Posted by Bill R on July 17, 2000 at 19:42:41:
In Reply to: Re: History Lesson/ Hollywood's propaganda posted by MMMMarcia on July 17, 2000 at 19:32:12:
: : Wellllll, now!!
: : A lot of reflective silence is required for this one....except for one statement..."blood is thicker than American citizenship".... hmmmmm!! I can reenact British Highlander, I can be proud of my ancestry (which I've written of before, won't bore anyone again!), but I am damn proud to be an American....and....and...that's why I can see these things through!!
: : Any other comments? How about Toot, Seamus, and Three Tales (not to mention all the other fine folk of Mohicanland).
: : Your most Humble and Obed't Servant...For God and Country!!
: : Dr. Uncle Mark
: It annoys me so much to read something written by a person who appears to have an agenda and yet fails to give a real email address or identify themselves in any legitimate way. I always feel if a person is going to make inflammatory statements, right or wrong, they should have the guts to stand behind their words, and that includes an introduction of some sort. Don't like talking to invisible, anonymous people. Don't put much credence in what they blather about, either.
: Just my opinion, of course. Others may not feel that way at all, but for me, it's offensive.
Dammit Marcia! Once again you prove smarter than me. I always take comments as being made sincerely. Once again I was bamboozled simply because I didnt click on the email addy of the
person posting. Should have. Maybe now I will learn my lesson.
I just spent 15 minutes writing seriously to somebody who hides behind a bogus email in order to post inflammatory crap.
You are right. If somebody means to have something to say, they should post their right email address. Else, being cowardly or/and having an agenda, they should go away.
It just never occurs to me that if I have something to say, I should say it behind somebody's back, or behind a bogus email.
So it never occurs to me that others do not share the view and are so shallow as to drop in on a place just to disrupt it.
One of these days I may learn............
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