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Sometimes I wonder how Dr. Seuss' friends greeted him. Did they say "Hey Seuss!" Would god have gotten mad at them for blasphemy?

Sometimes the Big Questions just don't have any answers.

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Pretty sure his friends called him "Ted".

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"What's up, Doc?"

I was going to give a legitimate answer, but to pain 1 and AKfishlady have that covered. I went with loony toons instead.

JimG Level 8 Apr 4, 2018
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Good question! And what about Dr. Scholl, Dr. Dre, or Dr. Pepper?

Don't forget Dr. Octopus, Dr. Strangelove & Dr. Frankenstein!

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Hi Ted was the standard greeting.

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It never quite made sense to me that if Jesus was a Jew, then why the Puerto Rican name?

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LOL! Deep thoughts, my man!

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🙂 I have have had a long admiration of his work and my biggest like was the story of the tortoise and hare!

Unless there is another tortoise and hare story that I don't know about, I think perhaps you are thinking of Aesop, who was actually one of my favorite childhood authors. We had a set of "The Book of Knowledge" which was old when I was born, scattered through them were Aesop's fables which I loved looking for when I learned to read. Every one had a "moral" but no religion. 🙂

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