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Re: Boycott O'Reilly

by Abigail-II (Bishop)
on Jan 22, 2004 at 09:51 UTC ( #323133=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Boycott O'Reilly
in thread Boycott O'Reilly

A previous post of mine mentions the copyright violation. I quoted copyright law and mentioned the book at that time, but I don't want to repeat it.
So, post a frigging reference. Don't assume everyone has read all your previous posts and remembers them.
I'm also against lock picking books being sold to the general public. My point should be obvious and it's pitiful that nobody has supported me.
My god, how utterly naive. Is your real name by any chance George W. Bush? Are you against half of the movies made as well, because it teaches how to use a gun? Are you against books in which a crime is committed? And why are you still on the internet? Don't you know what horrible and dangerous information you can find there? (http://www.peepresearch.org/ and http://www.twinkiesproject.com/, for instance).

I'll probably spread this information around to see how other groups respond.
Let us know when you've found a group that will join you in a book burning event.

Abigail


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Re: Re: Boycott O'Reilly
by liz (Monsignor) on Jan 22, 2004 at 10:11 UTC
    Are you against half of the movies made as well, because it teaches how to use a gun?

    You got that all wrong, Abigail. As a US citizen, you not only have the right to bear arms, you have the moral duty to watch movies teaching you how to use them. ;-)

    Liz

      the right to bear arms

      It's so sad that a typo has so much impact. The intent was that the line in the constitution read the right to arm bears.

      Abigail

        I don't trust bears with guns either. I prefer s/bear arms/bare arms/.
      Bears are near extinction in the U.S. now -- no doubt because so many citizens took advantage of this amendment to the constitution, and bear arms were considered a "gotta have it" commodity.
Re^2: Boycott O'Reilly
by adrianh (Chancellor) on Jan 22, 2004 at 10:18 UTC
    Don't assume everyone has read all your previous posts and remembers them.

    Believe me reading Wassercrats' previous posts doesn't really help any.

    Hmmm... why does the word "troll" suddenly come to mind...

Re: Re: Boycott O'Reilly
by Wassercrats on Jan 22, 2004 at 10:49 UTC
    Are you against half of the movies made as well, because it teaches how to use a gun? Are you against books in which a crime is committed?
    What's with all the questions like that? That has nothing to do with it, but I'm against anything that does more harm than good, and that includes some movies and violent books, especially those that teach violence.
      I'm against anything that does more harm than good
      And you are the judge that decides whether it does more harm than good?

      Abigail

        And you are the judge that decides whether it does more harm than good?
        That's how opinions work. And sit down for this one... I even act on my opinions sometimes.

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