Today, Sean advised that one of you sensitive souls sent him an e-mail
about "revelations I had made" here on the internet. He told me it was
obviously and attempt to "poison the water."
I didn't ask what was said or by whom. I told him that some of whatever
was said might be true; that I haven't lived a perfect life. I told him
that I've done things I'm not proud of, and had dark times in my life;
and those experiences helped shape the way I live today. . . . .the
right way. He laughed and commented that he knew the feeling. He also
said he didn;t care much about what had been said in the e-mail.
It never ceases to amaze me how you "tolerant" "sensitive" people who
constantly accuse me of being mean, hateful, a bigot and the host of
other things, are yourselves, more viscous than I've ever been. Just
wanted you to know your recent effort to poison the water failed.
Funny, I've never noticed any "tolerant sensitive people" here.
Except for one or two. For the most part, such virtuous people are phonies as
you can see how most of them unravelled here on USENET with their crude and
vulgar thoughts. Back on the other boards, they revert to their fraudulent
facades. Go figure.
I don't recall seeing anyone here call you "viscous." Your (on-air) fluidity
is almost without parallel. There's no gook there.
You flow like the clear blue Danube before it became polluted. As for the
CONTENT of your remarks, they have often been vicious, if not viscous.
Thanks for your admirable acknowledgement of past sins, Hal. But you are
still, IMO, a work-in-progress, not finished furniture.
NONE of us are. I wish you further progress/enlightenment about the true
meaning of moderation.
Thanks Hal. Only the pigs on the left have license to such vicious acts.
WOW! I just looked up "vicious" in my American Heratige Dictionary softare and
discovered that "vicious" is synonymous with "liberal." Here's the citation:
vi·cious (v¹sh“…s) adj. 1. Having the nature of vice; evil, immoral, or
depraved. 2. Given to vice, immorality, or depravity. 3. Spiteful; malicious.
4. Disposed to or characterized by violent or destructive behavior. 5. Marked
by an aggressive disposition; savage. Used chiefly of animals. 6. Faulty,
imperfect, or otherwise impaired by defects or a defect. 7. Impure; foul.
--vi“cious·ly adv. --vi“cious·ness n.
(One of the things I learned today is that the meaning that I think of for the
word "vicious" is only number 5 according to the American Heritage Dictionary.)
As someone who has taken more than her share of ridiculous, inane crappola
from people out here who don't have the balls to identify themselves, I'm sorry
someone did that to you. At least Sean thinks for himself and didn't buy into