted to steep himself in the bizarre rituals of his most hated and feared enemy: Das Juden.viii

The bald head, the beard, the tattoos, the stink, the distaste for culture. The dude was a fucking neo-Nazi.ix A real life, honest to goodness, skinhead. The only reason I hadn’t picked it up sooner was because his English was so virtually flawless that only a very few words had any hint of an accent. That, and /ignore. But now it was as clear as day that he knew that I knew that I knew that he knew.

“You’re one of those numbered guys,” he said.x

Completely unfazed, I just smiled back at him. Daring him to be even more bold.xi

At this point, the volume of our tête-à-tête reached the point where other people were starting to notice, and naturally being interested in keeping the party amicable, eager to involve themselves as well. We were in the middle of a crowd of 20+ so there were plenty of bodies to separate us. Sure enough, the host took the skinhead while the some random chick I’d never met stood between us facing me. Uninterested in ruining a perfectly fine cotton dress shirt on his worthless, socialistoid blood, I made no effort to narrow the increasing gap between us.

Ze German, named Marcus,xii was ushered to the front door by the host, but not before giving me the fingerxiii and muttering a few more slurs under his breath. A few of my more protective and chippier friends came up to me for a breakdown of the altercation. After recounting the “numbered guy” line, it was all I could do to calm my crew down and prevent them from making an example of this fuck. Canadians aren’t at all used to that kind of flagrant “discrimination” and my friends were all too ready take him outside. As far as I was concerned, this derp, tough though he thought he was, observant though he thought he was, was as harmless as he was worthless and ignorant, and if nothing else served as an indicator of the world’s thirst for another war.xiv

Needless to say, last night was a lesson is socialism and the kind of strong retards needed to feed it and keep it running.

Perhaps most importantly, last night demonstrated socialism’s need for its retards to be fairly astute at picking out the strong individuals in the crowd and attacking them, quarantining their nonconformist behaviour lest it go viral and infect perfectly good drones. Marcus’ ability to pick me out, given that he didn’t know my name,xv didn’t look at my cock,xvi and that I wasn’t wearing a Mogen David around my neck, might seem more impressive than it is. But since you weren’t actually at the party, you wouldn’t know (unless I told you) that there wasn’t a single person there who came close to standing out as much as I did, what with my fitted white dress shirt, double-man-bun, easy conversation with everyone there, and unrivalled self-assurance.xvii Regardless of what he thought, Marcus’ “Joo-dar” wasn’t picking up on the religious institution of my upbringing,xviii he was picking up on my ear for languages, culture, and individualism. These characteristics, at least as far as the stereotype goes, are highly correlated with those of The Tribe, but so are athletic skills with teh blacks. Of course, there are still white men who can jump, and saying that literacy, linguistic ability, and swagger make one “Jewish” is like saying that owning a book makes one an author.

What Marcus accomplished last night, for all the world to see, was to demonstrate why socialism is such a fucking toxic plague upon mankind and why it’s so antithetical to all that’s good in the world. This is precisely why the only world worth living in is one where socialism has been wiped off the fucking map. This is precisely why we won’t let off the gasxix until this is a reality. This should be nothing new, Hayek warned us of the pitfalls of socialism 70 years ago and Nietzsche did the same a half-century before that, to say nothing of the countless voices before both of them. Yet we allow socialism to live, especially here in Canada. As if history never fucking happened.

Pieces of shit like Marcus surely had some value in the past, as recently as the 20th century even, but in computer times – with Bitcoin, WoT, and PGP – Marcus is every bit as fucking useless as a dildo on a Kalashnikov.xx

Thank Hashem for that.

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  1. Not that any amount of gelt or any number of Geländewagens can allow us to forgive the Germans, for forgiveness is both logically impossible and morally untenable. []
  2. I’m still not sure what a Big Breezy is. []
  3. There’s nothing better than reconnecting with friends in the fall. The summer always blurs by in an endless stream of vacations and other sporadic commitments. It isn’t until September, when school is back in session, the leaves are turning yellow, and people are grasping at the last few days of summer before Edmonton’s winter regains its chokehold, that you can actually get everyone together for an evening of conversation. []
  4. Seen here, at centre, with the rest of the Library Club.

