I did not lie about Microsoft Word – UPDATED

Interesting time this morning. First this:

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“Zola” from the UK, I am not a liar. Let me show you a little bit of what I’ve been going through this morning. I made sure to get the computer’s clock time in the bottom right corner as well as tried to catch the different progress bars on “recovering my documents” so it could be seen these were different times/instances. Heck, just to make sure I’ve got enough I’ll have it restart Word again right now and snap the photos.

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I can’t even get my screen free of the “Microsoft Office Word has encountered a problem and needs to close” thing. Microsoft Diagnostics found nothing. Right before I was supposed to go online to find out other ways of trying to fix Word on my computer Firefox crashed.

This is an attempt to discredit me. Now Microsoft has to figure out a way to get Word working like normal on my computer so everyone can say what you just said – that I lied.  I would take video of Word changing the size but I can’t even get Word to respond now. :

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And it can be seen that the recovery did not save the gridlines file on which I had done what Raicha suggested and figured out that Word was screwing up. So I can’t take photos of that to prove that I did what I said. If I tell Word to save my files and restart it keeps telling me it needs to close. If I tell it to restart without saving my files that proof is gone. Lovely options here in the Gulag, eh?

But Zola doesn’t have to worry about this happening on her computer. She’s right about one thing and one thing only: This doesn’t happen to everybody else. This only happens on the computer of somebody who needs to be discredited because the regime has been snooping on my computer and in my emails and knows that I’ve got more information coming. Will they go in and corrupt my files? What would stop them? Like I said, welcome to the Gulag.

They’re messing with the wrong lady. I tell the truth and I will tell it loudly to expose the garbage here in the Gulag. This was a way for the regime and/or its lackeys at Microsoft to discredit me. They deliberately gave me false results when rotating the image, knowing I would tell the truth about what I found and then they could frame me as a liar. And how would I defend myself? I don’t have videotape of me doing what I said I did. I don’t even have a webcam on my computer so I can’t ask the NSA to show the video of what I was doing either.

People, absolute power corrupts absolutely. And right now the powers-that-be can do whatever they want on your computer. That’s what Edward Snowden and the other whistleblowers are saying. And if you think they would only use this on big important people, then why the heck are they doing this on a little old housewife in Nebraska? Sharyl Atkisson having her computer turn off and on and make bumping noises in the night, right when she was investigating Fast and Furious and Benghazi – the scandal in  which this regime gave new identities to witnesses to keep them unavailable to Congressional investigators….. that I can understand. Little old me, just trying to show that something’s screwy with the story about Loretta Fuddy’s “death”? CLEARLY there’s no “there” there, as everybody keeps saying, so why the big fuss here? Don’t these tyrants have bigger fish to fry than somebody who is so obviously barking up the wrong tree?

I am not a liar. Welcome to the Gulag.

Here are some events this morning. I’ll just put these photos in the order they’re in on the camera:

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The computer is slow as molasses and I’m afraid it’s going to swallow what I’ve got so I better post this. I can add more photos later (note to self: this is #1663 and the last of these photos that I haven’t posted yet is #1670) if people are having troubles realizing that Word is screwed up on my computer. (Note to self: this is #1663 and the last of these photos that I haven’t posted yet is #1670)

Ah, one more. As I was preparing to post this Firefox decided to not respond:

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And yet one more. I have no idea if this is normal or not, but to keep from losing all this and having to start all over again, I copied everything in this post. Didn’t have any program to save it on so I opened up a new window of Word and hit Paste. It waited, had about 6 times of saying “Contacting server. Please wait”, and then finally allowed the paste to work:

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I’ve never noticed Word contacting the server first before allowing stuff to be copied. If I have time after this rat-race that wasted my morning maybe I’ll check out whether that is normal.

OK, now that this has posted I should add those other photos because what I’ve got doesn’t show Microsoft Diagnostics finding no explanation for the problems or Firefox crashing. So here we go, starting with #1665:

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OK, some more pics now. As I mentioned, I was able to get into a new window of Word that had no troubles, so I decided to see if that window has the rotation “problem”. It doesn’t. In this image you can see that even though there is the “Microsoft Word has encountered a problem” notification from the other session of Word usage (a session I can never get out of unless I agree to restart Windows without saving the files from that session), this new window (document 2) is doing just fine.

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I then snapped a photo of the other window of Word – document 1, to show that even while another window of Word is working just fine, document 1 is still stuck in an infinite loop  where it will only allow me to restart Word if the documents from that session are NOT recovered. IOW, Word as a whole is fine, my computer is fine. What isn’t fine is that session. Microsoft will not let me recover that session, in which the rotate function was corrupted. Here’s the photo showing that to be the case:

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Microsoft, you’re busted. This was a hit job. For just one session of Word usage, the rotate function was corrupted on my computer, and the Microsoft server won’t let me get out of that session until I agree to restart without recovering the records of that session.

OK, some more photos this morning. This one’s a screenshot:

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I hope I’ve got this small enough to all fit on there.  The message says:

“Some unexpected errors have happened to software you recently used. You were not asked to send these error reports at the time they occurred.

To help improve the software you use, Microsoft is interested in learning more about these errors. We have created reports about the errors for you to send to us. The reports will be treated as confidential and anonymous.”

I have never received a notice like this before, even though I’ve had Word freeze up many times. I photographed the screen and you can see that yesterday morning I was asked to report the error multiple times, so the unexpected error TO THE SOFTWARE must have been some other time. I think I did report the error at some point. Maybe Microsoft looked at the log of what had happened and noticed the corruption of the Word program on Wed night.

I am not a computer expert. I have no idea whether Microsoft did this or somebody else. All I know is that the rotate feature on Word has – as far as I know, not having used a grid and calculated the proportions mathematically to check every enlargement I’ve ever done with the corner arrow – never given me problems but did on Wednesday. I would never have known it if Raicha hadn’t corrected my conclusions on the post on the blog. That’s why I show my work, and I’m so thankful that scrutiny works.

