Jeffrey Folks
American Thinker
April 22, 2011

My childhood has long passed, but I still have a clear memory of one particular occasion when I found myself squared off against a grammar school bully — a young misfit who roamed the playground just looking for trouble.

How the altercation began I don’t recall, but it soon escalated into rounds of all-out name-calling.

My young adversary probably led off with a profound observation like, “You’re a stupid idiot.”

“You’re not just stupid,” I countered. “You’re a fool.”

“You’re worse than a fool,” he offered. “You’re yellow.”

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