Merry Christmas Goyim!

I’m live on my cam:

YourMoralLeader: merry xmas
YourMoralLeader: goyim
Emma: Happy hanukkah?
YourMoralLeader: what does Xmas mean to you M and Beth?
Emma: Family getting together
Emma: The day Jesus was born
Beth: I had to step away and Luke laid the smack down on some guy.
YourMoralLeader: does your family get together and celebrate the day I was born M?
YourMoralLeader: i banned a bloke hassling beth
YourMoralLeader: what are the rituals for Luke’s Bday in M’s home?
Beth: Christmas means family, giving and receiving, good food and bad traffic.
YourMoralLeader: study selections from my blog
YourMoralLeader: sing songs in praise of the Leader
Emma: We sit around the table and study your books.
Emma: laughing quietly.
Beth: Really? Luke’s books make me cry loudly.

Chaim Amalek emails: I’m not a big fan of it because:
1. Few fertile females show up these days. (For many months Emma was all that kept it going.)
2. A web cam in which you merely sit there, typing or reading is insulting to everyone who shows up. I mean, what’s the point of calling readers to that?
3. It depresses me because it reminds me of the time you used to have interviews with interesting fertile females online or appear with D-list celebs doing/being interviewed on internet radio (remember internet radio?). It is simply pointless.

1999 closed with lots more promise for Luke Ford than does 2009. You have so little to lose at this point that I suggest you make a play for Sandra Tsing Loh in the hope that she starts writing about you, no matter the context.

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see My work has been covered in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and on 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (
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