Now I ask myself whether to send the error report to Microsoft. This morning I got a threatening email: (I’m typing on my daughter’s laptop now because my computer won’t let me C&P the email or add any more typing to this post. When I hit Control-V to copy it keeps backspacing instead. I just approved the comment since I can’t put it here for everybody to know exactly what comment I’m talking about.

Ah, so now this computer inserts the approval screen for the comment I just approved on my desktop. I’ll copy this lower so I can get a photo of it. Here’s the photo:

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And here’s a photo to show that Outlook Express (where I get my WordPress notifications) is on my desktop.100_1687

Here’s the photo of the screen where I went to approve the comment; I hit the back arrow to get back to it.

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Somebody is messing with me in real time, showing me they have the ability to manipulate my desktop AND my daughter’s laptop.

The stuff between here and the screenshot of the threatening comment is what I had on here before I was trying to C&P the threatening comment. I’m leaving it here so the photos and screenshots all still add up. Too much dizzing around dealing with this for me to remember what I did when if people try saying I’m making up all this stuff. Why I would make it up is beyond me. I should be cleaning my house right now.

While everybody’s looking at my computer system, maybe somebody could help me understand what happened here, when I went to post the above screenshot (sorry, there’s no border on this – one of the difficulties of a screenshot versus a photo, though the image is clearer:

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So now you have a provable explanantion for your problems. Are you going to lie by omission by not mentioning all this – or are you going to go back to FR and admit to your 6 fans that every single thing in that article was unadulterated crap, invented entirely by your feverish mind. Now this was a high enough profile topic that people bothered to debunk you. They don’t bother with most of your stuff because it is so obscure and silly – but they could do the same with everything you have ever written -what would they say about you when it turns out that everything you’ve ever indirectly confirmed is subject to the same flawed logic and atrocious IT skills as this debacle. In fact I think I might make it my life’s work to expose all your lies – starting with revealing this comment thread on FR If you don’t fess up that you have been caught making stuff up again and there is not a single iota of truth in either your allegations about your computer or the death of Fuddy. And I have my IT debt working on a total debunking of your Microsoft tosh – with visuals. Gonna be very, very humiliating for you if I get there first Nellie. And as for your “I know she’s alive because XYZ but I can’t tell you” schtick – now you know how Zullo feels every time he has to lie to keep the birther bucks flowing.

Seek help Nellie – you’ve gone over the edge and your husband and kids are very concerned about you. His congregation is laughing at you behind your back, and even your neighbours have stopped asking you to events – you know this, right? Occasionally when everyone else disagrees with you, they are right and you are worng. Sleep well nutterbutter with your delusions.

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61 Comments

  1. raicha
    Posted February 6, 2014 at 9:10 pm | Permalink | Reply

    How about running a virus scan? Not everything is attributable to the regime. Of all the things you did today, there is no mention of the most common and obvious source of the problem: a virus.

    • Posted February 6, 2014 at 9:27 pm | Permalink | Reply

      A virus that only impacts one Word session for one day and then tries to exit the picture without allowing me to get back into that session’s settings so I can videotape the phenomenon and clear my good name? Seems very coincidental… Who would know what I was doing on my computer in real time so they could give me a virus like that at the right time?

      • euphgeek
        Posted February 7, 2014 at 12:32 am | Permalink

        Who would know what I was doing on my computer in real time so they could give me a virus like that at the right time?

        The Obama regime, of course!

        Seriously, though, different computer viruses act in different ways. Some act at certain times of the day, others modify your virus scan program so they can’t be detected, and so on. The fact that you say your computer is slow is a good indicator of a virus or perhaps some other form of malware, like spyware, or even something as simple as the hard drive getting full (too many documents and/or programs installed) or needing to be defragmented. As an experienced computer technician, I can tell you it would be practically impossible for Microsoft to target you through their Word program, especially in the way you describe. Since you’re running Windows XP (I can tell from the screen shots), you obviously have an older computer that very likely has one or more of the problems I listed above. My recommendation would be to take it to a computer repair shop that is both reputable and that you trust to take a look at it.

      • Posted February 7, 2014 at 12:42 am | Permalink

        Maybe not Microsoft/ I’m not sure about that. But Snowden talks about computer stuff being accessed remotely in real time. I question the timing and specificity of this “Word problem”.

      • euphgeek
        Posted February 7, 2014 at 1:03 am | Permalink

        Yes, there are ways that your computer can be remotely accessed in real time, but your symptoms don’t seem to indicate that that’s the problem. Or rather, it could be happening in addition to the problems you’re having. But the culprit is highly unlikely to be any government conspiracy operator trying to shut you down. If it were, there are far more damaging things they could do, not only to your computer, but to you personally. My recommendation still stands, get your computer checked out by someone reputable that you trust.

      • Posted February 7, 2014 at 3:46 am | Permalink

        Like having the sheathing on the wiring in my husband’s car cut? Already been there, done that. Since then, though, my name has become public so I’m safer from that kind of thing. And Zullo’s got my back. Being a bigmouth who tells what’s happened with me gets me some ridicule from the cowpie gnats but it actually helps keep me safe.

        Every computer I’ve worked on more than a day or two ends up with stuff happening to it, usually timed to something major that I’m working on and regardless of the capabilities of the computer or the anti-virus protection. I noted in my blog post that Word wasn’t letting me move images to the front or back so I’m kicking myself for not realizing that something was wrong with Word. It didn’t even occur to me that it would alter images when it rotated them.

        If my computer dies before I do then I’ll probably just replace it. Or not.

      • euphgeek
        Posted February 7, 2014 at 4:32 am | Permalink

        Like having the sheathing on the wiring in my husband’s car cut?

        Well, I was thinking more along the lines of your files being deleted or your hard drive wiped. Or you being killed or arrested. What you said just sounds like common vandalism, not targeting by a vast government conspiracy.

        Since then, though, my name has become public so I’m safer from that kind of thing.

        I would think that would make you less safe, but that’s just me.

        Every computer I’ve worked on more than a day or two ends up with stuff happening to it, usually timed to something major that I’m working on and regardless of the capabilities of the computer or the anti-virus protection.

        Stuff happens to computers all the time, believe me. I find stuff wrong with computers all the time. And wouldn’t you say that you’re always working on something major? From what I’ve seen of your history, this birther thing is pretty much a 24×7 job for you.

