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• Posted by Bobettechaude
• Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2004, at 4:02 p.m.
• IP Address: quebec-city-ppp50427.qc.sympatico.ca
• In Response to: Re: Christian, my dear boy... (Christian Kühn)


> I don't need to come back from the Dead to be a flesh-eating zombie. And
> some guys out there should be aware of that.

I think you and I might share the same Black List.

> Figures.

> That's the best you could come up with?

Nah. Actually, I'm a teacher because I love to work with teens : believe it or not, they're great people (even the dirty punks). Also, I think being a teacher is the best way to get rid of intolerance / stupidity / fundamentalism / relativism in our modern society. Utopia? Of course, but hell, I think it's worth it.

Weird, that may be the most serious post of my career here at the Scoreboard...

> Wooo...I think this is the most score-related discussion I ever had with
> you. Har har...

Yeah... Hey, I don't respect Howard Shore! How's that for a score-related discussion?

take care
bc



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