[Vision2020] It's not "cyberstalking" unless you harass someone,
jampot at adelphia.net
Sat May 5 15:48:02 PDT 2007
I think that you should provide us with an example of a comment being disallowed or subjectively censored if you truly think you have a leg to stand on. Citing the legalize boilerplate hardly comes close to bearing out your silly contention. That's what I think, bubba. I also think that using "comb over" & "the g-ster" gives your argument the authority of a note passed between the desks of a couple of public school third graders and fairly dim witted ones at that.
----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Hansen
To: 'g. crabtree' ; 'Art Deco' ; 'Vision 2020'
Sent: Saturday, May 05, 2007 3:10 PM
Subject: RE: [Vision2020] It's not "cyberstalking" unless you harass someone,
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 appear."
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).
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Gee, g. Whatcha think, Bubba?
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