Brief Notes

Inter­view with Mel Gibson’s dad teach­es strange ‘lessons’ on life

I learned a life­long les­son dur­ing my recent inter­view with Mel Gibson’s father, Hut­ton Gib­son. The inter­view took place on the eve of the release of Mel Gibson’s new movie, “The Pas­sion of the Christ.”
I learned that there actu­al­ly were no con­cen­tra­tion camps dur­ing the Holo­caust, only work camps.

I learned that the Holo­caust was a fic­tion, a fab­ri­cat­ed busi­ness tool used strate­gi­cal­ly to siphon hard-earned mon­ey from the cof­fers of inno­cent gov­ern­ments worldwide.

I learned that there are too many sur­vivors left in the world for there ever to have been a Holocaust.

The “Gen­tle­man’s C” Presidency

I haven’t made a real per­son­al entry in a bit. I hope to rec­ti­fy that later—I hope I get time!

Cyn is a proud Mommy & Mémé, professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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