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Emil Amok is Emil Guillermo is theWittic.com : Recipes!! Plus an addendum for David Feldman Show listeners on Giuliani’s leakiness

Hey DFS watchers/listeners:
No leek soup recipes here. Just the good stuff. Vegan, no oil recipes actually used (you can see the kitchen scars), battle-tested, and consumed.
Potato Pancakes and Pumpkin Bread pudding. Some from FOK. Some from other sources. Enjoy.

Now for the Feldman #1194, just want to say I had not heard about Giuliani’s leakiness until after. I am sensitive to these things being a person of color myself.
So I know Rudy’s pain is greater than his Borat movie shirt-tuck. (That is all he did, tuck. A shirt. What the tuck?) But to leak on himself during a press conference. This is worst than a leaky diaper. Depends? Ok how about a leaky colostomy bag?

Oh, instead we settled for another round of Toobing.

I promise to do better. Here’s your recipies.Emil vegan recipes for Feldman fans

AND FOR YOUR FURTHER READING PLEASURE:
See my columns here.

Emil Amok: We have a winner….. And our long national countmare is over; It’s Emil Guillermo and Prof. Dan Gonzales: Two Flips Talking Politics

Pennsylvania put Biden over the top for good. Philadelphia came through, and Trump is left in his metaphorical “Valley Forge.”
Republicans could have won if they took the high road in 2016, and embraced diversity. But they let their party be hijacked by Trump who polarized politics based on race and reshaped the Republican Party into a hateful group that stood for a new modern version of White supremacy. The last four years were xenophobic and ugly.
We’ve got a lot of healing to do before we go forward.
For now, let’s take a deep breath and remember what it’s like to be all on the same team.

Read Emil Guillermo’s columns on the AALDEF blog.

TWO FILIPINO AMERICANS TALK POLITICS

The spontaneous gathering out in the streets reminded me of what happened in the Philippines when Cory Aquno’s “People Power” toppled Marcos.
The sheer exuberance of what is happening in the U.S. is indicative of how “oppressive” the last four years were for minorities and people of color.

Here’s a conversation with Prof. Daniel Phil Gonzales, in another virtual popup, “Two Flips Talking Politics.”

READ EMILS COLUMNS ON THE ASIAN AMERICAN LEGAL DEFENSE AND EDUCATION FUND WEBSITE.