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: "John Posada" wrote ...
: > At no time was it ever discussed that certain people should be excluded.
: > was discussed. only briefly, that certain discussion styles should not be
: > encouraged to join.
: And then you decided to hold me up as an example. Which is fine, I have
: skin and can take it, but don't act like your some saint, John. You used me
: your "straw man" and I swatted back at you. In the process of telling us how
: objective and civil you are, you were being uncivil and very subjective to
By definition, if he used you as an example of certain behaviors, he is not
creating a "straw man" out of you. You really exist.
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