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 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.
Gosh darn it Lunduke!
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.