        I noted in my blog post that Word wasn’t letting me move images to the front or back so I’m kicking myself for not realizing that something was wrong with Word. It didn’t even occur to me that it would alter images when it rotated them.

        There are several things wrong with that, none of which have to do with something being wrong with Word. One is that you’re doing image analysis, but you’ve never been formally trained in it. Second, you’re doing image analysis in Microsoft Word, which is definitely not an ideal program for doing image analysis. Third, you didn’t just rotate the images. According to previous posts, you cropped and resized them with the corner arrow. That is the very definition of altering the images, which guarantees that you’ll get bad results. So Word was just acting as expected (aside from the program glitches and crashing, I mean).

        If my computer dies before I do then I’ll probably just replace it. Or not.

        That’s fine. Take my advice or don’t, it doesn’t matter to me. I’m just offering it.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 3:26 am | Permalink

        Having the sheathing on the wiring cut is much more serious than vandalism. There were sparks near the engine and that van could easily have exploded. Fatally.

      • euphgeek
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 3:41 am | Permalink

        My thinking on that is that if the government wanted to blow you up, they would have planted an explosive, rather than do something that may not work and depended on something you may detect in time. But I’m no car expert. My point was that if the government was accessing your computer to stop you from doing your birther thing, there would be much more effective ways to do that than to have random errors show up in MS Word.

    • raicha
      Posted February 8, 2014 at 12:57 am | Permalink | Reply

      I also use Word every single day of my professional life. I have an up-to-date computer (Windows 7) and good anti-virus software,. And yet, every now and then, when I have opened a lot of programs or images or whatever and have filled up the little pea-brain known as “RAM” Word will start doing wonky things. Like typing everything in caps or something. Then I have to just a bunch of stuff down and maybe reboot the computer.

      This stuff happens. It’s not necessarily someone out to get you.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 3:18 am | Permalink

        I also have had Word do weird things sometimes. But I have NEVER had these kinds of messages from Microsoft. The message from Microsoft today said that a problem happened to the SOFTWARE (the software was corrupted) and that I was not asked to report those problems at the time they occurred. Since I was asked to report the problems when they occurred on Thursday this can’t be referring to what happened on Thursday. But Microsoft only knew about stuff on my computer because of a report I agreed to let them see on Thursday morning regarding the SESSION of Word that I’d had on WEDNESDAY NIGHT – the session that wouldn’t allow me to close until I agreed to leave the record of the session unrecovered.

        IOW, Microsoft has confirmed that my Word program was attacked in one session on Wednesday.

        I was attacked. As a result I made an erronious conclusion which I corrected as soon as I was made aware of it. Those who are saying that I lied are ignoring a multitude of evidence that I’ve presented, including from Microsoft itself. They are slandering me, which suggests to me that the intent of the attack in the first place was precisely that, and those who continue to slander me in spite of the evidence I have offered in my own defense are part of the plan. Either than, or they don’t have 2 brain cells to rub together so they can see that Microsoft is confirming what I’ve said.

        Would you agree?

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 3:53 am | Permalink

        I’ll address this to you, Raicha, because you seem rational and I appreciate that. Zola said that 3 million people know what a jerk I am. From the stats on my blog, there are 79 people who have seen the post where I show the evidence – including from Microsoft itself – that my computer was attacked precisely when I said it was. If Wonkette and anybody else is saying that I lied, what they are doing is called LIBEL. We have laws against that because it is stealing. Stealing somebody’s reputation.

        My intent in all of this was to understand how Loretta Fuddy would fit in the casket we know is from the funeral, so I could objectively analyze claims that it was her hair, chest, and hands that were protruding from the casket in that image – the very thing you have been willing to try to discuss rationally as well. My son would not fit in a standard casket. I love him dearly. Putting him in an oversized casket would in no way be a humiliation to him, to me, or to anybody who knew and loved him for who he is. Nothing I have said has been done to humiliate anybody. Loretta’s own brother questioned the strangeness of her “death” and the cause of death found in the autopsy. Was he also a shameless a$$hole for thinking that the truth matters?

        My sole intent is to analyze the evidence so we know what really happened. A society that can’t abide the presence of people who pursue the truth is consigned to live under lies. Good luck with that.

      • euphgeek
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 4:00 am | Permalink

        Microsoft gets so many of those reports, and they do almost nothing about them. It’s impossible for them to know that it was you in particular. Even if it was, they wouldn’t need that useless report to attack you with. I’m telling you, your computer needs to be fixed. Have one of the teenagers from your church look at it and pay him or her with a nice meal.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 4:11 am | Permalink

        They told me it was me in particular. They told me it was the software that was corrupted, and they told me that in the whole process I was not informed of the problem while it was happening. Sounds to me like they were looking at a log of the event and were telling me exactly what happened on my computer. Which is what makes it all the less likely to be any of the vague, this-kind-of-thing-happens-all-the-time event that people are giving as explanations.

        The long and short of it as far as I am concerned is this: I did not lie. Microsoft backs me up on my version of events. Those who claim that I have lied or that my credibility is hurt because my computer was attacked are either too dull-witted to see what’s in front of their faces, or else they are just jerks out to do a hit-job. Just like whoever attacked my computer. And I have a gut feeling that they are involved in carrying out the end goal of the hit-job. What they are doing is called LIBEL.

      • euphgeek
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 4:45 am | Permalink

        They told me it was me in particular. They told me it was the software that was corrupted, and they told me that in the whole process I was not informed of the problem while it was happening.

        Who told you? The error message on your computer, or an actual person from Microsoft? If you’re talking about one of the screen shots, maybe you could show me which one you mean. There were a lot of them, and I didn’t go through each one of them, but I didn’t see anything unusual that caused me to stop and look closer.

        The long and short of it as far as I am concerned is this: I did not lie.

        I believe you. I’ve fixed computers for many people just like you who were frustrated at error messages and didn’t know what they were doing or how to fix it.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 5:18 am | Permalink

        “Frustrated” is one word for it. lol.

        The error message I’m referring to is the one that said:
        “Some unexpected errors have happened to software you recently used. You were not asked to send these error reports at the time they occurred.

