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Re: Censorship

Posted by B Franklin on August 26, 2001 at 20:00:11:
In Reply to: Re: Oh Boy posted by Webmaster on Aug. 26, 2001 at 18:19:05:

I understand perfectly well. I also understand what you are attempting to do, good sir Webmaster, in keeping the waters of discourse calm but I would like to wade into those waters on the side of Mr Bill and Scott...oh, yes, and factually accurate, but unpopular history. "Choppy waters make for interesting sailing, if you want continuously calm, go sit in a bathtub. - Anon".

I saw nothing wrong with Bill's comments. He merely stated some facts that are often glossed over by many persons in their ruminitions on history. His perspecitive of the events - as they really happened - are not in step with what is considered "Politically Correct", and therefore, not normally espoused without a resulting deluge of rotten tomatoes. So, I say, here, here to Mr Bill for taking the risky and less traveled road that leads to rotten tomatoes. We should all have his passion and courage of his convictions.

Of course, you opinion on what is "inappropriate" will surely rule good Sir Webmaster, as it is - after the day is done - your sandbox, so to speak, and those of us who don't like it can go... pound sand I guess! sorry, I couldn't resist that one

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