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      • I did catch Ian Frazier’s delightful spin on Rosetta in my New Yorker, but thanks for the link and the cudos. Frazier’s article was worth another read. I wrote my post, http://www.summitlake.com/WP/?p=177 , in Aug 2007 and note Rosetta is still running the same ad! That kid just never gives up …

    1. 1) Someone queued an anonymous comment on self-stereotyping in black America (and thanks). Unfortunately, the comment was way too long to approve in the “Comment” format, and my note to the reply-to email was rejected at the server as undeliverable. I think the post, with its implications for all Americans, and with minor editing, would make a fine Guest editorial. If you are the writer, please consider registering so that you can write me offline, if you are interested in following up. Thanks — Alex

      2) All readers: When you register to this WordPress site, the current setting allows registration. Real names and email addresses are required, but the email is never published by WordPress. All comments are queued for approval. It is not likely that will change in a spammer environment. I don’t have the resources to moderate comments and respond to bogus email addresses in 10 public WordPress departments. I’m considering requiring registration to post comments. Do you, personally, think this would be too restrictive?

    2. I found this Comments section not working (simply not available). After a couple of hours, I discovered a setting “Automatically disable comments older than [xx] days” had been checked. I unchecked it. Apologies!

    3. wow, nice spin on history. its too bad you got it all wrong. persia was anything but a slave empire, and athens, and sparta were definitely not the last free cities of the world. if the persians were such a way, than why is it that cyrus the great, ancestor of xerxes, is the only non-jew praised as “anointed by god” in the bible? perhaps because when the persians overtook babylon, they freed the jews from generations of slavery for the first time, allowed them to live where they pleased, and even undertook the task of reconstructing the jewish temple. its too bad the “westerner” romans preferred to put jews on crosses instead. 🙂 i dont know, try to learn more about greece and iran before wasting your time writing b.s. the jewish story is just one example of the ideals of freedom which have grown out of persian civilization. please dont cut the persians out of western civilization, out of history, or out of the idea of freedom. i have a million things to do today, but your article was so off i simply wouldn’t feel “free” today if i didnt at least try to give you some better insight to historical events and how they effect our day to day lives.

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