     The Antifragile Reading Club
    []

  5. Always a good sign, wouldn’t you say? []
  6. The equivalent of /ignore [wet blanket]. []
  7. How did the French, who gave us the shitball of “progressive equality” and its descendent, consumerism, also have such powerfully distilled wisdom embedded in their language as to the idiocy of the masses? Foule, from which we derive “fool” in English, means “the crowd” or “the mob.” []
  8. It’s quite clear that he’d never spent so much time in the company of people of such upbringing and refinement, and that it was probably a big night for him. []
  9. I now wonder why this branch of socialists prefers the Greek “neo” to the Latin “novum.” Hmm. []
  10. I don’t think he meant that I was an accountant or mathematician, more like a Kabbalist or concentration camper. []
  11. Being raised Jewish, you’d be an idiot not to expect to encounter a few strong retards in your life. While I’d never met a skinhead before, it’s not like I expected him to be all Canadianized and polite and shit. It’s been 70 years since WWII. A single generation is enough to see ancient retard fears resurface, 2-3 pretty much guarantees it. []
  12. Marcus’ last name is something like “Louwe” though I can’t nail it down more precisely yet. His wife is Barbara Murray. []
  13. O noes! Not Das Finger! (Yup, same word) []
  14. The economy is haywire pretty much everywhere but Alberta, retards are getting restless, and it’s just about time to find some scapegoats again. Because, hey, why not? Gotta do something! []
  15. Which is Ukrainian anyways. []
  16. Which is uncircumcised anyways. []
  17. It’s not every night that I’m on fire like I was last night. Last night I was smokin’. []
  18. I’m just as content to be in a Mosque or Church as a Synagogue. I really don’t give a shit. I’m a cvasi-Spinozist anyways. []
  19. That is, the pedal, not that other gas. Though I won’t rule the other gas out just yet. Gotta stay open-minded, y’know. []
  20. dumb-shit-american-capitalist-2via Trilema. []

33 thoughts on “Tête-À-Tête With A Neo-National Socialist

  1. Wait, what? says:

    Two self-absorbed pricks run into each other, and this is somehow all the fault of SOCIALISM? Welcome to North America.

    • Pete Dushenski says:

      Lol. I don’t think Marcus was all that self-absorbed, just a little too tipsy and a little too bold.

      Me, on the other hand, well… ya got me. I’m an anti-socialist self-absorbed prick. So I thank you for the warm welcome. There’s nowhere else I’d rather be.

    • Brandon Morin says:

      If you’re anti-socialist to the point where you’re going to let someone who isn’t actually a socialist provide another platform for you to soap box against the idea, then I think you need to reevaluate your capacity to think critically about socialism.

      Can I safely assume you feel that the Caliphate of the Islamic state is representative of every sunni muslim in the world as well?

    • If you’re anti-socialist to the point where you’re going to let someone who isn’t actually a socialist provide another platform for you to soap box against the idea, then I think you need to reevaluate your capacity to think critically about socialism.

      And if you need to have it explained to you that the Nazis were both socialist and democratically elected, for the kabillionth time, it ain’t my fucking problem. Twas what it twas and tis what it tis. At the very least, tis my blog and my perspective. So if I see a relationship and you don’t, also, ain’t my fucking problem.

      Can I safely assume you feel that the Caliphate of the Islamic state is representative of every sunni muslim in the world as well?

      Not only are you not in a position to safely assume anything of consequence, least of all my opinions and intentions, from a functional perspective, Caliphates had a long history of success until the Mongols came along. Is that success representative of all Sunni Muslims? I dunno, but there are worse foundations for belief than shit that actually works.

    • Brandon Morin says:

      Nazi Germany was largely state-capitalist in practice, but it introduced the concept of the welfare state to western democracies in an attempt to stave off *actual* socialism as characterized by the Soviet Union under Stalin’s economic planning. Private enterprise was still a thing, the state only nationalized “areas of national importance”.

