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Richard M. Nixon
37th President of the United States. Messages from the President unsigned, others from Ronald Ziegler. richardnixonoffice@gmail.com FAQ:
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Richard M. Nixon 4h
A personal message. Free to all. - RZ
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Richard M. Nixon 15h
Replying to @jonathanalter
What?
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Alex Yablon 15h
Replying to @dick_nixon
Which white supremacists follow Empire closely enough to recognize secondary characters late at night in winter garb?
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Richard M. Nixon 16h
I didn’t read the Smollett thing when it came out. But my God, Streeterville? Who the hell is he kidding?
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Richard M. Nixon 18h
This fellow Smollett ...
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Richard M. Nixon 22h
Replying to @lanticavirtu
I believe so.
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Richard M. Nixon 22h
I suppose the point where I began to find Machado suspect is when Brooks Robinson wholeheartedly embraced him at third and he felt it not good enough.
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 16
Sabathia is a man and a Yankee in the tradition of Gehrig. He stared his problem in the face and fought without shame and did good. I hope he enjoys his final season.
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 16
Call them "Judge" or "Your Honor" no matter if it's the men's room. Because you never know, do you.
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 16
I don't count on the courts to stop the emergency. The president has no power to circumvent the Congress but has almost unlimited power in matters of national security. It's political defeat that counts.
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 16
Replying to @5RoundsRapid
Our friend tells us that Ganz loved the jokes and helped get the restored after they were taken down for infringement.
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 16
Replying to @danzyl66
I'm told he loved them.
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 16
Replying to @dick_nixon
Ganz was Swiss, and when playing Hitler he tucked his Swiss passport against his heart “so Mr. Hitler couldn’t touch me.”
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 16
The accent.
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 16
Replying to @cshbell
Oh, you know what I mean. Christ.
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 16
Replying to @dick_nixon
Ganz died yesterday. He is remembered for a long career as one of the greatest German-speaking actors, but he gave us more insight into Hitler than a library full of books.
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 15
Mr. Price played a vital role in this office. Many of you are familiar with his work involving Sen. Rubio and the football. - RZ
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 15
Getting hit in the head ruined his timing, but he is one of the smartest minds on hitting. Look at how Thome credits him, and those great Phillies teams.
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Richard M. Nixon Feb 15
Ted Williams would talk hitting with anybody but when he respected you it was another level. I often think of him drinking all night with Charlie Manuel in Japan, using a napkin as home plate. As Williams fell into a cab at dawn, he said to Manuel, “You might be right.”
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Michael Grasso🌹 Feb 15
Replying to @dick_nixon
I always loved that tete-a-tete they arranged between Gwynn and Williams.
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