        To help improve the software you use, Microsoft is interested in learning more about these errors. We have created reports about the errors for you to send to us. The reports will be treated as confidential and anonymous.”

        It’s noting that something unusual happened. The software had “unexpected errors” “happen to” it, and the errors were not noted at the time so that Microsoft would request a report about it.

        I’ve never seen a notification like that before, even though I’ve had Word crash many times.

      • euphgeek
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 6:43 am | Permalink

        The error message I’m referring to is the one that said:
        “Some unexpected errors have happened to software you recently used. You were not asked to send these error reports at the time they occurred.

        To help improve the software you use, Microsoft is interested in learning more about these errors. We have created reports about the errors for you to send to us. The reports will be treated as confidential and anonymous.”

        Did they look similar to the error messages on this page: http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX134236? That error is more common than you might think. It doesn’t happen all the time and it’s been a while since I’ve seen that particular error, but it doesn’t mean you’ve been targeted by anything or anyone nefarious.

        Another thing you might want to do is make sure Windows is up to date. Go to your Start menu and click Run, then type in “winver” (without the quotes) and click OK. Make sure it says you’re running Service Pack 3. Then go into Internet Explorer (even if you always use Firefox) and make sure it’s version 8. If both of those are up to date (and even if they aren’t), go back to Start -> Run and type in “wuauclt /detectnow” (again, without the quotes). Nothing will appear to happen, but keep an eye out on the system tray for a yellow shield. Click the yellow shield and install any updates Microsoft has for you. If you’re not going to upgrade to Windows 7, this is the next best thing.

        Also, do you connect directly from your computer to your internet modem? If so, you might want to invest $50 or so on a Linksys or Netgear router to put between you and the modem for more security. Unless, of course, you use dial up.

  2. zola
    Posted February 7, 2014 at 8:44 am | Permalink | Reply

    So now you have a provable explanantion for your problems. Are you going to lie by omission by not mentioning all this – or are you going to go back to FR and admit to your 6 fans that every single thing in that article was unadulterated crap, invented entirely by your feverish mind. Now this was a high enough profile topic that people bothered to debunk you. They don’t bother with most of your stuff because it is so obscure and silly – but they could do the same with everything you have ever written -what would they say about you when it turns out that everything you’ve ever indirectly confirmed is subject to the same flawed logic and atrocious IT skills as this debacle. In fact I think I might make it my life’s work to expose all your lies – starting with revealing this comment thread on FR If you don’t fess up that you have been caught making stuff up again and there is not a single iota of truth in either your allegations about your computer or the death of Fuddy. And I have my IT debt working on a total debunking of your Microsoft tosh – with visuals. Gonna be very, very humiliating for you if I get there first Nellie. And as for your “I know she’s alive because XYZ but I can’t tell you” schtick – now you know how Zullo feels every time he has to lie to keep the birther bucks flowing.

    Seek help Nellie – you’ve gone over the edge and your husband and kids are very concerned about you. His congregation is laughing at you behind your back, and even your neighbours have stopped asking you to events – you know this, right? Occasionally when everyone else disagrees with you, they are right and you are worng. Sleep well nutterbutter with your delusions.

    • Posted February 27, 2014 at 8:04 pm | Permalink | Reply

      how do you know this? and have you not read what the NSA can do and has been doing?

  3. Posted February 7, 2014 at 9:22 am | Permalink | Reply

    Time to learn how to use Print Screen. Hold down the Control key and the PrntScreen key at the same time. That captures the screen image to the clipboard. To capture in full-screen mode, select it from the VIEW options. To get out of full-screen mode, move the cursor to the upper right corner and click on the resize option in the middle (next to the “close file” “X”. Next open Microsoft’s Paint program. Click on the Edit drop-down menu and select Paste. the screen shot will then appear in the program. Save it as a jpeg file, not a bitmap file. You’re done unless you want to crop it using just about any other program than Paint.

    • euphgeek
      Posted February 8, 2014 at 4:03 am | Permalink | Reply

      Just pressing Print Screen alone will get you a full screenshot. Pressing Alt+Print Screen will get you the current active window. And you can save it either as a jpeg or a png file. Other than that, you’re right on.

  4. Posted February 7, 2014 at 9:45 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I have a friendly suggestion. Install Wubi or Ubuntu. I also offer you free virus check if you wish to eliminate that as a possibility. For those not realizing how bad things have gotten look up a vid called “To Protect and Infect”. Feel free to contact me. If my skills can help in anyway I will.

    • euphgeek
      Posted February 8, 2014 at 4:05 am | Permalink | Reply

      As user friendly as Linux has gotten over the years, I would disagree with doing that, especially with someone who is an admitted computer moron, like Nellie.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 4:17 am | Permalink

        I tried working with Linux for a while and it was frustrating. If I took the time to learn it and get comfortable with it, it would probably be fine and would solve a lot of problems, but life doesn’t seem to let up long enough to allow that kind of learning curve.

    • Posted February 8, 2014 at 4:21 am | Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for that offer. It’s been a bit of a harrowing day and right now it’s hard to know who to trust, on anything. It sounds like you understand that too.

  5. zola
    Posted February 7, 2014 at 11:25 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Nellie you are a lying coward – how many days shall I wait before exposing you as having resized the photos yourself (ok perhaps accidentally – you are an IT moron after all). You invented an entire conspiracy and defamed hundreds of people – as you have done numerous times before – only this time someone took the time to explain how 100% wrong you were. Now go see Raicha’s explaintion on Fogbow for your ridiculour claims about faked film regarding the Pall. Just like they debunk everything else you do, but somehow you never get it. It’s all so easily explained when you aren’t always looking for a conspiracy. Your behaviour over this has been absolutely disgraceful – if you were my daughter you would be spending this weekend writing to everyone you have defamed over the internet to aplologise for your viscious behaviour.

    I know you realise what you’ve done – hence your quiet day on the internet while you try to figure out a graceful exit from this stir you created.. But now about 3 million people (see Wonkette) know what a douchebag you are, and will be watching for further lies in the future. Be careful Nellie – you’ve been rumbled. How much public humiliation do you think it will take before you see the error of your ways?