      Remember, the goal of Mussolini when he conceptualized the idea of Fascism, or Corporatism, was to find a middle-ground between total state-socialism and free-market capitalism. Hitler was very much following the same methodology, and indeed his approach can look a lot like socialism, but minds wiser and more studied in the subject than I have shown this to be an example of military-centric Keynesian economics. Evidence is apparent when you look at the resources stripped from the private sector (in the form of higher taxes, nationalized output, etc) resulting in food rationing and a diminished quality of life for the actual German citizen. Yes, that means all that bullshit you hear about how life was great for the average German is surviving propaganda. Much like his counter-part Mussolini, Hitler blundered his way through economic policy. The difference between the 2? Hitler had more developed industrial capacity and natural resources to fuel that industry.

      In short, Fascism (and National Socialism) has no coherent economic doctrine that could even come close to be qualified as socialism, you must recognize that the term “National Socialist” replaced “German” in the original party name “German Worker’s Party” to help bridge the gap with the working class (remember they’re competing with actual socialist parties here for votes and membership) and their ultra-nationalistic views.

      Hmmm, no. What worked in the 1200s =/= what will work in 2014, or even under a group like ISIL. Had this been a group that viewed Islamic theology and practice through a school of thought like the Mu’tazili, I’d agree with you.

    • Saifedean says:

      “but minds wiser and more studied in the subject than I have shown this to be an example of military-centric Keynesian economics.”

      Hence, socialism. You are correct in deferring to minds wiser and more studied than you. You are incorrect in your choice of such minds.

    • Hm yup. I’m with Saifedean here. There’s much to be said for knowing which kool-aid to drink.

    • Brandon Morin says:

      Saifedean: Except I’m educated enough to recognize that Keynesian economics =/= socialism. Interventionist economic policy can be considered Keynesian, State-capitalist as well. Keynesian economic theory doesn’t explicitly state that the state should completely direct markets, rather that the government should be active in creating a soft-landing in the event of an economic trough. If anything a mixed economy is characteristic of Keynesian economics, and pretty much every country in the world, socialist or not, practices Keynesian economics to a degree.

    • Brandon Morin says:

      I’m sensing a very black and white view when it comes to government participation in the economy, this view is factually inconsistent with the most basic economic theory imparted on a first year finance student.

    • I’m sensing a very black and white view when it comes to government participation in the economy

      On this count, you sense accurately. A government has no place in economics no matter what they claim. They’re too centralized, too top-down, too reliant on forecasting, and therefore too incompetent to address the complexities of economics. They get butthurt every goddam day and the only reason it isn’t entirely apparent to everyone and their dog is that the government can externalise the costs to taxpayers. So, a little more inflation, a little lower tax brackets, a few more photo radar booths, etc. and voilà the books are balanced! The government is smart and shit!

      this view is factually inconsistent with the most basic economic theory imparted on a first year finance student.

      Well, given that the first year finance student is attending an institution funded by a government with a very direct role in the economy and an even more direct role in funding his professor and the building that houses the class, this can hardly come as a surprise. Sorta a conflict of interest, wouldn’t you say?

    • Saifedean says:

      Brandon,

      It’s not really black and white, in as much as it is different shades of turd, with varying severity of diseases that can be contracted upon ingestion.

      There is a natural order to human affairs, in which human beings decide their economic choices for themselves. This is derogatorily called a “free market” or “capitalism” in the Soviet university you attend. For as long as humans can remember, however, there have always been parasites who want to rob, exploit, and expropriate others. The smartest way to do so is to convince the victims that this is for their own good. Hence is born ‘government intervention in the economy’. The more the government intervenes, the worse the lot of the people, and the better the lot of the parasitical scum on top. Keynesianism, then, is not different from socialism; it is rather a milder form of it, a gateway drug to it.

      The true crux of the problem of government intervention is that all government intervention, by definition, is coercive. If the government is to interfere in any way whatsoever, then it must coerce humans away from the choices they would take freely. If it doesn’t alter their free choices, then it is not intervening. Any coercion of a human being’s will cannot be for their own good, because there is no chance in hell that a parasitical government agent can know what’s better for you than you can for yourself. And that’s why you see that all forms of government intervention in the economy will have to end with disaster, and the more interventionist the government, the more disastrous the outcome. Unfortunately, these doubleplusungood truths have not made it into first year finance textbooks in your Soviet university.

