[Vision2020] It's not "cyberstalking" unless you harass someone,

Tom Hansen thansen at moscow.com
Sat May 5 15:10:12 PDT 2007

As the g-ster twists and mangles:


"Rose's site does not currently allow comments and she told me directly and
personally that when they were allowed they would be allowed only "within
appropriate parameters" (note the quotation marks, her words not mine)
Dale's site allows commentary and he does not censor the remarks that


I could list the falsehoods (pronounced "lies") form the above statement,
but they are far too numerous to detail.  So I will address the accuracies
within this statement.


1)  Yes.  Her name is Rose.


2)  Yes.  Rose has a site.


That's it, ladies and gentlemen, ALL two accuracies all wrapped up in a cute
small package.


Now, let's examine the claim by the g-ster that "Dale's site allows
commentary and he does not censor the remarks that appear".


But then, why limit commentary on this claim to myself.  Let's see what Dale
"Comb-Over" Courtney has to say from his Brainless Log (BLog).


(Posted throughout the BLog)


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Extracted from:





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In other words, the poster can make whatever comments (s)he feels
appropriate provided they agree with Comb-over's "good-faith opinion".


Gee, g.  Whatcha think, Bubba?


Tom Hansen

Moscow, Idaho

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