    • Posted February 8, 2014 at 3:24 am | Permalink | Reply

      If 3 million people don’t care that Microsoft confirmed this morning that my computer was hit on Wednesday’s session of Word, then I fear for my country. It’s the Salem witch hunt all over again. I weigh the same as a duck so I must be….. A WITCH!!! (That’s one fun contribution your country has made to the culture. We laugh and laugh when we watch Monty Python.)

      • zola
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 11:57 am | Permalink

        Don’t be such an idiot Nellie – if Microsoft confirmed that to you lets see the email or hear the telecon. No – what they sent was a standard computer generated error message because you manage to screw up the whole thing by resizing the photo in the first place. Show me or I expose you. Hop to it Nellie.

        You have a very old computer with even older software – now you’ve shown “screenshots” (seriously — photos of the screen????!!!! lol) it’s perfectly obvious you have a majorly screwed up PS because you are an IT moron. And yet you are still insisting to people that know 1000 times more than you how these things work, that you have been targetted by the regime to screw up your Word images and ruin your credilbility!!!!!!

        It’s so laughable. It’s clear from those shots that some of your software is no longer working and you need to get your shit together. Stop blaming stuff on microsoft and admit you are just someone with a crap computer and an agenda that doesn’t understand what it does. Retract your accusation against Microsoft and Loretta Fuddy now, or your humiliation will eventually reach millions more.The 3 million figure was mine not Wonkettes’ – here you go again making stuff up – did they indiretly confirm it to you? – Actually it’s probably much more that 3 million – Wonkette’s readership is huge.

        And finally – how DARE you accuse someone of libelling you – when you have lied and libelled literally thousands of others, including the dead and recently bereaved. Do you simply not see that you have done over and over again what you accuse others of?

        Accuse me of libel again and you will be extremely sorry at what you have started – I am very well resourced, have masses of free time, and am outside your jurisdiction, I also have two verty talented barristers in the immediate family that would enjoy a vacation in the US. Would make for a fun case – in fact you have libelled so many people maybe it’s time we started fighting back.. You do have a legal defense fund don;t you Nellie? Or maybe the church will bail you out when you lose your house.

        I wonder how many of your acquaintances will be shocked to hear in open court your lunatic screeds on FR. It’s all unravellng Nellie, and you can’t hide from your words – we’ve saved them all on real screen shots!!!. Remember when you said you would rather kill your children then have them live under this regime? Yeah – child services were a bit shocked by that. Kill your kids rather than accept reduced cost healthcare – yeah you’re not delusional at all!! Just a liar.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 5:54 pm | Permalink

        Normally I only approve posts which actually contribute something to the debate at hand, to keep it from becoming a p!ss-match that nobody wants to wade through. In this case, though, I think I’ll approve the comments just so people can see what a violent and bitter reaction my observations have gotten.

        All over an attempted objective analysis of whether it was a body in the casket, versus some other kind of memory.

    • Posted February 27, 2014 at 8:05 pm | Permalink | Reply

      it would appear to me that by using your name, zola is threatening. am i right zola?

      • Posted February 27, 2014 at 8:53 pm | Permalink

        There are a lot of comments Zola submitted that I have not approved for posting, and there is nothing subtle about her threats, at all. She’s threatened to bankrupt my family through lawsuits that she would never win but I would have to defend myself against anyway. Typical threatening tactic.

        I should be more careful what I mutter about within earshot of my kids though; I had to help my 14-year-old daughter work her way through a panic attack because she was afraid that our family was going to be sued out of our house and home, either by Zola or by ABC who doesn’t want the truth of what they published scrutinized through fair use discussion.

  6. Stephanie
    Posted February 8, 2014 at 1:25 am | Permalink | Reply

    The problem with your measurements is very obvious. The gridlines you are using are not squares. They are rectangles, longer on the X axis than the Y axis. It looks to me that the horizontal length of three rectangles is equal to the vertical height of about 4 rectangles. That’s why the measurement with respect to the gridlines–but not the size of the photo–changed when you rotated the photo. Nobody at Microsoft is messing with you. You’re using the software to try to do something that it isn’t meant to do.

    • Posted February 8, 2014 at 3:28 am | Permalink | Reply

      Microsoft confirmed that the software was corrupted during my Wednesday session of Word.

      • zola
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 12:14 pm | Permalink

        A standard error message does not confirm that Microsoft was deliberately targetting your computer. If that were the case, the regime is out to get all of us!! At some stage you need to acknowledge that Obama has never even heard of you, and if he ever does, his reaction will be a single “meh”. You need to admit you completely over-reacted – and APOLOGISE to those hundres YOU libelled.

        Now – time is running out. Admit all you have is a standard error message, Or show us the communication from Microsoft. You can do that can’t you Nellie?

        And if you think for one second you are being victimised here – stop! I have watched sileeently for over 5 years while you have spread your dreadful lies – most birthers stopped reading after a while but few call you out on your nonsense. Well no longer – you crossed a line with this Fuddy business, and your free ride as a libeling conspiracy theorist is over. Everything you say and do now is under scrutiny – so make sure you get it right from now on. At wonkette they don’t delete everything that disagrees with them like FR does – so people actually get to find out the truth, not what the FR bubble believes is the truth. (Can anyone say “unscrewed polls”? How we all laughed at the conservatives as they convinced themselves they were winning.) And that means no wild guesses masquearding as indirectly confirmed information, Nellie. Now we want proof – anything less is simply your imagination. Get to it.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 6:45 pm | Permalink

        Microsoft didn’t confirm anything. All I saw in every one of your photos was standard error messages generated by the Word program itself, not direct communications from Microsoft. If you cant recognose that then you can’t start spinning tales of you seeing wordpress templates bieng inserted into your web page in real time. All you are doing is seeing something that’s beyond your comprehension. Word crashes all the time. Thats why people are recommended to save their work every half an hour at the maximum in case you lose it.

