King Solomon, Cookie’s EXACUM  EXPOSE of Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Folly

Did this Huffington post writer perform an EXACUM on Rudolph?
Reading this post about one of my namesake Christmas beloved character created in my childhood years., I believe I am justified to expose his folly.

King Solomon

The words of a wise man’s mouth are gracious, but the lips of a fool consume him. Ecclesiastes 10:12)

This Bible verse was written 3000 years before the printing press, radio, TV, internet, which can amplify the sounds or writings of a fool.

If Interested,

Read this post, of how a fool can express an opinion that exposes him to be a fool for performing an EXACUM of folly on this beloved character, in my opinion.


“The longer I live, the more I read, the more patiently I think,
and the more anxiously I inquire, the less I seem to know…
Do justly.
Love mercy.
Walk humbly.
This is enough.”

John Adams, The Letters of John and Abigail Adams

(one of my most treasured items from childhood…my Rudolph snow globe/ Julie Cook / 2018)

I love today’s quote.
It is from one of my all-time favorite presidents.
And it is a powerful reminder of what is really important and what truly matters in
this upside down world of ours…
especially during these surreal days and time.

I needed to read and heed such wisdom today after reading the following story
that is linked below.

It’s a story about an article that was offered by the liberal media outlet
The HuffPost.
It seems that the HuffPost and their minions of readers
(or is that ‘bloodthirsty’ followers??),

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