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5 of 7 Tips: You As America's 1948 Berlin Celestial Chocolate Bomber

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By : Derek Dashwood    99 or more times read
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Playing the legenday Jaack can be spell binding to get inside the skin of. Any cynical sarcaism from Jaack can speak as the Big Bad Wolf and understand in his attempt to show unfeeling caring is a very deep soul who cares but has found a way to relate. So if you start your public life as a clown in a football helmet behind Billy in Easy Rider you just go with flow for eternity Jack. And do not step back.If you were at a Hollywood party, say at Marilyn's house, and the President or his brother dropped in, you might talk.

These are nervous times. Who might listen about the the big bad wolf to the president. Well, he might, if it was just before his impending important speech at the newly fresh minted Berlin Wall, which has just been put up. The president is hesitant on just how far he can can go without ordering World war Three. After their Cuban Bay of Pigs triumph through their Cuban proxies, the Russians are keen to go. For the Evil Soviet Empire, in 1961 the wind was at their back, and every Genghis or Ivan near that border did sense that this was their moment in time, now or never.

As their resources are allowing them to feel again. Lean forward, menace and glare, to show you my nice side. How wrong about how right they were. How lucky we said and did just what was needed. It didn't but could have been affected on a Hollywood trip past Marilyn's house, Jaack might have had some words over the fence. No war, Mr President. If Hollywood goes ZZFFPP all civilization is lost, you know. Right down to Groucho.

We gotta find these Ruskies a way to back off and we still get to say flukyou but no shots get fired ya know what I mean Mr President? Yes, Jack. I'm Jaack. You're Jack. Got it. If you will stand back, |Mr President, allow me to go inside myself- I learned this in India - for Berlin. He we go. Mmmmmm. Here it comes. Ya gotta unnerstand something Mr President- can I call you Jack? Yes. Ya got any beer? Finger click. Beers appear. Also many ladies. Well Mr President, the Commies and those wingnut Nazis had it all back assward if you see where I take this.

Yes, Jack I am listening. I'm Jaack. You're Jack. Got it Mr President? Got it. Talk to them in their own words, you know what I mean? No, what do you mean Jack, sorry Jaack. Well first of all do you know any German? No. Learn some quick. You know how to say I am a Berliner? No. Why why I say that? I live winters at the White House, and summer at Hyannis, everyone knows that. You are missing my drift Mr President. If you can say you are it will relax them, doncha see. Hm. You may rather hawve something there. I shall awsk Caroline.

Never mind your daughter or your lovely wife, Mr President. That Krushev laughs about you, after Vienna. He saw his ugly threats scare you. You are younger than his son for chrissake you gotta stand tall. You gotta say something like...anybody in this building got a German dictionary? Oh good, here. Let's see. I am is Ich bin. An Berliner. Ein Beirliner. See. Ya see, Mr President, this is a powerful moment in time and he sees you as Bambi and he loves to play the big bad wolf. Go for it, just got for it.

You know that throwaway line I gave you at Marilyn's party? Ask not what...shhh. Well, Mr President, your country asks this of you, you know that line I tossed you, that worked didn't it Mr President, huh. Yes, Jaack. We will all be ein Berliners. There ya go. That was not so hard now, was it. No, Jack, it rawther felt lovely. That's Jaack,Mr President. Yes, right. Old Hawvard habits. We shall overcome. Great line, Jaack. I shall insert that also. too late Mr President was talked to Martin earlier, he likes it too. Oh drat.Next time.

Next time may never come again Mr President. All is well in God's universe. Unfolding, as it were. Brilliant, Jaack. I shall use that also. Did you attend Hawvard? Just grade school Mr President. Oh which grade did you prefer?
Author Resource:- Derek Dashwood enjoys noticing positive ways we progress, the combining of science into the humanities to measure politics, wise use and mis use of power and protective love at
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