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I want to laugh at this but I can’t help feeling that this is insulting to the millions of people and their families that died or lost family in the concentration camps. And I know that is not your intent. On the other hand, there is the “Springtime for Hitler” thing in The Producers. So, I don’t know what to say.
And I’m surprised Galliano didn’t sport a Hitler mustache. You don’t see many of those around anymore. Nor do you hear of “Adolf” as a name for anyone anymore.
Just wanted to say I checked out your blog and It’s very interesting! Well done and keep up the good work! I love reading about the way you see life. I was moved to tears reading the story of your mothers death(yes way back in archives..I’m a random clicker!)xxxx
“My people” were directly affected by Hitler & Nazis – my mother lost her fist husband (and my 2 step brothers their father) during Nazi occupation of Poland. The civilians were routinely rounded up on the streets and shot; he just left home one day and never came back. My father was POW in Germany. And yet, somehow, I’m not offended.
serendipity! a friend just sent me this… thought you might find it funny too despite the william and mary references. (fyi. what he’s saying about the classes/buildings/schedules is absolutely true.) hahahaaa enjoy!