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Re: Not that anyone gives (or should give) a rip . . .

Communication breakdown is mankind's worst enemy - the more we communicate, the better it is. Love, Peace and Rock'n Roll to you all.

(I may be wrong, but I won't be wrong always..)

Re: Not that anyone gives (or should give) a rip . . .

Led Zep Oct 28'72, one of the best gigs in my life!!!

Re: Not that anyone gives (or should give) a rip . . .

Thanks Don. I give a rip. These issues are both upsetting and confusing to me, to be honest. I'm not going to be long winded - I just want to say I already miss DLM, Laurie and Robin and hope they are just too busy to check in.

Re: Not that anyone gives (or should give) a rip . . .

Toni, you are virtually saint-like - not Saintorum, either - in your patience refereeing this dysfunctional mob. Thanks for caring.

Oh, and just to clarify, the giving a rip was about my opinion, not caring overall.

Being naturally cranky and crabby, I'm probably guiltier than most of being a misguided lout with my spouting off, but I usually know when to quit taking myself seriously and go to my corner for a well needed time-out or nap.

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Re: Not that anyone gives (or should give) a rip . . .

Gee Don, thanks for specifying I'm not like Saintorum. For a second there, I thought I was going to have to jump in the shower.

Ya know, though, we're all guilty of being crabby, being misunderstood, or just plain old being dumb sometimes...aren't friends supposed to get over it?

Re: Not that anyone gives (or should give) a rip . . .

Yes, but unfortunately, when I tell somebody they need to get over it, they never seem to see the wisdom of my point of view . . .

Of course Wagstaff gets over it at the barzeebo - often to the point where he gets under it!

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Re: Not that anyone gives (or should give) a rip . . .

A double Wagstaff and a pint of Reg would bring eternal peace of mind to the board. Bork, bork, bork - the Swedish chef has spoken..

Re: Not that anyone gives (or should give) a rip . . .

Quote: Toni
...Ya know, though, we're all guilty of being crabby, being misunderstood, or just plain old being dumb sometimes...aren't friends supposed to get over it?


Toni, for me the answer is an unequivical "YES"

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Re: Not that anyone gives (or should give) a rip . . .

Thanks for all this, Donno. Yup, yup, and more yup. Except maybe the last point made, as cited here. Gender-based thinking differences are to be cherished when they aren't driving us all nuts. But hey, I'm always up for an adventure. :-)

Quote: Don B.
Just a few words regarding the Roly Poly Chick Post Debate and Sh*te-Sling . . .


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Second, When the mood strikes, nobody is wordier than I, nor sillier - so Laurie, Robin, and anybody else concerned about talking too much "fuggedaboutit!"


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Fourth, if you express yourself, you need to accept the possiblity of critique and have a thick skin to match. .....

...... Yes, sometimes the opposing genders get frustrated with each other, but it has more to do with mindsets than wordiness. Men and women often think differently - it is a part of the great mystery of life and is to be cherished.

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