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There's another possibility that's just occurred to me: you don't actually believe that name calling "should get you kicked off this forum." In which case, you're nothing more than a duplicitous hack.
"Name calling is against the posting rules and should get you kicked off this forum."
That is not an ambiguous statement. If you had the courage of your stated convictions, you would not pretend that you need to rely on anyone other than yourself to enforce those convictions. That lack of courage=cowardice. That you engage in the same conduct you've condemned=hypocrisy.
Tim Russert compiled an amazing book called Wisdom of Our Fathers: Lessons and Letters from Daughters and Sons. One woman wrote about how her dad was a plumber who busted his tail to keep her enrolled in a private school where most of the kids were the product of white collar professionals, and she felt intimidated & perhaps even a little ashamed.
One evening she received a frantic call from a classmate: one of their upstairs bathrooms had a backed up toilet and it's a total disaster, can your dad help? She & her dad went over, and the problem was resolved in less than an hour. As they were walking back to his truck he winked at her and said "That's one dumb fu@%in' lawyer."
She never stressed over her dad's job again.
Pat West says: "Name calling is against the posting rules and should get you kicked off this forum."
When asked point-blank if the edict should apply to him, he lacks the fortitude to answer yes or no. Some might call that hypocrisy. Others might call it cowardice. Others still might say it's a conflation of the two.
Way to back peddle from your impassioned plea that name calling should "get you kicked off this forum." Should your name-calling "get you kicked off this forum"? If not, why?
In that case, you should be kicked off this forum, right Pat? Or are you merely a hypocrite? http://www.steamboattoday.com/news/2014/nov/16/monday-medical-enrollment-underway/#c135284
We have a "growing reputation as a culinary destination"? Who knew?
Those docs are pretty damning. The Wunder's response seems to be 'if you like your vacation plan, you can keep your vacation plan.' It's worked like a charm for Barry, so I suppose we shouldn't blame Andy & Beth for deploying such a successful tactic.
It's a burden I'm happy to bear. Here's a great pressure cooking site: http://www.hippressurecooking.com The baked potato method is the bee's knees.
Not sure I buy into extinction. I and a majority of my friends are enthusiastic home cooks. A couple I know recently decided to revisit their childhoods and went to a chain buffet (Golden Corral?). They posted on their Facebook: "I can't believe we used to eat this $#!+."
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