    • Brandon Morin says:

      @Pete: Which is virtually every single post-secondary education institute in this country, so… all those students enrolled in economics at our institute nation-wide are trained to be communist? Seems like flawed conspiratorial logic to me. I can tell you that the empirical evidence suggests that the impact of Keynesian economics in the US economy has been more beneficial than the government’s do-nothing response to the Long Depression (1873 -1896), the panics of 1901 and 1907, and the beginning of the Great Depression. How many depressions have we gone through since we’ve began incorporating Keynesian economics in the middle of the Great Depression. I challenge you to find a jurisdiction that fits your ideal model and holds your economic assertions to be true. Your free market principles are good for growth, sure, but economics is not a growth-centric science and only politicized neo-conservative chumps think it is.

      @Saifedean: LOL my school actively funnels students in my program into the Canadian banking industry, and their are plenty in my program that echo your sentiment about Keynesian economics. They do just fine in school, despite their denial of empirical evidence because we aren’t tested on our acceptance of a particular economic school of thought, we’re given the tools of economics and taught how to use them. Some of us that use that tool box to actually, you know, analyze the economy see Keynesian economics as the most empirically supported school of thought in recent economic history. Sorry that reality is misaligned to your ideal view, but that is indeed the case; regardless of how much shit your say is in my head. How do I know this? Because I can provide examples through which the economic policies had their intended micro and macro effects. I issue Pete’s challenge to you as well, find me a jurisdiction that fits your ideal model and show me how awesome it is.

      PS: Hong Kong, Macau, and Singapore all have relatively large amounts of state interference in the economy, and they’re rated the freest markets in the world.

    • Which is virtually every single post-secondary education institute in this country, so… all those students enrolled in economics at our institute nation-wide are trained to be communist?

      Not that communist and socialist are quite the same thing, but assuming you already know that, my answer is: Uhuh… And what of it? What, just because something happened in Russia it can’t happen in Canada too? They grow wheat and produce oil in Russia too, does that mean Canada can’t do these things either? Besides, we were discussing the undergraduate level, at which, yes, it’s all complete and utter interventionism psychobabble. This having been said, I’m sure that there are a few graduate level researchers who aren’t sold on this any more than I am. There must be, right?

      Seems like flawed conspiratorial logic to me.

      Lol how do you figure that logic works? I call out the establishment for being a bunch of groupthink tards and you say “conspiracy” and it all goes away? Might as well call me a troll and hope I crawl back under my bridge, for all the difference it makes. You’ve in no way addressed the idea that there’s almost no one with half a brain in mainstream economics, much less your precious fucking banking sector. Good God do you know how much of an ass raping you’re taking from these derps? How are those fees treating you? How about those “greater than market returns”? And you’re defending them because “greater good”! As fucking if. They don’t give a shit about you any more than I do. The difference being that I want to empower you to be your own bank. In case you missed it, that’s sorta the point of Bitcoin, y’know?

      I challenge you to find a jurisdiction that fits your ideal model and holds your economic assertions to be true.

      Okie dokie: Bitcoin. Oh, you don’t like that answer? Too bad. Figure it out. It’s not even 6 years old and the G20 is already wetting its fucking pants.

      PS: Hong Kong, Macau, and Singapore all have relatively large amounts of state interference in the economy, and they’re rated the freest markets in the world.

      They’re also some of the smallest, demonstrating that, as much as anything, it’s size that corrupts. The nonsense of states causes far less harm at a smaller scale, and disproportionally more harm at a larger scale.

      economics is not a growth-centric science and only politicized neo-conservative chumps think it is.

      It’s in fact only chumps who think that economics is any kind of science at all. Economics, like philosophy, is an art dealing with complex systems of which we can make absolutely no predictions whatsoever. I’m not of the opinion that statistics, math, or even of the other scientistic “tools” used by econophasters have any forward-looking use – they’re entirely for creating narratives ex-post. BTW I’m guessing you still haven’t read Nassim Taleb yet. Kinda hard to talk about economics without having read him. So please, for the love of all that is holy and right, do us all a favour and read one of his books. Any of them will do.

