It's time for a round of "Lunduke says obvious things about himself because a few people like to make up things about him."

Lunduke is not now, and has never been, a Nazi.

Lunduke is a proud Jewish man.

Lunduke believes in freedom. Free speech and Free Software are my jam.

Lunduke believes in and lives by the ideals of Bill & Ted: Be excellent to each other.

Lunduke has been fighting for basic civil rights for ALL (incl. same sex marriage) since he became a grown-up in the 90s.

Lunduke likes you for who you are. Even if you don't like Lunduke.

Lunduke knows, apparently, how to write in the third person.

Lunduke does not like masked, hooded mobs that beat people up.

Lunduke feels like this should not be a controversial opinion.

Older computers make Lunduke smile.

Lunduke likes smiling.

Lunduke thinks we should all feel comfortable speaking openly about who we are and what we believe -- without fear of being attacked.

Lunduke doesn't care who you are...
where you're from...
what you did...
as long as you love Lunduke.

Lunduke believes that real men do their best to not swear around women or children.

Lunduke believes that real men do not hit women or children. Ever. Under any circumstances.

Lunduke recognizes that some will take issue with that stance — Lunduke thinks that is weird.

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One day I was in my parents farm with my young nephew helping to get up a bunch of cows. We had them all up except a couple, but as we got them headed the right direction, we saw the entire herd getting out again. I yelled, "Dadgumit" and my nephew looked at me and repeated "Dadgumit!"
I looked at him and said, You know, it's a good thing that I don't cuss.
He said, "yeah."

@jlcrawf Wouldn't that make "Dadgumit" a cuss? I mean what is the boundaries? I always considered a "cuss" a word used as or to evoke an emotional response instead of a rational. I worked with a lot of russians and they swore a lot, but sometimes would replace with a "nicer" version. So sometimes my kids hear me yell "BLIN" when some one cuts me off in traffic.

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