        And the fact is, you were using 3 by 4 rectangles as gridlines, NOT squares. That’s what Microsoft Word generates as standard, and I can see them pretty clearly in your own photos.That’s why your measurements came out different when you rotated the photo. As you keep demanding, that’s an explanation that makes sense, so accept it. If you don’t, you just want to cling to your conspiracy explanation.

        And yes you re-sized the photos so you altered them. Depending on the version of word you are using, using the corner WILL stretch and skew the photo. The end. You have no skills at image analysis and you have no idea what you are doing, nor do you have any idea about Catholic funeral practices. Plus you are a liar to boot and desperate to find anything to make your President look bad whether it makes sense or not. All that makes your analasys of any photos about as valid as my 4 year old nephews who thinks he will get an ice cream for finding the “right” answer.

        And seriously, de-fragment your computer hard drive and run some virus and malware scans. Having a screwy computer if you don’t is pretty common. My Dell Inspiration Laptop was going haywire this morning. I hat to go into the registry to fix the problem and delete a part of the windows folders and restart it to let windows rebuild it. That’s the level I am and I get screwy days with my computer. The fact that a self admitted computer moron gets them is no surprise.

        And seriously, if you are afraid of evil gubmint guys snooping on your computer then disconnect the network cable till you are finished. Job done.

        You are a liar and you have been caught red handed at it. Now woman up and stop trying to figure out a reason that will make it seem you were really telling the truth in the first place. Stop panicking and just admit the truth. You fucked up. The truth sets you free after all. And believe you me, your fellow liars at Free Republic are not worth the effort to seem big in their eyes.

        Suranis – J.J. O’Shaughnessy

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 7:01 pm | Permalink

        Another lovely comment.

    • Posted February 8, 2014 at 8:01 pm | Permalink | Reply

      OK, I measured with a ruler. Ten squares across is 1 1/2 inch. Ten squares up and down is 1 1/4 inch. So you are correct. I used the grid as if it was squares when it is not squares. I did not realize it was not squares. BUT that should not have made any difference in the analysis because I didn’t make my erroneous conclusion based on counting gridlines. I made it based on how the rotated photo fit alongside a rectangle that was off by the same amount because it was based on the same grid and same assumptions.

      What a convoluted mess. It could take me days to figure out what the impact of rectangles instead of squares was, by backtracking the order in which I did the procedures. Maybe a ruler is the only way to really know. OK. I measured half of the rotated image and it was 1 1/4″ down by 2″ across. I measured the expanded one and it was 4 inches down by 6 1/8″ across. Doing the proportions those aren’t the same. When I rotate the original back to vertical position the top half of it measures 1 1/4 x 2. But then rotating it didn’t change the size of it.

      OK. I think the green rectangle representing the size of the bottom of the casket is what is wrong, based on thinking it was squares when it was rectangles. 10 squares across (representing 10″) was 1 1/2″ so to use that same scale, 25 inches would be represented by 2 1/2 times the 1 1/2″, 5/2 x 3/2 Equals 15/4, which is 3 3/4″. So the green rectangle should have been 3 3/4 inches high to represent. Darn it. The green rectangle is 4″ tall. So the green rectangle is even taller than it is supposed to be. And it was never rotated so rotation can’t be the problem with that.

      I’m going to have to look at the measurements (in squares) that I observed when I rotated the Fuddy image to test what Raicha said, and see if the real size changed, based on the squares being a ratio of 1 1/2″ across representing 10″, to 1 1/4″ down representing 10″.

      What a mess.

      It never even occurred to me that Word would have graph paper that wasn’t square. I started trying to figure this out with paper graph paper and it was too unwieldy.

      This could take a while to figure out.

  7. WoodchuckRN
    Posted February 8, 2014 at 6:48 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Butter, if you think the ‘Regime’ is remotely messing with your computer, why don’t you try a simple fix/experiment. Go to Walmart or Target or somewhere & get an inexpensive laptop with MS Office on it (about ~$400 total) and designate it at your special ‘off-line’ computer where you do your most sensitive work. Don’t connect it to any modem or outside line. When you need to share files with the outside world, transfer those files from the new computer to your ‘on-line’ computer using a USB flash drive. Make the relationship b/w the terminals as ‘one-way’ as possible to ensure the new computer isn’t corrupted by any on-line issues.

    All that said, I’m a psychiatric nurse practitioner, Catholic, from Virginia, of left-of-center ideology who follows your blog, Free Republic, Fogbow & Freeper Madness just b/c they’re interesting & often funny. I don’t believe a whit in any Obama conspiracies and think he’s an OK-average, left-center president, but I do find extreme political & religious convictions fascinating, whether Left or Right. I say that just to give you an idea why I sometimes read this blog.

    That all said, I’m sorry you feel political opponents are meddling with you & imagine that’s a legitimately terrible feeling, whether its basis is true or not. I therefore suggest what I do as a way of recovering your peace of mind while continuing the work that is clearly very meaningful to you. Everyone deserves as much.

    Take care, -WoodchuckRN
    (My real name’s in my email addy; I just prefer not to publish it to the world!)

    • Posted February 8, 2014 at 7:09 pm | Permalink | Reply

      In Obama’s economy and when you’re working to put kids through college and repair vehicles that get their sheathing cut, etc…. $400 is a lot of money to come by. Now if I was rich and had all the free time in the world like Zola, sure I could learn all the technology ropes and have all the bells and whistles. Because I don’t, I just use what I have. I’ll take the advice offered constructively and try to do the best I can with what I have. That is, if Zola doesn’t bankrupt me with lawsuits.

      I have a laptop currently that HAS to be an off-line entity, because something screwed it up so that it won’t recognize our wireless home network. All the settings on everything have been checked. I was working on something one day and it just stopped letting me hook to the internet. It’s a one-year-old refurbished Dell that we got after my old laptop died.

      Every computer I have ever worked on for more than a couple days at a time has been hit by this kind of stuff regardless of what anti-virus program it’s been on. McAfee was the worst. When I’m not working on a computer it is fine, with the exception that my son got a trojan one time.

      • WoodchuckRN
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 7:58 pm | Permalink

        Ignore Zola. Jerkiness exists among both the Left & Right. As do good people. Politics is just an excuse for some folks to get personal, ala Humblegunner.

