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(shakes his head in humility)
• Posted by: Ashi-taka469   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, December 3, 2002, at 9:44 a.m.
• IP Address:
• In Response to: Show your power: STOP HARRY POTTER with your "... (Phil Sheldon)

Frankly, I'm as mortified and offended with the responses to this post as I am with the post itself. The only two people who had anything sensible to say in a rational tone were Geoffrey Morrow and Ozzy, the former of whom exhibited a great deal of emotional self control while presenting a credible argument against the post, and the later of whom did likewise while offering a sound fact we should all take heed to. The rest of us, on the other hand, decided to take things less reasonably. One of us needs to mind their tongue, another has decided to use this opportunity to argue against christianity, thus playing the hypocrite since he is merely performing the same injustice as sheldon but in the opposite philosophical direction, another has attempted to strike a stake into the hearts of a few of us by attacking the catholic priest molestation cases, and the rest of us have decided to post pointless jabs at this post, offering no rational argument as to our reasoning other then he's a retart. It's disgusting, and has thus led me to perform an action I rarely ever do, exhibit my frustration in a post such as this. Grow up people.

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