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Aaaaah...I was once a goyim too. I rather wore the moniker as a badge of honor (smirk), but those were younger, more foolish days.
I may not comment often, but I have really been enjoying your blog. I subscribed to the RSS feed via Bloglines.
Keep up the good work. We Michiganders, whether native like you, or a transplant like me, gotta stick together. :)


Great entry - so sad. I go to Havana's all the time - love to sit outside in the summer and people watch. I got to your Blog thru Misfitting - another great blog!

Happy New Year!


Hey! I always thought that a non-Jewish woman (aka slut) was called a "Shicksa." I could be way wrong!

Oh, and that's actually, "non-Jewish woman who is after my son!" LOL!

Sounds like you got a break from the Love Gods on that one! At least, you're alive to be devastated!

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