        I think Euphgeek made some great points & gave sound advice re your computer. When you do save up, get a MAC!!! I switched over 7 years ago & nary a glitch. They’re expensive, but they’ll run YEARS without a burp or a fart. Plus they have superior graphics if you wanna pursue that sorta thing. 😉

        Regarding your husband’s car….well, you have sorta made a name for yourself among conspiracists, conspiracist-watchers, and the fringy-type. The problem with that is that together they form a very Wile Coyote/Road Runner scene, enthusiastic for punking, mischief & amateur spy stuff, with the internet as their playground. You’re something of a public figure on that scene, and hence a natural target. While I think 99.9% of folks who follow Birthing (whether pro or con) don’t mean to cause any real harm, there’s always the exceptions that do. What happened to your husband’s car may be an example – a terribly dangerous stunt, if not outright psychopathic act by someone for whom politics is just an excuse. I’ve worked in state psych hospitals – they’re out there & linger on the fringes of both parties.

        Otherwise I have to agree with many here; if an international cabal so organized, efficient & powerful to silence hundreds of thousands – including judges, Senators, governors, foreign heads of state, sworn law enforcement & it’s own political enemies – wanted you stopped….well, suffice to say, you’d have gone “poof” already. And while I’m certain no member of Obama’s cabinet nor advisors know who you are, it concerns me that any number of more dangerous characters might. I tell you, I live in Northern Virginia, and I’ve seen them picked up off the grounds of the CIA, FBI & Pentagon. One subsequent admission went on to tear his own eye, then testicle out, all to keep the government from monitoring & forcing him to procreate.

        So again: When I say ‘Take Care,’ I mean it.

        Be Well,
        -WoodchuckRN

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 9:01 pm | Permalink

        The sheathing on my husband’s car was cut the day after I was put into contact with Lt Col Terry Lakin’s defense team, to help overcome the presumption of regularity by bringing forward examples of HDOH wrong-doing such as Sunahara’s birth not being in their computer records even though her name was in the birth index, and the altered 1960-64 birth index – something that would only be known to somebody who had access to my emails and/or phone calls. About a week later a trojan totally destroyed my daughter’s hard drive which I was working on because my own computer was freezing up constantly even though the CPU usage was right around 0%.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 8:05 pm | Permalink

        Gee, maybe its because your son does not visit virus laden Birther websites like Orly Taitz’s House of Malware?

        And yeah, I got a nasty virus from visiting her website only twice, and I had to do a deep boot scan with Avast to find and get rid of it.

        And the Hawaii Department of Health told Orly that they would not be accepting emails with attachments from her any more because they got a Virus from one that wound up infecting their entire network.

        I realize this might be hard for you, but maybe this is “indirectly confirming” you need to change your browsing habits because your favorite websites are virus infested places with poor or non-existant security.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 8:34 pm | Permalink

        I don’t visit Orly’s site. In fact, I hardly ever visit “birther” sites. I’m too busy doing my own research – usually trying to get at the original source documents.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 8:08 pm | Permalink

        Of course, rational explanation is that the “Government” are able to tell who it is at the keyboard at any one time because they are able to read your fingerprints through your keyboard.

        Sure.

        Whats the betting you will approve this one and not the previous reply…

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 8:34 pm | Permalink

        I don’t think you’ve been listening to what Edward Snowden and some of the other whistle-blowers have been saying.

      • euphgeek
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 9:56 pm | Permalink

        Many of Edward Snowden’s claims sounded fishy to me from the beginning. He’s been caught in lies like when he said he would be able to wiretap the president, which turned out to be completely false. But there is no way anyone can read your fingerprints through your keyboard unless you have a fingerprint reader installed on each key. And as far as I know, there are no keyboards like that. Remember how the media ran away with the Y2K bug? How they said even things like alarm clocks and coffee makers that don’t even depend on what year it is would stop working? This whole Snowden thing has been overblown like that, too. There is a grain of truth in there, but you have to dig through the hype to find it.

        Bottom line is that everything you’ve described so far can be chalked up to normal computer problems that everyone gets at one time or another.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 9:59 pm | Permalink

        A copy of the “Approve Comment” page from somebody else’s computer being inserted into my own “Edit Post” page before my very eyes?

        What explains that?

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 10:05 pm | Permalink

        I should clarify: The “Approve Comment” copy that was inserted into my “Edit Post” page while I was working on it was an administrative page from my blog but it was not a page I was ever on, on the laptop I was using for my post editing. And the color scheme of the image was orange – not gray as is used on my computer and the laptop. Seems to me like somebody hacked into my administrative page, maybe read what I was typing, and let me know that they were there. Maybe somebody who wanted to intimidate me. Anybody around here act like they might want to intimidate me?……

        Or maybe that just happens to people all the time and nobody ever mentions it.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 10:06 pm | Permalink

        I don’t doubt that they can tell what you’re typing in real time.

      • euphgeek
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 10:21 pm | Permalink

        I should clarify: The “Approve Comment” copy that was inserted into my “Edit Post” page while I was working on it was an administrative page from my blog but it was not a page I was ever on, on the laptop I was using for my post editing. And the color scheme of the image was orange – not gray as is used on my computer and the laptop.

        Without seeing what you’re talking about (your screenshots weren’t very helpful), it could be some wonkiness with WordPress. Like for example, it remembered your settings from another computer when you went to edit a post on your laptop.

        I don’t doubt that they can tell what you’re typing in real time.

        You should doubt it. Without keystroke logging software or hardware installed on your computer, there is no way someone can remotely see what you’re typing before you send it. If you do have something like that installed, it’s usually pretty easy to remove it from your computer, depending on what they’re using.

      • euphgeek
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 10:28 pm | Permalink

        Actually, there is another way someone can see your keystrokes live, and that is if you have a remote access program installed on your computer. But those are also just as easy to detect and remove.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 11:30 pm | Permalink

        You had given the link to a site that showed that the error message I got from Microsoft can be the top part of the message sent when there’s a problem with a remote access program, and I looked up what the terminology meant. A friend told me that Microsoft may have installed Citrix so it could do the diagnostic analysis, and that I should remove that program in the control panel. But there’s no Citrix program – or any kind of remote access program – that I can see listed in my programs. So whatever the error was, it doesn’t seem like it was from that. I don’t have an recently installed programs on my computer, that I can see in the program files.

