Re: Of myth and reality
I don't feel I can adequately pass judgement on Bob until I fully understand the meaning and state of being known as a "nudge." Did I miss it in a previous post somewhere? There ahve been a couple I've stayed away from.....
I think the word should be "nuhdz." It's Yiddish for "nag" (verb or noun) - in other words, Bob is saying that he's being picky.
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