      Since that’ll take you some time, I’ll also recommend that you make your way over to Econtalk.org and listen to a few podcasts. They’re only an hour each. I’d recommend starting with these:

      Fazzari on Stimulus and Keynes
      Larry White on Hayek and Money

      Garett Jones on Stimulus

      Reis on Keynes, Macroeconomics, and Monetary Policy

    • saifedean says:

      “LOL my school actively funnels students in my program into the Canadian banking industry, and their are plenty in my program that echo your sentiment about Keynesian economics.”

      For every 100 Keynesian retards graduated from a US-based institute, there is 1 who is sane. It’s not quite at the level of Soviet institutions and Marxist economics, but it’s getting there.

      “They do just fine in school, despite their denial of empirical evidence because we aren’t tested on our acceptance of a particular economic school of thought, we’re given the tools of economics and taught how to use them.”

      The hallmark of successful indoctrination is that the victim does not even recognize it. It is also the hallmark of an idiot, and you are one.

      “Some of us that use that tool box to actually, you know, analyze the economy see Keynesian economics as the most empirically supported school of thought in recent economic history.”

      LOL. You’re a retard. A fucking decade and a half of increased government spending from 1929 to 1944 and America was still languishing in centrally-planned misery. Only after FDR died, a Republican congress was elected to counter the weak Truman causing deadlock that prevented New Deal programs from being extended, and after the war spending ended, did the US economy begin to recover. And yet morons like you are brainwashed to believe it was the increased spending that caused the recovery.

      How do your brainwashing handlers explain the fact that US government spending collapsed in 1945, and that all the Keynesian retards of the time predicted this would cause a large depression, and isntead what ensued was a decades-long boom? Imma go ahead and bet they skipped that part in your indoctrination sessions.

      If you’d like to see how ass-raped your Keynesian narrative is when confronted with reality, read Murray Rothbard on the Great Depression. And Robert Higgs. But I’ve dealt with intellectual trash like you before and I know you will come back with some moronic excuse for why reading Rothbard is not ok and hence continue your idiocy. Serves you right, for being you.

      “find me a jurisdiction that fits your ideal model and show me how awesome it is.”

      How about the US in 1920? Ever heard of the depression of 1920? Of course you didn’t, coz it only lasted for 6 months after which the recovery was almost instant. Why? Because the president at the time was too busy philandering and partying to stage a Keynesian recovery, so there was no increase in government ‘management’ of the economy, hence making the recovery immediate. If you want to alleviate your mental retardation, read Tom Woods on the depression of 1920. I don’t think you will, though, you didn’t get this retarded through curiosity and open-mindedness.

      “the government’s do-nothing response to the Long Depression (1873 -1896), the panics of 1901 and 1907, and the beginning of the Great Depression.”

      This takes the cake for idiocy. There was no Long Depression in 1873 and 1896. There was no increase in the money supply, but there was economic growth, which was coupled with dropping prices because of the restriction of the money supply. Your dumbass professors would like you to believe this is bad, and so have called it a depression. In fact, the 19th century is the best response to your moronic “find me a jurisdiction” challenge. From the closure of the second Bank of the United States in 1936ish until the opening of the third bank in 1914, the US had virtually witnessed economic growth, low government intervention, a mass influx of immigrants and capital from all over the world, and dropping prices. The only interruptions to this panacea happened in (1) 1866, when Lincoln went Keynesian retard and printed greenbacks to finance the way, causing the depression of 1873 when printing stopped and the greenbacks collapsed; (2) in 1893 with Congress’ moronic and Keynesian (but I repeat myself) Sherman Silver Purchase Act which attempted to increase the money supply by monetizing silver. Then the Fed was established in 1914 and printed to the hilt to finance WW1, resulting in the depression of 1920.

      You should read Murray Rothbard’s History of Money and Banking in the United States if you would like to udnerstand this. Alternatively, there are specialised websites for intellectual juveniles like yourself to share your brainwashing with like-minded shit-for-brains, such as the NYT and its likes. Leave this website and keep your brainwashing intact; morons like you weren’t made to think, they were made to follow the herd.

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  19. […] the Doner Kepap is German : just because you find me here today, doesn’t mean this is where I’m from, nor does this mean that Canada is the only place you’ll ever find me. Jack, on the other […]

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