A perfect example of stifling.

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A perfect example of stifling.

Post by Guest on Sun Jun 26, 2011 9:34 pm

Good evening Folks.

Well that bit of freedom of debate went well didn't it?

My experiment produced the exact result that I predicted & you all showed yourselves for what you are.


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Re: A perfect example of stifling.

Post by Guest on Mon Jun 27, 2011 7:48 am

You'll have to bring me up to speed here.

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Re: A perfect example of stifling.

Post by Guest on Mon Jun 27, 2011 6:12 pm

shady wrote:Good evening Folks.

Well that bit of freedom of debate went well didn't it?

My experiment produced the exact result that I predicted & you all showed yourselves for what you are.


What's up.....someone try to gag you?

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Re: A perfect example of stifling.

Post by Guest on Mon Jun 27, 2011 8:15 pm

costablanca wrote:

What's up.....someone try to gag you?

Thought that was only on long sea voyages! affraid lol!

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Re: A perfect example of stifling.

Post by Guest on Mon Jun 27, 2011 8:16 pm

costablanca wrote:

What's up.....someone try to gag you?

No, just Shady trying to be disruptive and us trying to make him act like a grown up!

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Re: A perfect example of stifling.

Post by Guest on Tue Jun 28, 2011 9:19 am

sassy1261 wrote:

No, just Shady trying to be disruptive and us trying to make him act like a grown up!

I disagree. He is not being disruptive but has a difference of opinion from others here.

Personally I loves me ole pirate I do. I get his humour but wouldn't the world be a 'orrid place if everyone was the same.

It would look like one of those high streets where every shop is a big brand and all the individual shops have gone. These towns all look the same with their homogenous shops etc.

If shady wants to be a big kid then let him.

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