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From: AndyS <junglean...@hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: History of Social Senior Issues
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On Apr 1, 9:40 pm, JimCo <chemc...@ksu.edu> wrote:
> On Mar 31, 7:18 pm, thena...@gmail.com wrote:
> > -----
> > It was about 15 years ago that Russ Weber started this group for senior folks. The average age seems to be in the 70s. We've gotten to know one another through the years and I miss my internet friends.
> > Now we have a chattering monkey beach boy riding a bicycle and telling us how to save the world. He's either a 19 year old kid with an inflated ego or an obnoxious middle aged man looking for attention.
> > I just noticed that out of the first 20 threads, he started 14 of them. Why is he so desperate that he has to push a bunch of old folks out of the way so he can post his nonsense?
> > Is it simply a lack of manners or does he have mental problems? I don't know, but I wish he would go away so all of my friends would return.
> > --------
> I heartily agree. I used to enjoy posting in this group and the back
> and forth comments of my cyber friends. But if you're interested, I
> have re-discovered several of them, as well as some very interesting
> new friends in alt.sixtyplus. Look into us there, I think that you'll
> be pleasantly surprised. (Members of that group have really made me
> feel welcome! Old friends too are there, such as Andy.)
I have been on alt.sixtyplus on and off for years. It is heavily
by Brits and ex-Brits who live in Australia, and they like to "stick
Americans as much as they can. Currently they are going bonkers
about some conspiracy theory of theirs that I have two identities.
A number of Americans also post there, and there is a big
in the politeness of the posts from them and those from the British
contingency. I think it is probably a cultural thing.
Anyway, it is a hoot.
On a similar subject, have any of you noticed that "GLOBALIST"
to have done a 180 on it's agenda. Before it was anti-white, pro-
.... and now the postings seems to be the other way around.... If
me wonder if the original "GLOBALIST" has been replace by a
different one. No conspiracy theory, and I'm not
noting a difference in the agenda.
Andy in Eureka, Texas