      • euphgeek
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 11:40 pm | Permalink

        Sorry, I didn’t mean to say that Citrix was causing the problem, just that the error message you saw looked like the one on that website. Any program can generate that error, it’s just that the screen shot happened to show the Citrix program. My purpose was to show that the error was not unusual, not which program caused it. Again, sorry for the confusion.

      • Posted February 9, 2014 at 2:14 am | Permalink

        No problem.

        Zola, I’m not going to approve your libelous comments any more. I have never called for ANYBODY to be “murdered”. I have called for due process and justice in America just as surely as there should be due process and justice other places in the world. If you can’t support those concepts then there is no room for you here on my blog.

  8. WoodchuckRN
    Posted February 8, 2014 at 6:58 pm | Permalink | Reply

    PS, I don’t believe you’re lying about anything. My impression is that you’re an honest person who simply exercises selective skepticism & credulity based on pre-existing assumptions, itself informed by a black vs white worldview. To some extent, we all do that. As a Sister once said, degree & self-awareness of those assumptions & selectivity is what makes is wiser. I tend to see more shades of gray & a lot less pure blacks & whites the more I experience of life. It makes for a less certain world but infinitely more fascinating world.

    Again, Take Care of You.

    • Posted February 8, 2014 at 7:11 pm | Permalink | Reply

      Well… thank you for saying you think I’m honest.

      Did my “selective skepticism” keep me from seeing that Raicha was right when I did the task without having to use the rotate feature?

      • WoodchuckRN
        Posted February 8, 2014 at 8:01 pm | Permalink

        Nope. Credit is all Butter’s on that call! Seriously, when I say there are jerks on both sides, I like reading you because I don’t think you’re one of them. 🙂

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 8:17 pm | Permalink

        Nope, its because Raicha provided the exact measurements of the casket which blew your whole theory to shreds, and you had to scramble to figure out a way to keep your “credentials” among the people who hate your President.

        So standard error messages are ACTUALLY Microsoft directly communicating with you. Riiiight. And its THE REGIMES fault you were completely wrong, not the fact that your entire methodology is completely suspect. Sure.

        But that’s what happens when the bubble of hating your President runs into actual reality.

      • Posted February 8, 2014 at 8:54 pm | Permalink

        After busting my butt to try to figure out exactly how the rectangles on what I thought was graph paper would impact how this whole thing went down – doing my thinking out loud so people could follow my work and correct me if I was wrong – it takes some cheek to say I’m trying to save face. I’m trying to understand what exactly happened so I can get the record straight and move on to better things.

        I did use Word for something it wasn’t meant to do, but I had no idea of that at the time. A stupid mistake based on me not seeing that the squares were 17% wider than they are tall. Not a difficult mistake to make when each “square” is .15 inch wide and slightly shorter than that.

        Only a fool would make up an error that ultimately takes away from other better points such us the different palls and different casket profiles on the head end, as well as the signs of photoshopping in the KITV footage. This was an honest mistake on my part, not recognizing that the “squares” are slightly off. What exactly Word was doing I’ll have to figure out by doing the math.

        I do know that I have never had the stuff I had Thursday (the infinite loop and those particular error messages) happen to me before, even though Word freezes up a lot and I get the STANDARD Word messages all the time. And it’s a little bit freaky when somebody else, before your very eyes – inserts an image into your WordPress “edit post” page that could not have come from either computer you’re working on. So I KNOW there was something goofy going on yesterday. Still need to process what I just learned about the rectangles to figure out what Word was doing on Wednesday, or whether my misunderstanding explains what I saw. If so I will correct myself on that as I did with the original erroneous conclusion when it was made clear to me.

        I don’t know what else I can do.

        What’s happened here does, however, reveal a lot of ugliness and hysteria. And that should make everyone ask why. Why can’t we analyze things objectively and factually?

        I commend those posters here who have been able to do that. I don’t mind disagreements; sometimes that’s how we figure things out. It’s the venom that makes me wonder what’s really going on with some people.

  9. WoodchuckRN
    Posted February 8, 2014 at 7:09 pm | Permalink | Reply

    PPS. Your ‘good name’ among those who follow you I’m sure is intact. I read the long Freeper thread, and many said wonderful things about you. Those who didn’t were the usual skeptics. In the grand scheme of all your work, this is really not that big a deal. Even Obama has bad days & makes mistakes, and the faithful keep on faithing, while those who just wanna see the country back on track forgive. I say all this because I do think you – and Obama – are both people of integrity at heart, who just operate according to different sets of assumptions about the world.

  10. WoodchuckRN
    Posted February 8, 2014 at 9:45 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Sitting on the balcony with my cat & space heater, watching chickadees & Carolina Wrens snack on sunflower seeds, thinking about all the political message boards I follow, it just occurred to me: Wouldn’t it be interesting to compile a book of thoughtful letters written by ordinary people of strong political beliefs to their opponents? The letters would attempt to explain their most basic assumptions about the world – the starting point, as it were – that informed their beliefs. They would then articulate what they hoped their opponents knew or understood about their perspectives. Rather than polemics or agreement, the goal would be simple understanding…dialogue. I think a team of editors from either side of the ideological spectrum would benefit such a project. And I have enough faith in the thoughtfulness of regular people to suspect they have interesting things to say about the polemical condition of American politics. You’re bright & write well. If you or anyone you know would ever be interested in collaborating on such a project, let me know. Maybe some more thoughtful Freepers & DU’ers could kick it off. (I used to post on DU til deciding my time was better spent listening to those who disagree with me; plus, I disliked the extremism in any party). Maybe the project would make a good PhD thesis, in an ethnographic kind of way. Maybe call it “Letters Across the Aisle,” though I’m sure there are more clever possibilities. To the extent it sometimes feels like the country’s caught up in a bitter divorce or custody dispute, such a project could be mediating & therapeutic. After all, shouldn’t all our last names remain “American”? What common ground are we capable of locating?

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