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• Posted by Jeff Anderson
• Date: Friday, December 29, 2000, at 1:21 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! (Racerprose)

> A decent man you are, Jeff.... but I think what was said was a little too
> immature. If you don't like someone you either say you don't to the person
> or you don't say anything at all (I rather like the second idea). Like I
> said in another post I am not agreeing with anyone on the matter I just
> want everything to end - smoothly.

Ideally, yes. But there's a frightening thing going on for me (and I think Markus) right now. I am starting --just starting-- to understand the anger that people like Valerius Kavaliers and "You Yourself and Dick" display. It is juvenile, I know, but Thaxton has frustrated me just enough to understand those characters' motives. I've almost reached the point at which I could call King FM and tell them that I will no longer be listening to their radio station only because of Ford's show. I wish the man ill, and that is not healthy!


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