History of Masks.

About On the North River

Forty years toiled in the Tel-com industry, married for 36 years widowed at sixty-one. New girlfriend at sixty-five. Tea Party supporter. Today a follower of the God-Emperor Donald. Do like to kayak, cook, take photos, bike, watch old movies and read.
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6 Responses to History of Masks.

  1. pjrae54 says:

    I posted this on FB a couple of weeks ago and got “fact-checked” and censored. Shocked I was. Well, not really…

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    • Someone should tell Facebook that they can have their own opinions but they can’t have their own ‘facts’.
      I’ve been wondering when the WordPress censors are going to notice my little blog, WordPress is another Prog worshiping company that shuts down conservative sites it hosts when they get to much notice.
      I’ve been thinking about moving the site to a hosting company based in Iceland, because the way things are going they will get around to me sooner than later.

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  2. rosemaryk4 says:

    I was wondering, where it reads “share” why is there no place to share on facebook or messenger?

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    • Tell you what Hon, I personally don’t have any use for Facebook but I’ll add it to the shares. Just for you.
      Messenger (whatever that is) doesn’t seem to be an option with WordPress, probably because they compete.

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  3. rosemaryk4 says:

    Why thank you. I’m never on facebook, but all my friends are and when something good like this “History of Masks” comes along I’d like to share with everyone.

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