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Thomas Graves

Let's Think About "The Unthinkable," Shall We?

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17 minutes ago, Paul Trejo said:

Tommy,

This thread has become a bore.

Regards,

--Paul Trejo

Dear Paul "Word Twister" Trejo,

All I can say is, "It takes one to know one,"

and ... thanks for "bumping" it!

--  Tommy :sun

PS  All of the Hispanics I've asked so far here in San Diego say that the Spanish words "rubio / rubia," when applied to a person, describes that person's hair color, not his or her complexion, and means that that person has blond hair, not brown or blond hair.

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What this means, Word Twister, is that, given the correct translation of the Spanish word "rubio" (with no help from you, btw, except for the fact that you did indicate that that particular Spanish word must have been used by non-English-speaking Duran and Eusebio, so thank you very much for that), Sylvia Duran described the "Oswald" she dealt with on 9/27/63 as being quite short in stature, blue-eyed, and blond haired, and that her colleague, Eusebio Azcue, described him as being not only about 35 year-old, thin-bodied, and very thin-faced, but either blond or dark-blond haired.

"LEON" on the left, Leonov on the right.Image result for "nikolai leonov"

--  Tommy :sun

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